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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5


6th Mar 2014, 11:44 PM

so totally did piss his pants.... Or at least he will on numerous occasions. The first of which will be in the next story arch at the very least.

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7th Mar 2014, 2:47 PM

GM Usopp make a fortitude save vs Disease DC 22

Usopp: Why just me?

GM: Just roll.

Usopp: 18 after modifiers what happens?

GM: You've caught a rare disease called "I cant go on that Island Syndrome" forcing you to do whatever it takes to avoid going onto this island, you'll have to keep making saves with every new Island as well.

Usopp: Why did this guy become a pirate agian?

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Luminous Lead

8th Mar 2014, 3:00 AM
""I cant go on that Island Syndrome" "

Man, I'm definitely going to have to remember that.

Oh well, at least he'll always have Sniper Island.

Wait... if Sniper Island exists in one's heart, then does that make Soge-king a chest-burster?

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8th Mar 2014, 12:26 PM

Only a Metaphorical one I would think. Which would probably imply working in high finance.

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7th Mar 2014, 11:13 PM

Tell a story about a character soiling themselves, and the amusing circumstances surrounding the event.

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Sir Applecore

8th Mar 2014, 3:40 AM

Characters soiling themselves? Has never happened. Never! Where's your proof, huh?! Where's your PROOOOOf?! It's all villianous slander and liiiiiies.

I once had a character that was a Large Ham.(
He was big, loud and unabashed. If you were to combine your mental images of Brian Blessed and "Blackadder"s Flashheart, you wouldn't be far off.

Anyway, he had one flaw, if you would call it that. His irrational fear of Strong Women. Since the game was set in a largely medieva world, he was used to women being subservient and repressed.
A woman who knew what she wanted - whether it was him or not - scared the balls off of him every time, if you pardon my language.

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9th Mar 2014, 7:14 PM
"The tale of Grimlo"

While so far, I've never had a PC soil himself, we once captured a goblin named Grimlo during the first quest of a campaign. He wasn't much used to us tied up, so my wizard drew a tiny mark on his forehead and told him that it was a special variant of the Mark of Justice spell. If he didn't follow our orders, or if the wizard was killed, his head would explode. The rogue spoke goblin so he was the one translating this to the poor sap. The goblin, who we later learned was named Grimlo, soiled himself on the spot, and even fought some of the other goblins for us. He got cut in half, but in the end we enjoyed his antics so much that we named our group the Knights of Grimlo.

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19th Sep 2014, 2:06 PM

Failed a will save against a ghost's scream. My level 1 gnome pooped the whole party's pants.

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9th Mar 2014, 3:22 AM

Out of curiousity, where would one go to find the Straw Hat's character sheets?

As it stands these are what I am figuring for the Flaws that Usopp is struggling with: (in Usopp's case it most likely manifests in Agoraphobia, or the Fear of the World at Large).

Also, I found this really interesting flaw that I think that Nami should totally be suffering from:

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9th Mar 2014, 12:07 PM
"Happened Twice"

Okay as odd as it sounds I know of two stories involving soiling yourself.

First was a ad&d game where the cleric had fallen off a cliff (breaking both his legs) into the middle of a cult that worshiped a group of 3 cannibals that were kept in a hole 20 foot deep by 20 foot wide. The cult attacked him and broke both his arms before throwing him to the cannibals. Having all his limbs broke and about to be eaten he decided to hell with it. He soiled himself and rolled around in a spite driven attempt to ruin the cannibals meal.

And the second story involved an intelligent chimp that was part of the group when we encountered a barrier to stop inorganic matter getting through (no weapons so you had to fight unarmed) when the chimp decided to attack at range. Seeing as only natural substances could get through he did what chimps do and started flinging.

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