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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5


4th Nov 2015, 12:26 AM

Every now and then there's just that one character you love to play/voice act, tell a story about that character.

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4th Nov 2015, 5:18 AM

The principals secretary(The principal is Santa Claus and the secretary is Krampus)
She affected a at the end of every sentence a sound like this, *mwahne*
Because unlike her husband she pretends to be a person you do not wish to spend time with to hide well the principal is Sam Axe... yes Santa Claus like Sam Axe.

Also creepy children and children in general

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4th Nov 2015, 10:44 AM

My DM likes to make his npcs sound like frat boys. Zombies, guards, sailors - they're all in a giant fraternity.

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4th Nov 2015, 11:44 AM

Are you sure your DM isn't a frat boy himself? :D

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4th Nov 2015, 1:10 PM

I did have an adventure with "The living Gnome" once. They quickly learned to fear the squeaky "Imma gitcha!"

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The Chessmaster

The Chessmaster

5th Nov 2015, 2:55 PM

I once voiced the evil chef in a manor run by a power-crazed duke. This chef was a vampire, and tended to say things like, "the secret ingredient is pure, unbridled contempt for olive oil."

I loved to voice them, but the party hardly interacted with them. The closest thing they got to an extended discussion was when the party's cleric suggested adding garlic to the dish, and the sorcerer had to talk the situation down.

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5th Nov 2015, 8:29 PM

I once had the mayor of a small town who I had speak like Boss Hog. It was glorious.

He wasn't actually a money-grubbing jerk, but doing that sort of over-self-inflated southern blowhard in a position of relative authority was fantastically fun.

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26th Aug 2017, 7:42 PM

i like to act ludicrousely Hammy Character. Who speak LOUD ! With Great Gesture ! Puting Much Grandiloquence in The Speach.

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4th Nov 2015, 1:25 PM

Phil is so effing ready to kick some ass. Too bad Usopp has a spotty battle record XD

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4th Nov 2015, 7:10 PM

I don't know if it's coincidence or not, but I think it's interesting that DM started helping GM during the Arlong arc. General consensus is that One Piece really came into its own during that time, and the uptick in story quality could be explained on a more meta level by having a more experienced GM helping out a newbie.

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TippyToe Zombie

4th Nov 2015, 9:40 PM

I am Namuras Headtrip. I am a halfling Warlock/Cleric whose warlock powers and cleric powers both come from the same source... The Dungeon Master. I love electrum, I dislike Humans and I'm Stalking one of the other members of the Party, a fellow Halfling named Lyle Tealeaf. If you don't know me you love me, and if you do know me... you hate me. That's how things work with me. (Now to talk out of character) Namuras is an insane Albino who I accidentally made gay and then decided to just roll with it. He's been homeless since his parents were killed in front of him when he was a child. When someone accuses him of being insane he claims not to be and tells the man he's stalking to back him up on that. He's quite fun to play as.

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Roscoe Wrongrighter

7th Nov 2015, 1:11 PM

There's one character above all my others I love to voice, even though doing so kills my vocal chords. He's an NPC villain, and was a long-running The Dragon to one campaign's Big Bad, before pulling a return-from-the-dead to possess the Big Bad once he'd gotten his full eeeeeeeevil power. Sadist, torturer, cannibal, insane and loving it, rapist, child molester... everything bad I could think of tossed into a single crazy-as-hell bad guy who KNOWS he's bad and gets off on BEING bad, especially if he can be gruesome at the same time. The ultimate manifestation of Chaotic Evil, with a penchant for singing TV theme songs and dancing mid-battle, which he could do because he wasn't statted until his last two appearances, allowing me to use him as an Unwinnable Boss Fight for plot raisins.

He had a name, which I won't reveal here in case any of my old players read this comic. But he also had several "titles" earned via reputation, one of which I will reveal: the Red Jackal.

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