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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5


21st Oct 2016, 1:07 AM

Thank you for this week!

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21st Oct 2016, 1:24 AM
"Tell a Story: I'm Pinned Down!"

Cover is your friend. Cover is important. And sometimes, Cover is the only thing you have going for you.

Share a story about a time you were gripping onto cover to save your life. Stealth wise, gun fire wise, hurricane force winds, whatever.

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21st Oct 2016, 1:42 PM

RPGA group playing a Dragonstar mod, our first level party was pinned down by a machine-gun bunker. Took it out with True Strike on a hand grenade.

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21st Oct 2016, 3:31 PM
"stand behind Lug-nuh"

so we were trying to leave town, the army and the rebels were in full conflict, five riflemen found the party and opened fire missing the first round. I, Lug-nuh, lvl 10 iron-hulk barbarian in full-plate called for the party to hide behind my mighty girth(note that the rifles did 8d6 dmg and most of the party was at half health) so the mage,thief,and ranger clung to my back as I walked them out of town. it took 9 turns to leave line of site.

later our dm let me know that the riflemen had no chance to beat my ac. the next gunman we men was wielding a light handcannon.

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21st Oct 2016, 10:53 AM
"Running for cover"

Running for cover along with another player. He was warrior dwarf and me a human paladin. We are surrounded by enemies and try to regroup with the party in an abandoned building. No doors close, arrows flying everywhere but there is a window, im in horse and my friend was closer to the building so I grab him while riding and manage to throw him though the window (still not sure how it could have worked, but our DM liked how we always improvised so let it work), the I proced to try to jump while still in my horse...then the Dm decided to roll if the window was big enough for both horse and rider.....which wasnt the case....the horse managed to enter just to fall on the dwarf who was still getting up....and I ended surrouded by enemies laughing their asses off....ah memories.....

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15th Nov 2017, 5:00 PM

remind me of a rogue. alone in the enemy lair, instead of waiting for the rest of the party to come, she decide to take out all the mook on by one. stealth, manage to separate one of the mook from the rest, and kill him.
The GM found so much the idea of the whole situation turning in some sort of slasher movie with the rogue as the killer and the mook as the victim that he did'nt have any of the more dangerous vilain show up before the party was reunited and had killed the few remaining mook.

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