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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5


4th Nov 2016, 1:34 AM
"Tell a Story: And knowing's half the battle!"

People often learn through mistakes. Players often learn through painful mistakes.

Share a story about a time someone at your table got royally screwed over, but something valuable was learned.

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4th Nov 2016, 5:47 AM

Player: "Well, behind the front door side there is a hoard of zombies and demons, let's take the back door."
DM: "You hear something move behind the door."
Player: "I'll go trough the back door anyway, but ready my weapons."

*gets attacked by a very angry tentacle monster*
*the rest of the group just barely rescues him in the nick of time*

Player: "Let's go trough the front door. I rather fight a whole hoard of zombies then another one of those guys"
Rest of the group: "Agreed"

Morale of the story: Never argue with the DM when he says this police station doesn't have a back door. Even when you know that the a good police station should have a safety exit. Even if it's nonsensical that a police station doesn't have a back entrance. Just... roll with it and take the front door, for the love of dice.

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4th Nov 2016, 8:26 AM
"Worst move ever"

In a homebrew game, I was fighting a vampire, which was already killing me. Of course, being primarily a spellcaster, I attempt to cast a healing spell on myself.
"Fun" fact I wasn't aware of: vampires get an attack of opportunity when a spell is cast.
Worse: they can pair it with teleportation for a free backstab.
Had I not been playing the tankiest race in the game, that would have instantly killed me. I never cast a spell again near one of those.

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Will Alderlead

4th Nov 2016, 8:47 AM

With a decent charisma, one can pretend gnomes are babies, and feed them to a monster for gold.

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4th Nov 2016, 3:50 PM

Doesn't everyone get an AoO when a spell is cast by their opponent?

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4th Nov 2016, 4:15 PM

well, he said it was a homebrew game, might not have been dnd?

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4th Nov 2016, 4:19 PM
"Scene Inconsistency?"

So in the first panel, we can see that Kuroobi doesn't have anything on his feet, but in the fourth panel, he's wearing sandals. I just rewatched the scene and he definitely had sandals on when he got out of the water, so it's not as though they came off during the fight. Can anyone more familiar explain this?

(DT, I'm not questioning your frame selection; you do great work.)

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5th Nov 2016, 4:42 AM

Well, clearly the water bend the light around the sandals in the first frame, making it look like he isn't wearing anything, but later we see them from other angles where this doesn't happen, making us able to see the sandals.

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5th Nov 2016, 1:49 PM

Clearly, DT,edited them out to see if anybody would notice.

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6th Nov 2016, 1:54 PM
""How the Rogue died at Lv 1""

So, starting a new character. We have to fight goblins. Goblins are hiding around the counter and I peek around the corner for a split-second. Get no-save grabbed and dragged down into the basement and caged next to a... which petrifyer turns you to stone on sight? Anyway, rest of the party gets downstairs and they fight off the goblins who blow themselves up cuz dm's getting bad rolls. Eventually, the monster gets out of its cage and we have to kill it. My character doesn't disengage, and the monster kills me by biting my head off (I dropped to -10 hp from the bite). From then on, I've disengaged before moving away from an enemy. ALWAYS.

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15th Nov 2017, 5:30 PM

Was there another character who used their hair to pull on the oponent?
Sandersonia, maybe? i know her and her sister where able to use their hair to fight, but i don't remember if they grabbed someone with it.

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