Started by Howlando, July 14, 2013, 11:49:43 PM
Quote from: Easy To RememberI miss back when Ordo Arcanum was trying to buy all the Wizards In A Bottle, planning to release them at the Wizard Warrens as if they were wild animals to be relocated to a proper habitat.
Quote from: RwG@Easy To Remember that's actuallya fucking hilarious and legit goaltbhA++
Quote from: ShadowCharlesTiny wizard conclave...It makes me want to promise something awesome to someone who can collect like 100
Quote from: IronsideThat's such a good planWhy didn't it go through
Quote from: ShadowCharlesIronside will DM itif you gather 50he just promised me
Quote from: Ironsideall you had to say to me was "tiny wizard wars"gather 35 and pm me on discord
Quote from: ShadowCharleswow, this is truly happeningthe enchantment of small meadows is strong indeed
Quote from: Aethereal(that was a joke in poor taste, so I removed it - I won't dip into that pool of darkness)
Quote from: NoobMaster69Pool of Darkness is a good name for a band
Quote from: biobio :eggplant:@NoobMaster69 next group concept after our next one?all bardstouring the rings
Quote from: AetherealThat sounds epic.You need groupies too.
Quote from: NoobMaster69YesI look forward to this gnomish screemo bard band that we've just agreed on
Quote from: biobio :eggplant:yeswe need a tieflingto be full on metal
Quote from: AetherealVampire-wannabe for some emo vibes.
Quote from: AetherealThe stancebreach as an anti-elf counter is a bit of an inspiration actually. Even though it was clearly then an exploit of mechanics, the idea of a PC being dedicated to developing some kind of counter or bane of a whole population is an awesome concept. To come up with a new elf-breach, but actually earn it IG. Solid character goal.
Quote from: ShadowCharlatanhappy to give anti elf loot out to elf hatersor halflingsor GNOMES
Quote from: SqtCommander|MouthofTheGodsI carried around the "Goblin Dung" item to put in the mouth of defeated PC's
Quote from: Poolthat is absolutely disgusting.
Quote from: SqtCommander|MouthofTheGodsI don't need no looting, in fact, have NEW loot
Quote from: PoolI am impressed but genuinely what the fuck.
Quote from: SqtCommander|MouthofTheGodsHey, I risked death, I had to have some reward that wasn't potionsSo my enemies got poop mouth
Quote from: Pooland your reward was shitting in peoples' mouths?!
Quote from: SqtCommander|MouthofTheGodsNah, it was old dootie
Quote from: Poolnani the fuck, yo.
Quote from: SemI had a dream that I slept in a reclinerand then someone took my reclinerGod I was so angryI want my damn recliner
Quote from: CatHow comfy was it?
Quote from: SemIt was leather so likeit wasn't super comfy but it kept me cool
Quote from: CatEw those make you sweaty
Quote from: SemIdk what to tell you
Quote from: EtR (Nap)I'm glad a dream person took your sweaty recliner.
Quote from: SemnapI'm not sorry I killed u anymore
Quote from: EtR (Nap)I didn't mean it. I was just lashing out.
Quote from: Semit's ok I was tooI take it back.
Quote from: EtR (Nap)Alright, good.Me too.
Quote from: AetherealDoes anyone else find that exchange between Nap and Sem hilarious.? Or is it just me?The dream recliner part also helps the build up.
Quote from: EtR (Nap)I was jealous of his recliner dream. I only ever have dreams of being phantasmal killer-d suddenly anymore.
Quote from: StrangerI actually fully explored Gorbengolt's backstory across countless psychadelic quests. I participated in the original Spellguard experiments that mutated him, contained him, and deployed him against extremely unlucky citizens. I encountered "Chequon" and its mystical "Red Tide" which could fill a supplicant with unfathomable rage. Chequon, of course, being a villain from Gorbengolt's prequel story before coming to Sanctuary. But it would only be toward the end of Gorbengolt's long journey that we would finally rescue his son from the villainous clutches of Chequon. However, the Spellguard's substance implants had mutated him so severely at that point that he was unable to hold the boy in his hands. He wept as we brought the child to the orphanage controlled by the very wizards who ruined his life. And then he killed himself.
Quote from: EtR (Nap)I actually fully explored Stranger's backstory across countless psychadelic retcons. I participated in the original DM experiments that mutated him, contained him, and deployed him against extremely unlucky players. I encountered "Adrian" and its mystical "Velstran Harem" which could fill a player with unfathomable rage. Adrian, of course, being a villain from Stranger's .txt file of overpowered bard/fighter builds. But it would only be toward the end of Adrian's long journey that Stranger would finally rescue his favored status from the villainous clutches of DrD's tell-all post. However, the DM's pvp karma implants had mutated him so severely at that point that he was unable to hold the level 10 character in his hands. He wept as Adrian's corpse fell to the fugue, killer controlled by the very DMs who ruined his life. And then he banned himself.