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    627 KB Sandwich & the adoptee party Slow Drawfag 11/05/10(Fri)16:05 No.12690699  
    Greetings, /tg/. Took me a while, but I got some more done.

    For those wondering what this is about, the original thread can be found here:

    http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/12602546/
    >> Slow Drawfag 11/05/10(Fri)16:06 No.12690708
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    >> Slow Drawfag 11/05/10(Fri)16:06 No.12690713
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    >> Slow Drawfag 11/05/10(Fri)16:07 No.12690722
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    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)16:07 No.12690727
    I liked this better before it became a fetish.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)16:07 No.12690729
    Being raised by orcs does not give you tusks.

    Captcha: given Hotfun

    no thank you.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)16:07 No.12690731
    >>12690699
    >first glance at pic only
    >marysues everywhere
    >read post
    >goodshow/tg/.jpg
    >> Slow Drawfag 11/05/10(Fri)16:07 No.12690732
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    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)16:08 No.12690736
    >>12690699

    I wish to fuck Violet so hard.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)16:08 No.12690739
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    I approve of this drawfaggotry.

    >logically kindly

    I think Captcha is smitten Miss Vanthais :3
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)16:09 No.12690741
    >>12690729
    She had her teeth replaced, IIRC. The initial character was pretty good. Resulting storm of shit, not so much.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)16:09 No.12690746
    >>12690729
    Cosmetic dentistry does. Read the thread.
    >> Slow Drawfag 11/05/10(Fri)16:11 No.12690764
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    >>12690729

    You, sir, are completely right. Reading the original thread might provide other reasons, though...


    ...anyway, that's what I've got.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)16:11 No.12690768
    >>12690727
    >implying it's a fetish and not merely an AWESOME THING.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)16:12 No.12690785
    >>12690768
    Yeah, if it was a fetish there'd be an elf raised by a naga, an elf raised by sexy dragonborns, an elf raised by a thri-kreen...

    Well, I guess not the thri-kreen one, for obvious reasons. Still, the point stands.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)16:13 No.12690788
    >>12690768
    >>12690736
    >>12690739
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)16:14 No.12690797
    >>12690699
    That party needs a controller.

    (TOO BAD THERE'S ONLY ONE TO CHOOSE FROM FOR EVERY NINETEEN STRIKERS, WIZARDS.)
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)16:15 No.12690811
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    >>12690788
    >I find this character attractive
    >THIS IS MY FETISH
    >> BLARGH!!! 11/05/10(Fri)16:16 No.12690826
    >>12690797
    No.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)16:16 No.12690830
    >>12690797
    The only wizard mentioned last thread was:

    >A dwarven wizard who dual-wields wands.

    >Tordek Grimbeard.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)16:19 No.12690863
    >>12690830
    Too dorfy. If he's an adoptee then he'd have to be raised by eladrin or something, a sober, soft-spoken and clean-shaved fellow who brushes his golden hair twice daily to retain its brilliant sheen.

    Also, he'd use an orb, because wands are so... plebeian.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)16:22 No.12690911
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    >>12690830
    >>12690863
    >dwarf
    >clean-shaven

    Fuck your shit.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)16:27 No.12690971
    >>12690863
    I approve of Eladorf.

    >and gratuffi

    And... gratuffi, I suppose, Captcha?
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)16:35 No.12691050
    >>12690830
    A dorf among elves makes him look out of place.
    Which, in this case, might be just the thing we are looking for. I'm partial towards the clean shave, because that's just wrong... but again, given the other characters, and imagining Sandwich's reaction...

    As a sidenote: I thought Sandwich had more braids? She reminds me of griffith in these pics for some reason. Also, I love Keekee's backstory, or at least the way it was delivered in the previous thread.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)16:35 No.12691056
    >>12690863
    Dwarves can't be clean shaven, because their beards are vital organs.
    They have blood vessels in them.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)16:39 No.12691098
    >>12691056
    Made me choke from laughing, you bastard. This is now canon for every game I ever run, and every dorf I ever play, even if it's someone else's game.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)16:40 No.12691114
    Wouldn't Sandwich be the default party leader being the paladin and all?

    Also, I like the idea of a duel-wielding dwarven wizard.

    Could we challenge his dorfy blood with having him be cultured and gentlemanly to clash with Sandwich's upbringing? A dwarf who admires and desires all things elven - which is why he's in the party in the first place as a 'scholar' who would like nothing better but to teach these wayward elves how to be an elf.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)16:44 No.12691151
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    >Sanvich
    >Hair not henna-dyed
    >whatisthisfaggotry.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)16:49 No.12691209
    >>12690863

    So basically a clean-shaven, well-mannered and well-spoken dwarf who studies or teaches at an elven-dominated arcane university or something. He finds the girls as odd curiosities that must be studied and educated back into elven civilization, and he's convinced this will make him famous/grant him tenure at the academy where actual elven wizards give him the cold shoulder despite his best attempts to out-wizard them.

    He'd be heavily involved in trying to teach the barbarian, cleric and rogue about elven custom, tradition and glory while getting into arguments with Sandwich at the drop of a hat. He'd be extremely cautious around the drow while sometimes feeling insecure due to her dorfy nature reflecting against his lack thereof, and Sandwich would be extremely prickly with him due to her history with snooty elves looking down on her drow-birth and her own belief on how a dwarf should act thanks to her upbringing.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)16:51 No.12691231
    >>12691114
    I think that would work, though I'm not too sure on how the dual-wielding wands fits in. Maybe it's because I've first seen it in Penny Arcade, but I seem to associate dual-wielding wands with some kind of action-hero wizard who is so full of himself.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)16:51 No.12691233
    >>12691151

    I think a writefag explained how her hair growing would constantly make dying look bad when she was young after a few days/weeks.

    Personally, I don't see why she wouldn't get back into dying her hair red, especially after the first few weeks on her quest as she feels more and more homesick.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)16:52 No.12691254
    >>12691231

    I say he'd pick wands as any proper elven wizard would use, but his suppressed dwarven instincts naturally drew him to the idea that two wands are more efficient and better.
    >> Slow Drawfag 11/05/10(Fri)16:58 No.12691307
    >>12691050

    Just my interpretation of her. Had her hair drawn before I thought of looking for reference...

    >>12691151

    Ah, yes, I remember reading that. All pictures I fou
    nd of Sandwich seem to depict her with white hair, though...
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)17:03 No.12691367
    >>12691307

    This is because the red hair was a one-off thing, a cute anecdote from her childhood. It wasn't carried on through her teen years or training years.

    Still, I think she'd probably pick up the habit once again out on the road, getting hounded on and on about how she's a Drow any time her helmet comes off.

    I'm sure Violet, unless she's a natural orange/red-head, would help her out with professional tips.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)17:03 No.12691368
    Quick people, to 1d4chan! We must place this glorious images on Sandwich Stoutaxe page!
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)17:14 No.12691475
    >>12691368
    the other three need pagework too... they're a team, after all.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)17:15 No.12691486
    and speaking of needed things, this needs archival.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)17:22 No.12691564
    >>12691486
    Too soon, let's get some more content first I say.

    Any objections to the eloquent dwarf wizard? Consensus on name and character?

    Are there any other suggestions for interesting characters for this party? I'm fond of the 5-man-band, but I won't think twice about 6 or 7 to be honest. I like the dwarf at the moment due to the potential conflict/synergy with the original lynchpin Sandwich.

    Also, ideas on stories and quests? Elaboration on the other characters?
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)17:27 No.12691611
    Guys, what's the natural meeting point of a dwarven beard and a clean-shaven elf? A moustache. Our dwarf should have an extremely well-kept and elaborate moustache. A moustache so elaborate that an ignorant person might even mistake it for a small beard. They would, of course, be in error.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)17:27 No.12691615
    >>12690713
    HNNNNNG
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)17:37 No.12691739
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    >>12691611
    BRILLIANT!
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)17:37 No.12691740
    >>12691611
    THIS. My god, this. He should have a big handlebar mustache.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)17:39 No.12691763
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    >>12691740
    ??
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)17:42 No.12691787
    >>12690699

    Man, this stuff is awesome. Do you have a devart page or something similar?
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)17:42 No.12691788
    >>12691564
    Prinugulus Stonemight, Vassal of Lightbrand, with Stonemight being his "dwarven" name (given by elves as a mockery but eventually sticking because it's not bad at all), and Lightbrand being the surname of the elven family who adopted him.

    He's pretty much a British gentleman dwarf, especially with the whole moustache thing that >>12691611 has going on.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)17:44 No.12691823
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    >>12691788
    >Prinugulus
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)17:49 No.12691871
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    Okay, okay, everybody. >>12690863 here. I've turned this guy into a secondary character for my DM's current campaign. (We're lacking a person who's not retarded and knows Arcana.)

    His name is Belethil Lomion, which is Quenya (Tolkein elf language) for "Divine Radiance, Son of the Twilight." He uses a tome (of Binding, summoner wizard) and is obsessively clean. Nine times out of ten, when he casts Prestidigitation, it's to clean something or someone (usually himself), and he's memorized the Fastidiousness ritual, which prevents a person, object, or area from becoming soiled.

    He has platinum blonde hair and keeps himself clean-shaven at all times, and in the tradition of miss Goldtusk up there has had his ears altered to be pointy. In fact, he keeps himself free of any and all body hair. It's not a matter of wanting to be an eladrin or anything like that, it's simple fashion.

    This is my character portrait.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)17:56 No.12691933
    How about we dump all but Sandwhich and Goldentusk then add in some other races. Like Half-Orc raised by Eladrin, or Dwarf raised amongst Humans so he's always tinkering with something, loud, and generally obnoxious.
    Then have your run the mill "Human".
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)17:59 No.12691963
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    mfw people take decent /tg/ OC and run it into the ground with waifu bullshit.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)18:04 No.12692011
    >>12691963
    >>waifu bullshit

    >>thread spent on mustachioed dwarf gentleman wizard dual wielding wands.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)18:04 No.12692019
    >>12691871
    This is acceptable.

    >>12691933
    This should be shot out of a cannon.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)18:05 No.12692026
    Hey, do you guys remember Pally-dude and drow chan, didn't they team up with Sandwhich?
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)18:06 No.12692030
    >>12692026
    They were killed by Intellect Devourers.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)18:09 No.12692060
    >>12692030
    WHAT?! When did that happen?
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)18:10 No.12692069
    >>12692060
    When you weren't looking. It's all your fault, you bastard.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)18:16 No.12692128
    >>12692060
    >>12692030
    >>12692069
    I don't think they were killed- Sandwhich helped them infiltrate a bunch of drow Exodites. Then the three stopped a ritual to summon some manner of eldritch abonimations
    It used to be on sup.tg. but I couldn't find it recently
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)18:17 No.12692144
    I think we need some more guys in this group. You know, to avoid accusations that this is some kind of fap fodder.

    How about a Goblin raised by Humans to go along with the Elf Dwarf.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)18:21 No.12692187
    >>12692144
    but then we loose the theme of Elfs!
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)18:22 No.12692199
    >>12692144
    add one guy among a bunch of girls, and it turns into fap-fodder because then /tg/ wants to be the guy and lay all the girls. Think "harem anime" stuff.

    keep it girls only and it's just awesome because GIRL POWER and such. Think "Sailor Moon" here.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)18:27 No.12692251
    >>12692019
    I only wanted it to be acceptable. Moustache wizard is better for the theme of OP's pic.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)18:29 No.12692266
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    They will always live on in our hearts ;-;
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)18:30 No.12692284
    >>12692199
    Two guys among four girls is acceptable, surely? Then we lose both problems, no harem shit but no accusation that it's just fap fodder. Right? Dwarf raised by Elves and Male Elf raised among Humans.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)18:34 No.12692326
    >>12692266
    I was just making up that they were killed, bro.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)18:34 No.12692328
    >>12692284
    >elf raised by humans

    nah. too much like a book-standard half-elf.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)18:36 No.12692343
    >>12692266
    Hey, bro, the other guy was just yanking your chain. Drow-chan and pally dude never died.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)18:37 No.12692350
    >>12692328
    Tiefling? Gnome? Would either of those be usable?
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)18:40 No.12692381
    >>12692350
    nope. breaks the "elf" theme. lets just stick with the elf-raised dwarf and the girls for now. He can be the hapless sidekick.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)18:41 No.12692390
    >>12692381
    No, you misunderstand, a male Elf raised by a Gnome or Tiefling society. It keeps the elf theme. It'd be nice to have a guy elf there.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)18:44 No.12692420
    >>12692390
    Tieflings don't have societies in most versions, best not to cement the "Edition."

    And nobody likes gnomes.

    Snblerfin are pretty cool though.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)18:46 No.12692445
    >>12692420
    >Snblerfin
    What?
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)18:48 No.12692458
    >>12692445
    aka "Deep Gnomes."
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)18:49 No.12692473
    >>12692445
    >>12692458
    Yeah that kinda meshes a bit too well with dwarves and Drow though.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)18:52 No.12692496
    >>12692445
    Svirfneblin
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)18:53 No.12692505
    >>12692458
    Eh... I'm not sure if an Elf raised by Deep Gnomes would be too different from Sandwich. There's that whole telepathy thing that could be played upon, imagine if everyone around you had that ability but you didn't.

    An idea occured to me. How about a warrior Elf male raised by Giants? That has the potential to be really cute. TIny Elf Man warrior fighting alongside giants.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)18:57 No.12692563
    >>12692505
    >warrior elf male raised by giants

    how, aside of gender, could that really be too different from Goldentusk?
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)18:57 No.12692564
    >>12692505
    That idea has potential- though we'll have to separtate it from the "raised by savage" themes we've already got going with Goldentusk
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)18:59 No.12692582
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    >>12692199
    Actually I think it's fine as is, three odd elves and one gentlemanly dwarf. It's not exactly fap-fodder because, for whatever reason, dwarves aren't sexualized that much (Dwarven males, that is, don't think I forget all our dorfen women threads)

    Also, a dwarf, no matter how gentlemanly, elven or Fabio, sticks out like a sore thumb among three elves no matter how strangely they were raised.

    I'm all for the dwarf with an even more exaggerated moustache than this >>12691763
    Give him a tophat too or whatever, a monocle and a cup of tea... or will that be too british as opposed to high elven/eladrin?

    pic is what just shot into my mind while typing.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)19:02 No.12692614
    >>12692582
    who says eladrin can't be british?
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)19:03 No.12692630
    I think three elfs and the male dwarf should be fine.
    any more additions would make the party too cluttered
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)19:03 No.12692636
    >>12692563
    Because while they both have that sort of savages angle, the size difference could be played up on this. Imagine if you were raised by a people incrediblly taller. Imagine growing up as a kid, being the size of a toy in comparisson to other kids. I just find the image of a tiny elf warrior fighting alongside giants funny.

    Imagine trying to get a girlfriend in those sort of situations. With the stereotypical role of a strong male in tribal societies, and being that size in comparisson... it could be fun to play around with.

    If you feel some more flavour is necessary, we could use a specific type of giant. A Fire Giant, very military orientated, very strict and orderly and with all the invonveniences of being surrounded by Fire Giants.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)19:07 No.12692666
    >>12692582
    I'm debating whether making the dwarf a older (read 200 years older) gentleman would increase or decrease the fap fodder level. While on the one hand you have they very Buffy-verse Giles trying to keep a handle on a few out of control youngsters, you also then run the risk of making the girls seem younger, introducing the whole loli-angle..
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)19:07 No.12692668
    I don't get it. Why did we need to turn this into some Sailer Moon / harem / waifu shitfest? Why do we need a rainbow of "race x raised by race y" characters?

    Sandvich was interesting, original, and clever with room to explore and expand. This is basically Primarch's Daughters 2: Fantasy Waifu Boogaloo.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)19:07 No.12692672
    >>12692636
    I know what you're saying, but I don't think he'd fit into the party. Right now each member is kind of reflective of an inverse of a trope associated with elves-
    being taller then other people doesn't really have that much to do with elves
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)19:09 No.12692688
    >>12692672
    Elf with an inferiority complex? I'd imagine being surrounded by giants might do that to you. Elves often have superiority complex.

    An Elf who's really, really insecure about himself because he's failed in a lot of things Giants find important (he's not as stong, tall, might, brave, etc). Maybe he runs away because of this and joins the party?

    Eh, it's just an idea I had from a funny image in my head. If it really doesn't fit then just Dwarf Elf will probablly be fine.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)19:18 No.12692747
    /tg/ as much as I enjoy watching you flesh out these guys, what, if anything do you plan on doing with the party?
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)19:20 No.12692764
    >>12692747
    Picking out their favorite and masturbating either to them or to the thought of being them.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)19:23 No.12692787
    >>12692747
    ... goddamn that question. Every once in a while when I'm brainstorming for interesting characters and flesh them out, stat them, build them, illustrate them... I realise I don't even have a gaming group to play them in.

    But I suppose they can be statted and offered to groups as a roleplaying challenge or something along those lines. I might just play this party in IWD2 since I can't ever agree on a custom or prebuilt party myself.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)19:24 No.12692802
    >>12692787
    Hey, if you want, maybe we can find an online group and play the entire group out together?
    Whoever contributes the most to a character gets to play him or her!
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)19:28 No.12692830
    >>12692630

    Right now we've 5 for the five-man-band, so I think we're good. With a paladin, barbarian, cleric, rogue and wizard we're covered well enough with the standard niche class types.

    At the same time, we've a healthy mix of normally inform elves from various backgrounds that give very distinct personalities - and each would have great synergy with the other members of the party. Professor Dwarf makes it perfect I think (unless someone disagrees and wants an all female/elf party and demands a standard female elven wizard).

    Sandwich is a dorfy paladin on a quest from her dwarven god. She's the idealistic heroine that tries to get everyone moving to her pace thanks to a combination of lawful good self-righteousness and dwarf bombast.

    Goldentusk joins Sandwich and her quest to complete a mutually beneficial objective for more personal, emotional reasons. She'll likely clash constantly with Sandwich for team-leader position.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)19:29 No.12692838
    >>12692830


    Violet is team mom if she ever musters the courage to speak above everyone else's chatter. She follows the group out of hope for friendship with the first pointy eared girls her age and height and wants to fit in well with both the paladin and barbarian.

    Keekee is caught trying to steal from them but stays for the chance at finding greater loot than she could hope to see on her own. She's always looking to steal Goldentusk's jewelry, Sandy's armor, Violet's glasses, or anything else that catches her eye. She latches onto a quiet Violet as she confuses her less confrontational objections to her pilfering for being super friendly and not mean like the other two who are always watching.

    Professor Dwarf can't get enough of them both for his research and study on elves and for his ego in thinking he could tame and re-educate all four into proper elven ladies, becoming famous for his work in the process. Beyond the whole Drow thing, he takes issue with Sandwich and her dwarf nature that goes against his rejection of his own heritage. Goldentusk's utter barbarity offends his well-mannered lifestyle. He dotes on Violet as a sort of star-pupil on scholarship from an unfortunate upbringing due to her love of reading, and Keekee makes him almost catatonic with her disregard of cleanliness and love of touching all of his meticulously cleaned, shiny possessions.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)19:32 No.12692868
    >>12692747

    Nothing, as I don't have a party to play this with.

    But like Slow Drawfag, I have new inspiration in the next thing I want to start drawfagging.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)19:33 No.12692887
    >>12692830
    >>12692838
    Brilliant. I love it.

    And by the way, while it's obvious Sandwich is a Drow, the others aren't exactly clear on what sort of elf they are... but I think I've worked it out.

    Goldentusk is a High Elf
    Violet is a Wood Elf
    Keekee is a Wild Elf

    ...that sound about right to you guys?
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)19:36 No.12692925
    >>12692830
    >>12692838
    Yesss, I like it!
    Especially the my fair lady vibe, we're getting
    Heh, If I remember right, Violet is also trying to civilize Keke as well, or at the very least teach her that taking things without asking is wrong, and that it's considred impolite to gnaw on others as a form of greeting.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)19:40 No.12692959
    >>12692887
    Sounds good to me
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)19:44 No.12693002
    >>12692925
    >impolite to gnaw on others as greeting

    Dammit, I just pictured the Austin Powers "No, Minime, we do not gnaw on our kitty" scene with Violet and Keekee and a rather annoyed Goldentusk trying to keep from bashing Kee's face in as the rogue happily chews on one of her braids.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)19:45 No.12693014
    >>12692925
    Hm... Keekee might be in danger of stepping into kender territory. Anything to make her more koboldish?
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)19:48 No.12693038
    >>12692925
    >gnaw on others as a form of greeting.
    Oh no. Oh dear god. Why didn't I see it before?

    These...these are motherfucking moeblobs. Why, /tg/? Why?
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)19:49 No.12693044
    Keekee:

    To Sandwich she is the 'racial' rival that just annoys her to no end, though she feels its her duty to educate her on her wrongs and try to guide her to more productive pilfering. She keeps her happy by tossing a random dwarf-forge trinket her way from time to time.

    To Goldentusk she's the scrappy little sister she's never had, delightfully feral and not afraid of getting dirty like the others - she feels sorry for her being so frail and flimsy though, so Goldentusk feels obligated to watch out for her.

    To Violet she's a playful, hyperactive chatterbox that would probably turn out alright if she just had some good old-fashioned halfling cooking and a caretaker to keep her from hurting herself too much. She spends a lot of time constantly healing Keekee's nicks and scratches due to the girl's lack of concern of obstacles and dangers in between her and the next shiny trinket in the distance.

    To Professor Dwarf she's plague manifest in an urchin's body, and like a child discovered in the woods he sees it as his duty to teach her everything there is to know about being an elf from step 1, starting with hygiene. She provides him enough material for more than two chapters on the proven theoretical limits of elven survival when debased to the lowest form of subsistence, and he considers passing her off as a potential missing-link between elf and kobold if his initial thesis gets rejected by the academy.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)19:53 No.12693077
    Rather obviously, his name is not actually "Professor Dwarf", but rather some ridiculously elfy name with extraneous vowels and/or apostrophes. They just either never could, or never tried to, pronounce it properly, so they just call him "Professor" - except Keekee, who just calls him "Dwarf" because she finds it hilarious the way he gets ruffled up when she does so.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)19:53 No.12693081
    >>12693014
    What traits are Koboldish?
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)19:55 No.12693100
    >>12693081
    Traps.

    Traps everywhere.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)19:55 No.12693104
    >>12693081
    theivery, fascination with traps, biting people, and dragon admiration.

    So basicall, swap out the current kenderish "ooh, shiny!" with "ooh, dragon!"
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)19:55 No.12693106
    >>12693044
    >>12693077
    YESSS
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)19:55 No.12693108
    keekee needs to be a bit more devious, to reflect her kobold upbringing
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)19:59 No.12693146
    >>12693044
    we need more posts like this, for the others, including the Professor.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)20:03 No.12693182
    >>12693044
    >missing-link between elf and kobold
    my god...
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)20:10 No.12693238
    Violet:

    To Sandwich she's her new best friend, a girl that grew up with roughly the same sort of issues and life hiccups as her, and she's a good-at-heart cleric to boot. She thinks her the only sane if soft party member and constantly asks her for her agreement on all arguments (most times she doesn't bother to wait for an answer and assumes a yes). Also, she constantly fights an all-conquering urge to braid Violet's red hair, but can't muster the courage to admit it. Violet, though, has no problem helping Sandwich dye her white hair reddish to remind her of her proud clan.

    Goldentusk appreciates the healing, but can't help but think Violet is the one most in need of it being so pale, flabby and sickly looking compared to the rough-and-tumble Keekee and lady-of-war Sandwich. She thinks, like everyone else, that Violet's a good listener and doesn't think it strange to tell the poor girl her life as a once-married orc bride with children - the halfling-elf is always left in shock.

    Professor Dwarf think her his most promising, most civilized student of the group. He sees her as an earnest, uneducated country bumpkin that has great promise if educated due to her love of his small library of books he carries, but because of this he doesn't think twice about launching into crazed lectures on topics way beyond the poor girl's ability to grasp just yet. Professor Dwarf may possibly have history with Violet's mom, either a favor or maybe distant fascination for her work and feels obligated to watch out for her daughter.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)20:20 No.12693337
    >>12693238
    forgot Keekee on that list.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)20:20 No.12693338
    Goldentusk:

    She butts head with Sandwich constantly not so much for being a drow as for being an uptight paladin that seems to take issue with every little thing she does. She also thinks her aggressive approach to situations would help a lot more than Sandy's defensive, disciplined approach. She does, however, respect the little girl's drinking ability and regularly tries to drink her under the table. They're around the same age, she thinks, but she thinks herself far more mature due to having had children and growing up in a less sheltered environment among the orc tribes.

    Professor Dwarf can't help but turn his nose at her. Everything about her offends everything he holds dear about elves though she can't for the life of her see the appeal.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)20:21 No.12693356
    >>12693337

    I left her out since it'd be redundant I think - Violet/Keekee was more or less covered in the Violet post.

    I'm bullshitting as I go along of course, feel free to edit or add whatever you'd like, guys.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)20:28 No.12693412
    >>12693356
    no complaints so far... pretty awesome job.

    when do we archive this?
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)20:29 No.12693426
    Basically, I was thinking for a way where each character, if paired up as a duo with another, could carry an interesting relationship as friends/rivals/comedy-duo.

    And each one would represent an elven ideal turned on its head in direct challenge to Professor Dwarf who, as the most elven of them all, seeks to both understand and 'correct.' His working dynamic with Sandwich is probably the most complex of them all due to being both Drow and Dwarf-in-actions.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)20:44 No.12693565
    >>12693412

    Now I suppose, I think perhaps we're out of ideas for tonight.

    However, I have no idea how to archive.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)20:45 No.12693568
    >>12693412
    Yes, someone archive this. I'd do it myself, but the suptg site's bugging out for me and won't load.
    >> Slow Drawfag 11/05/10(Fri)20:47 No.12693586
    >>12692747

    Haven't got the slightest clue, but now I feel the need to draw a dwarfen professor with elvish mindset, wands akimbo, the beard from >>12691763 and the most ornate robes I can get into my sketchbook. What's not to like?

    >>12692830

    >>12692838
    >>12693044
    >>12693238
    >>12693337

    Thanks for this.

    >>12693014

    If I remember correctly, the old thread had her tagged as easily scared, so not quite the kender-suicide-courage.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)20:48 No.12693599
    >>>/a/
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)20:56 No.12693685
    http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/12690699/

    Archive complete!
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)20:57 No.12693700
    >>12693599
    huh?
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)21:06 No.12693809
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    >>12692343

    Alaric eventually dies of something age-related. After about a century Drisryna pays for a Plane Shift to Celestia (or wherever the fuck) and kicks the door down because BITCH YOU MADE ME A PROMISE.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)21:06 No.12693810
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    >>12693599

    Funny that, I just got done photoshopping this pic just now.

    Originally some cute fanart for a DS game
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)21:11 No.12693879
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    >>12693810

    Whoops, forgot some lopears.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)21:13 No.12693901
    >>12693700
    Moeblobs don't belong on /tg/.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)21:18 No.12693970
    >>12693901
    you are the only one talking about Moeblobs, i think someone needs to reread Rule 2 of the sticky
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)21:18 No.12693972
    >>12690699
    fuck this is why you never fuck a ginger

    freckles EVERYWHERE

    its like going down on a person who has chicken pox
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)21:18 No.12693973
    >>12693901

    They do when you add a dwarf into the mix. We've thought this through.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)21:23 No.12694025
    >>12693972
    dude, the freckles add to it. Playing "connect the dots" across her tits and ass with your tongue can drive her wild.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)21:24 No.12694046
    >>12693238
    Keekee Loev Violet!
    Violet is nice, and has many shiny things for which Keekee to play with. Violet always understand when she have problem, and fixes her scratches.
    She babbles on about how things she doesn't really care about sometimes, but Keekee doesn't really notice.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)21:25 No.12694053
    >>12693972
    The funny part is that Violet adds the freckles herself with make-up.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)21:26 No.12694069
    >>12693809
    Heh, that's nice
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)21:29 No.12694094
    >>12694046
    Not sure about this... I'm sure her time with the others has given her at least SOME improvement to language skill, so she doesn't talk in borken third-person like a retarded animu catgirl...
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)21:36 No.12694157
    >>12694094
    Well, Kobold ain't exactly what you would call eloquent- "YOU NO TAKE CANDLE" and all that
    Violet is helping to adjust, but it'll take longer, and be more engrained for Keke, then, say if she had learned it at birth.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)21:39 No.12694178
    >>12694157
    That's acceptable... just so long as it's not a permanent trait, as it'd get really annoying after a while.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)21:45 No.12694224
    >>12694178
    Definately
    Seeing Keke learn about the world and adjust should be a big part of her character
    Though there will always be a few things she'll never give up- like her compulsive trap building.
    Every night before she goes to bed, Keke constructs a series of trip wires, dead falls, and crude trigger activated bolt throwers from whatever happens to be handy at the moment around her 'nest'
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)22:08 No.12694473
    >>12694224
    *thwip, sproing, klunk*
    "OW! Gruumsh's hairy green balls, Kee, I told you to cut that shit out!"

    "AHA! Big angry girl caught by cleverclever Keekee trap! Why you sneak up - you gonna steal my treasures!?"

    "Dammit, Kee, you put your damn trap-covered bedroll right by the door - I had no choice but to try getting past you. I wasn't going to steal anything - I have to fuckin' piss, now let me out or I piss in your bed instead of the privy!"

    "Umm, must you be so... so vulgar, Gal'adrah? It is not exactly polite to speak so... rough..."

    "Violet, I am NOT in the mood right now. Just help get this damn springloaded what-the-hell-is-it off me so I can go do what I got up to do."
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)22:11 No.12694509
    Ah, thank goodness, thought it was only me in the thread at the moment
    heh, I love writefags!
    So- know that we have the party, and established most of their traits, relationship with each other, and backstories, what do we do next?
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)22:12 No.12694521
    >>12694157
    don't forget - keekee was basically abducted as a hide-n-seek aged elven kid, so her knowledge of elvish or common should be no worse than that, even if she didn't get to practice it for a long time. Maybe her ability to speak in a non broken manner was part of her appeal to the kobolds
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)22:16 No.12694566
    >>12694509
    How they meet up- their quest?
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)22:16 No.12694569
    >>12694521
    true, but, to be fair, it has been scientifically proven that language is a trait that one can lose proficience in if not practiced - it's possible she spent so much time speaking the kobold tongue and so little common, while being raised among them, that she kinda forgot most of how to speak it.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)22:17 No.12694575
    >>12694569
    She is a fucking poet in Koboldese though
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)22:22 No.12694630
    >>12694575
    http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/EloquentInMyNativeTongue

    well, not technically her "native tongue", but close enough.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)22:30 No.12694711
    >>12694566

    Now that'd be an interesting tale...
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)22:33 No.12694733
    So how do we distinguish this from being just a fantasy-flavored Primarchs' Daughters thing? How do we give this substance?

    Or is this as deep as we're going?
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)22:37 No.12694763
    >>12694733
    seems rather good in the "substance" department to me, considering all the stuff we've done across this and the original thread...
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)22:38 No.12694772
    >>12694733
    what do you mean by "substance" ?
    More backstory?
    A detailed plot?
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)22:40 No.12694802
    >>12694772
    A purpose, I suppose. Something to make it more than just a cast of characters and some short stories about them.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)22:41 No.12694820
    >>12694802
    Hmm, well, what would you think would be an appropriate overarching goal for them to share?
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)22:42 No.12694835
    >>12694802
    Why would they ever be more than that?
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)22:47 No.12694880
    >>12694835
    so they can actually be memorable a few weeks/months down the road, unlike those Primarch Daughter things that were just harem/waifu writefag stuff with a vaguely-connective theme.

    >totousa left
    Well, tell him to come back, we're not done yet.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)22:47 No.12694882
    >>12694835
    Maybe he wants to turn the characters into a story?
    Like, honest to goodness plot and everything story?
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)22:49 No.12694897
    >>12694820
    I dunno. That's why I asked in the first place!
    >>12694835
    Better question: why not?
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)22:54 No.12694964
    >>12694897
    Well, Sandwhich already has a large amount of motivation and backstory already written up- right now, she's out in the world to prove herself as a paladin and to find out who she is, and what she wants from life
    Goldentusk also has been simliarly fleshed out- she's questing to help prevent war between the elves and orcs
    Keke- she's here to steal as much shit as possible, and also because the party wouldn't feel right if they just left her alone (Perhaps her Kobold adopted family was exterminated by low level adventurers?)
    Violet- so far, drawing a blank, though I like to think that it's because Keke stole from her at a market place, which led to Sandwhich and Goldentusk both getting involved in a standard chase scene through a city bazaar
    Proffessor Dorf- No idea. Not even sure why he's out of his natural academic setting. Fieldwork?
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)22:58 No.12695003
    >>12694964
    >Violet traveling with Keekee for reasons akin to Misty traveling with Ash
    Odd, but acceptable.

    >Fieldwork?
    Sounds plausible.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)23:00 No.12695016
    >>12694880
    Primarch's Daughters was fapbait from the outset. I'll thank you, but no. Enjoy your waifu and forever alone.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)23:01 No.12695035
    >>12695003
    Well less "THAT JERK STOLE MY BIKE!"
    and more "That poor dear has no home, and no way to provide for herself! We have to do something,"
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)23:06 No.12695073
    >>12695035
    well, yeah, but it all began with petty theft and wacky misunderstandings, and everyone loves those.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)23:07 No.12695081
    >>12694964
    For the Professor, I like the idea >>12691209 in that he's trying to bring these ladies some proper elven culture, especially poor Keekee, who's gotta be the youngest of the lot. She's his grand wizarding thesis in a small, dirty bundle of leather and stink, just waiting to be molded into a proper shape, like a lump of iron before a blacksmith...

    Then the Professor shakes his head and wonders briefly why so many of his metaphors tend toward metalworking.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)23:09 No.12695100
    >>12695081
    Heh, that's good
    Gotta wonder how they met up though
    It sounds like Proffessor comes in a little later then the others, after the group has already been formed
    Maybe they help rescue him? Or does he hear about them and insist he come along?
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)23:11 No.12695112
    >>12695100
    They'r an odd enough party to become pretty famous in adventuring circles. I like the idea he sought them out as this holy grail of his studies. Only to despair at the grim/wacky reality.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)23:14 No.12695136
    >>12695100
    I like the idea of the Benny Hill-esque chase scene somehow ended with Keekee running directly into the Professor, knocking the wind out of her. He sees Violet and the others coming up, demanding their possessions be returned. He somehow manages to defuse the situation, finds the group to be EXACTLY what he needs for his research, then comes along after displaying his wizardry.

    Or he could be rescued. Or found out about them later. Lots of options.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)23:18 No.12695153
    >>12695100
    >>12695112
    how about if he put out word that he was hiring some adventurers to loot some ancient elven texts from some sort of dangerous place/monster, they show up on his doorstep for the job and his mind gets blown, decides to make them his next big project and makes some excuses on why he needs to accompany them, after the adventure he wants to stick with them to study them, they realize having a wizard around is pretty useful, etc.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)23:20 No.12695164
    >>12695112
    this, basically. Even before their deeds become grand enough to be well known, the group stand out enough to have gossip start flying - eventually he learns of them, desides they could basically be his "big ticket" to both fame and respect among his elven peers, and manages to coax/convince/bribe his way into joining their motley crew.

    And speaking of party dynamics, what would their odd little group be known as? Many famous traveling adventurers have names - Fellowship of the Ring, Order of the Stick, the Diamond League, Knights of Candlekeep, etc...
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)23:21 No.12695171
    >>12695153
    Can someone remind me why they're adventuring? Are they all just following Goldentusk?
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)23:24 No.12695190
    >>12695171
    We're trying to figure that part out right now.

    http://www.diggercomic.com/?p=314
    Holy shit, this is awesomely close to how I picture Keekee speaking in my head.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)23:24 No.12695192
    >>12695164
    The Irregulars
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    Sandwich and the Adoptees

    Sandwich on vocals
    Gal'ahdrah guitar
    Keekee drums
    Violet, I dunno, flute or some shit
    The Prog. Space keyboard, pic related.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)23:25 No.12695199
    >>12695195
    Now you're just being silly.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)23:27 No.12695221
    >>12695164
    The league of the order of mismatched miscreants and various nice people who want to help others and find valuables
    (They decided to vote on a name- when that didn't work, they just picked a part from everyones name)
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)23:28 No.12695231
    Something that acronyms to M.A.R.Y.S.U.E
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)23:31 No.12695259
    >>12695192
    This works. Maybe expand it a bit, tie it to their shared elven aspect - Longeared Irregulars or something.

    >>12695231
    oh ho, how clever. wait, no, I lied.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)23:35 No.12695292
    OP needs to work on their anatomy.

    Sandwich's head looks like it's trying to escape her neck, and her upper torso isn't quite in line with her lower torso. The back of her hair is also pretty off.

    Violet's eyes and lips seem too big for her head, and the bridge of her glasses is too wide. It should be resting on the sides of the bridge of her nose, not on the flat of her cheeks. It looks like you kind of squashed her face to fit onto hre head. The underside of her bust looks strange, but I can forgive that as being the fault of clothing.

    Keekee's nose seems to be protruding a bit much, but perhaps that's intentional? The right side of her neck seems odd too, like it's thicker than it should be. Her arms should have more variance to their thickness I think.

    Gal'ahdrah appears to be having the "face trying to escape" problem here too. The shading and positioning of the ear don't help. Left side of stomach curves oddly. She has man hands, but that might be intentional.


    Overall, very nice job OP. I'm usually far more nitpicky with these sorts of things. Definitely above average, I'd love to see more.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)23:40 No.12695351
    >>12695259
    Long eared Irregulars works wonderfully!
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)23:46 No.12695404
    Going to bed now /tg/
    I expect this thread to be here tomorrow
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)23:50 No.12695436
    >>12695404
    it's been archived, at least.
    >> Anonymous 11/05/10(Fri)23:59 No.12695495
    >>12695436
    I'd like to see this one bumped with content - like the last thread.
    Maybe OP from the original one will show up and tell us about their first game with Goldentusk
    >> Majestic Space Whale 11/06/10(Sat)00:03 No.12695534
    What this group needs is a nemesis.

    I propose a human bard raised by gnolls.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)00:06 No.12695556
    >>12695534
    nice one - not much in the way of "evil bards", gnoll-raised or otherwise.

    Any ideas in particular?
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)00:06 No.12695560
    >>12695534
    I was going to say a straight elf
    Maybe one obsessed with racial purity and the superiority of elven culture?
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)00:07 No.12695563
    >>12695534

    Male Human Bard raised by Goblins
    Male Human Barbarian raised by Thri-kreen
    Male Human Rogue raised by Negoi
    Male Human Wizard raised by Illithids

    It'd be PERFECT.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)00:08 No.12695575
    >>12695563
    That's so cool!
    Hmm, but they'd make better lieutenants or mercs of the BBEG rather then the actual guy himself, so that way the party can fight them more directly
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)00:16 No.12695647
    >>12695563
    No.

    Just no.

    We have enough crossover-family-ties already, we don't need an Evil Counterparts group for our heroes. Expecially ones you seemingly just pulled out of your ass - thrikreen don't live long enough to raise a human, and illithids would just eat him. Idiot.

    Lets just stick with the first idea, a gnoll-raised human BBEG bard, okay? No need to create a backstory traffic-jam.
    >> Majestic Space Whale 11/06/10(Sat)00:26 No.12695707
    I was thinking Sandvich killed a pack of gnolls raiding dwarven caravans and found this human boy, about 9 to 11 years old or so, in their camp. She thought he was kidnapped and he was too much in shock to set her straight so she dumped somewhere and hadn't thought of him since.

    Now he's back for revenge. He casts spells through jokes and puns and people who laugh at his humor fall under his spell. He acts as a mastermind sort of guy, charming a horde of thugs or an important personage to get in the party's way, using illusions to trick them or frame them for crimes, messing with their heads and doing his damndest to get Sandvich to fall.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)00:30 No.12695736
    >>12695190
    Why did you have to remind me about the last two pages of that comic?

    Poor Ed.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)00:30 No.12695740
    >>12695707
    >jokes and puns
    Cute, but the whole "funnyboy gnoll" is a bit cliche'd. Was thinking that, since real hyena "laughter" is actually done when they are angry or frightened (and gnolls are basically bipedal hyenas), maybe this guy could be kinda mentally off-tilt a la The Joker, and it's when he starts laughing/cackling that you know shit's about to go down hard.

    Gives a nice excuse to work on the whole Villainous Laugh, anyway...
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)00:31 No.12695743
    >>12695647

    NOFUNZONE

    Dear god, you took that seriously? I pity you man, I really do.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)00:31 No.12695746
    Can't we just use a supremacist elf as a BBEG?
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)00:34 No.12695771
    >>12695743
    just making sure. hard to be sure what's serious and what's a joke around here sometimes.

    >>12695746
    too easy to have him end up stereotypicallly "racist asshole". Lemme guess - he hates them all and wants to destroy them for the sin of tainting the purity of the elven race. How bullshit. Hell, players might even expect that kind of shit
    >> Majestic Space Whale 11/06/10(Sat)00:35 No.12695773
    >>12695740
    Why not both?

    He makes these jokes but he doesn't laugh himself. He's high charismatic and they call him 'The Funny Man,' just that his minions do it in fearful whispers. They tell the party, "You don't want hear him laughing. I hate it when he laughs."
    >> Majestic Space Whale 11/06/10(Sat)00:39 No.12695813
    >>12695771
    Why not have him running around too? A whole bunch of enemies makes for a more interesting time.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)00:43 No.12695840
    >>12695773
    ooh, nice counterpoint. I like that. Kinda like Nicholson's Joker with an under-layer of Ledger's, if I'm reading you right.

    >>12695813
    Eh, maybe, but a cliche' like that seems a bit too "off" to be a serious "big threat" villain - maybe a recurring Dr. Claw style miniboss, but not a huge end-of-campaign mastermind dude.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)00:52 No.12695908
    bump
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)01:07 No.12696063
    >>12695908
    Hey, bump with content!
    Alright, so what kind of setting are we talking about?
    Are we going to go with what Goldentusks original player outlined in her post?
    Tension between orc tribes and Elves, etc.?
    >> Majestic Space Whale 11/06/10(Sat)01:09 No.12696086
    >>12695840
    Neither of them seem like end of the campaign bosses, not if you wanna do some epic (Not rules epic stuff).

    The big bad tends to be rather impersonal, like some big powerful douche bag that everyone hates and hates everyone, not just your party.

    Although if The Laughing Man charmed him too...

    http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/HijackedByGanon
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)01:13 No.12696127
    >>12696086
    Well, why are they enemies of the group?
    It has to be more then the Longed Eared irregulars stumbling on their plans and messing things up once or twice- they've got really go out of their way, and actively persue the party members, maybe even putting their own plan on the side just to focus on fucking their shit up.
    >> Majestic Space Whale 11/06/10(Sat)01:21 No.12696216
    >>12696086

    The party storms the audience chamber and there the skull helmed man sits on his throne of bones.

    "We have you now, Skeleton King!" Sandvich shouted.

    The Skeleton King laughs. The party expects to hear some grandiose evil speech but the Skeleton King continues to laugh. And laugh. And laugh.

    He bends over his knees, clutching his stomach and cackles madly. He fall off his throne, rolling on the ground in laughter. The party stares, not knowing quite what to do.

    He rolls down the flight of stairs leading to his throne and to the feet of the party. They back up, looking disconcerted by this behavior from their big bad who has terrorized the nations for so long.

    They look up as another man steps out from behind the throne, the Laughing Man.

    "Well, /he/ found my jokes funny," He quipped before settling down on the bone throne.
    >> Majestic Space Whale 11/06/10(Sat)01:25 No.12696255
    >>12696127
    Well the BBEG can just be a guy they meddle with, the two brought up have more personal motives.

    Elven purists is insulted by every one of them for being 'impure'. Laughing Man had his family killed by Sandvich.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)02:03 No.12696651
    >>12696086
    >>12696216

    So Laughing Man = Joker meets Xanatos?
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)02:03 No.12696653
    Bumpity
    >> Majestic Space Whale 11/06/10(Sat)02:05 No.12696667
    >>12696651
    If the DM can properly pull of a Xanatos style character, he fuckin rocks.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)02:13 No.12696732
    >>12696667
    >>12696216
    seems more a (Laughing) Man Behind The Man than a Xanatos-style Magnificent Bastard, but either way, I definitely get the impression Laughing Man, while he might've been raised by gnolls enough to adopt their savagery and bloodlust, he definitely managed to wind his way towards loftier goals after his time with the brutal tribes...
    >> Majestic Space Whale 11/06/10(Sat)02:21 No.12696802
    >>12696732
    How's about some Joker-at-his-most-depraved style carnage as a signature touch?
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)02:24 No.12696834
    >>12696216
    >>12696255
    my next BBEG is going to be called "The Laughing Man."

    spirit of the century game. so, it'll obviously be a bit different.

    but he may still be The Man Behind the Man for Captain Totenkopf.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)02:25 No.12696845
    >>12696802
    Oh, but of course. Gnolls are known for their brutality.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)02:42 No.12696978
    I love this thread... I think Laughing Man might even be possibly usable as an actual threat even outside the "context" of the Longeared Irregulars' game.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)02:52 No.12697050
    anything else?
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)02:56 No.12697077
    Oozegirl Raised By Thri-Kreen Ardavidavia worshippers!

    >sobeautiful.jpg
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)02:57 No.12697082
    I approve of /tg/'s new fetish
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)03:00 No.12697101
    >>12697077
    what drugs are you on, and why aren't you sharing?

    >>12697082
    Not fetish, just awesome.
    >> teka 11/06/10(Sat)03:05 No.12697138
    >>12697077
    Ardarvia.

    and i would guess that the Iron Maiden would be as incomprehensible to them as sleep.

    Think it is probably safer all around if we keep any mention of the Chained Goddess away from the L.E.I. and avoid starting on that road.

    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)03:07 No.12697152
    >>12697138
    Agreed. Let's work on what we've got before attempting crossovers or add-ons.
    >> Storyteller 11/06/10(Sat)03:40 No.12697465
    >>12695081
    Writefaggin it up.

    Through the busy streets and cobbled roads, through cramped throngs of people hawking goods and picking pockets strode a dwarf, regally robed and magnificently mustached. Scrutinizing a scroll as he wandered through the busy market, his mind was occupied. For the past week after a local meeting of the mages guild, he had been gifted with a particularly odd task to prove his continued worth. Though he was a mage of no small worth, he had a feeling that such a difficult job had been gifted unto him because of his odd lineage. Being raised by elves only helped so much in the field of arcane diplomacy. He sighed and put his monocle back into place. His task, specifically, was to find a potential link from the olden times of the elves. This was hard enough considering his rocky heritage- It is not every day that a dwarf claims to have been raised by elves, after all- and made harder still since the only places available to him were a distance away.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)03:42 No.12697492
    >>12697465
    He straightened the miniaturized map of the region in front of him, planning his journey out. Immersed such as he was in his work, he did not notice a quick, dirty figure running through the crowds being chased by a red-haired woman, weaving through the crowd as though she were swimming. The redhead adjusted her eyeglasses and focused on the dirty elf urchin that stole her pouch as she avoided a pack mule. The filthy ragamuffin looked backwards, eyes wide in terror. She did not notice as she stumbled into and over the dwarven scholar. Several high-pitched skrees were heard as she scrabbled back up and tried to escape, but found herself entangled by the sheer intricacy of the stout fellow's mustache. "Are you okay?" A hand came down to help the dwarf up. He groaned and opened a grimy eye, seeing the slender form of a red-haired elf lass standing above him, looking worried. "I'm sorry the pickpocket knocked you down, sir dwarf." Groaning and trying in vain to reorganize his once-proud mustache, he took out a cloth and began to daub at the dirt that seemed to cake his face.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)03:45 No.12697520
    >>12697492
    "Begging your pardon, I need to get it back now." The lass stated, pushing her glasses up once more and starting ahead. She stopped abruptly when confronted with the stern visage of a dark-skinned elf female clad in heavy armor and hefting a large looking hammer over her shoulder. "Did me friend take somethin' o yours?" The stranger said, voice flecked with a heavy dwarven accent. The pickpocket was tucked behind the figure of a burly elf female- my, did there seem to be a lot of elves in one place today- peeking around her leg and clutching a dirty bag. The dwarf stood up woozily and tried once more in vain to straighten his facial hair before giving up and dusting off his monocle. The redhead, meanwhile, Simply gulped and gave an almost unnoticeable nod. The drow looked back to the elven pickpocket, saying, "Kee? Did you take this lass's pouch?" The filthy form shook her head furiously until she looked back to the drow, and fell silent. She slowly nodded her head. "Aww, but she did wot she was told." The third elf of mighty stature said. This one was golden haired and clad in the furs of animals and tattooed in a few places.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)03:46 No.12697540
    >>12697520
    Curiously, she wore a delicate, well-worn blade with a crude hilt, and two glittering golden fangs poked out under her top lip, giving the appearance of tusks. The drow nodded. "Aye, that she did, but She were no' told ta take it from the hands of a stranger. We gave her coin fer that." The drow once more looked to the redhead, extending a hand. "Name's Sandwich Stoutaxe, and this is Gal'akdruk Goldentusk. And the little rascal be'ind 'er is KeeKee. At yer service, marm." The fiery scalped woman took the hand shakily and squeaked, "M-my name is V-Violet. Vanthais. Err, Violet Vanthais. I serve Yondalla as a clergywoman." By now, the dwarf had collected himself enough to observe the situation. What a strange occurrence this day, four female elves- one a drow, no less!- all from different descents. He looked carefully at each one, until he came to the last, the one they said was 'KeeKee'. THAT was the ruffian that mangled his marvelous mustache! She looked back to him and smiled sheepishly. He wiped his face off again and stopped, midswipe.
    >> (Forgot mah name) Storyteller 11/06/10(Sat)03:47 No.12697559
    >>12697540
    Her teeth were pointed, and oddly spaced. She looked as though she was always crinkling her nose, and carried many small pouches around her form. She reminded him of his old adventuring days, fighting kobolds and killing gob- A KOBOLD! She must have been raised by kobolds, of course! The smell, the body language, the noises she made when frightened, even her smell reminded him of those filthy, scaly things. An idea suddenly popped into his head, one that may solve his present dilemma. He loudly cleared his throat as the drow managed to pry the bag out of KeeKee's hands and hand it to Violet. "My dear ladies, it appears as though my map was lost in the tussle. Pardon me, wherever are my manners? my name is Tithranidan Dlaralsyr, from the land of the sun..." He stopped and pretended to look around. "...And I appear to have lost my map and my way. Pray, you four look as though you know the area, and you all seem a bit exasperated by this ordeal. Perhaps we may speak more at an inn, patch up misunderstandings?" He smiled daintily and bowed lough, despoiled mustache touching the ground. He whispered three syllables and straightened, dust and dirt crumbling off of him, leaving him clean once more.
    >> Storyteller 11/06/10(Sat)03:49 No.12697574
    >>12697559
    Sandwich and Gal'akdruk grinned and nodded in unison, and KeeKee squeaked her approval. A bit flustered, Violet also agreed, seeing no other way out.
    Some time later, the five had found an inn by the name of the Pale Wind. Settled around a table with warmth of drink and food now placating them, they shared their respective jobs. Sandwich, a paladin of Moradin; Tithranidan, a dwarven Wizard; KeeKee, a rogue raised by kobolds; Gal'akdrak, a savage warrior who was raised with Orcs; and finally, Violet Vanthais, an elf maiden taken in by Halflings. Sandwich told Violet and Tithranidan both of what keeKee's mission was. She had been sent out, Sandwich explained, to gather their food supplies for the day and had been given a pouch of coins. Once into town, it had been made apparent that KeeKee couldn't read the signs posted. Frustrated, she had seen a large sack filled with food that had been left in a stall. Unbeknownst to KeeKee, the owner was still next to it.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)03:50 No.12697587
    If you have multiple bits of speech all in the same paragraph, you're doing it wrong.

    If you've forgotten about paragraphs entirely, you're doing it wronger.
    >> Storyteller 11/06/10(Sat)04:00 No.12697659
    >>12697587
    Using an archaic and inaccurate text document to write, forgive the sloppiness. Also there are some cookies issues that make it a pain to update, so I aim for speed over bulk.
    >>12697574
    So had ensued the chase, so had ensued the meeting. Violet smiled at KeeKee. "I understand now, and I offer you some of mine. Yondalla would have those who can share do so." Sandwich waved her hand in response. "Nay, Ah be thinkin' you can keep the food. We're just comin' back from a particularly nasty bog of a village, and just got back from the temple. Now, I'm no slouch when it comes ta healin', but ah cannae do it all. If ye're a cleric, as ye say, we could use yer help on the road ahead." Sandwich rambled on about the places they'd see and the things they'd do in the name of all that was good and righteous while Tithranidan contemplated. He had been correct about KeeKee, and now his Idea was coming to fruition. Travelling with elves would make it easier by far to learn more about them, and the one raised by kobolds seemed very primitive. It may be a stretch, but if studied enough, she may prove to be the key to completing his quest.
    >> Storyteller 11/06/10(Sat)04:09 No.12697743
    >>12697659
    But, he vowed to himself, If he was to travel with these ruffians, the least he could do was to teach them what it meant to be an elf- or in KeeKee's case, at the very least, civilized. "Say," Began the crafty dwarf. "You're adventurers as well? I seem to have lost my map in the earlier ruckus. I can cast a variety of useful spells, and I grow tired of toiling day and night in a library. Would you fine women be adverse to having me accompany you on your trials and travails?"
    Though Violet was still fumbling around for an appropriate 'yes', sandwich gave him a look over, frowning. "Have ye ever been adventuring 'fore now?" She asked. "Yuh, you looks real skinny. Dont want you snappin' like a twig when the going gets tough." Said Gal'akdruk. Tithranidan raised his hands placatingly. "Admittedly, I am a good deal paler than my biological kin, but I assure you that I have delved many a dungeon before this one. You will not find me lacking should the reason arise." Sandwich, at least, seemed content with that. "So be it, Tilthan...Tutha...dwarf," -Tithranidan winced at that- "ye're in!" Sandwich raised her mug high, yelling a hearty dwarven toast joined enthusiastically by Kee and Gal, and halfheartedly by Violet. Tithranidan raised his wineglass and leaned back in his chair. His mission just got a whole lot easier.
    >> Storyteller 11/06/10(Sat)04:10 No.12697766
    >>12697743
    And I think that'll do it. Fun to write, even if it was a bit rushed. Feel free to edit it, lord knows I dont have the patience to.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)04:11 No.12697773
    >>12697766

    Are you done? Cause I'm needing to go to bed soon and I want to make sure I get this saved.
    >> Majestic Space Whale 11/06/10(Sat)04:11 No.12697779
    >>12696834
    Was this inspired my be or merely an example of convergent thinking?
    >> Storyteller 11/06/10(Sat)04:14 No.12697800
    >>12697773
    yepp, that's it for today
    >> Majestic Space Whale 11/06/10(Sat)04:15 No.12697816
    >>12697779
    >my be
    by me
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)06:58 No.12698922
    holyshitholyshitholyshit

    >>12690699
    >>12690708
    >>12690713
    >>12690722
    >>12690732
    >>12690764


    Player here. I love you Slow Drawfag. Thanks so much! :) Totally using that at the game Sunday!

    And still surprised how things have developed....wow /tg/. Never ever change.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)07:00 No.12698938
    >>12697743

    Oh fuck need sleep but also must read.

    Read now and crash. Nap and read later.

    Napping and reading later.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)07:04 No.12698963
    >>12691114

    I always saw Sandwich as the default leader since she was the first.

    Also, organization skills.

    Kind of like:

    Sandiwch is the hero
    Goldentusk is the lancer
    Violet is the heart of the group
    Keekee is comic relief

    Have to rethink with this new addition though.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)07:17 No.12699079
    >>12694964

    IIRC, there was something about Keekee's adoptive tribe of city kobolds sending her out into the world to "bring more moneys".
    >> BlueThief 11/06/10(Sat)07:40 No.12699267
    >>12690830
    >>12690863
    wait, so you people forgot/never heard of Zhizz N'it the drow raised dwarf?
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)07:49 No.12699321
    >implying you would grow husk-like teeth forr being raised by orcs

    That is some retarded fucking shit right there.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)07:50 No.12699329
    >>12699321

    Read the original thread, retard.

    Or this one, even.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)07:51 No.12699338
    >>12699321
    It's fantasy, man. It's not unusual to start looking like people you hang out with. Particularly since childhood.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)07:52 No.12699342
    >>12699321
    the husks were made not grown.
    for the love of god read the threads before posting.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)07:56 No.12699379
    >implying I give enough of a shit to read a >200 post thread or an old shit thread posted in it

    If those aren't real husks then I was obviously wrong. So why are you mad and butthurt?
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)08:02 No.12699420
    Hot piss, you guys.

    I've got some writefaggotry about the original four I had promised to post this weekend. It's not going to match up any more, but I'll still give it a go. Really like this new guy though. I won't be able to fit him in but he sounds perfect for the second of the three stories I wanted to do.

    None of it will probably fit into this big mega-campiagn-plot you guys are looking to build. Mostly just standalone stuff, if it's not too intrusive.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)08:04 No.12699434
    >>12699379
    >You don't understand! My time is better spent throwing up words without any context! My reading skills are limited!
    If reading am hard, stick to a strictly-picture format for your education and entertainment venues. Try finding a website with soft, chewable pages.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)08:11 No.12699469
    >>12699379
    >>12699434
    Now now, children, no need to argue.

    I ran a few of them through the character builder for giggles. It's nice that there's the Birth Among another Race background, which you can apply to each of them - save for Goldentusk because orcs don't grant benefits so I took half-orc instead. Am I correct in the assumption that Keekee is a cunning sneak rogue with sharpshooter talent in slings?
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)08:14 No.12699492
    >>12699469

    I know she was established as a rogue, but nothing solid was said about weapons except that she liked traps. As far as I remember, at least.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)08:45 No.12699632
    >>12699469

    How about we just do this as a roleplaying, storytelling thing rather than make some ham-fisted attempt to shove a 3 dimensional character into a very abstract, rather limited ruleset?
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)11:31 No.12700560
    >>12690764
    >>12690713
    >>12690699
    Wow, Violet sure is ugly
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)11:35 No.12700592
    >>12699434
    I chortled.

    >for broont
    Captcha gave me my new battle cry. FOR BROOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOONT!
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)11:38 No.12700611
    >>12700560
    ur mum is ugly
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)11:49 No.12700709
    >>12700611
    I agree, I find my mother most unattractive. How about you and your mother? Do you find her attractive?
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)12:45 No.12701097
    >>12699420
    Hey, if what we came up with screws up your plans, you don't need to drop everything and change it.
    I'm sure that we'll be able to work something out- what did you originally write?
    >> Slow Drawfag 11/06/10(Sat)13:32 No.12701537
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    >>12695292

    Thanks for pointing out the flaws. Still figuring out how exactly how to get away from my usual style and fiddling around with stuff.

    Anyway, have a first sketch of Professor Dwarf. This guy might take me some time to finish, though.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)13:46 No.12701679
    >>12692582
    I'd prefer a british dwarf than a Elven dwarf but whatever...
    What would be even more interesting is having, say a mission giver.

    While in a fantasy world a dragon/mage/king would fit the role of benefactor and quest giver,
    I thought of maybe making it a interplanetary explorer. A human who managed to get his ship into the orbit of a long lost experiment world (genetic) and is now giving the party missions and paying them with information ( through hologram transmissions). They can always buy some orbital support, but at the cost of several missions, as He/she loaths to bombard planets....
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)13:49 No.12701708
    >>12701679
    and they consider this human a spirit or a ghost with an od fascination of exotic jewlery ( cyber implants)?


    Works.. kind of, .. if it only tells them stuff seeing all the planet and going thermal and active sensors on underground obs, but being unable to help them, except to communicate with them through quantum entanglement box when they leave to other planes
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)13:55 No.12701746
    >>12701537
    I like the name you gave him Slow Drawfag
    Great work!
    >> Slow Drawfag 11/06/10(Sat)13:59 No.12701783
    >>12701746

    Thanks, but the name is taken from >>12697559
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)14:34 No.12702074
    >>12701679
    I like elvish dwarf over british dwarf.
    British dwarf has been done as nearly as much to death as scottish dwarfs
    >> I like alignments !!zCDnoQ1ejCk 11/06/10(Sat)15:03 No.12702334
    Holy shit it's Sandwich.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)15:15 No.12702440
    >>12702334
    You were expecting maybe Drizzit?
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)15:28 No.12702535
    Epic thread is beyond epic.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)16:56 No.12703480
    >>12702535
    Yes, yes it is
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)17:28 No.12703911
    on the subject of Violet:

    she appears shy? if i were writing this character i'd be more inclined to make her more jokey and witty, with a retreat to concerned caregiver in the proper situation.

    Halflings are supposed to be hardy and have keen senses, and be pretty communal beings, her current persona seems a little too frail methinks.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)17:34 No.12703978
    >>12703911
    Maybe she is taking on aspects of her mother?
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)17:34 No.12703984
    >>12703911
    Yeah- but, she's kind of self conscious, having grown up being overly tall and clumsy in comparison to her peers. A lifetime of bumping your head on ceiling and doorways will make you kind of self conscious
    I'd like to see her with a more assertive streak though, too
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)17:43 No.12704066
    >>12703984
    I can see that. Normally real quiet and kinda shy, but if pushed/annoyed into it, can really speak up and grab attention...

    "...um, excuse me... sir... um..."
    >*shopkeeper busy hurrying about reorganizing shelves, unintentionally ignoring her*
    "...sir, um... I'd like to buy some goods... um... sir?"
    >*still distracted by inventory*
    "...er, pardon me sir, I'd like to..."
    >*busy busy busy*
    "...HEY DUMBASS, I'M TRYING TO BUY SOME STUFF HERE."
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)17:50 No.12704136
    >>12704066
    That sounds great!
    Heh, you could probably here a pin drop after Violet breaks out like that
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)17:55 No.12704184
    >>12704066

    Makes me think of Sgt. Hooks from "Police Academy".
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)18:00 No.12704248
    >>12703911

    I kind of saw her like Maggie from Read or Die at first. Tall and awkward, compared to her adopters at least.

    One thing I'm really liking is the difference between her, Sandwich, and Goldentusk. They may be around the same age, but Goldentusk is a widow and a mother while Sandwich is saving herself for a marriage she hasn't even started thinking about yet. I'm assuming Violet is along the same lines as Sandwich.

    Just a vastly different level of experience in some matters between them that could be interesting.

    Didn't think Keekee would even come into that equation, because Keekee.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)18:03 No.12704268
    >>12704248
    I doubt Keekee would have much interest in sexuality/romance. Too many shiny thing to steal to worry about kissy-face time.

    I'm sure once she mentally and emotionally matures a bit, she might start wondering what the big deal is, but right now she's kinda childlike and innocent.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)18:04 No.12704269
    On Professor Dwarf:

    Ambiguous sexuality that is never confirmed either way? Ever?
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)18:06 No.12704292
    >>12704268
    > innocent
    > steals all your shit

    Yeah, no.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)18:07 No.12704303
    >>12704292

    She just doesn't know any better.

    Like Jay.

    ....

    Bad example, but still.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)18:15 No.12704367
    >>12704292
    I meant innocent with regard to intimate matter, obviously, not generically innocent. Again, "childlike"... still in the "boys are icky" stage, so to speak.

    >>12704269
    Never confirmed, or more likely never even brought up. He tries to maintain an academically-proper "professional distance", even if they are his travel companions - kinda like those anthropologists who live among tribal cultures, in a way.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)18:15 No.12704375
    >>12704269
    He sleeps with Elven women out of duty as thats what he was raised to think was attractive.
    But shiw him anyine with a bit if stubble on their chin and he's after them relentlessly
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)18:20 No.12704421
    >>12704375
    you just paradox'd yourself. if he was raised to find elves attractive, why would he pursue non-elves? Fail.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)18:24 No.12704469
    >>12704248
    What's Maggie from Read or die like?
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)18:30 No.12704526
    >>12704469

    Shy, bookish, freakishly tall compared to the rest of the cast at times, awkward.

    Probably a lot more quiet than what Violet is intended to be. Generally weird too. She would crawl into tight enclosed spaces to curl up with a book out of sight from everyone else. Probably a LOT more dysfunctional than what people want for Violet.

    Keekee will probably be making up the difference in socialization problems and general weird behavior.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)18:34 No.12704574
    >>12704526
    Yeah- if anyone's going to making nests in small spaces, it'll be Keekee
    heh, it would be kind of funny if they BOTH did it though
    "What are you doing? this is MY hiding spot!"
    "NO- Keke here first, keke hiding spot!"
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)18:49 No.12704722
    >>12704574
    I can just picture it... while Gal'adrah and Sandy are at the pub trying to outdrink one another, and Professor is at the local wizard's gathering, Violet's settling in at a nearby book-store... she's just bought a nice tome on comparative healing method or something, and finds a nice secluded spot to sit and read... and next thing she knows, she looks up and gets the freckles scared off her upon seeing Kee dangling upside-down overhead, staring at her from a shelf-top, wondering "how fire-hair find secret hiding spot?"
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)18:50 No.12704725
    >>12704574
    That would be even get bit hilarity ensues as Keke has probalby laid some traps around her hideyhole and Violet spings some of them.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)18:57 No.12704815
    >>12704725
    Probably, but I somehow find it more amusing to think that more often than not, usually Gal'adrah is the one to fall for her traps, not the others. Like in >>12694473

    Not saying the others don't set them off now and then, but it just seems (from the barbarian's viewpoint, anyway), that the little rogue's tripwire gimmicks seem to go off for her easier than them.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)19:12 No.12704967
    Why not have Professor Dorf be the one who gathered them all in the first place? Officially, because he needed a group to go find him the long-lost scroll of Bigby's Chocolatey Donuts or something a wizard might want, but in reality that was just a cover for his real goal of field research.

    All four of them should figure this out at some point along the trip. For shits and giggles, Keekee would be the one who knew from the very beginning, because she pickpocketed his original research grant request when she first met him.

    The Professor should also unknowingly become more and more dwarfy as he travels with the group, mainly because he loses his ability to keep up the veil of cultured bullshit that constitutes the elvish way of life after too long dealing with this motley crew. The drinking probably won't help.

    Also, while I'm admittedly ripping this off from Anachronauts, the Professor's spellbook should be in the form of a monocle that's sort of a magical e-book reader.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)19:15 No.12704999
    >>12704967
    How about we mix that with the writefagging from earlier... originally, they were just random folks, save for Gal'darah and Sandwich traveling together for yet-indeterminate reasons, and it wasn't until the incident that they met the Professor that they actually organized together into an actual adventuring party...
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)19:19 No.12705033
    >>12704999
    I like the idea of the four working together AND then meeting Proffessor dwarf who would send them on the initial quest.
    ....
    why are backstories so hard to write?
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)19:29 No.12705121
    >>12705033
    Too many ideas at once, in our case.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)19:43 No.12705261
    Chronology of meeting:
    Elf/drow pally encounters elf barbar on route to X and they converse, with elf pally pledging herself to elf barbar quest. Upon arriving at X, elf kobold steals from elf pally, and is then shorter/later caught by elf barbar. They drag elf kobold with them to building Y, where they encounter Violet, who decides to defend elf kobold due to misunderstanding, and when she gives a small gift to elf kobold elf kobold takes a liking to her. Violet decides that elf barbar quest is a good idea, but says they need certain supplies from city Z. They leave, but elf kobold sticks with violet (prob with thinking along the lines of 'Free shiny!/Friend!') and as such comes along with. At city Z elf pally tells elf kobold to be useful, resulting in the situation written by Storyteller writefag in:
    >>12697492
    >>12697465
    >>12697520
    >>12697540
    >>12697559
    >>12697574
    >>12697659
    >>12697743

    Sound good?

    >our teargan
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)19:45 No.12705281
    >>12705261
    Works for me, I suppose. Don't see anything worth complaining about in it, at least.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)19:45 No.12705286
    >>12705261
    Samefag here

    Oops, didn;t mean to make Keekee sound like a puppy or anything.

    >scorked rsss
    Is captcha a C&C:RA2 Desolator with Pyro gasmask on? Back to /v/ with ya!
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)19:47 No.12705302
    No interesting "human raised" ideas ?
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)19:48 No.12705313
    >>12705302
    Nope. Because humans aren't interesting.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)19:49 No.12705317
    >>12705261
    >>12705286
    Samefagging again.

    Also didn't mean to redirect attention over to orc barbar from Sandwich.

    I see Sandwich as the group leader, with elf barbar being the primary plothook and damage dealer (i.e. the main character).

    Which I think is interesting, to have the plot important character NOT being the leader.

    >ofaing all
    Problem, captcha?
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)19:50 No.12705338
    >>12705313
    ...stop posting.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)19:55 No.12705388
    >>12705286
    I personally would go with Keekee being the smartest of all of them, and just having very little education. Life as a kobold tends to weed out the stupid pretty quickly, after all, and it also just feels right that the most intelligent member of the group is the one who cares the least about it.

    Kobolds have to be brutally practical about everything, because they're at the bottom of the totem pole pretty much everywhere. When you have to spend practically every minute of every day just surviving, you don't have the time to develop much culture. Lots of oral tradition, though, and knowledge about things directly related to survival. Also, Keekee probably can paint very, very well, since I see kobold warrens being covered in cave paintings for ritual and storytelling purposes.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)19:59 No.12705435
    >>12701097

    Eh, if it meshes it meshes, if it don't, alternate universe. ;)

    It was kind of on the dead serious side of things. Original four come upon a village in need. Flashbacks to how each of them started off on their adventuring careers interspersed throughout.

    Kind of plays off an obscure elven ability that makes them the ones for the job in the situation that arises, but it hopefully avoids the "elves are better" crap that Goldentusk's player specifically said she was aiming to avoid. That ability gives them a bit of a leg-up, but it's their upbringing by their adoptive families that really carry them through it.

    Second story involves a ball being held in their honor for some deed. Professor Dorf HAS to be involved for that one.

    Third is A Very Sandwich Christmas. Already plotted out, not doin' till December. Kind of assumes that everyone's tribes/hometowns are still around.

    >>12705302

    Actually have one for the first story. She won't be joining though. Can't say any more than that.

    Hope to have it up Sunday night at the latest.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)19:59 No.12705447
    >>12705302
    Humans don't have an easily defined racial "hat" to apply on top of the "elf" template.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)20:00 No.12705449
    >>12705261
    Yes this works!
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)20:01 No.12705459
    >>12705435
    Yay!
    Writefagg I could kiss you!
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)20:05 No.12705509
    >>12705388
    I can see that too... Kee's got huge survival/streetsmarts skills, but rather lacking in formal education and social grace.

    >>12705435
    >a ball held in their honor
    Oh lord... while obviously the Professor and maybe Sandwich and perhaps Violet would have some passable experience with formal gatherings... I can only imagine the kind of awkwardness and such Goldentusk and Keekee would have dealing with such things...
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)20:06 No.12705525
    >>12704967
    There was a tidbit in some of the writefraggotry hinting at Keeke being unable to read, so if we go with that, finding some of Professor's research won't do much on its own unless it came with pictures. I do support >>12705388 though. We already had some asshole linking to that tvtropes page with the 'Eloquent In My Native Tongue' trope. Also, rogues tend to be brilliant anyway.
    >> Majestic Space Whale 11/06/10(Sat)20:08 No.12705548
    >>12701537
    If you do the The Laughing Man, and I'm not saying you should, I sort of imagined as kinda looking like a hobo with a big bushy beard, lots of body hair and a scary grin.

    I might also make some more writefaggotry but not anything big.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)20:13 No.12705621
    >>12705509
    Imagine the Professor trying to squeeze the musclebeast Goldentusk in a fancy dress... and giving up, making her wear a suit instead. Keekee'd obviously get everything dirty and steal from the buffet and jewelry of some very important people. Sandwich might feel terribly uncomfortable if her dress showed more skin than her usual modest clothes. Can't think of anything for Violet, maybe she'll shine and end up the highlight of the whole thing?
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)20:13 No.12705628
    >>12705548
    When I first saw gnoll-raised human bard I thought he would be more like a comic foil that the party would occasionally encounter, a crazy-ass bard with an occasionally awesome sense of humor that they would tolerate for a while before he wandered off again.

    But I like what /tg/ has done to the guy.

    I propose he could be BOTH.
    Early on he would be acting just silly and annoying while getting close to watch them. Keekee's traps would get everytime he would try something and he would just act kookier to get himself excused. He would crop up occaisionally as just another comic reliefe and expy character, kiindof like some favored NPC, but in reality he would be collecting information and then using his abilities and contacts to arrange 'incidents' in their path over and over, until they actually get one of his major puppets (the Skeleton King?) and reveal himself as the strange BBEG 'The Laughing Man' that some mobsters they had beaten up before had mentioned.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)20:14 No.12705633
    >>12705548
    Writefaggotry of the Laughing Man? Ooh, go for it. I'm curious to see how someone would go about handling a "human raised by gnolls" concept so it could evolve into the "Joker as a bard" we seem to have agreed he now is...
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)20:16 No.12705656
    Can one of them please get killed off at some point? This needs something to make it a bit less "my fetish waifu traipses through fantasy land while doing cute things." It doesn't need to be grimdark -- it could be in an epic battle against some gigantic beast, or in a dramatic showdown with an evil wizard/sorceror/lich, or anything (that isn't rape).

    Normally I'd slap someone for blatantly using character death to give a story a sense of weight, but I really think it's justified in this situation.

    If you want, Professor Dwarf could then go into super badass mode for the rest of the fight. Then maybe he feels guilty for always sitting on the sidelines studying while these young girls charge into battle, and goes through a bit of a transformation from "knowledge-seeking old dwarf with a soft spot for those amusing children" into "grandfatherly guardian." He's still interested in learning and studying, but he realizes that there's a lot wrong with the world, and he intends to help the girls fix that.

    I know no one wants to lose their personal precious waifu, but I really think the story'd benefit from it.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)20:19 No.12705681
    >>12705509
    Keekee would have the most trouble, I think. Goldentusk won't have experience with balls in particular, but as lorekeeper for her tribe she'd be no stranger to formal gatherings where people wear elaborate garb and carry out strange rituals, most of which are ultimately related to showing off and/or finding a mate.

    Keekee's problems are going to start with "bathing" and continue from there. Especially since she'd probably be afraid of baths; something that makes you smell clean is a liability in the wilds, where all it does is make you stand out from your surroundings. Even worse, it erases your own smell/taste, and that's probably how kobolds identify each other underground.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)20:19 No.12705686
    THen either make it Keekee or Violet.
    Violet because of promising student/blossoming protege.
    KeeKee because thesis paper and being dead means no more proof for academia i.e. his own sense of slef worth and pride as a scholar.

    Something along the lines of' "YOU BASTARDS! YOU KILLED MY TEST SUBJECT!"
    Although if Violet got killed off, it would be a (silently) crying while mercilessly slaughtering ordeal.

    Sound good?
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)20:22 No.12705719
    >>12705656
    >>12705686

    >i hate this idea and don't understand it so i'm gonna troll and say they should die

    FUCK OFF.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)20:22 No.12705723
    >>12705686
    >>12705656
    I don't know
    Killing off a character just to prove things are srs is kind of stupid
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)20:24 No.12705740
    >>12705656
    Better, I think, would be to have them all die, be given a chance to Reincarnate (as per the spell) as members of the races they were raised by, and all of them independently choose to be Raised as themselves instead.

    For Professor Dwarf in particular, it would be the culmination of his own character arc.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)20:25 No.12705751
    >>12705740
    Also, we're in autosage. New thread? I think there's still some life left in this discussion.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)20:26 No.12705752
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    >>12705656
    >>12705686
    >>12705740
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)20:26 No.12705754
    >>12705740

    Now THAT sounds more plausible and a better TWEEST for the end of their adventures.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)20:26 No.12705763
    >>12705656
    >>12705686
    Really, I don't think we'll even go so far as for that needing to happen. We fleshed out some character concepts, had some draw- and writefaggotry going on and will probably move on our merry little way towards something completely unrelated before we have a huge campaign or story going on. Same with Noh and a few other /tg/ characters, it's what we always do. That is not a bad thing, mind you.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)20:27 No.12705767
    Hey, I would like to see them drop by some dwarven ruin/caravan ambush so Prof. Dwarfy can get get himself a DWARVEN AXE or a Steel Hammer, menacing with spikes of steel, on the hammer is an engraving, there is an engraving of a dwarf' there is an engraving of a carp, the dwarf is laughing, the carp is dead.

    >Shonrou Economics
    Captcha makes an interesting idea.
    Someone try to include this into their adventures please! Economics and corporate subterfuge FTW!
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)20:29 No.12705784
    >>12705752
    Wrong samefag.
    I was only
    >>12705686
    polite sage
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)20:39 No.12705882
    >>12705752
    And I was only >>12705740 and >>12705751.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)20:40 No.12705897
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    >>12705784
    >>12705882
    >anonymous imageboard
    nobody cares.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)21:01 No.12706138
    so... new thread time?
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)21:11 No.12706261
    Sure, why not?
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)21:19 No.12706345
    >>12705719
    >getting angry at the suggestion of having a fictional character die a hero's death
    Haha, oh wow. That says a lot about you and your involvement in this. I think it's time to turn off the computer and come back to reality.

    >>12705723
    Like I said, normally I would absolutely agree. But I really think it's justified in this case.

    >>12705763
    I'm going to be a bit of a dick now to make a point, but: why even bother if that's the case?

    I'm not a pretentious, EVERYTHING MUST BE SRS kind of person, but as it is, this is either just fetish fuel, or a bunch of grown-ass men pretending to be little girls. You might as well go over to /e/, /c/, or a freeform RP site if that's how it is.

    I really mean to criticize rather than to troll, though I know people are going to assume it's the latter.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)21:29 No.12706424
    >>12706345
    Well, that's the thing though
    These are, at heart, player characters
    Really, unless your a dick DM, you don't ever intentionally kill you characters
    oh, you challenge them, certainly, and try to break them anyway you can, but you don't kill one off randomly to hieghten "Drama"
    There are other ways to show that this is a sierious story for sierious people.
    I can see your points, but I'm afraid I'll have to respectfully disagree at this point- maybe, in the future, if a plot becomes more eveloped, we can see.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/10(Sat)21:43 No.12706574
    rolled 2, 1, 5 = 8

    Thanks for the reading material /tg/.
    >> Majestic Space Whale 11/06/10(Sat)22:07 No.12706814
    New Thread

    >>12706796



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