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    77 KB Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)15:32 No.1709686  
    ITT: When GM's go so bad it turns back into good.

    A while ago I got my hands on an Immovable Rod. I placed it in the air and told it to stay. The GM asks whether i'm stading to the east or west fo the rod. I say west. The GM states that I die. The rod shot forward at the same speed the earth revolves around the sun, as the rod is stuck in a universal stillpoint and the earth moved away from under it. The rod also cut its way through a large area of woods before being ejected into space.

    Later we used this trick to destory a castle.
    >> Shas'o R'myr !!TZikiEEr0tg 05/11/08(Sun)15:33 No.1709697
    Consider this idea stolen.
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)15:34 No.1709704
    Needs more urinating on your DM and his notes.

    As an expression of dissatisfaction, you understand.
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)15:35 No.1709712
    but... thats not... its moving twice the...

    RAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAGE!
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)15:35 No.1709715
    Sauce on pic.
    >> red black spiderman !!gmZ7B9l1yE+ 05/11/08(Sun)15:38 No.1709744
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    The ogre is your DM. The dwarves are your group.
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)15:40 No.1709766
    You know that means that in one year the planet is doomed.

    the planet will revolve around until it hits the immovable rod
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)15:41 No.1709776
    Your GM is dumb. That's not how it works. It fixes itself on a metaphysical place, not a hardliner science physical place.
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)15:42 No.1709780
    >>1709776
    it can also be moved by sufficient force.
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)15:43 No.1709788
    >>1709686
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)15:43 No.1709792
    >>1709788

    Sorry, my bad. Anyway, stupid GM but amusing story. Even if it's rage worthy.
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)15:44 No.1709799
    >>1709766
    I doubt the fucking PLANET can't make a DC30 Strength check.
    >> Shas'o R'myr !!TZikiEEr0tg 05/11/08(Sun)15:44 No.1709800
    >>1709776

    Couldn't you specify though?
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)15:46 No.1709812
    >>1709766
    That would depend on which direction the entire star system and galaxy it was part of was moving.
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)15:46 No.1709813
    >>1709780
    >>1709799
    then it really should be changed to the "Nearly Immovable Rod" then, shouldnt it?
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)15:46 No.1709814
    >>1709776
    Hardline science DM.
    Makes shit silly.
    >> Shas'o R'myr !!TZikiEEr0tg 05/11/08(Sun)15:50 No.1709835
    Actually it would not hit the planet, as not only the planet orbiting its sun, the sun orbits the galactic center, and the galaxy is moving from the central big bang point. In theory the planet should never see that immovabl rod again once out of range. Any other passersby however...
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)15:51 No.1709853
    >>1709835
    WEAPON OF INTERGALACTIC DESTRUCTION!!!!!!!!!!!
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)15:53 No.1709862
    >>1709835
    "These... are the voyages... of the starship..."
    CLANG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    "WHAT THE FUCK WAS THAT?!?"
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)15:53 No.1709867
    source on the motivator pic?
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)15:53 No.1709873
    Anyway, it's stupid. Movement is relative. Immovable rods are relative to the user. It's just as hardcore physics logical as having an immovable rod relative to the center of the big bang.
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)15:54 No.1709874
    >>1709835
    Ok next session I'm SO building a WALL of immovable rods.
    To dick over other planets.
    >> Anonymous, Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 05/11/08(Sun)15:55 No.1709883
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    >>1709853
    I doubt it would hit anything else. Space is mostly empty space.
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)15:57 No.1709901
    >>1709883
    Fucking solid matter is mostly empty space.
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)15:57 No.1709906
    >>1709874
    GO CLIMB A WALL OF IMMOVABLE RODS
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)15:58 No.1709914
    >>1709883
    it would logically hit the planet the following year
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)15:59 No.1709924
    >>1709914
    Only if it's orbiting the galactic centre at the same speed.
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)16:00 No.1709926
    >>1709906
    "You encounter a wall made of rods"
    "I climb it. I pass the check"
    "A nearby parrot yells "stay". The wall of immovable rods is shot into space as its now stuck in a spacial hardpoint and the planet rotates from underneath it"
    "....wat?"
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)16:00 No.1709930
    >>1709862
    "Red Five to Gold Leader, I'm going in!"
    "(mechanical wheeze)I have you now...(/mechanical wheeze)"
    CLANG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    "(mechanical wheeze)"WHAT THE FUCK WAS THAT?!? (/mechanical wheeze)"
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)16:01 No.1709935
    >>1709926
    If that wall immediately stop moving, then you'd experience an impact equivalent to running into it at several hundred thousand miles per hour.
    >> John Cornelius Oliver 05/11/08(Sun)16:01 No.1709936
    We did exactly the opposite thing in my D&D campaign. Immovables rods do not move due to the movement of the planet/solar system/galaxy/universe. In relation to the environment you place them in they stay perfectly still.
    Also if you are going to start arguing physics let the DM know that in many D&D settings the Universe does not work the same way since Earth(or anything like it) is just the material plane and doesn't have to be nigh-infinite OR expanding.

    What I did was get boots of levitation(straight up and down movement only). A necklace of adaption(creates a bubble of air around you, at least your head). and two immovable rods. I floated straight up miles into the sky until I reached sufficient height and then activated the rods and just watched the planet spin underneath me. I was a fighter/barbarian with no way getting a teleport so this was the next best solution in my eyes.
    >> Shas'o R'myr !!TZikiEEr0tg 05/11/08(Sun)16:02 No.1709952
    >>1709914

    No it wouldn't, as the galaxy and sun have also moved, the rod would be somewhere and the planet would be far away, considering orbits in space are VERY VERY FAST.

    I remember this sci-fi story where this dude could make anything happen with MINDPOWERS. Anyway he uses his MINDPOWERS to stop the earth's rotation. Shit FLIES, son. Inertia kept things going. Anyway he realizes he fucked up and uses his MINDPOWERS to reset everything.

    We are careening through the cosmos fast. We'd be far from the rod at any point.
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)16:03 No.1709966
    >>1709936
    The game was on Earth. It was specificaly stated.
    Aparently a wizard did it, then he disappeared in a puff of logic.
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)16:04 No.1709973
    >>1709930
    "I am a leaf on the wind..."
    CLANG!!!!!
    "WASH, WHAT THE GORRAM FUCK WAS THAT????"
    >> Edward !F8wHraWURw 05/11/08(Sun)16:07 No.1709986
    >>1709973
    "In the grim darkness of the future, there is only wa--"
    CLANG
    "Ah, FUCK!"
    >> Anonymous, Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 05/11/08(Sun)16:08 No.1709992
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    >>1709914
    Only if the universe is centered around that particular sun, and that sun would have to have to be ridiculously massive that the rod would be the least of your worries.
    >> Anonymous, Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 05/11/08(Sun)16:11 No.1710020
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    >>1709936
    >We did exactly the opposite thing in my D&D campaign. Immovables rods do not move due to the movement of the planet/solar system/galaxy/universe. In relation to the environment you place them in they stay perfectly still.
    This is quite correct. Wizards wouldn't be making the things if they were a difficult to implement weapon. They were made for a very specific reason that is made clear in the description.
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)16:13 No.1710032
    >>1709986
    Palladium Books Presents
    FINAL SEIGE
    RIFTS: Seige On Tolkeen(tm)SIX
    COALITION WARS

    IN THE SHADOW OF VICTORY
    Circa 109 PA
    The success of the Sorcerer's Revenge has crushed the Coalition Arm-
    CLANG!!!!!!
    "WHAT THE FUCK WAS THAT?!?!"
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)16:13 No.1710033
    >>1710020
    So they're immovable, but they're not totally immobile?
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)16:19 No.1710084
    if immovable rods worked like that, noone would buy them, and as such no one would make them.

    i had a similar story.

    i cast freedom of movement while in the ocean, and the dm ruled that since water inhibits motion, it stopped working, (as in, buoyancy stopped working) so I fell to my death. We later used that to kill something or other by tricking it into accepting the spell.
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)16:21 No.1710092
    >>1709766
    Nope. The solar system and galaxy are also moving. You'd never see the rod again.
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)16:21 No.1710094
    >>1710084
    Wait, you fell to your death through the ocean?

    ...ow
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)16:32 No.1710172
    http://imagine.gsfc.nasa.gov/docs/ask_astro/answers/970401c.html

    Well, here is some data on the speed of the earths rotation and orbit around the sun. if anybody wants to make future notes...
    >> SiggyPoo !GQUOsC9mgk 05/11/08(Sun)16:37 No.1710205
    Jesus. What a stupid session you had, OP.

    Do designers have to write "Geostationary Orbital Immovable Rod" for you?
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)16:47 No.1710307
    For future reference, when that DM asks you "east or west", you say NORTH
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)16:55 No.1710354
    OP here.
    A later use for the immovable doomrod was to tie a circular saw blade to it, and attach a small wind fan to the saw.

    When we axctivated the rod, the fan made the saw spin at godfuckRPM.

    This was the same session when we nuked a castle with the rods.

    The DM later stated that after the castle incident, Immovable Rods were illegalised.
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)16:57 No.1710371
    >>1710354
    So in other words, your PCs existed in a bubble world where nothing ever happens.

    Nice.
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)17:01 No.1710417
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    I propose that the Immovable Rod can set it's reference to whatever the player claims (perhaps some sort of check should be made upon trying to change the rods reference). You could set it to reference the sun and grab it next year, or you could set it to follow the earth's center and get it next day.

    This brings an interesting question of the actual mechanics behind an Immovable Rod. Is it attached to the terminal point of a vector, the origin at the reference object) or just at a set distance from the reference object?

    The difference being, one would force the rod to remain completely still in relation to the reference (fig 1), while the other would allow the rod to freely rotate the references center of mass (fig 2)

    Further more, is the rod itself locked rotationally to the reference, or must it merely satisfy the same relative from the object? Fig 3 shows the kind of movement to expect from a free rotating, non vector rod.

    Once all these variables are taken into account, a PC with sufficient stats should be able to manipulate a Immovable Rod to do some awesome shit (fig 4)
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)17:04 No.1710443
    This is how Immovable rods will work in all my games from now on.
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)17:08 No.1710475
    immovable rod attached to a throwing spear etc. Once you've impaled a target, activate the rod and watch your victim fly off into space.
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)17:09 No.1710479
    what the hell is the point of that ship in the OPs pic?!
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)17:10 No.1710486
    >>1710479
    To combat anti-spirals
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)17:11 No.1710492
    >>1710479
    to transport sentient planets, it is in fact one of their lighter ships
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)17:12 No.1710493
    >>1710475
    or squished against the ground in some cases
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)17:12 No.1710494
    Would it be possible for a wizard to temporarily/perma turn a common rod / staff into an inmovable rod via a spell ? Maybe with added Glue: Any object touching this object is stuck ?
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)17:16 No.1710534
    ITT: we fail at relativity.

    As to OP's pic: it is actually possible to build a structure of any size and shape with kinetic components. If you hurl heavy slugs at high speed along looping magnetic rails, the momentum / centrifugal force can be used to counteract gravity without relying on long structural pillars.
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)17:17 No.1710550
    >>1710494
    Were do you think Immovable Rods come from? Trees?
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)17:19 No.1710568
    Sauce for OP pic?
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)17:24 No.1710617
    >>1710568
    It's actually a nanobot. Those are airborne molecules, not planets.
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)17:26 No.1710631
    >>1710617
    My mind... you have fucked it.
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)17:28 No.1710653
    >>1710631
    Well it wasn't witty to begin with.
    Still need sauce for massive fap fest.
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)17:36 No.1710716
    >>1710417
    Theses are my new rules
    >> Commissar Iratus 05/11/08(Sun)17:37 No.1710732
    God DAMMIT, science! Why must you ruin everything?
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)17:39 No.1710754
    Well, if you set the Immovable Rod at the right time of day, it should tear through the earth at some insane speed, destroying life as we know it.
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)17:49 No.1710873
    Veteran Marine Ezekiel of the Harbingers Second Company’s Special Operations Squad sat on his helmet atop a small hill. Pain shot throughout his body, but he sat perfectly still as the squad’s apothecary tended to the most serious of his injuries, a bolter wound in his right shoulder.

    He had a thing for catching bullets just below the shoulder pad of his mighty space marine power armour.

    “Blasted Orks…” he said out loud as he surveyed the corpse-ridden battlefield.

    Two of his marine brothers had fallen, protecting this useless pillar. What use was it to the Imperium anyways?

    They had withstood an entire wave of those blasted Xenos, but even though the kill ratio was more than a hundred to one, they were still far too great losses to the already struggling chapter.

    A green plague was spreading throughout this planet and even with the help of two of the mighty Space Marine Chapters, it was apparent that this was a war that couldn’t be won.

    “The Ultramarines have already cleared this sector and evacuated the -"
    CLANG!!
    "WHAT THE FUCK WAS THAT?!"
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)17:53 No.1710920
    >>1710873
    whoever gets hit by it would get stuck on it, sent hurtling through the planet and then into space.
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)17:58 No.1710981
    >>1710920
    How many trademarks is that damn rod infringing on by now?
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)18:32 No.1711351
    epic lulz
    >> Anonymous, Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 05/11/08(Sun)18:41 No.1711406
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    I have to kill you, and see what sort of reaction Suzumiya Haruki will have.

    ...Haruki, Haruki, it's always bloody Haruki! You're getting way too damn popular, Haruki!

    Asakura sighed as I desperately began to tense my legs to try and leap over a table to escape. "Hmm... what did I just say? I should have just done this from the beginning, I suppose."

    I couldn't move my body.

    The second he said those words, my entire body just - froze - in place. H-hey! No fair! That's cheating, you bastard!

    My feet were rooted to the ground like a tree, unable to move even the smallest muscle. My arms were fixed like a wax statue, and I couldn't even blink. All I could do was stare, horrified, at Asakura's face as he slowly approached, bringing the katana around to a ready position.

    "Once you die, Suzumiya Haruki is bound to have some sort of reaction. This may result in a massive data explosion from which we may salvage something. This might be the one-in-a-million-chance for us."

    I still have no freaking idea what you're on about!

    "So please." he smiled. "Die!"

    He swung his sword around. This is it, I thought oddly calmly, trying desperately to squeeze my eyes tightly shut as the whistling sound of the sword filled my world.
    WHOMPF!!
    "WHAT THE FUCK WAS THAT?!"
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)18:43 No.1711420
    My bard used an immovable rod to secure any ominous doors which looked like they would slam shut after us
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)18:45 No.1711447
    >>1711406

    Needs version with Ork intead of Kyonko and Space Marine instead of Asakura
    >> d20modernfag 05/11/08(Sun)18:46 No.1711454
    Once again, another attempt to reason a magical effect out with science.
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)18:50 No.1711490
    The cousin of the immoveable rod is the unstoppable rod. While moving the rod, you activate it, and it will not stop moving at that speed and in that direction until it hits something that can stop it.

    If an Unstoppable Rod impacts an Immoveable Rod, there is an effect similar to what is described for a portable hole being put inside a Bag of Holding.
    >> Anonymous, Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 05/11/08(Sun)19:00 No.1711589
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    >>1711447
    So we can imply that a Space Marine is about to rape an ork?
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)19:02 No.1711613
    >>1711589
    damnit, and if you put it the origional way around again you get the whole FEMALE SPEHS MAREEENS thing
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)19:03 No.1711619
    >>1709930
    "WHAT THE FUCK WAS THAT" is now a meme.
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)19:03 No.1711621
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    >>1710920
    Wat
    >> Anonymous, Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 05/11/08(Sun)19:04 No.1711625
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    >>1711613
    XOM IS AMUSED, and so am I.
    >> Anonymous, Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 05/11/08(Sun)19:06 No.1711641
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    Every one of my campaigns will now have a random background non-player character getting hit wi
    CLANG!!
    "WHAT THE FUCK WAS THAT?!"
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)19:13 No.1711709
    Literal immovable rods shall now and forever be in my magical bargain bins at the Mage-Mart
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)19:31 No.1711878
    >>1710084
    Next time use IRON HEART SURGE
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)19:32 No.1711888
    >>1710354
    Let's translate the DM.
    BAAAAAAAWWWWW, I RAILROAD PLAYERS AND I DON'T LIKE WHEN THINGS DON'T GO LIKE I PLANNED!!!!
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)22:40 No.1713267
    Can someone post what rulebooks actually say about Immovable Rods?
    >> Anonymous 05/11/08(Sun)23:54 No.1713808
    >>1713267
    By pressing a button on one end of this rod (a Move
    Action), it becomes immobile, even in thin air. It can
    support 8,000 pound before it will dislodged.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)00:00 No.1713855
    In our current campaign, our PC are basically the bitches of this world. We're beaten, bosses around, have our souls stolen, and collars around our throats that are impossible to get off. These collars allow the person who we're bound to do make us do anything they want, and if they are attacked, they can shift the damage to us, instead of taking it.

    After 10+ adventures of these, our PC's finally broke, and we did everything we could to commit suicide. The Wizard who we're bound to now has to make us eat, drink, sleep, stop us from killing ourselves and one another, stop us from jumping off cliffs, and everything else. We've come up with the most extreme ways to try to kill ourselves, and the DM has to figure out a way to stop it.

    On a note; The campaign is made of fucking win. I'm not bitching about the DM, but this is the first time I've heard of an attempted TPK by the players.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)01:47 No.1714660
    >>1713855
    You rig up a lot of traps to repeatedly damage the controller. GG, you managed to kill yourselves.
    >> /tg/'s resident theatrefag !!RrSP6oDFCYt 05/12/08(Mon)02:04 No.1714755
    "It's ok Lee, I've been to earth, I'm going to-"
    *CLANG!*
    "WHAT THE FUCK WAS THAT"
    >> Double_Golbat !pnicnCTgx. 05/12/08(Mon)02:09 No.1714777
    I can now see the next made up story in an epic game thread.

    "So our thief wanted this +1 helmet, so I tied it to an immovable rod just out of his reach and bound him as the reference point."
    >> /tg/'s resident theatrefag !!RrSP6oDFCYt 05/12/08(Mon)02:09 No.1714778
    "BOSS! BOSS! WE'Z GETTIN NEAR DA HUMIES PLANET!"
    "OI'Z BIN WAITIN FER A PROPER FOIGHT, AN DEEZ HUMIES-"
    CLANG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    "WHAT DA ZOG WUZ DAT?!?!"
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)02:10 No.1714788
    This thread made me loCLANG

    WHAT THE FUCK WAS THAT?
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)02:14 No.1714810
    >>1714777
    Any force exerted on the rod would be exerted on the reference object. If you lifted the rod (it would weigh the same as the player) the player would lift. Sounds like a good way of exerting force while bypassing blunt force trauma.

    :)
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)02:17 No.1714822
    IN THE GRIMDARK FUTURE OF THE WORLD THERE ARE ONLY IMMOVABLE RO
    *CLANG!!*
    GOD DAMMIT WHY
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)02:19 No.1714838
    >>1714777

    This is seven kinds of win.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)02:19 No.1714840
    John Stalvern waited. The lights above him blinked and sparked out of the air. There were demons in the base. He didn't see them, but had expected them now for years. His warnings to Cernel Joson were not listenend to and now it was too late. Far too late for now, anyway.
    John was a space marine for fourteen years. When he was young he watched the spaceships and he said to dad "I want to be on the ships daddy."
    Dad said "No! You will BE KILL BY DEMONS"
    There was a time when he believed him. Then as he got oldered he stopped. But now in the space station base of the UAC he knew there were demons.
    "This is Joson" the radio crackered. "You must fight the demons!"
    So John gotted his palsma rifle and blew up the wall.
    "HE GOING TO KILL US" said the demons
    "I will shoot at him" said the cyberdemon and he fired the rocket missiles. John plasmaed at him and tried to blew him up. But then the ceiling fell and they were trapped and not able to kill.
    "No! I must kill the demo--"
    CLANG
    "What the hell was that?"
    >> Anonymous, Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 05/12/08(Mon)02:20 No.1714844
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    >>1714810
    True, in order to remain within range of the reference object the forces would be two way. If they do some of these overboard weapons tactics with it then they'll most likely end up pulverizing the reference object.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)02:22 No.1714859
    yeah really it would tear off in some random direction, as the rules of universal expansion go, we are actually TEARING ASS through space at fuck-all-fast speeds.

    Relativity is made of brain.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)02:32 No.1714927
    I love immovable rods. I rolled a rogue in my friend's IK campaign. When I figured out what a bad idea that was, I started multi-classing arcane mechanic.

    I ended up building a convergence engine that incorporated, among other things, a pair of immovable rods on lengths of cable attached to an automatic winch. The activation switches were on the harness for the entire mess.

    Need a parachute? Drop one of the rods as you're falling and hit the switch. Need a grappling hook, even if there's nothing to hook? There you go. I was going to take "exotic weapon- immovable rod" to knock people off horses and such, but the DM got tired of me messing with it and broke my gear.

    I'm proud of that to this day.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)02:34 No.1714950
    >>1714859
    We're actually moving so fast that other galaxies are red-shifted considerably. Red shift requires MASSIVE speeds.

    M-M-M-MASSIVE!
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)02:36 No.1714964
    >We're actually moving so fast that other galaxies are red-shifted considerably. Red shift requires MASSIVE relative speed.

    fix'd
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)02:37 No.1714976
    >Need a parachute? Drop one of the rods as you're falling and hit the switch.

    how does this work? wouldn't it rip your arm off
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)02:37 No.1714977
    >>1714964
    >relative

    FUCK OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOFF
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)02:39 No.1714991
    >>1714976
    You are not joined directly to the rod. The winch begins to unwind and you just squeeze on the breaks.
    >> Anonymous, Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 05/12/08(Mon)02:40 No.1714996
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    >>1714976
    It counts on what acceleration you reach before you trigger it.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)02:40 No.1714997
    >>1714976

    It was attached to a cable attached to a harness. Sure, there would probably be some bruising, but it's better then hitting the ground at terminal velocity.
    >> Anonymous, Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 05/12/08(Mon)02:40 No.1715001
    >>1714996
    Ack! velocity not acceleration.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)02:42 No.1715011
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    >>1715001
    >>1715001
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)02:43 No.1715020
    yeah i missed the whole harness thing, makes sense now
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)02:46 No.1715038
    >>1714991
    >breaks
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)02:53 No.1715087
    >>1710084

    By that rationale, casting freedom of movement on solid ground would cause you to fall through the ground toward the center of gravity's pull.
    Buoyancy is a matter of density. The force that keeps you from falling through water is the same force that keeps you from falling through the earth.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)02:55 No.1715097
    The man in black fled across the desert, and the gunsling *CLANK*
    WHAT THE FUCK WAS THAT?
    >> SKELET0R !!dhpKA8D7IUe 05/12/08(Mon)02:55 No.1715102
    So, how does this work with Gay robot sex?
    clangclangclangclangclangCLANG
    "AUGH, OPTIMUS, WHY IS THERE AN IMMOVABLE ROD IN MY-"
    "That's MY Immovable rod."
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)02:58 No.1715108
    >>1715102
    Robots don't have genders, you fucking faggot.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)02:58 No.1715110
    >>1715102
    *WANG*
    WHAT THE FUCK WAS THAT?
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)02:59 No.1715112
    Wow... Not a single decent "WHAT THE FUCK WAS THAT" drawfag product yet...
    >> Random Death Star-Sized Sapient Disco Ball of Tzeentch !4T1uHiOuyE 05/12/08(Mon)03:00 No.1715119
    >>1715108
    You obviously haven't been on /cm/ lately. Stupid sexy Starscream...
    >> Anonymous, Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 05/12/08(Mon)03:11 No.1715157
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    Try on this maid outfCLANG
    WHAT THE FUCK WAS THAT?
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)03:12 No.1715160
    >>1715157
    THERE we go!
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)03:14 No.1715172
    >>1715157
    FUCK YES.
    >> The Greedy GlobeTrotter !V7Kqwinwow 05/12/08(Mon)03:35 No.1715276
    >>1715157

    Oh god lol.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)03:36 No.1715281
    >>1715119


    *cough* Here. >>1710417


    This entire thread needs to be archived. If this doesn't become a meme, I will BAWWWW.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)03:37 No.1715284
    >>1715157
    fukkin lol
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)03:38 No.1715289
    >>1715281
    Well it's off to a good sta-
    (nearby cleric)DUCK!
    wha-*CLANG* WHAT THE FUCK WAS THAT?
    >> Anonymous, Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 05/12/08(Mon)03:38 No.1715292
    >>1715281
    You replied to the wrong posCLANG
    WHAT THE FUCK WAS THAT?
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)03:42 No.1715310
    My next horrible Deus Ex Machina kill will be the Universal Stillpoint Immovable Rod striking through someone
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)03:46 No.1715335
    I see this as becoming /tg/'s Candlej
    *CLANG*
    WHAT THE FUCK WAS THAT?
    >> Anonymous, Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 05/12/08(Mon)03:50 No.1715351
    >>1715335
    We already have the squCLANG
    What in tarnation?
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)03:50 No.1715355
    >>1715335

    /tg/ already has those. We call them Squa
    *CLANG*
    WHAT THE FUCK WAS THAT?
    >> Anonymous, Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 05/12/08(Mon)03:51 No.1715358
    >>1715351
    >>1715355
    SQUAT MI
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)03:51 No.1715360
    >>1715355
    >>1715351
    Squatclangmind
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)03:51 No.1715361
    >>1715360
    >>1715358
    SQUATMINDMIND
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)03:57 No.1715396
    >>1715361
    What is this SquCHANG
    WHAT THE FUCK WAS THAT?!
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)04:03 No.1715448
    >>1715396
    ...Chang?
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)04:05 No.1715469
    >>1715448
    In the far east, even sound effects are different.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)04:06 No.1715478
    I attach a large chain to a mountain, grapple the Universal Stillpoint Rod and lock the chain to the rod.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)04:07 No.1715481
    >>1715448
    Damn asian knockoff immovable rods...
    >> Random Death Star-Sized Sapient Disco Ball of Tzeentch !4T1uHiOuyE 05/12/08(Mon)04:07 No.1715484
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    >>1715448
    I'M IN UR CHINA KILLIN UR CAPITALI
    CLANG
    WHAT THE FUCK WAS THAT?!
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)04:08 No.1715489
    >>1715478
    Laws if inertia fling you and every other non-bolted to the bedrock item off the planet.
    >> Anonymous, Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 05/12/08(Mon)04:09 No.1715499
    >>1715478
    It would either break the chain or rip off part of the mountain.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)04:10 No.1715501
    *clang*
    WHAT THE FUCK WAS
    *WHAM*
    OH SHIT!
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)04:11 No.1715507
    >>1715499
    The Universal Stillpoint Rod now has a long chain and a mountain stuck to it.

    CLANG just got upgraded.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)04:12 No.1715515
    This thread made me shit my pants laughing.
    God, sometimes I fucking love you, /tg/
    >> Anonymous, Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 05/12/08(Mon)04:13 No.1715522
    >>1715507
    Nah, the mountain would break up, and the chain would probably have been ripped off.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)04:14 No.1715527
    >>1715481
    >>1715469
    >>1715484
    Fucking dying with laughter. Seriously archive this shit.
    4chanarchive.org is your friend.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)04:14 No.1715528
    So.... What would be a proper GP cost for an actual Universal Stillpoint Rod?
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)04:14 No.1715530
    >>1715522
    Adamantium Chain
    secured to a Adamantium Vein inside a mountain.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)04:15 No.1715534
    >>1715528
    I'd say that's about four hu-
    CLANG
    WHAT THE FUCK WAS THAT?!
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)04:15 No.1715536
    >>1715528
    same as a normal one
    you just don't say its the universal stillpoint edition.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)04:17 No.1715539
    >>1715536
    And if I'm NOT the DM?
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)04:17 No.1715540
    >>1715536
    Universal Stillpoint Rod Trap.
    >> Anonymous, Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 05/12/08(Mon)04:17 No.1715542
    >>1715530
    D&D adamantium isn't indestructible.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)04:18 No.1715545
    >>1715542
    blasts, foiled again!

    On the subject of realphysics in DnD, what other items/spells could be made to do shit like this?
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)04:19 No.1715551
    >>1715545
    X of unending Y always has a antimater counterpart that activates at the same time to preserve balance of existing mater.
    >> Anonymous, Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 05/12/08(Mon)04:19 No.1715553
    Its after 4 here and I don't want to be up all night, so good night.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)04:20 No.1715556
    >>1715545
    An Electric Burst sword and a Decanter of Endless Water on "Geyser"?
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)04:25 No.1715580
    On the subject of realphysics and blah blah stupid crap, relativity says No to any "universal stillpoint" ever. First of all, we're not all shooting away from an intergalactic universal centerpoint where the big bang happened; space itself is expanding. That's why all stars are moving away from us equally.

    However, there still are no "stationary points" in space. EVERY kind of motion is relative, so there is nothing that you can claim to have zero velocity. The idea of a reference point still works, the reference point just can't be the fabric of space itself.

    Okay, nerd rage over. I just needed to get that overwi*CLANG*
    WHAT THE FUCK? SERIOUSLY?!?
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)04:28 No.1715588
    Hmm... if it can only take 8,000 lbs of pressure before being dislodged/broken and having the effect fall away, I doubt it would destroy a whole castle.
    >> SiggyPoo !GQUOsC9mgk 05/12/08(Mon)04:33 No.1715603
    >>1715553
    Cool. Same time zone as me, east coast US.
    *CRASH*
    WHAT THE FUCK?? MY WINDOWS!
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)04:34 No.1715606
    >>1715603
    Yeah, Windows does tend to do th*WUNK*
    MY MINIS! FUCK! WHAT THE HELL?!
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)04:46 No.1715643
    >>1715588
    Given the speed it would accelerate at I doubt it could stand wind resistance.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)04:48 No.1715652
    >>1715588
    Magical items explode when destroyed.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)04:50 No.1715664
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    >>1715652
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)04:52 No.1715671
    >>1715652

    It never actually specifies if they *BOOM*
    ...
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)04:53 No.1715678
    We need two more people to go to 4chanarchive.org, click "request interface", put 1709686 into the thread ID box, move the dropdown to /tg/, and fill out the captcha...
    >> SKELET0R !!dhpKA8D7IUe 05/12/08(Mon)04:58 No.1715689
    Thanks for your request.
    It has been added to our database and the thread will be archived as soon as enough request for that thread have been made.
    This thread has been requested 5 times now.

    Congrats, your request has just triggered the archival process for thread 1709686

    Please keep this page open until it stops loading. After the first archival the thread will be updated regularly until it dies.
    After the archival the thread is waiting to be reviewed by the mods, which means it can take a few days until it is available in the archive.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)04:58 No.1715694
    >>1715678

    Suptg not good enough for you?
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)04:59 No.1715695
    >>1715689
    Fuck yeah!
    >> Bob 05/12/08(Mon)05:05 No.1715714
    So, if I am looking at the /tg/ archive service correctly, it still deletes things after a certain (albeit longer) period of time, as I can no longer find my favorite thread, the original DC 80 Escape Artist check anal applications thread.

    ....did the Anal Spelunker prestige class ever get finished?
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)05:05 No.1715716
    >>1715694
    Nope, not really. 4chanarchive is more stable and is used more frequently. Suptg is to 4chanarchive as 7chan is to 4chan.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)05:05 No.1715718
    >>1715714

    View All.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)05:06 No.1715725
    >>1715714
    I don't think that thread ever was fully archved. Neither was the Flying Whale Zeppelin thread.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)05:09 No.1715741
    >>1715716
    less cluttered and more managable?
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)10:29 No.1716980
    >>1713855
    Sounds like everyone in your campaign have major sado/masochism fetishes.
    >> Synbios !TUyewbhdRo 05/12/08(Mon)10:35 No.1716999
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    >>1716980
    This is their new BBEG.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)10:39 No.1717016
    >>1715716
    So I guess the 12chan of archives is a set of torrents doing the rounds before the owners get v&?
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)13:28 No.1717927
    I dunno, this thread doesn't really seem good enough to arCLANG
    What the fuck was that?
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)14:15 No.1718182
    >>It can support 8,000 pound before it will dislodged.

    A planet's mass is over 8,000 pounds even in the goddamn Foam Plane.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)14:20 No.1718224
    >>1709686

    Jesus, that's not how it works at all.

    Ever heard of general/special relativity? There are NO privileged frames of reference.. There is no such thing as a "universal stillpoint."

    If anything, it would be still with reference to the holder's frame of reference.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)14:21 No.1718232
    this entire thread is made of CLANG and lol
    *CLANG*
    OH GOD THE PAIN
    >> Anonymous, Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 05/12/08(Mon)14:24 No.1718251
    >>1718224
    Thats already been pointed out several times.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)14:30 No.1718295
    >>1718251

    Yeah, sorry, I nerdraged, THEN read the thread.
    >> Anonymous, Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 05/12/08(Mon)14:31 No.1718300
    >>1718295
    It happens on here.
    >> Harabec Weathers 05/12/08(Mon)14:37 No.1718345
    Do I smell a new mem-
    CLANG
    What the fuck was that?!?
    >> Sailor OGLE-2005-BLG-390Lb, Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 05/12/08(Mon)14:44 No.1718394
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    Hey honey, did you remember t
    CLANG
    What the fuck was that?
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)14:46 No.1718406
    Her heart was pounding in her chest and her head was spinning as her hand grasped his cock again. What am I doing? She thought. She closed her eyes for a second; almost as if this was just a weird dream ... something from a wild fantasy, never to be thought of in the light of day. She almost hoped it was a fantasy. However, when she opened her eyes LIIVI’s cock was still staring her in the face.

    It's so big, she thought. The girth and length of the mon-keigh’s cock simply amazed her. Her fingertips could barely touch. Suddenly she gave a start when she felt LIIVI's hand on her head.

    She looked up and saw that his eyes were closed and his mouth was open. Then she felt pressure on the back of her head, drawing her face closer to him. This was crazy, insane…she thought. Yet, she put up only a moment of resistance before allowing him to draw her lips closer and closer to his swollen cock. A second later her lips were touching the dripping head. With a flick of his hips, she felt his cock part her lips and enter her mouth.

    "Ohhhhh….Talde- "
    CLANG!

    WHAT THE FUCK WAS THAT?!
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)14:48 No.1718420
    >>1718406
    YES
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)14:50 No.1718428
    WELCOME TO THE WOR--
    *CLANG*
    What the fuck was that?
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)14:53 No.1718451
    If you take the blue pill, you wake up, and everything will remain as it was.

    And if I take the red pill?

    If you take the red pill, we'll see just how far down the rabbit hole we-

    CLANG!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    WHAT THE FUCK WAS THAT????
    >> Anko Kamura [Sailor Gliese 851c] !F8wHraWURw 05/12/08(Mon)14:55 No.1718461
    Space. The Final Frontier. These are the voyages of the Starship Enterprise, its continuing mission, to expl-
    CLANG
    Riker, what the hell was that?!
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)14:55 No.1718468
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    ZA WARUDO!

    WHAT THE FUCK IS THAT?
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)15:00 No.1718492
    I must not fear.
    Fear is the mind-killer.
    Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration.
    I will face my fear.
    I will permit it to pass over me and through me.
    And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path.
    Where the fear has gone there will be no-

    CLANG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    What the fuck was that????
    Ow, needle... shit.....
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)15:02 No.1718508
    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles,
    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles,
    Heroes in a half-she-

    CLANG!!!!!!

    What the fuck was-
    NO!!! MIKEY!!!!!!!!
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)15:09 No.1718556
    Get a piece of armour and curse it with the spell.

    They put in on and BAM, motherfucking dismembered.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)15:13 No.1718592
    >>1718182
    The Foam Plane would make an awesome campaign setting.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)15:14 No.1718596
    >>1718592

    Nerf wars.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)15:18 No.1718632
    Jesus Jumping Pope on a Pogo stick.

    This thread still exists?! Fucking AWESOME
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)15:20 No.1718651
    >>1718556
    what?
    >> Concerned Commander 05/12/08(Mon)15:21 No.1718664
    >>1709862
    >>1709926
    >>1709930
    >>1709973
    >>1709986
    >>1710032
    >>1711406
    >>1711641
    >>1714755
    >>1714777
    >>1714778
    >>1714788
    >>1714822
    >>1714840
    >>1715097
    >>1715102
    >>1715110
    >>1715157
    >>1715289
    >>1715292
    >>1715351
    >>1715355
    >>1715358
    >>1715396
    >>1715484
    >>1715501
    >>1715534
    >>1715580
    >>1715603
    >>1715606
    >>1718232
    >>1718394
    >>1718345
    >>1718406
    >>1718428
    >>1718451
    >>1718461
    >>1718468
    >>1718492
    >>1718508

    I can't stop fucking laughing. I needed this. Thank you so god damned much /tg/. You are made of such godly win.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)15:25 No.1718684
    >>1718664
    Yeah, ain't it grea-

    CLANG!!!!!!!!!!!
    Whuh? Ooowwww, I wasn't ready....
    >> Sailor OGLE-2005-BLG-390Lb, Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 05/12/08(Mon)15:25 No.1718690
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    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)15:28 No.1718701
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    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)15:28 No.1718704
    >>1718690

    And stay out.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)15:32 No.1718730
    >>1718651
    What do you mean what?

    I am not that savy when it comes to the technical aspects of making items, but the idea remains.
    Armour + Immovable Object curse = lulz
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)15:33 No.1718739
    >>1718632

    It's an Immovable Thread.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)15:34 No.1718752
    Also, while I think about it, since when did "immovable" also mean "indestructible"?
    >> Concerned Commander 05/12/08(Mon)15:35 No.1718754
    STICKY THIS THREAD!!!
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)15:35 No.1718757
    if you had four immovable rods and they didn't work like they did in OP, could you use them to climb if you tied them to your hands and feet?
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)15:35 No.1718759
    >>1718752
    See
    >>1709966
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)15:36 No.1718767
    >>1718757
    Not tied, but set them as reference points, or something like that.
    >> corts crabble 05/12/08(Mon)15:37 No.1718771
    fuck, what I always did with cursed rods of complete immovability was this: because there is no known "universal standpoint" the immovable rod becomes immovable in all directions and at all speeds- so it's stationary relative to everything. This generally explodes the fuck out of the area, and thus makes it a great cursed item.
    >> Sailor OGLE-2005-BLG-390Lb, Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 05/12/08(Mon)15:38 No.1718775
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    >>1718757
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)15:40 No.1718788
    >>1718775
    that works too
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)15:41 No.1718799
    Here he comes,
    here comes Speed Racer,
    He's a demon on whe-

    CLANG!!!!
    CRASH!!!!!
    OH MY GOD, I HAVEN'T SEEN A TRAGEDY LIKE THIS SINCE DALE EARNHARDT!!!!
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)15:43 No.1718811
    >>1718799
    Just as planned.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)15:43 No.1718812
    >>1718739
    Oh gods you fucking broke my roflgland.
    >> Concerned Commander 05/12/08(Mon)15:43 No.1718813
    >>1718799
    >>1718799

    I've just about pissed myself laughing.... Dear gods, I'll be back later, and this better be a fucking sticky.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)15:48 No.1718844
    "Fianlly, I, Abaddon the Despoiler, lead my glorious forces onto Terra!
    "Come men, just a single step more and I will be victori-
    CLANG!!

    FUUUUUUUUuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuucccckkkkk...
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)15:48 No.1718847
    "What the hell was that?"
    "One galatic cycle?"
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)15:49 No.1718853
    >>1718757
    Two rods and sufficient upper body strength should be enough to let you climb.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)15:51 No.1718860
    >>1718853
    >sufficient upper body strength
    >/tg/ - Traditional Games
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)15:52 No.1718869
    We were somewhere around Barstow on the edge of the desert when the drugs began to take hold.
    I remember saying something like "I feel a bit lightheaded; maybe you should drive..." And suddenly-
    *KLANG*
    Holy Jesus, what are these goddamn animals?
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)15:55 No.1718882
    >>1718752
    if any part of the rod can be damaged it implies the molecules are being broken apart, dented in, etc ... moved. If the rod is immovable then the whole rod should be immovable on a molecular scale.
    >> corts crabble 05/12/08(Mon)15:57 No.1718896
    >>1718882
    the button's not immovable- you can still hit it. Thus, the button of an immovable rod can be cut off.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)15:59 No.1718904
    >>1718869
    THREAD

    FUCKING

    OVER!
    >> Sailor OGLE-2005-BLG-390Lb, Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 05/12/08(Mon)16:02 No.1718926
    >>1718896
    Wait, then it would never turn off.
    >> Litfag 05/12/08(Mon)16:04 No.1718939
    >>1718904
    It was a toss-up between Anna Karenina and Fear and Loathing. I went for the one that I thought more people would get.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)16:05 No.1718949
    >>1718904

    No. More /tg/ images now need to be shooped into this fa-

    *CLANG*

    WHAT THE FUCK WAS THAT?
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)16:07 No.1718959
    >>1718939
    I officially love you for your choice. You are a winner. And were I there, I would fellate you night and day. Or give you mind blowing cunnilingus. Depending upon your gender. I don't care.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)16:08 No.1718971
    I'm sorry Mario, your princess is in another--

    CLANG!

    WHAT THE FUCK WAS THAT?!
    >> Litfag 05/12/08(Mon)16:14 No.1718992
    You have arrived. After a journey from the Mountainhomes into the forbidding winderness beyond, your harsh trek has finally ended.
    Whether by bolt, plow or hook, provide for your -
    *CLANG*
    Sakzul Tiristat has bled to death.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)16:19 No.1719024
    CLANG!

    WHAT THE FUCK WAS THAT?!CLANG!

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    WHAT THE FUCK WAS THAT?!
    >> Sailor OGLE-2005-BLG-390Lb, Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 05/12/08(Mon)16:24 No.1719046
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    >>1718468
    >ZA WARUCLANG
    >WHAT THE FUCK WAS THAT?
    Fix'd it for you.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)16:28 No.1719081
    >>1719046

    That's more like it.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)16:28 No.1719082
    So wait, the button on an Immovable Rod is Immovable also? Or is it still able to be pressed?
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)16:30 No.1719097
    CLANG!

    WHAT THE FUCK WAS THAT?!CLANG!

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    >> Canada !!22Vmeqk/omn 05/12/08(Mon)16:33 No.1719124
    Fighter: I declare dodge on the pit fiend, and draw my sword
    DM: You hear a loud "Clang!". Save against massive damage.
    Fighter: WHAT THE FUCK WAS THAT?
    Sorceror: Sorry, my bad.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)16:35 No.1719137
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    Pardon the poor edit - I don't have photoshop on this compy, just MSPaint. :/
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)16:36 No.1719144
    CLANG!

    WHAT THE FUCK WAS THAT?!CLANG!

    WHAT THE FUCK WAS THAT?!CLANG!

    WHAT THE FUCK WAS THAT?!CLANG!

    WHAT THE FUCK WAS THAT?!CLANG!

    WHAT THE FUCK WAS THAT?!CLANG!

    WHAT THE FUCK WAS THAT?!
    >> CAPSLOCK 05/12/08(Mon)16:36 No.1719152
    >>1719137
    IT LOOKS LIKE HE GOT HIT BY SOME SORT OF NON-IMMOVABLE ROD OBJECT
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)16:48 No.1719234
    >>1719144
    no see now you're ruining it.
    >> Anonymous, Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 05/12/08(Mon)16:49 No.1719243
    >>1719144
    You're only supposed to do it onc
    CLANG!
    Why?
    >> Âge the Thread-Bumper !eyDT4MArDo 05/12/08(Mon)16:56 No.1719277
    >>1719243
    Age for the Age God, Bump for the-
    CLANG!
    What the fuck was that?!
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)17:07 No.1719362
    >>1718896
    Oh Jesus, what would this do? Would the rod stop functioning, or would it just get stuck in the "on" position? Because if it stayed on, there's all kinds of great things you could do with it since no one could turn it off. Then again, if it just turned it off permanentl-
    *CLANG*
    OW, FUCK! Nevermind, it stays on...
    >> The Grumpy Anon 05/12/08(Mon)18:19 No.1719816
    >>1715097
    >>1718869
    >>1718971
    >>1718992

    I love you, Anon. Give me a hug.

    CLANG!

    OW! WHAT THE FUCK?! THIS IS NOT CONDUCIVE TO HUGGING >:U
    >> Anonymous, Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 05/12/08(Mon)18:41 No.1719963
    CLANG!
    >> Anonymous, Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 05/12/08(Mon)22:37 No.1721767
    Where is that th
    CLANG!
    There you are.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)23:23 No.1722074
    >>1721767

    Wins.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)23:26 No.1722094
    You know, all you'd really need is a force-cage trap and enough divination to place it wher-CLANG.
    Huh, wha? Hey guys, what was I talking about again?
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)23:37 No.1722155
    Gather round, as I shall now pronounce the meaning of the universe! The answer to everything is-
    CLANG!!!!!!
    Ow...who am I?
    >> Shas'o R'myr !!TZikiEEr0tg 05/12/08(Mon)23:40 No.1722178
    Ah...the application of physics and science. So incredibly fun.
    >> Concerned Commander 05/12/08(Mon)23:44 No.1722203
    WHY IS THIS NOT STICKIED.

    MOOT, GET OFF YOUR LAZY ASS.
    >> Anonymous 05/12/08(Mon)23:44 No.1722212
    Alright, the first rule of fight club is: You do not talk about fight club.

    The second rule of fight club is, You do NOT -CLANG-

    WHAT THE FUCK?
    >> Anonymous 05/13/08(Tue)01:45 No.1723120
    I am 90 percent sure that Light is Kir
    CLANG
    Just as planned...
    >> Anonymous 05/13/08(Tue)02:38 No.1723419
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