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    39 KB Trolling in your Game Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)15:29 No.17115553  
    Trolling in games general?

    >Play a 16 year old wizard with red hair and a rat familiar
    >14 int
    >cast fire spells against enemies immune to fire and other stupid shit like that
    >Name is Ronly Wease

    Takes 3 months for my friends to get the joke and they only get it when I mention I have like 9 siblings.
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)15:32 No.17115581
    Your friends must be incredibly thick.
    >> Glutton 12/05/11(Mon)15:33 No.17115591

    Do you live in a third world country or something?
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)15:35 No.17115601
    >Doing stupid shit like casting fire at immune to fire
    >Not being kicked from the group for being an asshat

    Friends confirmed as morans.
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)15:35 No.17115603
    The 14 int might throw them off.
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)15:35 No.17115609
    They usually are not THAT bad. I play joke characters like this occasionally and most of the time they get the reference in the first session. For some reason they all temporarily became idiots and missed this.
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)15:36 No.17115612
    >I have far above average intelligence. Time to burn fire elementals!

    Your Wisdom had better be in the negatives.
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)15:37 No.17115626
    I'm not a fan of joke characters outside of one-shots.
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)15:39 No.17115641
    wis of 9 I had a lot of bad rolls and decided to stick with it. The 14 was my highest stat. DM gave me some free wands and other items to make up for my bad bad bad rolls.

    I would cast like one spell and usually from a wand when I did so. I did get a lot of "NIGGA WHAT ARE YOU DOIN!" looks and comments though.
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)15:41 No.17115663
    14 INT Wizard?
    Why would you have him along?

    You're on a fucking quest to save THE WORLD from fucking LORD EVIL, and you've probably got like:

    A Conan, or a Jason Statham, maybe both.
    You've got like Doctor House as a cleric.
    And Leon the professional, but with bows.

    Then...you have Ron Weasly?

    This is why players should talk to each other. Why are you make an jokey/rp character, when the rest are like uber badasses?
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)15:41 No.17115674
    this was supposed to be a one shot but everyone else wanted to keep going. I didnt feel like rerolling when I was given the option so I kept playing Ronly. I think the guy who always plays fighters in the group was ecstatic that he was doing more damage than me and I didnt show him up constatly.
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)15:43 No.17115686
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    My character in a current campaign is a high society woman who likes fashion, sings, wears purple and white, and has an obsession with gems.
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)15:43 No.17115689
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)15:44 No.17115699
    There is FUN, but what's stopping the party from going "No, Ron, you're too weak to come with us."

    And they leave your character behind?

    Cause that's what would happen.
    You dont carry fucking Commoner Man into MORDOR.
    >> That Guy !CrwtTbFNxQ 12/05/11(Mon)15:45 No.17115710
    My Shadowrun Spec-Ops/Stabbings specialist was named Sam Fisher. They actually took more than a minute to get it.
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)15:46 No.17115728
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    > Make a Pathfinder Summoner
    > Eidolon is a golden creature with electrical powers
    > Name is Cinder Kallem
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)15:47 No.17115734
    The party consisted of
    >Human fighter with bounty on head for necrophilia
    >Elf ranger who wields a staff and has a pet wolverine
    >Drunken Monkey style halfling monk who was more drunken the monk
    and me. Not a very heroic party as it was for a one shot about the guard recruiting prisoners from the cells do defend the city against a set of rogue wizards who had taken over a manor and had started slowely causing problems across the entire city.
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)15:47 No.17115739
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    >Playing MtG Star Tournament
    >Playing as blue
    >Red guy tries to Act of Treason Green's Wurmcoil
    >Know he's gonna bash my face with it (have no blockers)
    >Redirect Act of Treason to White's Memnite
    >Half of shop erupts in laughter
    >Crush aspie red faggot with my transformed Delvers two turns later
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)15:49 No.17115763
    >Why are you make an jokey/rp character, when the rest are like uber badasses?
    >rp character
    >Why are you make a rp character, when the rest are like uber badasses?

    what the fuck did i just read
    >> That Guy !CrwtTbFNxQ 12/05/11(Mon)15:50 No.17115767
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    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)15:51 No.17115772
    >playing vintage (because i hate myself)
    >opponent tinkers into one-shot charlie.
    >i drop copy artifact and sculpting steel the turn after.
    >> Inquistorial Librarian 12/05/11(Mon)15:52 No.17115785
    Because not everybody is a bunch of powergaming munchkin muderhobos? Some people are just regular murderhobos.

    Which sometimes means that strange, or joke characters get dragged along because it's fun for that party.
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)15:54 No.17115817
    GM bitched whenever someone tried to do a voice for their characters, so I spoke in iambic pentameter until he noticed and killed my character out of spite.
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)15:56 No.17115832
    That's fine. You're all more RPing odd concepts and weird stuff. In my gaming groups,most people play SUPER SERIOUS TEAMS OF ADVENTURE.

    Shit, in one game, I remember one player's character told another:

    "We cant go out there, sirs! It's suicide."

    His character responded:
    "We're heroes. Not zeroes."
    The rest of the party kinda went like "We're tough as nails when all else fails, Player."

    I swear, my friends seem to think adventure is super serious fucking business.Maybe they imagine rock and roll plays whenever they do something cool.
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)15:58 No.17115847
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    None of you will ever top MEDIUM RARY
    >> That Guy !CrwtTbFNxQ 12/05/11(Mon)15:58 No.17115856
    >I swear, my friends seem to think adventure is super serious fucking business.Maybe they imagine rock and roll plays whenever they do something cool.

    Well, why wouldn't it?
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)16:00 No.17115866
    If you were a soldier would you take a shitty, barely-usable gun into battle? No, that's fucking retarded in every single case.
    Why would you do the same in a fantasy setting?
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)16:00 No.17115868
    If Jason Shatham as Jason Statham had gotten the goddamn Ring (and had the strange invulnerability Frodo had), he'd had delivered that ring super fast.

    Fucking fate giving it to hobbits.

    In fact, I'd like to see a LOTR: The Expendables edition, where all the Hobbits got replaced by the Expendables.
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)16:01 No.17115879
    Soldiers are specifically trained to do a specific task, they're not random wanderers who kill things for profit.

    I agree that if you have a mostly professional group of adventurers it's pretty much out of character to accommodate a comic relief character for no reason, though.
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)16:01 No.17115882
    Lord of The Ring: The A Team.

    That would be better.
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)16:02 No.17115884
    Ranger/Druid named Gear Brylls.

    Nobody says anything until I suggest that the party drink their own piss.
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)16:02 No.17115887
    Friend named is character Mecury. Halfling rogue.

    I was like "what, like Freddie Mecury?" He said yes. He was Freddie Mecury. So we both agreed to name my elf David Bowie.

    And that turned out to be one of our longest running games.
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)16:04 No.17115909
    It depends on the campaign for my group. This started as a joke one shot that got carried on. If the group wants a serious campaign we make serious characters. I have made a Fighter that was a fallen paladin and even lost the feats for a GRIMDARKGRIM campaign that one guy ran. Other games I have played as a rogue who pretended to be a leper and a nosferatu who was a devoutly catholic mexican man before he was turned and he became so convinced that he was an evil abomination of darkness he had the cant walk onto consecrated grounds, and the crosses hurt flaws.
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)16:04 No.17115914
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    >players enter kobold dungeon
    >notice tiny holes sized right for the passage of small creatures
    >some kobolds they're fighting retreat up these holes
    >party is all medium humanoids and a minotaur
    >human swordmage says "fuck it, no survivors!" and crawls on hands and knees into the hole
    >notices hole has a ramp, goes up above ceiling of main tunnel, follows it
    >notices murder holes cut into floor for kobolds to shoot out of
    >suddenly kobolds, kobolds everywhere
    >swordmage was at low HP from fight
    >all party hears is screaming, then sees blood drip out of the previously unseen murderholes
    >the rest of the dungeon the players are playing "follow the trail of blood" as the small tunnel zig-zags above the main tunnel
    >swordmage's player is throwing a shit-fit, "Oh god am I dead how could I get killed by kobolds what the fuck."
    >drag this out for the entire rest of the dungeon
    >right in front of the boss room, players find a small clustering of kobolds
    >one is waving around the swordmage's not-katana around awkwardly and growling
    >another is running in circles wearing the swordmage's leather armor, his head too awkwardly shaped to make it through the head-hole
    >swordmage is very dead and very naked, with a strategically-placed dragon statue blocking the view of his jimmies
    >his player whines and cries
    >everyone else is arguing whether or not the dragon-statue is valuable enough to have to risk seeing the swordmage's junk

    Kobolds always bring out the trollface in me. I have no idea why.
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)16:05 No.17115921
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    Bluffed my way into a necromancer coven and learned the arts by using Ghost Voice and Prestidigitation to convince them that I already had friends on the other side. The GM still hasn't caught on.
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)16:05 No.17115923
    >OP thinks this is trolling

    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)16:05 No.17115924
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    Once played an 87 year old Barbarian with troll teeth dentures.

    Used to say things like 'Everything clicks when I wake up in the morning. If it don't click it probably don't work', 'In my day we had proper Dark Lords, big bastards in spiky armour who had Doom Fortresses, moats of lava and hordes of minions. Now all we ever fight are bandits', 'I remember when for ten gold you could get a night in a respectable tavern, a whore in a less respectable tavern, a barrel of mead, a new sword, some armour, a good horse, another whore and still have enough left over for black pudding and chips', 'You, boy, why you wearing a dress? You a eunuch or a faggot or something? (too the sorcerer)' and the all time favorite 'What? speak up you mumbling bastard!' because he liked to pretend to be deaf.

    But he had his useful side. He was good with languages, hunting and threatening merchants into giving us bargains if we would just leave the shop.

    He was also racist as fuck.

    It took them a while to get the reference.
    >> !!NxhKH0Pdv6+ 12/05/11(Mon)16:07 No.17115945
    All of my friends and GMs are munchkin murderhobos that take glee in ridiculously high numbers.

    Murderhobo: Hey, I'm playing a lvl30 dervish, now watch as I take half of an entire round space between twelve monsters and three players to make numerous attack actions
    Me: *playing epic Barbarian with focus on save or die critical hits* hey cleric, you wanna get out of here?
    Cleric: *equally annoyed* yeah, I've got a planeshift spell, let's go
    GM Who is Too Fond of Monty Python and Balls-to-the-Wall Stupid-Crazy Comments: I have to roll to see if the abyss eats you
    Both of us: fuck the what?
    *bitchfest ensues and we all just give up on the game, our resident murderhobo pouts*
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)16:08 No.17115954
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    >Follow unknown number of small creatures into confined space.
    >"Oh god am I dead how could I get killed by kobolds what the fuck."
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)16:08 No.17115957
    Are you planning on polymorphing someone into a frog? He might get it then. Or maybe not.
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)16:09 No.17115965
    Stop saying murderhobo.
    Nobody gives a fuck that you have to make people who play the game for different things look like they're doing it wrong.
    >> !!NxhKH0Pdv6+ 12/05/11(Mon)16:11 No.17115987
    Hi, Tucker, how ya been?
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)16:12 No.17116002
    >how could I get killed by kobolds

    Your player is quite new to D&D, isn't he?
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)16:13 No.17116006
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    Playing Tephra (steampunk game out of Austin) I did all this at Lvl 4, with the stats in the game. Shit was hilarious.

    >Make a young blonde female engineer
    >At first, play as though I am her adoptive uncle.
    >This uncle is actually an extremely convincing human male replica automaton that she, the actual character, made.
    >with a speed booster (rollerskates)
    >with flight (thopter blades out of its head)
    >with a long-distance melee attack (boxing glove)
    >With heightened Int (to be believable)
    >Made to look human (to be believable)
    >And durable as fuck, extra HP and hard to kill.
    >He is a detective. (NPCs say to him "Hello Inspector!"
    >She has an intelligent dog as her animal companion.
    >Named Brain.
    >My character's name was Pennifred Gadget.
    >"Call me Penny."

    No one got the reference, until I said.
    "The Inspector leaps over the gap in the floor into the fray, shouting a battle cry; 'GO GO GADGET REVOLVER!'"

    And then everyone stared, and then they laughed.
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)16:13 No.17116007
    Murderhobo is a joke, the kind of stereotypical character a LOT of players make. You know. Munchkin'ized characters that have no living family,no relatives, no friends, no house, no connection.

    It's a character that lives for killing.


    I've seen TONS of them.

    "Yeah,I"m a Paladin-Inquisitor of Torm. My entire family got turned by Vampyres, and I had to kill them all MYSELF. I burned down the house, and left the kingdom in disgrace, forever branded to never exist. I have no home. No family.Nothing but revenge, and as Torm as my ally, I'll murder every undead that lives."

    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)16:14 No.17116015
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    I don't get the reference but this character sounds like tons of awesome. Regale us with stories good sir?
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)16:15 No.17116025
    He's so grimdark that when he goes to an inn, he always goes to a shadowy corner.And when he sits down, somehow it becomes darker.,and the only thing you see in the corner are the white of his eyes.

    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)16:16 No.17116030
    Is that the old barbarian guy from Discworld?
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)16:17 No.17116035
    That's munchkinned?

    Hardly. That's also more background than a munchkin will give.
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)16:18 No.17116044
    >That's also more background than a munchkin will give.
    You're forgetting:
    >bonuses from Torm worship
    >favored enemy: vampyres
    >dm allows it because roleplaying
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)16:18 No.17116049
    If the Weaslys can do magic why are they still gingers?
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)16:19 No.17116055

    He's so grimdark and metal that whenever he walked "HOLY DIVER" plays!

    What can he roleplay besides murdering things?ANGST?
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)16:20 No.17116072
    >implying that either of those are munchkinning
    Let me let you in on a secret.
    If he were a munchkin.
    He'd be playing a Cleric.
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)16:22 No.17116084
    Maybe he was."Paladin Inquisitor" is a title in the DM's setting. Maybe he was like "Cleric/Some Awesome Prestige Class."
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)16:25 No.17116108
    It sounds like a mighty fine Cohen from Discworld.

    Hopefully the GM let him attempt to blow up the city of the gods, then think better of it and steal a divine mount and fly off into the cosmos seeking adventure.
    >> !!NxhKH0Pdv6+ 12/05/11(Mon)16:26 No.17116119
    it doesn't help that the guys who make murderhobos are either:
    a) newfags who don't know any better
    b) emotionally unstable and looking for catharsis
    c) emotionally unstable and looking for a power trip
    d) angsty basement dwellers
    or e) THAT GUY

    most of my groups murderhobos are eithe b, d, or e; with one of the two e-types, whom I like to call THIS GUY in person (he doesn't understand the reference at all), being my best friend who actively enjoys WoW despite having gone through everything. For comparison, I can't even enjoy playing unless I have a friend running alongside me (usually THIS GUY) the other e-type is a registered and self-described sociopath with enough personality that I don't really mind his excesses so long as I can manage to have some fun in his shadow
    >> !!NxhKH0Pdv6+ 12/05/11(Mon)16:28 No.17116137
    is it bad that i want to play an undead warlord cleric build?
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)16:30 No.17116153
    >most of my groups murderhobos are eithe b, d, or e; with one of the two e-types, whom I like to call THIS GUY in person (he doesn't understand the reference at all), being my best friend who actively enjoys WoW despite having gone through everything. For comparison, I can't even enjoy playing unless I have a friend running alongside me (usually THIS GUY) the other e-type is a registered and self-described sociopath with enough personality that I don't really mind his excesses so long as I can manage to have some fun in his shadow

    Holy fuck, dude. It's time you consider that you might have some big issues as well. If ALL your friends really do suck that bad, why do you hang out with them? Because you are so fucking co-dependent you can't stand the thought of being alone so it's these chucklefucks you cling to despite the fact they are chucklefucks? Or you're so fucking repulsive that you can't go out and get another set of friends?
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)16:31 No.17116167
    >rip off character
    >lol I totally trolled you guys

    No, they were just putting up with you.
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)16:34 No.17116192
    Cohen from Discworld series by Terry Pratchett.

    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)16:36 No.17116224
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    Its Genghis Cohen from the Discworld series.

    He and the Silver Horde, more old barbarians, conquered a parody of ancient china and japan Empire. They were the very last surviving Barbarian Heroes. The world had left them behind and they had not died because survival is addictive. All the others had died or retired or just faded away, even the Dark Lords had all but gone extinct.

    They were awesome and when they died, after putting the fear of Man in the gods, they stole the valkyries horses and set of to the stars to find new worlds to conquer.

    My old character was never that awesome, how could he be?

    He referred to all elves as she regardless of gender, called all dorfs, gnomes and halflings 'Diggers', claimed that all orcs and half-orcs looked alike and called everyone under the age of 60 boy or girl.

    There was not one god who he had not insulted, by screwing the virgin sacrifice on the alter in his younger days and then looting anything with a resale value and in his old age by just looting and asking the girl if she would mind helping him pop one of his discs back into place.

    Where he would go when he died was any ones guess. He used to get paid for rescuing human sacrifices and murdering Dark God cults and the line between God and Demon gets a bit blurry sometimes. Gods of Order endorses slavery for instance.

    There was one time when, after killing a dragon, he demanded half the kingdom but the king could keep his daughter because she was an elf and an ugly one at that. The king only had 3 sons. Thankfully the Orc Sorcerer/Shaman (who the old bastard use to take the piss out of for wearing a dress) managed to convince the king to be merciful because the old human was senile.
    >> !!NxhKH0Pdv6+ 12/05/11(Mon)16:39 No.17116248
    actually every new group i get into somehow knows and acts like my old groups

    I'd need to go several counties over and start a new life to find a fresh batch and I'm too flightly to stick with an online group more than one session (some sort of personality flaw, haven't figured out what it is).

    I'm stuck with the fuckers.
    >> !!NxhKH0Pdv6+ 12/05/11(Mon)16:43 No.17116289
    so... yeah, the second case
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)16:43 No.17116292
    >actually every new group i get into somehow knows and acts like my old groups
    So let me get this straight: Every single group you've ever joined are always a bunch of assholes? It doesn't matter if you hop from group to group to different group? Yeah, I think that the problem isn't entirely the people you game with.

    >and I'm too flightly to stick with an online group more than one session (some sort of personality flaw, haven't figured out what it is).

    Yeah, you got issues. And you don't even realize it. Chances are that you are even That Guy. Admit you have a problem, work on it, and then maybe you'll finally be able to socialize normally with other human beings, and finding a steady group that doesn't piss you off (since you don't piss THEM off) will suddenly be a lot easier.
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)16:49 No.17116345
    What the fuck dude. That seems a bit harsh, you know what I mean? It's like... the guy's got these shit-ass friends, the least you could do is cut him some slack. He's not being an asshole to us, you know? Chill out, bro.
    >> !!NxhKH0Pdv6+ 12/05/11(Mon)16:49 No.17116349
    >So let me get this straight: Every single group you've ever joined are always a bunch of assholes? It doesn't matter if you hop from group to group to different group? Yeah, I think that the problem isn't entirely the people you game with
    No, they all know each other; I meet some guys at a college, they seem fine enough, but apparently they grew up with former group A and C, and A knows B and B knows C. It's like they all network the local area or something, or maybe the population of nerds is that thin around here.

    >You're probably a THAT GUY
    I know, I probably am, I just don't know how to fix myself; I'd like to think finding a not-crazy group would help, but then am I deluding myself into thinking they're really a problem at all or am I just projecting onto them to excuse my own failings? I mean, fuck, how do you tell if you're insane when it all feels normal on your side?
    >> !!NxhKH0Pdv6+ 12/05/11(Mon)16:59 No.17116436
    let be clear, these groups don't just all know each other somehow everytime, but their play styles are always a bunch of fucking murderhobos or sociopath-induced diplomonsters that basically control the flow of the game to their whim and everyone runs along with it

    am I being overly picky and thus a That Guy? or should I just make extreme efforts to figure out what theme everyone else is running (though I doubt they would even understand what I meant by 'theme')
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)17:00 No.17116446
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    I once made a wizard that lived in a blue box-shaped tent, I made him learn various time-related spells and gave him high intelligence, he constantly wore an attire similar to a brown suit. He'd constantly give the enemy one warning before destroying them.

    Well, you'd guess my group caught on? Nope, only one person ever got the reference. One of the other players is a philosophical rogue, so he asked me - as a time wizard - to explain time: "People assume that time is a strict progression of cause to effect, but actually, from a non-linear, non-subjective viewpoint it's more like a big ball of wibbly-wobbly, timey-wimey... stuff." So this person goes "Wait what!?" asks to see my character picture and goes "OOOh..."

    Picture related, it's my character picture that no one paid attention to before hand.
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)17:11 No.17116538
    Did you show them the picture, at any point? Pretty hard to miss.
    On an unrelated not i have a great idea for a character possessed by a Yith in my next CoC.
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)17:13 No.17116560
    haha that is surprisingly similar to a character i made recently.

    The guy is a 53 years old cleric of pelor wita wife and kids.

    The love of his life however is the hydromel he makes. Last year however, undead attacked his town and, while he managed to protect his family just fine, them fuckers destroyed all his hydromel scattered his bees!! (not on purpose but it was definitely their fault).

    No other alcohol is good enough for him so he has been surpisingly, constantly and horrifyingly sober ever since.

    beign sober really brings out his inner asshole and he's become so unsufferable that the higher-ups sent him on a mission to kill some undead.
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    Human cavalier.
    Some say he rode a dragon once.
    Some say he never worn out a single pair of shoes in his entire life.
    >> !!NxhKH0Pdv6+ 12/05/11(Mon)17:25 No.17116681
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    fuck it, next game I can, I'm playing a Bear Rogue
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)17:35 No.17116798
    >Did you show them the picture, at any point? Pretty hard to miss.

    We have a rule that we have to have a picture of what our character looks like, but we are not supposed to show them unless asked to show them.

    It's to help people to imagine that our original character based on - say The Doctor - does not become that character.

    In their defence I'd like to add that Doctor Who is not a commonly watch show in my country.
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)17:37 No.17116809
    All I know is we call him The Stig.
    >> Titanium Man 12/05/11(Mon)17:38 No.17116822

    We also have a Stig in my game too. It's more of a nickname but the outfit's pretty much the same.
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)17:41 No.17116844
    This Oracle of Life (a healing type) worships a sun god, so she thinks that the sun blade we got belongs to her, despite the fact that she's not even proficient in it, and she's willing to take the feat, just so she can have it.
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)17:44 No.17116865
    You know.
    I was asked to make a character for a game about schoolkids.

    I think I shall make one about an annoying tryhard obsessed with finding out what her special talent is.
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)17:46 No.17116876
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    We once encountered a Diplomacy Elemental.

    We joined his army as part of his Guard Elite in the Legion of Terror.
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)17:48 No.17116890
    Created a sorcerer dedicated largely into increasing Intimidate, Bluff, and Diplomacy.

    By level 10 I was able to talk near anyone to do near anything.
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)17:55 No.17116955
    Of course not. Because he gets to walk into Mordor as he is not the One.
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)18:08 No.17117075
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    >so, let's play exalted for a change
    >maybe dragonblooded-only campaign?
    >hey, guys, can i play heroic mortal?
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)18:09 No.17117090
    I once played as Nicholas Cage from National Treasure in a GURPs campaign.

    Every other player was a variant of Nicholas Cage.

    That was a fun game. Although the GM must have realized it at some point, because the fourth villain was Nicholas Cage from "The Rock"
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)18:15 No.17117132
    Holy shit. That sounds exactly like one gaming group in my town. I went to middle school with one of the group and he kept on trying to invite me to play with their group since I'd watched my older brother play with his group for years and knew the rules to AD&D well. Even back then I realized that their group was bad news as every story he told me focused on some sort of terrible powertrip and them being murderous assholes.
    I've seen plenty of guys who have some sort of gaming relation to that group and they've always been bad news. We had one guy try out in our playgroup that we had to kick out after his battlemage would attack everything, including friendly NPCs and he'd blast fireballs and other area of effect spells without care for his partymates.
    The other dude I've played with that had ties to the group wanted to run his homebrew system... It included rolling random stats for your character with dSEVERALTHOUSAND. Needless to say, me and my friend who I've played with since the beginning couldn't stop making (un)subtle FATAL references during the game.

    But to be completely honest, a lot of my characters end up being murderhobos just to troll the people I game with. And I wonder why I haven't had a regular gaming group in over a year.
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)18:16 No.17117147

    So you could say... it was a Cage match?
    >> !!NxhKH0Pdv6+ 12/05/11(Mon)18:22 No.17117192
    we know our feel, bro
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)18:22 No.17117195
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    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)18:28 No.17117255
    That's how it ended, actually. Giant cage fight between us and a bunch of other versions of Nicholas Cage.

    The survivor became an omnipotent Nicholas Cage. Unfortunately, I died, so the final surviving Cage was the Cage from "Con-Air". Motherfucker had CRAZY skills with hand-to-hand, and just decimated the fuck out of us when we had to decide which one of us was the One True Cage.

    On the plus side, he saved his daughter. And that's what matters.
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)18:32 No.17117304
    You weren't REALLY in the Cagesploitation game, were you?
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)18:34 No.17117321
    Wait, did the GM post about it on /tg/?

    When did he figure it out? We guessed it'd take a couple of games. Or did he not post that part, and just bitch about us exploiting his goofy-ass world mechanics?
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)18:34 No.17117330
    You just couldn't keep your hands off the bunny, could you?
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)18:44 No.17117431
    You know I actually played a murderhobo one.
    He was a woodelf. He kept a rapier hidden in his giant hobo coat. He spoke a gypsy cryptelect. He also murdered people for food.
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)18:49 No.17117497
    Too bad, I always preferred Cage in Lunatic Runagate myself.
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)18:53 No.17117546
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    so you played a game based on this movie but with nick cage?
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)18:56 No.17117588
    >my character worships Bryllis the Bear, god of survival

    Also, he bears a stunning resemblance to Piccolo.
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)18:56 No.17117591
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    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)19:06 No.17117716
    So making my next character The Stig.
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)19:15 No.17117812
    >running a two player game
    >one's a cleric the other's a monk
    >need a trapsense/UMD monkey and overall third person to make the encounters more interesting
    >human artificer, dark skinned with dusty coveralls and a tangle of dredlocks
    >renegade scion of House Cannith
    >he wheedles his way into the group
    >makes rods and all sorts of wacky shit out of garbage laying around
    >initially all his attempts blow up in some spectacular fashion
    >they can't get rid of him because he keeps turning up like a bad penny
    >cleric pauses, narrows his eyes at me across the table
    >"What did you say your name was again?"
    >"Well you didn't ask to begin with, but you can call me Hackett."
    >cue ten minute gales of laughter when the lightbulb goes on
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)19:26 No.17117919
    Holy shit, from before the first game? Either he played it subtle, or we were too busy laughing. Gonna have to call him up.
    Yes. It was glorious. Nicholas Cage is now a canon god in GURPs settings involving magic, deities, and in anything where a fell ritual might summon something from beyond.
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)19:36 No.17118019
    This thread needs archival too, just because this is (somewhat) proof that the Cagematch ended up happening.
    Dear god, even now there is hope for man.
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)19:42 No.17118085
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)19:47 No.17118126
    The next fantasy game I'm playing I'm rolling a knight who's incredibly talented at horseback riding. He's generally a quiet person and he has a golden scorpion on his shield.
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)20:44 No.17118785
    That movie, man. I went to see it with a couple of friends. We expected another old action flick. Damn.
    I have never been so happy to be proven wrong.
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)21:02 No.17118954
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    I made this character as soon as I finished playing King of the Dragons.

    We called him Droog. In layman's terms, he was a complete fucking Conan ripoff. I did my best Arnie voice at all times whilst playing him. A wandering warrior who gave very few fucks at a time.

    Which is where the trolling came in. The game he was in was with a long-established DM who I noticed seemed very iffy about killing his players. Droog was my perfect opportunity to test his mettle.

    He detonated a bomb with a Gnoll's head at point-blank during a grapple, just to see if he would survive. [spoiler]He did.[/spoiler]

    He survived a trap that engulfed an entire room in alchemical fire--which he activated with the Rogue in the same room.

    When being dogpiled by voracious giant centipedes, he goaded the mage into lighting him on fire.

    He very, very rarely used his sword and shield, instead using his decent combat stats to grapple EVERYTHING in order to suplex it into something. This hit its peak when he charged an ogre and did a Canadian Destroyer down a flight of stairs.

    He was significantly smarter than his INT 5 seemed to suggest, quickly figuring out that his mysterious benefactor was the sorceror he hunted for the early part of the campaign. The party quickly chastised him for umping to that conclusion, even though he (and myself) knew that he was right. [spoiler]Guess what, he was.[/spoiler]

    In the end, he quit being an adventurer mid-campaign so he could become the lord of a local city.
    >> Anonymous 12/05/11(Mon)22:38 No.17119729
    Archived. http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/17115553/

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