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    78 KB Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)10:44 No.2821925  
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)10:45 No.2821930
    with his bear hands
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)10:45 No.2821932
    d'aaawww he thinks he's people
    >> LaBambaMan 10/17/08(Fri)10:46 No.2821936
    This picture always makes me lol, then I get sad because he looks so lonely.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)10:47 No.2821939
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)10:47 No.2821944
    No druid, you are the bears.

    Then druid gained the natural spell feat.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)10:48 No.2821948
    I hate the picture of the bear's birthday party, and no one showed up to celebrate with him

    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)10:49 No.2821953
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)10:49 No.2821960
    I wish I saved the copypasta that went with this. It was funny, almost.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)10:59 No.2822013
    Its a fire pit.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)11:02 No.2822040

    No it fucking isn't god damn, I was in the scouts, and that is NOT a fire pit.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)11:04 No.2822051
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    It's totally a fire pit, Scout Master.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)11:05 No.2822055
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    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)11:11 No.2822089
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    Upgraded my pic.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)11:12 No.2822094
    oh fuck
    >> LaBambaMan 10/17/08(Fri)11:13 No.2822104
    I feel so bad for laughing at this, but it's been the second best part of my morning(after finding out the RedSox won last night)
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)11:17 No.2822127
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    It's not a fething fire pit.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)11:17 No.2822131

    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)11:18 No.2822138
    I use my sword to detect good on the fire pit.
    >> I apologized on 4chan 10/17/08(Fri)11:20 No.2822147
    rolled 10 = 10



    [makes a bear lore check]
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)11:20 No.2822154
    Its clearly a ruin of a lost civilization.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)11:22 No.2822165
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    And now the right eye too.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)11:22 No.2822166

    You failed your Bear Lore check
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)11:22 No.2822173
    The bear being the lone gaurdian of its vast riches?
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)11:23 No.2822176
    Bears a mystical beasts that live in the wild places of the world. They can be ferocious creatures, but a gift of it's preferred food, raw meat, can sate it's savage hunger. Bears give birth in the winter, to misshapen young who must be licked into shape before spring.

    Bear society has no visibly ordained clergy.
    >> I apologized on 4chan 10/17/08(Fri)11:25 No.2822183
    rolled 12 = 12


    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)11:26 No.2822189

    I don't allow my players to re-roll knowledge checks.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)11:27 No.2822193
    >Bear society has no visibly ordained clergy.
    I personally know this to be false. I have been mauled by the Bear Pope himself.
    >> I apologized on 4chan 10/17/08(Fri)11:29 No.2822207

    That was me making panic save.

    Actually no. That was me forgetting that I'd left that in the e-mail box and being too lazy to delete and re-write my post.

    But let's go with Panic Test's or something. It sounds better.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)11:29 No.2822210
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    >Bear society has no visibly ordained clergy.

    Religion is not possible with the beary mindset and culture.

    Religion is forbidden.

    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)11:30 No.2822222
    Oh, okay then. But in the future declare your rolls first. I hate it when someone at the table rolls dice all night and then decides he wants to do something once a twenty comes up.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)11:31 No.2822226
    Bear wizards are acceptable.
    >> I apologized on 4chan 10/17/08(Fri)11:31 No.2822228

    What, the actual Bear Pope? Or just a Bear Cardinal. How big was his hat? Was it huge? Or hilariously huge?
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)11:32 No.2822235
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    >the Bear Pope himself

    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)11:33 No.2822240
    Everybody knows that bears are protestant.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)11:34 No.2822244
    North American bears, maybe.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)11:35 No.2822251
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    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)11:35 No.2822252
    So big, it blotted out the sun.

    He had to maul me in the shade.
    >> I apologized on 4chan 10/17/08(Fri)11:38 No.2822268

    No. We are not turning this into a historical debate about the Holy Bear Wars of 1910 to 1932. There's just too much raw emotional feeling on both sides about it to have a rational discussion.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)11:40 No.2822291
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    Bully, /tg! I heard that you had some bears that needed killed. Could you be so kind as direct me to them?

    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)11:42 No.2822300
    /r/ Bear Wars campaign setting
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)11:42 No.2822301
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)11:44 No.2822310
    Agreed, there is no debate. It is clear that the bear catholics are false in their teachings and venerate false bear idols in their gaudy cave-cathedrals.
    >> I apologized on 4chan 10/17/08(Fri)11:45 No.2822316

    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)11:47 No.2822331
    >> I apologized on 4chan 10/17/08(Fri)11:52 No.2822352

    You see? This is why I didn't want to talk about it. It just ends in swearing and insults, and sooner or later someone's going to mention the Grizzly Massacre of Montreal and then the shit's going to really hit the fan.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)11:53 No.2822357
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    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)11:53 No.2822361
    The Massacre was totally justified. Those grizzly fuckers attacked first, they had it coming.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)11:55 No.2822370
    The Polars took it waaaay too far though. No one should ever need to kill so many in one day.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)11:56 No.2822377
    /tg/ - intolerance and bigotry
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)11:57 No.2822393
    I think that goes for most of 4chan.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)11:57 No.2822394
    Did someone just mention the Grizzly Massacre of Montreal?! I lost my whole family then to the Polar Republican Army. Motherfuckers used beehive bombs on women and children.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)11:59 No.2822402
    If you didn't want the shit bombed out of you then you fuckers shouldn't have burned the Polar Embassy down.
    >> I apologized on 4chan 10/17/08(Fri)12:00 No.2822409

    Don't you mean Den Mothers and Cubs?
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)12:00 No.2822410
    Pure Propaganda. The Grizzlies shelled their own positions to prevent the Polar Army from gaining any useful ground, and then blamed the mass casualties on the other side.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)12:00 No.2822411
    At least the embassy had been evacuated! There were no polar casualties on that day.
    >> I apologized on 4chan 10/17/08(Fri)12:03 No.2822430

    Oh lordy. Not another Holocaust Denier.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)12:04 No.2822433
    Epic Bear Thread is Epic and Ursine
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)12:04 No.2822438
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)12:05 No.2822444

    They ate what they killed. They respect nature, man.

    I want to play an awakened bear druid that can wild shape into a human.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)12:05 No.2822449
    Are you referring to the Grizzly Massacre of Montreal or to the Great Koala Purge?
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)12:08 No.2822462
    The Koala has no place in the United Nations. It's not even a real bear.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)12:08 No.2822464
    Shut the fuck up. Koalas aren't real bears. They are a cancer unto the wild that must be destroyed.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)12:09 No.2822468
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    The Great Koala purge never happened. Koalas always just lived in Australia. We didnt send them there as prisoners. GOT IT!?
    >> I apologized on 4chan 10/17/08(Fri)12:09 No.2822471
    The Massacre at Montreal. I'll admit that the Koala purge was pretty dickish. But it's not like those guys weren't asking for it, you don't go and celebrate out in the street when 10,000 Grizzlies die in a single terrorist act.

    I mean, what did they think was going to happen?
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)12:12 No.2822484
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    The Koalas were given fabulous prizes.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)12:17 No.2822508
    Such as prison rape.

    Bear rights activists have worked for years to eliminate koala discrimination, and this is what they get? For shame.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)12:17 No.2822510
    I want to run an Albedo campaign using this as the fluff.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)12:18 No.2822514
    Its not discrimination if its all true
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)12:23 No.2822543
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    If we all work together, we can achieve great things.

    (how was this not posted yet?)
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)12:26 No.2822565
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    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)12:29 No.2822580
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    or this?
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)12:29 No.2822582
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    half breed.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)12:31 No.2822586
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    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)12:31 No.2822587
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    I don't think so, Tim.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)12:31 No.2822590

    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)12:32 No.2822594

    haha, because theyd both be considered bears. woah.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)12:34 No.2822607
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    All of you are forgetting the plunder and genocide of the Pandas that took place under joint Grizzly and Polar occupation. Their numbers never recovered. When will the international community recognize the atrocities committed by bears, against bears, that have so long been swept under the rug?
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)12:34 No.2822609
    I can bearly believe this thread turned out the way it did. This is unbearable.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)12:35 No.2822614
    You'll have to bear with us for a minute.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)12:40 No.2822633
    Werewolves: Nature's Bears.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)12:43 No.2822641
    Man, shouldn't that be the other way around?
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)12:43 No.2822651
    Aren't.. bears.. nature's bears?
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)12:44 No.2822656
    gonna need a lore check on that
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)12:45 No.2822657
    No. Bears are much better than that.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)12:46 No.2822670
    Looks like someone failed his bear lore check.

    In d10, its an intelligence + occult (bears) roll.

    Critical Failure: what the fuck is that
    Failure: Bears are natures bears
    Success: Werewolves are nature's bears.
    Exceptional Success: Bears are an ancient and proud warrior race
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)12:51 No.2822687
    rolled 9 = 9

    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)12:57 No.2822705
    And now... you know the truth.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)13:29 No.2822798
    >> I apologized on 4chan 10/17/08(Fri)13:30 No.2822804
    Thread archived at: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/2821925/ for epic win and god.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)13:38 No.2822830
    Polar, Grizzly, Black! We need to put aside our differances and petty infighting. A much dire threat looms upon North America. The threat of the Panda bear. You may think that they are harmless and that their numbers are dwindling, but this couldn't be further from the truth. As I type they are secretly working in the most inacessable reigions of China, breeding legions and forging weapons of untold destruction. They are industrious, working with out end for their false tyrants, the Red Panda, and are willing to sacrifice themselves at their whim.
    But we will prevail! We are stronger, larger, and smarter than the average bear! Separate we are nothing but together we are an unstoppable force upon this Earth. The Panda's will surly try to attack but they will meet a force of unparalleled resolve. We will give them nothing. They will have to fight for every scrap of this great continent. Every tree. Every ice flow. Every picnic table. Our ancestors came to America for the freedom to hunt salmon and the right to keep the nuts and berries of his toil. And by god we are going to keep it that way.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)13:41 No.2822840
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    rolled 10 = 10

    Bear lore check
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)13:47 No.2822860
    Please. Don't tell me you still cling to that old myth. Let me spell it out for you:


    They never have. They were made up by the ancient Bear Popes so that no one would question their rule.
    >> I apologized on 4chan 10/17/08(Fri)13:49 No.2822871
    >But we will prevail! We are stronger, larger, and smarter than the average bear!

    Oh god. Lolling so much at that.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)14:05 No.2822935
    Fucking koalas. My brother was killed by a dropbear.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)14:08 No.2822945
    You know, I've read that Grizzlies are now ranging further north because of the warming temperatures and Polar Bears are sometimes breeding with them.

    That's right. Pizzlies. Pray for a quick death.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)14:10 No.2822958
    Dropbears have never been proven! Come with me sir...
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)14:12 No.2822966
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    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)14:20 No.2822998
    This thread is off of front page? Unbearable!
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)14:20 No.2823001
    The hell I will! I see that soulless glint in your eyes! You're one of them! Get back! Get back, damn you!
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)14:20 No.2823003
    You naive son. I too once thought Panda bears were a myth. When I was a young lad, I volunteered as a deck paw on a merchant vessel out searching for trade opportunities across the pacific. I heard from several esteemed European Brown Bears that these oriental lands had the most exotic fish and berries ever seen. I gladly joined up with dreams of riches. Three months passed and we landed on the Islands of Japan. Splendid goods were seen such as a type of brew made from a special leaf. But to no avail were the Japanese willing to trade. But one sailor told of rumors he picked up on the street that told of a massive civilization to the west of bears that, although savage, possessed great wealth of the metal honey. In our greed, we decided to sail to this land. We knew of the rumors of Pandas, told by our parents and clergy to us all in den and church. I always took them to be fairy tales to keep children and simpletons in line so we paid no head to them.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)14:33 No.2823087
    Our ship made landfall three days later, and when we got out, we saw a perplexing creature not to far off into the jungle. It was just sitting there, eating bamboo shoots as the Koalas of Australia would eat eucalyptus in intoxicated stoop. But these beasts were the size of a Grizzly. Their color was also most peculiar. They were White with half of their bodies covered in large black spots. The ship professor, Ursala Brownpaw, postulated that these may be a crossbreed between the Polar and Black races and so took great interest in these monsters. The expedition went further inland, but no civilization was to be scene. It was then decided upon that I and professor were to go up a nearby mountain in an attempt to survey the land and look for any glimpse of settlement. We thought it would be an arduous task but to our avail there existed the faintest remains of a cleared path up to the summit.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)14:40 No.2823123
    Half way up, I made a startling discovery. We were Taking shelter in a cave when during the night, I spotted a glint on the far corner from the faint campfire. I went to investigate this, finding what appeared to be a golden figurine in the shape of a bee. Fiddling with it, the head fell off, spilling an ooze onto the floor. With a lick of my paw, my tongue told me without a splinter of doubt that this was honey. I began to jump in Ecstasy with this finding, only to trip on a large rock. My tumble dislodged the monolith and to my surprise, the rock was covering a secret passage filled with similar figurines and treasures. I woke Brownpaw and he showed as much satisfaction as I did.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)14:48 No.2823161
    As we rummaged through the treasures, I thought I heard the sound of rocks shuffling outside but thought nothing dire of this. We were soon interrupted by a loud roar. As we turned from our excavation, we saw a beast not unlike the ones we saw near the shore standing in the far end of the cave. Luckily the beast was not blocking the path. In the heat of the moment we threw the treasure sacks off to the corner, to which the beast traced with his gaze. This gave us a split second for a head start towards the exact. The cyclopean horror gave chase and attempted to maw the professor as he was closest. I saw what the beast was attempting and so pulled Brownpaw behind me, bringing the foul mulatto paw down on me, tearing at my shirt and placing three claw marks upon my breast.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)14:49 No.2823165
    We raced out of the cave and heard it let out one last horrible roar. But immediately after exiting we didn't feel its presence behind us and to our surprise the beast didn't give chase. We retreated to the base camp as quickly as possible and recounted our tale. When we asked them if they heard the roar, our crewmates gave puzzled looks and said they heard nothing from the mountain. I showed them the tears in my shirt but found that no wound was present.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)15:14 No.2823352

    I don't believe you. That story has no factual back up, and you bearly presented a case at all. 2 pandas does not a war-hungry civilization make.

    And besides, you were uninjured! Clearly it was a hallucination brought on by foreign honey.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)18:17 No.2824356
    I have proof. See this here? Its a Panda Claw. Cross my heart it is!
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)18:31 No.2824410
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    I agree we must not believe the ramblings of a madbear. He is just a pawn of the Bear Pope trying to use our trust in our brothers to make us believe in baseless legends thereby strengthening their control over the people.

    We must turn away from the corrupt leaders of the church and find the true path to enlightenment and the home of the bear gods, Bearlympus. Only then will we have the pure and heavenly honey of righteousness and not the base honey of this world.

    So pay no heed to the teachings of false prophets and let no thought of the Panda darken your mind. For in Panda there is only darkness and suffering.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)18:48 No.2824487
    Is it true that Owlbears were created by a Bear mating with an Owl?
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)18:49 No.2824494
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)18:51 No.2824504
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    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)18:58 No.2824532
    OH SHIT! It's the number one threat to bears, COLBERT!
    This is the great evil we were talking about, all bears must unite of we are doomed.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)19:06 No.2824566

    The Great Enemy is upon us! All is lost!
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)19:07 No.2824572
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    Colbert is weak. He lacks the will to stand up to the bear people. There is only one man who could possibly stop us.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)19:10 No.2824589

    Was it shitting in the woods?
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)19:12 No.2824595
    Haven't you fools realized that we corrupted him long ago? Even his name wat changed to fit our agenda!

    Stephen Col-BEAR!
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)19:14 No.2824614
    Its a corruption of ColdBear... The only Cold Bear is a Dead Bear.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)19:21 No.2824647
    or a Polar Bear.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)19:23 No.2824657
    They are warm under the fur and fat. so not a Cold Bear
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)19:23 No.2824660
    Meh hes a pussy, just call in the bear cavalry.
    >> I apologized on 4chan 10/17/08(Fri)19:26 No.2824680

    Well, he's still living in the Antarctic. So he's still going to be a damn sight colder than just about any other kind of bear.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)19:31 No.2824710
    >>polar bear
    >> Sid Squid !!fIHLi7D4iiz 10/17/08(Fri)19:41 No.2824760
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    There's a story out that we can repel bears with a Colbert Portrait. However, it's a American treasure now, and foreign use of the Portrait is a theft offense.

    Enjoy your fucked, world.
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)19:42 No.2824769

    He slew more great bears than we can name. His patriotism gives him terrible power!
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)19:42 No.2824773
    Um... Nice Try but seeing the photofunia.com blew the illusion of reality
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    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)20:28 No.2825002
    Does anyone have that Dire Bear story?
    The one where a ranger took down an attacking Grizzle and found 5 .38 rounds in its skull and the remains of a hiker in its belly? (Beast was 12 feet tall)
    >> Anonymous 10/17/08(Fri)20:36 No.2825042
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