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    398 KB Anonymous 02/18/10(Thu)01:07 No.8147136  
    What's the most exotic/weird/unusual race/character concept you've ever played/seen played?

    The zaniest I've ever done is be a pixie. I was eaten by a cryohydra in the first round of combat.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/10(Thu)01:07 No.8147142
    Hahaha, oh god The Spot is awesome.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/10(Thu)01:11 No.8147204
    Animated coin awakened to sentience.

    I played a Monk.
    >> Harker !!FK3LIhfMTAe 02/18/10(Thu)01:13 No.8147233
    Ever seen a 60-70 year old man with a solid steel cane/mace whip some youngster ass? I'm glad that I have.

    Considerably more so when he had a "who had the worse childhood" fight with the BBEG ancient red dragon.
    >> Roland Agheld 02/18/10(Thu)01:16 No.8147260
    >The zaniest I've ever done is be a pixie. I was eaten by a cryohydra in the first round of combat.

    did it KNOW it ate you? I could of just accidentally inhaled you.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/10(Thu)01:18 No.8147295
    Who was Cryohydra?
    >> Anonymous 02/18/10(Thu)01:20 No.8147321
    I'm guessing he was pyrohydara's brother: breathes cold instead of fi--

    Oh. Wait. You a meme.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/10(Thu)01:25 No.8147385
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    No, but I've seen a 67 year old beat the fuck out of some upstart on a bus.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/10(Thu)01:25 No.8147389
    A racoon. Shit you not, got permanently polymorphed into a racoon.

    Greatest, thief, ever.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/10(Thu)01:26 No.8147407
    That's my current PC in 4e.
    63-year old Human Warden.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/10(Thu)01:26 No.8147414
    Played a rock. Not a silicon-based life form, not the vessel for some minor supernatural, just an ordinary, non-sapient rock, about the size of a baseball. I think the GURPS racial cost worked out to something like -200cp.

    Spent the extra points on Allies, Wealth and Reputation. Basically, I was the god of a moderately obscure surrealist religion. Shit was so cash, even if I technically couldn't spend any of it.
    >> Harker !!FK3LIhfMTAe 02/18/10(Thu)01:28 No.8147436
    ...That's eerie. If you say your DM is named Ben, then I fear that you may be me.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/10(Thu)01:28 No.8147443
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    You may think you're sly, but I'm onto you...FURRY!
    >> Gaow? 02/18/10(Thu)01:30 No.8147473
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    Weirdest: A animated artist dummy. Couldn't talk, so communicated by gestures.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/10(Thu)01:30 No.8147477

    This is why GURPS is hilarious.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/10(Thu)01:31 No.8147497
    I'm currently playing a 3.5 favored soul of Tempus who thinks he's a berserker. He thinks he's going into his "berserker fury" when he's actually just casting Divine Might on himself, and when he heals someone he uses the warlord method of yelling at them to stand back up and stop being a pussy in front of Tempus.

    Shit is SO cash. Funnest character I've ever played.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/10(Thu)01:32 No.8147517
    My DM's name is Matt, sorry.
    I rolled OldWarden as my previous PC(Human Fighter)'s father, who was only searching for his son after he left home so many years ago. He finally caught up, only to see his son die right before his eyes.(fudged ALL of my death saves. Fuck.) He holds deep contempt towards the BBEG for the act, and swears to not let anyone else in the party die.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/10(Thu)01:33 No.8147538
    i played an ageless fire immune burning bush in a GURPS game, I had a fanatical cult and commanded them with telekinetic mind powers, the rest of the party then poured some round up on me and took over.
    >> Original Plague Doctor !!JajszWhpsyf 02/18/10(Thu)01:33 No.8147544
    Oh sweet Jesus Christ, I lol'd hard.
    My first GURPS character was pretty fucked up. Turned out I had given him strength to lift a small house - but he wasn't sapient. So basically, I was a stuped gorilla....
    Later we experienced that sapience is kinda necessary for a cinematic PC...
    >> Anonymous 02/18/10(Thu)01:33 No.8147550
    An awakened cat wizard who had a human as a familiar.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/10(Thu)01:34 No.8147557
    >art dummy
    >art puns
    >> G. D. !!Y8HG2fUusNY 02/18/10(Thu)01:40 No.8147638
    That I've played...? Well, I recently rolled up a new character for a Level 3 campaign - a Varag Barbarian. Just got to test it on the weekend in a practice play. (Imagine something like a giant alien dog that walks on two legs. Now add light armor and a large greatsword.)

    Base stats: 22 STR, 7 INT... a bit on the retarded side, but a real bruiser when he raged. He ended up being a sort of steed for the other two characters, both female - they were light enough that, including what little gear he had, they could ride him and he was still able to run at his full speed of 250 feet per round (as fast a heavy warhorse). It made going from place to place so much easier.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/10(Thu)01:43 No.8147680
    Dwarven frenzied berserker. 'nuff said.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/10(Thu)01:45 No.8147711

    >implying that's at all unusual
    >> /co//v/ert fa/tg/uy 02/18/10(Thu)01:50 No.8147775
    A zombie bard, but that was for only one session. A Favored Soul to the Discworld god of death, who overzealously evangelized his god and didn't understand why no one wanted to worship Death.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/10(Thu)01:54 No.8147842
    A swarm of bees
    >> ORKZ BOY! 02/18/10(Thu)01:54 No.8147843
    >250 feet/round
    run feat? why?
    >> Anonymous 02/18/10(Thu)01:54 No.8147844
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    All I have to say about OP:
    Shield of Destiny!
    >> Anonymous 02/18/10(Thu)02:16 No.8148170
    What you have to understand is that he is a Wolverine fan. Much of the higher brain functions ceased working years ago.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/10(Thu)03:24 No.8148877
    A human Mob
    >> Anonymous 02/18/10(Thu)03:31 No.8148945
    two halflings no stat above 8 one on top the others shoulders pretending to be a human.
    they died 2 sessions in when hell opened up to show the new guys in the group that they can die. I came back as a batman and robin Mr. freze fighter w/ ice croswbow I pun so hard I killed a demon ought right
    >> Anonymous 02/18/10(Thu)03:44 No.8149092
    Mateo Oarrick was a simple apprentice wizard, given to doing simple apprentice wizard tasks in the university of magic that his parents had paid a great deal of money to get him into. He was not an excellent student, nor even a particularly average one. To say that he was simply "poor" would be doing a grave injustice to the other students that actually qualified for the title. In short, he was absolutely terrible and completely invested in spending as much time as he could in the university so he wouldn't have to pick up the family business of mercantile for another couple of years. If he managed to pick up a couple of cantrips along the way, hey, that could only be a bonus.

    One day, Mateo encountered a particularly interesting spell during his mindless library trips. This spell, if he was reading it correctly, would allow him to remotely view any location. Already, the lazy student's mind began to explore the things he could do with such a spell... he could check on how his parents were doing. He could watch the kings make their important decisions. He could peek into the ladies' restrooms without fear of reprisal.

    In the end, the upstart mage with the latter and stole the spell from the library.

    >> Anonymous 02/18/10(Thu)03:44 No.8149096

    However, due to a mixture of his own incompetence and the anti-scrying measures that were in place over the restroom, the upstart mage found his mind completely severed from his body and transported to a strange and terrible place. A place where faceless individuals wandered about aimlessly, staring at foreign letters and pictures of odd natures.

    It seemed like many years passed before Mateo managed to get the attention of an individual that referred to itself as ADMEN ISTRAY TORR. It would prove to be a fortuitous meeting, one that resulted in an exchange of knowledges the mage never dreamed of for his own barely-recalled magical insight.

    Time passed. Knowledge continued to be exchanged, until one day the strange being grew bored of Mateo and dismissed him from the fantastic realm, back into his own body.

    The young man opened his eyes, and was horrorstruck to find that his body had aged several decades during his time in the other-realm. "No matter," he thought. "I have learned what I can from this place." And so, he left the magical university.

    Gone was Mateo Oarrick, apprentice wizard. In his place, there was only Mateo Oarrick, the Internet Pact Warlock.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/10(Thu)04:23 No.8149497

    >M4730 04RR1CK
    Fix'd. Seems more appropriate.

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