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    31 KB Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)03:40 No.15920622  
    Your last BBEG has now been replaced by 10^7 their weight in disease carrying mosquitoes.

    How fucked is your campaign?
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)03:41 No.15920629
    4e Shadowrun.

    All of my players with augmentations took the "weak immune system" negative attribute.

    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)03:42 No.15920636

    Oh, and the BBEG was a robot. Made entirely out of metal, as robots tend to be.

    So, extra fucked
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)03:45 No.15920650
    >a fuckhueg dragon
    An entire continent of mosquitoes.
    So fucked.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)03:46 No.15920661
    Even if the BBEG weighs 100 pounds, that's a billion pounds worth of mosquitos. A mosquito on average is 2.5 milligrams. So that's what, well over a hundred trillion mosquitos?
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)03:46 No.15920663
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    Is this some conspiracy by a society of Clerics to seize control of the government?

    Yes, obviously it must be; who else stands to benefit from spontaneously transforming villains into hordes of disease-bearing pests?

    Gentlemen, we have a problem, but it is not in the disease nor in the mosquitoes, but the Clerics who brought this plague upon us and seek to profit by it.

    Good people, fellow Germans, my solution is simple; we must eliminate at all costs all such avaricious parasites and depraved creatures.

    We must kill all those capable of casting Cure. Only then may we be free of disease.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)03:50 No.15920689
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)03:54 No.15920711
    At 2.5 milligrams, there would be 181,437 mosquitoes per pound. 1 billion pounds means 181,437,000,000,000 mosquitoes. So each 100 pounds of BBEG works out to be about 181 trillion mosquitoes.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)03:57 No.15920728
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    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)03:57 No.15920733
    My last BBEG was Ghroth.
    The living planet from the Cthulhu Mythos.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)04:00 No.15920754
    No problem, they all suffocate in space.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)04:05 No.15920788
    Maybe the inner ones do, but the "shell" of mosquitoes at the location of Ghroth's could be sustained for a while on Ghroth's atmosphere.

    Plus, there's the matter of several hundred thousands of earths worth of dead mosquito matter hurtling towards the Earth.

    Actually, wouldn't the mosquitos collapse into a black hole?
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)04:07 No.15920804
    Entire Calixis sector is saved. Thanks to the direct intervention of Grandfather Nurgle, the mighty daemon lord of Tzeentch is defeated.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)04:10 No.15920831
    No, not strong enough gravity to concentrate all of that into a pinpoint.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)04:13 No.15920860
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    suddenly, a hero comes to our aid
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)04:14 No.15920863

    Ghroth had to get pretty close to good ol' Sol to become relevant to my human Investigators, and with the Mi-Go bullshitting around with brain-jars and all that.

    So now there's this mass of organic bullshit 10^7 times the mass of a fucking planet, about to intersect with the stellar plane around Saturn's orbit.

    And this mass can't be deflected because it's already organized in discrete mosquito-sized bits; you can't knock a cloud off-course with a rocket.

    Say Ghroth's the mass of the Earth. 5.9722 × 10^24 kg.
    Multiply that by 10^7 and you get 5.9722 x 10^31 kg

    In comparison, the FUCKING SUN is 1.98892 × 10^30 kg

    A mass about 30 times greater than the FUCKING SUN is in the vicinity of the Solar System, about to crash through.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)04:17 No.15920887
    I'm pretty sure their sheer mass alone would fuck up the solar system something fierce, but I'm no scientist.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)04:20 No.15920910
    All those mosquitoes..

    All those hamboighas....
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)04:22 No.15920922

    No, not even the Green Lantern can save us now.
    Hell, I don't think the motherfucking Flash could solve this one.
    We need Squirrel Girl on this shit if we're going to make it.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)04:23 No.15920926
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    Marvel Adventures Spiderman is best Spiderman.
    Also, fuck yes Chat.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)04:23 No.15920927
    been roleplaying all my life but still never heard of BBEG

    Big bad end guy? >_>
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)04:25 No.15920936

    Big Beautiful Ebony Girl.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)04:26 No.15920943
    Big bad evil guy, I was close...
    next time I'll google FIRST, then post >_>
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)04:26 No.15920954
    Big Bad Evil Guy.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)04:27 No.15920961
    It wouldn't have greater mass, it'd have a larger volume.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)04:29 No.15920983
    Even if they did start out less dense they would end up collapsing upon each other, I think you might be dealing with a STAR at this point.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)04:30 No.15920984
    >it wouldn't have greater mass
    How do you figure that?
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)04:33 No.15921005
    Whoops, misread the first post. Wow, I feel like an idiot.

    Mass 30x the sun... That wouldn't be a ball of mosquitoes anymore. That would have gone nuclear from the pressure.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)04:33 No.15921007
    BBEG was a god, mosquitos are nothing in comparison
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)04:36 No.15921028
    The Mosquito Star is my next BBEG.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)04:36 No.15921029

    How much did God weigh?
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)04:39 No.15921043
    I think the mosquito star is a bigger problem than Ghroth could ever be.
    You just need to keep Ghroth from waking up and singing most of the time.
    You'd need the mosquito star to just suddenly stop *existing.*
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)04:40 No.15921051
    I see the Mosquito Star ending a bit like Hellstar Remina.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)04:45 No.15921086
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    Ghroth is part of the Cthulhu Mythos, remember?
    Remember all those things about "when the stars are right?"
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)04:47 No.15921099
    Turns out the stars were right when they turned into fucking mosquitos.

    Haha. Imagine if Azathoth was your BBEG. His dream is reality. Enjoy living in the Mosquitoverse.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)04:51 No.15921132
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    Excuse me sir but I happen to be an expert on fighting gigantic monsters from hidden islands and I think that this Cthulhu of yours is a much smaller issue than a new gigantic star smashing through the planetary system. We'll just have to hold off Tyrannosaurus Squid long enough to evacuate Earth, which we're going to have to do as-is.

    It's just that I don't think we have any spaceships capable of getting us the hell out of this star system and finding a new inhabitable world.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)04:53 No.15921146
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    Actually, if I may, I have a suggestion on that front.
    It was a secret project...
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)04:54 No.15921155
    Does the Mosquito Star release Space Malaria?
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)04:56 No.15921163
    Yes, and it is a cosmic disease so it spreads via rays.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)04:56 No.15921170
    Asteroid-sized Space Malaria.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)04:58 No.15921178
    Not necessarily, the mass of the mosquitoes far exceeds that of the Tolman–Oppenheimer–Volkoff Limit, and considering the volume of Ghroth (assuming Earth size) this celestial mosquito body is well beyond neutron degeneration, let alone the fact that stellar nucleosynthesis hasn't even begun.

    I may be bending some rules here considering the exotic nature and gravity of this situation, but it's well within reason to say we have a black hole on our hands.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)05:13 No.15921279
    It's not going to stop the Star.
    You'll only make it angrier.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)05:20 No.15921343
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    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)05:30 No.15921415
    That may just be more horrifying. A single point of the pure essence of mosquito. Capable of pulling things into it from whole solar systems away. The black hole mosquito.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)05:31 No.15921418

    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)05:33 No.15921430

    It's a fucking star.
    You think you get a "/thread" out of trying to light a fucking star on fire?
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)05:34 No.15921441
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    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)05:36 No.15921453
    The Malarial Void and its herald, the Mosquito Star.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)05:41 No.15921488
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    >gravity of this situation
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)05:42 No.15921494
    We're certainly under a lot of pressure. I really don't see a way out of this.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)05:45 No.15921509
    Well the problem seems to revolve around a lot on its orbit, so we wouldn't know.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)05:46 No.15921520
    /r/ing some Mosquito Star writefaggotry.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)05:47 No.15921530
    "fucked" does not begin t cover this.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)05:47 No.15921531
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)05:50 No.15921543
    We better pay off the puns before we cross the event horizon.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)05:51 No.15921545
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    Hey guys its alright, I just discovered a spell that creates a spider for each mosquito. So now my giant ball of funnel web spiders can go devour the giant mosquito star for us. Nothing could possibly go wrong.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)05:52 No.15921553
    Well, good thing is: we won't need eyes to see there
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)05:52 No.15921555

    >funnel webs
    >bothering with mosquitos
    >not just devouring all nearby humans
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)05:53 No.15921565
    Psh, but then we have to deal with a punch of spiders, my "Make birds for every spider" spell will deal with that problem forever.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)05:54 No.15921572
    then you have a solar system composed of an inifintely dense gravitational point sucking in everything in the universe towards it, between the universe and that, 181 trillion funnelweb spiders...waiting for you to just step in one single web, then SHAKOW

    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)05:55 No.15921584
    >We're certainly under a lot of pressure.
    Yes, but we can't afford to collapse yet.
    Wouldn't want to start a mass panic.
    Sure, it's a weighty issue, but that's exactly why we've got to keep our heads together and try to stay calm and clever.
    Can't afford to be too dense at this point.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)05:57 No.15921591
    And then the gorilla galaxy dies in the winter!
    >> MILLANDSON 08/13/11(Sat)06:02 No.15921622
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    I think we're looking at a mosquito singularity - pic related.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)06:04 No.15921635

    You know what?
    Funnel webs pull things into their funnel.
    Black Holes pull things into their event horizon.

    See? SEE?!

    Imagine a huge black hole and some planet, star or entire star system passes by ... and suddenly a gigantic black hole spider reaches out over the void, grabs whatever it can gradn and then pulls it back into the hole to devour it with its fangs.

    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)06:04 No.15921638
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    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)06:13 No.15921686
    Consider the following.

    This means that your next BBEG will be a mass of mosquitoes 10^7 times the weight of Ghroth. Therefore, by the process of mosquitoization, Your next BBEG is now a mass of mosquitos weighing the weight of Ghroth times 10^14.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)06:14 No.15921693
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    Long had Fyzourneg, Plague of the Heavens searched the stars his hunger never sated though he dined upon the blood of a billion worlds. Drifting among the cosmos nourishing his form with the screams of a trillion trillion lives lost in his name. Many had dared face him, though he did not know it. The railguns of the mightiest ships he accorded no more attention than a person might to the gnat the brushed off their arm. Ever he sought richer fluids to calm the ache within his trillion bellies, ever his trillion mouths looked for new flesh. In his drive to halt the agony he had even looked to the nuclear rage of the bright ones. The great yellow furnace had at first resisted. Slowly yet unstoppably, Fyzourneg had drawn its life away sucking upon the sweet sap of the cosmos. The last dregs of the star died in a defiant flash leaving the swarm in darkness. Yet still hunger remained. Fyzourneg knew not love nor hate nor any other emotion which the human mind might hope to understand. Yet when it laid its trillion eyes upon the small blue jewel it felt what might best be described as desire. Its hunger redoubled the great cosmic beast reached out with its trillion sets of legs towards the small dot and with a flap of a trillion pairs of wings set about catching its next meal. This dainty at least might sate its hunger. For awhile.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)06:16 No.15921702
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    Which itself becomes a Mosquito Star...

    Oh my god.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)06:20 No.15921716
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    >go on /tg/
    >this thread

    oh no it's fine guys, not like I wanted to sleep tonight or anything
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)06:23 No.15921740
    Yes, but a distinct, far larger Mosquito Star from the original, Tier 1, Mosquito Star.

    According to Wolfram Alpha, it weighs 1.31*10^39 pounds, and is within two exponents of achieving the upper limit on black hole size.

    Read that again. The upper possible limit. Not the lower possible limit, but the highest mass that black holes get in our universe. It weighs six times as much as a globular cluster.

    Fear it, for it carries within its bosom one hundred million suns. That isn't poetry. It actually weighs as much as 100,000,000 suns.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)06:30 No.15921766
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    Yeah, I've got this shit handled.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)06:31 No.15921777
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    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)06:31 No.15921780
    It woouldn't be a Star anymore.
    It would be a mosquito GALAXY.
    It might even start to make its own planets out of dead mosquito mass and evolve mosquito-based lifeforms.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)06:34 No.15921797
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    >> Snapper Carr 08/13/11(Sat)06:35 No.15921798
    Great Cleave. Fuck da police.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)06:38 No.15921817
    Egregious abuse of Supreme Cleave to kill every last mosquito in a single round.
    >> Snapper Carr 08/13/11(Sat)06:40 No.15921821
    I wonder what that would look like. I like to imagine a fighter spazzing out with his sword and all the mosquitos end up dead.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)06:44 No.15921844

    So you found something past the point where it WILL turn from a star into a black hole, which presents danger due to simply existing as a MASS, and your plan, your brilliant, cunning plan, is to try to collapse its core by compressing it into something resembling a black hole.

    Nothing could possibly go wrong.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)06:47 No.15921856


    This already happened. The infinite cascade of mosquitoes. It's where the singularity that expanded during the Big Bang came from.

    Everything is mosquitoes.

    You're mosquitoes.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)06:47 No.15921859
    The universe is now mosquitoes. Papa Nurgle would be proud, except he is now mosquitoes too. And mosquitoes are never proud, only hungry.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)06:48 No.15921863

    >and then John was mosquitoes
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)06:49 No.15921870
    Oh. My. GOD.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)06:53 No.15921891
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    come closer /tg/... become the mosquitoes
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)06:54 No.15921895
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    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)06:56 No.15921905
    My villain is a 4'11 palace slave from Thrace who is trying to bring down Byzantium because the Emperor gave her virginity away as a birthday present.

    ...Can Mosquitos carry the bubonic plague? Because I haven't quite figured out a 'win strategy' for her yet, and transmuting herself into a literal winged plague might actually work.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)06:57 No.15921912
    you want to bring down Byzantium?

    are you a dirty fucking turk or venetian or something?
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)06:57 No.15921914
    No, it's not. Otherwise you wouldn't have statblocks for, including how hard it is to kill, diminutive creatures.

    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)06:58 No.15921917
    I screen-capped this thread but it's too large to upload
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)06:59 No.15921922
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    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)07:00 No.15921924

    ...yes...but... a singularity like the one we are discussing approaches 10^-32 sq meters with near infinite density.

    At what point does it stop being a swarm and become...something more?
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)07:00 No.15921927
    Funnily enough I was tempted to include that very same picture.

    Though I am now certain you're either an idiot or a troll yourself.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)07:01 No.15921932
    Worse. A Bulgarian or a Serb.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)07:02 No.15921936
    He's mosquitoes too.
    Everything is.
    The Higgs-Boson?
    It is mosquitoes.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)07:03 No.15921939
    Alright, so yes, you're an idiot because you took "immune to all weapon damage" to mean "immune to all damage"

    Note the following.

    >A weapon with a special ability such as flaming or frost deals its full energy damage with each hit, even if the weapon’s normal damage can’t affect the swarm.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)07:03 No.15921941
    >something more
    But what then?
    A biome?
    A world?
    A GOD?
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)07:03 No.15921943

    And this children is how a sphere of annihilation is made.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)07:06 No.15921951
    i hate you
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)07:06 No.15921956
    A Universe.
    And you're living in it right now.
    >> DaQuestOrk !!zLTJPOVdr4t 08/13/11(Sat)07:07 No.15921958
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    Fuck OP thats tough.

    At least they aren't Cazzadors though. 10^7 their weight in Cazzadors would fuck shit up.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)07:08 No.15921969
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    >>15921939 is obviously mentally deficient in some manner or another as >>15921819 obviously wrote "weapon damage" not "all damage" as Captain McRetard trollingly attempts to assert.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)07:11 No.15921984
    Oh, herpaderpderp. Posting at 6 AM will do that to you.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)07:11 No.15921985
    >mosquito even horizon approaching
    >people arguing whether or not it can be hit by a sword
    What is this, /v/?
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)07:12 No.15921988
    Fire damage =/= weapon damage, even if its from a flaming weapon.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)07:12 No.15921989
    It's only like 800 miles off.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)07:13 No.15921991
    And a thousand years.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)07:14 No.15921993
    Exactly, so a character with a flaming weapon who knows Supreme Cleave can destroy the Mosquito-Star in one round.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)07:14 No.15921996

    I know /tg/ is going to laugh at me, but I don't know what that is and it scares me. What does that mean for a man who weighs 180 pounds?
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)07:16 No.15922007
    I dunno if any of my groups would ever be able to stop the Thirsting Void if they couldn't hit it with their swords until it died.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)07:20 No.15922032
    That is a truly ludicrous amount of mosquitoes. The Lizardman in his few moments before death would be in heaven though.

    Everyone else would be fucked instantly.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)07:26 No.15922048
    > What does that mean for a man who weighs 180 pounds?
    I'm guessing you mean "what is 10^7 times 180 pounds?"
    1,800,000,000 pounds.
    900,000 tons.
    900,000 tons of fucking mosquitoes.
    Blue whales weight about 200 tons, so that's about 4,500 blue whales of mosquitoes.
    On a mostly unrelated side note, according to wikipedia, "A 2002 report estimated there were 5,000 to 12,000 blue whales worldwide,[9]"
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)07:46 No.15922163
    Guys... what do these mosquitos eat? I mean, there just isn't enough blood.
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    I drew you a shitty image
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)07:48 No.15922177
    Even stars.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)07:51 No.15922196
    Huge clusters of Cannibal Mosquitos devouring suns.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)07:53 No.15922215
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    Not fucked, due to magical pic related.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)07:54 No.15922225
    when you take book rules over simple logic there's a problem
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)07:58 No.15922255
    it's mostly baby mosquitos that drink blood brought to them by the mothers (it's only mother mosquitos that suck you)
    The rest of the time they mostly eat nectar. But given the shortage in comparison to the sheer amount of them they'd certainly take blood too.
    You know, in times of desperation even a bunny will eat flesh.
    The mosquitos really would try and eat anything and everything. All life is most certainly screwed unless a god or something goes major wipe out on their asses
    >> Fortitude 08/13/11(Sat)07:59 No.15922260
    You believe it's logical to be able to fight a swarm of mosquitoes with a sword?

    In this situation in DnD rules, as with so many others in so many games, resort to Plan A: kill it with fire.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)07:59 No.15922261
    Bit what if it eats gods too?
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)08:01 No.15922274

    Mosquiton, devourer of planes, drainer of gods.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)08:04 No.15922287
    that all depends on how your gods operate.
    Gods in my roleplayings are not susceptible to standard attacks, and these are mere mosquitos. A huge amount, yes, disease carrying, yes... but that's still nothing to a god
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)08:05 No.15922296
    I believe its logical that you would HIT SOMETHING and that's all that has been discussed.

    that made me lol. I feel compelled to create a cult for it
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)08:09 No.15922316
    So everything that is not a god should be able to be harmed by hitting it with a piece of metal?
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)08:12 No.15922329
    Whoever posted that Tarantula (I can't go back to find the post number). Can you please not do so in future, I have a severe case of arachnophobia. ;_;

    Someone will probably post a spider to spite me now.
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    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)08:13 No.15922341
    What the mosquitos can't kill, eat or destroy, they just encase in their vast swarm never to be seen again. In the middle of the mosquito sphere, in the most dense part, there the gods of old are caught and resting in an endless dreamless sleep. Only one, the ONE IN THE CENTRE dreams. He dreams of the end of days, he dreams of despair and insanity, his dreams can rip apart the planes and shatter reality. HE is the one who is never to be awoken, he is the core and the source of the swarm, but for those that look too deep into the darkest of secrets there awaits the shocking truth, for it is not the swarm that follows the DREAMERS orders, it's not the swarm that protects the DREAMER.
    The swarm is a prison to never let the DREAMER escape. And it sacrifices everything to fulfill that task. Even if it means devouring everything in existence, because of the alternative would be even worse than that.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)08:15 No.15922358

    Not gonna pull the trigger myself, but you are totally asking for it...

    On that subject, I accept phobias as I am terrified of the open ocean, but I don't understand ones that are not mine :p
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)08:19 No.15922389


    called it...
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)08:25 No.15922416
    Well I guess my campaign has a Mosquito god now. Thanks /tg/.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)08:28 No.15922434
    is it a huge sphere weighting several thousand times the mass of the sun?
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)08:37 No.15922475
    Guys... so... what if your BBEG is mosquitos, fine...
    But what if your group is transformed into the same number of bees?
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)08:43 No.15922502
    The Ultimate War in Heaven.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)08:45 No.15922514
    A trillion trillion mosquitos at 2.5 milligram would be dense enough for a black hole.
    Don't be dense.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)09:17 No.15922614
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)09:51 No.15922753
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)10:04 No.15922823
    When the Mosquito ball collapses on itself into a black hole, won't the Black Hole Spider just eat it as it collapses into his domain?

    Problem solved.

    Unless, instead of collapsing into a black hole that many mosquitoes achieves sufficient complexity to form the Mosquito Singularity...
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)10:16 No.15922903
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    Laws of physics state, that black hole of the same mass, spin and charge are indistinguishable regardless what used to be their make-up.

    In other words- black hole made of spiders and black hole made of mosquitoes would be indistinguishable on fundamental level.

    Food for thought.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)10:21 No.15922924
    You can't be serious.
    You suggest the Mosquito Blackhole will be assimilated by the Black Hole Spider.... and you don't see a problem with that?
    Suuuure, let's just feed the damn thing. Why not taunt it and hand it a map to our home while we're at it.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)10:28 No.15922968
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    With love from /co/.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)10:38 No.15923029
    imagine. the mosquito star reaching super nova...
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)10:40 No.15923043
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    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)10:48 No.15923083
    i dunno, what units were they weighed in?
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)10:50 No.15923094
    >this weapon has a hundred thousand volts
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    >so the amperage can't be high.
    >spidermans face when the crook uses his gun and all it does is mildly sting her
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)13:38 No.15924291
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)13:43 No.15924333
    Current campaign: Generic fantasy set in DF.
    Fuckedness: Business as usual.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)13:47 No.15924360
    Meh. Wall of Fire.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)14:32 No.15924742
    Dear god, how horrifying.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)14:36 No.15924768
    Cleric 4th spell, repel vermin.

    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)14:50 No.15924898
    You guys are fucking retarded. Assuming a 200 lb man, the mass of the mosquito-crunch would be .0000000000000000075906% the mass of the earth. It's negligible compared to the mass of a star. Even if it had the density to be a star, it wouldn't have anywhere near the critical mass or gravitation. What WOULD happen, though, is a ridiculously huge explosion. City ending at the very least. I don't feel like crunching anymore numbers.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)15:03 No.15925039
    Imagine, if you will....

    Your last BBEG being replaced by 10^7 their weight in flying great white sharks that can breath out of water.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)15:07 No.15925074
    >>"ten million their weight"
    I don't understand this. Is this math? There's no operation being performed, and the grammar does not imply a measurement of any kind. Did you mean "ten million TIMES their weight" perhaps?
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)15:10 No.15925102
    Ten million times their weight was what he was trying to convey, probably.
    >> Anonymous 08/13/11(Sat)18:45 No.15926293
    What? Who the hell said that? Learn to freaking read

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