Hey tg. I've had a shitty weekend. Could we have a tg humor thread?
>>32228061Based laughing elf meme
A FILTHY XENOS AND A HERETIC ENTER THE EATERY OF A LOYAL IMPERIAL CITIZENBOTH ARE PURGED WITH CLEANSING FIRE IN THE GOD EMPEROR'S NAME
>>32228103This is 100% awesome and I am fucking stealing the premise.
>>32229154I wish I ended my adventuring career with a centaur waifu.
Oh god, please stop posting so many beautiful, vibrant works of art that each take twenty minutes to read and fully appreciate their detail and workmanship. We'll be here all day.
>>32229382NO! Don't stop!
>>32229382I just want them to stop teasing me. I'm on my damn phone!
>>32229870this is is too big to directly posthttp://www.wizards.com/dnd/images/map_ravenloft1.jpg
>>32228341Oh shit I lost it...
>>32229185>>32229212>>32229241These are fucking magnificent, and the man who made them is a fucking genius.
Hey /tg/. What classical music do you use in games? I'm attempting to think up what music a space captain would play on the bridge of his ship.
>>32231447Well shit. I didn't notice that mispost.
>>32231779These are top tier players. I keep waiting for something like this to happen in my campaign, but no luck so far. There's a lot of knowledge type skill checks coming their way soon though, so fingers crossed.
>>32231296lol thats just from a fables comic
>>32231447For bombasticity, Tchaikovsky or John Philip Sousa. For raw emotion, Bach or Chopin.
>>32231447Try checking out baroque music.
>>32231711More like Kung Fools, am I right?
>>32228341That auschwitz would have to be some subatomic shit.
>>32232372I just did a quick and dirty number crunching, that Auschwitz would have to be about 3.36 square nanometers in size. That is small enough that two of them could be placed side by side inside of a typical virus and there would be room to spare.
>>32232520Assuming that a given bank branch has one to two dozen employees in the building during regular hours, and given the average number of microorganisms a human body hosts, it would not be unreasonable to state that one of those organisms has randomly mutated an Auschwitz.Would there be any evolutionary advantage to this? That would significantly increase the chances.
>>32233022>best care>by a nigger
>>32231826and I was going to post this toohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZOQlG8YRxEQ
>>32233053I approve, anon.
>>32233053This here is grand
>>32233037>>32233053>tfw I'm the doctorIt's Canada's problem now
>>32233053>See this>go back and notice the details in>>32232971Clever as fuck.
>>32233166I'm pretty sure most anyone would kill for a dragon on their side.Like a lot.
>>32228269This one fucking got me.
>>32231296Date night with /tg/.
>>32228229Why the hell would you crop out the top part, and the source label?
>>32228246Made me giggle.
>>32228079Not to go off topic or start a flame war, but would you guys consider this a good example of Lawful Evil? I've never really been given a good idea of Lawful Evil except a picture of Darth Vader, so I'm curious. This seems to have a flair of chaotic behavior, but I see the lawfulness in it as well.
>>32233751It depends. If he's just painting that shit without permission it's CE exploiting lawful techniques but if he has permission or authority to paint that it's lawful.
>>32233794Given that there were cameras on him, he was probably acting within the law, and the crew cleaned it up after they got good footage of a reaction or two.So yeah, LE fits nicely.
>>32232987Vampire and minotaur?
>>32233751>capping that>leaving out the "eh, it's a living" postThat was the funniest part of the whole damn thing.
>>32234034>Support group for people who have had the operation already or are interested in having it.
>>32228020>Santorum>extra sausage and chocolate milkSubtle. Very subtle indeed.
>>32228229Let me post Part 1 of that comic.
>>32235053I can always count on Kant to tell it like it is.
>>32234202>I'd like to see death as a harried salaryman.Already done. That's actually the basis of one of the best adventure games of all time.
>>32235092Kant actually wouldn't lie to the orc. "Would you lie to a murderer if it would be the only way to keep a child safe?" was one of the questions posited of Kant and as Kant held the position lying was categorically wrong, he said he wouldn't.Moreover, the character by his own account had no chance of defeating the orcs single-handed. But he charged in anyway.They're all oddballs.
>>32227990Have a comic.Never underestimate the ability of players to try to solve problems in every method other than the obvious solution.
>>32235332>the character by his own account had no chance of defeating the orcs single-handed. But he charged in anyway.Kant is a deontological ethicist. It's not the outcome of the decision which is important, it's the principle. Fighting is the right thing to do- even if death is a certainty.
I didn't see this one in this thread yet
>>32232372It gave a jew a bad toe burn.
>>32235332>Kant actually wouldn't lie to the orc. "Would you lie to a murderer if it would be the only way to keep a child safe?" was one of the questions posited of Kant and as Kant held the position lying was categorically wrong, he said he wouldn't.Well, yeah, why do you think he felt so bad about having done it?>They're all oddballs.>philosophers
>>32228582That Guy: First Person Perspective.jpg
>>32233871That just gets annoying.
>>32228582That would had been commendable, had he left out that first paragraph about his "duty to stop it".So it's just one That Guy thwarting a bunch of That Guys for having Bad Fun.
>>32241089Except that if they were all happily having fun together, they weren't That Guys at all. They were just players doing a wacky, lighthearted campaign. That Guy is the person at the table who ruins everybody's fun, which the guy who wrote that explicitly set out to do.
>>32241427Unless the poster is lying about something or omitting relevant information(highly likely), the party did try to steal from him and threaten to kill him, which is undeniably ruining someone's fun.Maybe he was being a fuckwit long before that, or the stipulations of the sale were different than he made them out to be. But as-is, the act itself was justified and appropriate, but not the original intention.
>>32241614Yeah, I can kinda see that. OTOH, it sounds an awful lot like he was being an edgy dick, too, right from the get go, what with his Deathnote fanwank character, and "shit had to stop and I knew that it was my duty to stop it." I get the impression that they wanted their money back because they thought he had ripped them off.
>>32241427People behave differently in different environments. They could be cool dudes outside of a game, but shitty players at the table.All in all, it didn't seem like there was anyone who was being outrageously shitty. If I had a character trying to waylay another and he ended me that way I would have been appreciative. That was cool.
>>32233128Oh please, the comic is great and you know it.
>>32241732I don't know. It seems to me they suspected (rightly) that something was up with the equipment, but just jumped to the wrong conclusion (that he was giving them cheap stuff for high prices, when it was actually expensive booby-trapped stuff at fire sale prices as a lure) and that he was just looking for an excuse to use it to kill them.
>>32232695So is that what evil is? How infected with viral-auschwitzes you are?
>>32233751In my opinion, Frollo from The Hunchback of Notre Dame will always be the quintessential archetype of Lawful Evil. The idea of "either it fits within my narrow and necessary set of rules or it burns" is the very essence of L/E in my opinion.other examples:Tarquin from OOTS>>32234086This, very much thisAs far as I'm aware, every dragon in Shadowrun would qualify as L/ELex Luthor (actually, pretty much any "corporate overlord" villain is L/E, so that covers Lex, Shadowrun dragons, AND Jack)Arguably Discworld's Vetinari, but he's more Lawful Neutral. You could even argue Lawful Good, honestly.The entire Paczat race from City of Reality (they look Chaotic Evil from the outside, but it's just that their "laws" don't protect anyone but each other. Other races are "fodder")
>>32243516They're like midichlorians, except they make you evil instead of giving you cool powers.
>>32243937Vetinari is Lawful Tyrannical Vimes is Lawful Lawful.Carrot is Contagious Lawful Good.Rincewind is Neutral Shaggy.Death is Neutral Good even though his job description says Lawful Neutral.Granny Weatherwax is Lawful Cranky.
>>32245642But what's Moist Von Lipwig?
>>32245712I'd say CN forced to act LN
>>32246247It's cool, he's got it under control and all.I mean he can quit whenever he wants.It's not like he's doing this because he LIKES it...>hints of alignment tsundere