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Shadow Lodge ***

To be fair, I've never seen a table both so tickled and so terrified.

Silver Crusade ***

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Sammy T wrote:
To be fair, I've never seen a table both so tickled and so terrified.

I later GMed that adventure four times, and I always make a point of looking up from what I'm reading so I can see the looks on the players' faces when I say those four magic words:

Spoiler:
"The chair attacks you."

And I once had a player come up with an absolutely perfect comeback:

Spoiler:
"Good thing I have favored enemy: furniture"

Sovereign Court **** Venture-Lieutenant, Texas—Houston aka Lord Valstaff

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There was a hostage negotiation happening inside an alchemist's shop.

Enemy had our hostage.
We backed the enemy into a corner.
Our barbarian threatened to smash enemy in head with a shelf full of concoctions and potions.
Enemy didnt listen.
Barbarian slams shelf into enemy. Nat 20.
All alchemical fires and concoctions fall to floor.
Huge explosion engulfing everyone in the the small shop.
Everyone makes it out of the shop with 1hp.
Except hostage and enemy.

Nat 20 confirmed hit with a shelf though.

Scarab Sages ***

Fromper wrote:
Sammy T wrote:
To be fair, I've never seen a table both so tickled and so terrified.

I later GMed that adventure four times, and I always make a point of looking up from what I'm reading so I can see the looks on the players' faces when I say those four magic words:

** spoiler omitted **

And I once had a player come up with an absolutely perfect comeback:

** spoiler omitted **

I was not present for this, unfortunately, but there's a local Barbarian that notoriously hates doors. I can only imagine his expression when he attacked a door... and it attacked back.

(It's a brutally tough door, too!)

***

I believe this happened on a PbP, so it might be traceable, but a friend said that in an AP (WotR or RotR) someone threw a melon at a party member's head. It critted and the party member went down (level 1).

Sovereign Court * Venture-Agent, Canada—Ontario—Toronto aka crashcanuck

Ferious Thune wrote:
Fromper wrote:
Sammy T wrote:
To be fair, I've never seen a table both so tickled and so terrified.

I later GMed that adventure four times, and I always make a point of looking up from what I'm reading so I can see the looks on the players' faces when I say those four magic words:

** spoiler omitted **

And I once had a player come up with an absolutely perfect comeback:

** spoiler omitted **

I was not present for this, unfortunately, but there's a local Barbarian that notoriously hates doors. I can only imagine his expression when he attacked a door... and it attacked back.

(It's a brutally tough door, too!)

I think I know what door you mean, I had a sorcerer who should of been in high tier tank it with his face, good times.

Silver Crusade *

Ferious Thune wrote:
Fromper wrote:
Sammy T wrote:
To be fair, I've never seen a table both so tickled and so terrified.

I later GMed that adventure four times, and I always make a point of looking up from what I'm reading so I can see the looks on the players' faces when I say those four magic words:

** spoiler omitted **

And I once had a player come up with an absolutely perfect comeback:

** spoiler omitted **

I was not present for this, unfortunately, but there's a local Barbarian that notoriously hates doors. I can only imagine his expression when he attacked a door... and it attacked back.

(It's a brutally tough door, too!)

Whose barbarian has a problem with doors?

Scarab Sages ***

Bigdaddyjug wrote:
Ferious Thune wrote:
Fromper wrote:
Sammy T wrote:
To be fair, I've never seen a table both so tickled and so terrified.

I later GMed that adventure four times, and I always make a point of looking up from what I'm reading so I can see the looks on the players' faces when I say those four magic words:

** spoiler omitted **

And I once had a player come up with an absolutely perfect comeback:

** spoiler omitted **

I was not present for this, unfortunately, but there's a local Barbarian that notoriously hates doors. I can only imagine his expression when he attacked a door... and it attacked back.

(It's a brutally tough door, too!)

Whose barbarian has a problem with doors?

A player in Baton Rouge. The Barbarian goes by the name of Grumph. He's also not very fond of books.

Scarab Sages **** Venture-Agent, Netherlands—Utrecht aka Woran

Fromper wrote:
Michael White wrote:
MadScientistWorking wrote:


I was almost beaten to death with a broom which only happens in one scenario I think....
Suddenly I dont feel so bad for being dropped to -2 by a bag. I still get razzed about that.
I've seen a chair knock someone unconscious in PFS. The guy who started this thread was the GM for that table.

I have some fond memories of that chair.

Scarab Sages **** Venture-Agent, Netherlands—Utrecht aka Woran

Quentin Coldwater wrote:
I believe this happened on a PbP, so it might be traceable, but a friend said that in an AP (WotR or RotR) someone threw a melon at a party member's head. It critted and the party member went down (level 1).

It was a goblin. And it died to critical melon damage. It was hilarious.


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Ferious Thune wrote:
there's a local Barbarian that notoriously hates doors.

Our home group loves doors. They're always made of adamantium and equipped with superior masterwork locks (Disable Device at least 35), so they fetch a huge price on the open market when we lug them back to town. The look on the GM's face is an added bonus.

Scarab Sages **

Calybos1 wrote:
Ferious Thune wrote:
there's a local Barbarian that notoriously hates doors.

Our home group loves doors. They're always made of adamantium and equipped with superior masterwork locks (Disable Device at least 35), so they fetch a huge price on the open market when we lug them back to town. The look on the GM's face is an added bonus.

I foresee a terrible surprise in your future.


We had a TPK by the haunt in The Temple of Empyreal Enlightenment scenario. Seems pretty lame to have an IK trap at that level. One after another: fail *splat* fail *splat* fail *splat* fail *splat* fail *splat* ... game over.

Grand Lodge ***** Venture-Captain, Arizona—Phoenix aka TriOmegaZero

That's unfortunate, since the haunt only targets one character per hour.


Steven Schopmeyer wrote:
That's unfortunate, since the haunt only targets one character per hour.

The GM must have missed that part. :o

Time to track down that session. 5/6 of the party didn't die! It was years ago, though.

Shadow Lodge ****

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Jordan Agudelo wrote:

There was a hostage negotiation happening inside an alchemist's shop.

barbarian killed something and pathfinders set something on fire.

.. Rare sightings. We're looking for RARE sightings Not every single game session... :)

The Exchange ****

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BigNorseWolf wrote:
Jordan Agudelo wrote:

There was a hostage negotiation happening inside an alchemist's shop.

barbarian killed something and pathfinders set something on fire.

.. ... :)

and then the team exits the VC briefing room...


I once saw a character with ranks in Intimidate make a Diplomacy check!

Dark Archive ****

Calybos1 wrote:
Ferious Thune wrote:
there's a local Barbarian that notoriously hates doors.

Our home group loves doors. They're always made of adamantium and equipped with superior masterwork locks (Disable Device at least 35), so they fetch a huge price on the open market when we lug them back to town. The look on the GM's face is an added bonus.

We have a guy who specializes in doors. His favorite is a 15d6 electrical blast every few rounds. He's still trying to come up with a method to wield it.

My advice is throw anything. .. but he's not parial to it.

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