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27 posts. Alias of Orthos.


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Pillbug Toenibbler wrote:
CrystalSeas wrote:
Does everyone know where their towel is?
If it helps, I know where my trowel is. {muffled weeping sounds can be heard coming from behind freshly-mortared brick wall}

For the love of Gob, Toenibbler!


♪ Attaaaaaaack of the killer potatoes.... ♫


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Freehold DM wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

My favorite settings.

1. Starfinder
1. Spelljammer (tie)
3. Shadowrun
4. Robotech/Macross

5. Rifts
6. Pathfinder
7. Eberron
8. Greyhawk
9. Forgotten Realms
10. Dragonlance.

I LOVE YOU!

Quote:

I didn't like Dark Sun and I know nothing of Planescape.

Edit: And Star Wars RPG has to go in there somewhere.

I HATE YOU!

But do you hate that you love him?


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Rawr! wrote:
Terrinam wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
I didn't actually get it so I went for a MTG reference instead. from what I got of 5th I'm sure the stat block for one animal isn't that greatly different from the next. should just use a small sized rat
Limeylongears wrote:
I thought capybaras were quite a bit bigger than rats...

They're about as large as medium-sized dogs. Or a smallish large breed dog.

Use the stats for a riding dog.

It does depend on the rat, because some of those beasts can get enormous.

Unto unusual sizes, one might say.


Don't you know, you never split the party...!


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Why didn't someone tell me they were talking about me over there?


I don't even remember why I'm here!


I think I've finally lost that orc....


Dark_Mistress wrote:

What about mythic bunnies? I mean come on it's a cute little rabbit.

"I *warned* you, but did you listen to me? Oh, no, you *knew*, didn't you? Oh, it's just a harmless little *bunny*, isn't it? "

"RUN AWAY!"


That'd be a pretty accurate epithet. Grod can certainly smash what others cannot.


hargoyle wrote:
Kobold Cleaver wrote:
Hargoyle's delusional. If Grod had a nemesis, it would be a gnome illusionist.
Of course I'm delusional! What would you expect from a tiny piranha trying to befriend someone like Grod?

Piranha? Perfect. Try this.

Hey Grod! This fish will eat anything you put in front of it. Or anyone.


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*aside* He still thinks the illusion we faced was the real enemy and the gnome was the spell.


Kobold Cleaver wrote:
Hargoyle's delusional. If Grod had a nemesis, it would be a gnome illusionist.

UGH. Not that guy again.


Trust me, I'm happy with second place. After seeing what Gobby's gone through I'm not envious of his spot. He can be the Best Friend. I just can't compete in that arena.


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Blast!


Hey, it wasn't a picnic for me either, big guy.

Incidentally that's also the night I decided no more Caydenbrew after midnight...


baalbamoth wrote:
Grod, you and brad are cute together... how long have you been a couple?

Sorry chumley, Brad don't swing that way.


Kydeem de'Morcaine wrote:
Grod, Son of Grod wrote:

...

Grod is smart...
hmm...

Just don't think about it too hard. There's no convincing him.


Cheapest resurrection ever.


... yes, actually. Sometimes. *casts mending/make whole on broken axe*


Porphyrogenitus wrote:
Does Brad count as "a common enemy" if no others are available?

H-hey!!

You wouldn't do that to me, would ya big guy?


Not to mention "improvised weapon syndrome".


Grod, Son of Grod wrote:
Brad argue a lot.

Hey, even I have my limits, big guy.


Heavens no! I'm still on my first. Grod's gone through about twelve.

... Make that thirteen.


Many, many lamentations. Thank the gods for prestidigitation.


ossian666 wrote:
Brad the Bard wrote:
Fleshgrinder wrote:
Round and round we go, where Baal stops, only Mork knows.
Pardon me, I seem to have lost my orc. Don't suppose you've seen him? Big fellow, tall, green, carries an axe, doesn't talk so well....
The smell says he went that away like 2 days ago...

It's distressing I didn't notice. I must be getting acclimated.

Ah well. Back on the trail I guess. He shouldn't be hard to find, just follow the path of snapped trees and rent opponents....


Fleshgrinder wrote:
Round and round we go, where Baal stops, only Mork knows.

Pardon me, I seem to have lost my orc. Don't suppose you've seen him? Big fellow, tall, green, carries an axe, doesn't talk so well....