The Vagrant Erudite wrote:
Silence, worm! That never happened.
Saving Cap'n Crunch wrote:
Why do people rebuild things they know are going to be destroyed? Why do people cling to life when they know they can't live forever? Think how meaningless each of your lives is!!
Ashley Kaprielian wrote:
I've got a high-potency energy ray that might be able to change your mind.
I fail to see the problem here.
though if your players are particularly morally bankrupt, they might just make killing a villain easier by putting chunks of dead lead golem in the main water supply of the villain and simply wait for the metal-poison non-resistant ones to die off from thirst or lead-poisoning.
This plan has my seal of approval!
Gars DarkLover wrote:
Vote for me, sure! I'm an equal-opportunity psychopath.
Thurston Hillman wrote:
I guess I can let you live. For now. If only because your gleefully sadistic mind entertains me. Slack off and I might be inclined to change my tune, heheheheh.
Another player was (and still is) the "dangerous when bored" type. So, as the mighty wizard is showing us the tower at the heart of this world, he explains that these three floating spheres are what keep the world whole and balanced. That if they were to be disrupted, the world would be torn apart. The dangerous when bored player has his character knock them all off the pedestal. We never did play in that setting again.
... I fail to see the problem here.
Ionnia von Sturnidae wrote:
Roast Your Heart
That really drives you INSAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAANE!!