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Which reminds of a story that I'm sure I've told here before.

Back in the days of 3.5, a group I was in was looking for another player. Two of the group found a guy who said he was experienced in DnD and was ready to play. They told him the character creation rules (one of them was the DM), and told him when to show up. He arrived, pulled out his character sheet, and announced he was playing a Dark Jedi from Star Wars d20. When told that he couldn't because it wasn't from an approved book, he got pissed off, yelled "Why not, it's all d20!" and left. We did not miss him.

Edit: That's odd. I'm pretty sure none of us was nekkid.

That time.

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I would not miss him either. I would miss my pants.


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Just a Mort wrote:

Kineticists in my game don't fly either because they don't count as arcane casters. Otherwise usually I'll allow it.

What would I do with CRB, APG, UC and UM. Maybe heavens oracle for cheesed up colour spray..

Sorry, no colour spray. Color spray, on the other hand, is perfectly acceptable.

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Or maybe Evangelist archer cleric of Erastil. I like buffing people! If Seeker of Secrets was allowed then I could take Boon Companion and we’d get another fluffy friend!

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Sorry. British english here so I type Colour with a U in it.


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Just a Mort wrote:
Sorry. British english here so I type Colour with a U in it.

Yeah, but I'm the GM.

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Which reminds me…our teacher used to scold us for using American English in our essays…but that’s a different story. But Souped up color sprays!! Shinny!

What would I play for an arcane caster…eh…probably a conjurer, spell focus conjuration, and probably try to make a lesser dazing rod for dazing aqueous orb….


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well at least my request was still the same game... I will say I have ran a jedi with a 3.5 dnd party before. the saga edition works better FYI. The older one had that weird force skills (one skill per force power) thing which was a pain. I also had a d20 future and d20 apocalypse toon in that party... good times.

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What would I play if I were a melee class….NOTHING! Because I don’t play non casties :P

Well occasionally I will…but probably a ranger with FE giants. Cos, Giant Slayer.


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I had assumed at least one player would make a Ranger, but nope.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
I had assumed at least one player would make a Ranger, but nope.

Power Ranger? I'm in! sign me up!

So exactly how do you want to do my zoid?

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I mean, is dwarven ranger too obvious?


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Whee! Critical Role returns in about 19 hours!


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
I had assumed at least one player would make a Ranger, but nope.

Power Ranger? I'm in! sign me up!

So exactly how do you want to do my zoid?

Up the tailpipe.


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TriOmegaZero wrote:
I mean, is dwarven ranger too obvious?

Maybe obvious, but effective.


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TriOmegaZero wrote:
I mean, is dwarven ranger too obvious?

If you are riding a bear then it is always ok.

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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Whee! Critical Role returns in about 19 hours!

I may actually watch that during tomorrow nights shift.


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Mater Slaad wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
I had assumed at least one player would make a Ranger, but nope.

Power Ranger? I'm in! sign me up!

So exactly how do you want to do my zoid?

Up the tailpipe.

That sounds exhausting.

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I don't mind rangers, I just prefer casters generally as I find beating people up.. so crude.

5e, I'm the opposite. Having gotten so dillusioned with magic(no Glitterdust, color spray was nerfed), I've decided to have as little to do with it as possible and concentrated on just beatsticking everyone up.

Or more accurately would be to shoot holes in everyone using crossbow expert

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I rolled a lunar oracle that rode her bear. Since I was a furry race, it was basically one furry riding another furry.


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
TriOmegaZero wrote:
I mean, is dwarven ranger too obvious?
If you are riding a bear then it is always ok.

Let's mix things up a little. A Bear Ranger riding a Dwarf.


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I'd play that.

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Just a Mort wrote:
I rolled a lunar oracle that rode her bear. Since I was a furry race, it was basically one furry rising another furry.

No worse than my crew with Raptor Squad. (Three tengus with dino companions.)


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Or a Halfling riding a Giant a la Master Blaster.

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Bear Cavalry!


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TriOmegaZero wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:
I rolled a lunar oracle that rode her bear. Since I was a furry race, it was basically one furry rising another furry.
No worse than my crew with Raptor Squad. (Three tengus with dino companions.)

Dino Riders?

May need to use Starfinder for this.

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I had a nagaji and his dinosaur. It's all the lizard theme.

What happens when a tengu druid uses anthromorphic animal on his roc animal companion?

Can you tell them apart?


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i still want a giant robot dinosaur to ride in and a saxophone/axe/canon.

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No worse than my crew with Raptor Squad. (Three tengus with dino companions.)

Nice little raptors...

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gran rey de los mono wrote:

Dino Riders?

May need to use Starfinder for this.

I promise it was a thing before Jurassic World came out.

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I'm actually a luddite in games even. I can't touch any guns or bombs. Yeah I'm not playing starfinder.


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I am personally all for some blaster and laser sword action. Heck I want a laser sword for my barbarian in a post apocalyptic world ruled by a cyborg lich. my party members being a angry wookie and a technomancer witch lady.

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I could be the angry wookie with an axe to grind =)


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Just a Mort wrote:
I could be the angry wookie with an axe to grind =)

I shall call you Ookla the Mok.


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:
I could be the angry wookie with an axe to grind =)
I shall call you Ookla the Mok.

How about Garminthrax the Ever-Blunt? Because her axe always needs grinding.


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Or maybe Keytar the Shorn. She's angry because someone shaved her.


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Sounds like the name of an NPC all the druids goes to get their "special" plants.


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Terrinam wrote:
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I'm going to go out on a limb here...Filipino stick fighting training usually ends up with the teacher getting more bruises (usually on the hands) than the student, since the student has trouble with aim. If I extend that reasoning to Western European sword styles, I'm thinking a liver might get punctured.
Depending on the type of sword, they usually use either blunted or wooden weapons. The result is the instructor getting a lot of bruises...

We've said 'no thrusts' when playing with sharps, and we do have some sort of hand and face protection lined up; providing we're careful, it should be OK. After all, we're both responsible adults.

Oh, wait.

S@*@.

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IIRC, nose and ear wounds were common injuries among Polish nobility duelist. You had a Polish sabre, Limey, hadn't you?

I've got a blunt Hungarian sabre, but I can see how that might happen, certainly.

A common way to recognise a fencing master in ye olden dayes was that they'd often lost one eye, too, which ties in with what others have said above...


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Or maybe she could be a "psychic" who communicates with dead Patrick Swayze. You could call her Wookie Goldberg.

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I have an axe to grind with technology! Ookla the Mok sounds fine! *Rawr*

Doesn’t losing one eye affect your depth perception and thus your fencing prowess? Though I’ve heard it matters more for archery.


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Just a Mort wrote:

I have an axe to grind with technology! Ookla the Mok sounds fine! *Rawr*

Doesn’t losing one eye affect your depth perception and thus your fencing prowess? Though I’ve heard it matters more for archery.

Maybe, but you get an eye patch, so...

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I'm not the sort that makes a good pirate you know. The lawfulness of my nature forbids me from engaging in piracy.


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Huh apparently their is a band with that name.


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An anecdote from tonight's game:
The party has been sailing on a riverboat, and have gone ashore to investigate what appears to be a recently attacked outpost. They clear it out, and the party leader tells the human fighter to go "signal the captain that it's all clear now". The player, being a navy veteran, says he steps out and starts doing semaphore, which he used to know but his character doesn't. So he's standing there waving his arms about, and I have the captain (who sounds a bit like Randy Savage, if you remember) calls out "You...want us...to do...the Macarena...on the forecastle? *shrug* Okay! Let's do this!!" He gathers the crew, has the coxswain play a beat on her drum, and leads the other 8 or so half-orc sailors in doing the Macarena. The party stands on shore watching and laughing, so the captain calls out "How long do you need us to do this for? We can keep going! I can do this ALL NIGHT LONG!!!"

We had a good laugh.

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I thought Ookla the Mok was from Thundarr the barbarian.

Ookla the Mok (voiced by Henry Corden) – Ookla is a member of the Mok species, a leonine humanoid with fangs and yellow eyes. In Thundarr the Barbarian's backstory, Ookla and Thundarr were enslaved in the court of the wizard Sabian until Sabian's stepdaughter Princess Ariel helped them escape. As a Mok, Ookla has great strength, usually fighting by ripping up a nearby sapling or piece of wreckage to club his enemies. On a few occasions he is shown to use a longbow that fires a type of paralyzing arrow. However, he is also the most likely of the heroes to charge right into an enemy attack or to be enraged by unusual nuisances or threats. Moks dwell in their own territory, ruled by a king; they fear and hate water, preferring to face overwhelming odds in battle rather than wade through a stream to escape. Both Thundarr and Ariel generally understand the howls that make up Ookla's speech, but Thundarr seems to know more about Mok culture than Ariel, perhaps because he and Ookla met and worked together as slaves before either met Ariel. Whereas Thundarr and Ariel ride horses for transportation (his is white; hers is brown), Ookla's steed is another quadrupedal species called an equort.

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I made the bloodrager dance the macarena in a duck hat and in his skivies as part of his "wedding trials..."


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Just a Mort wrote:

I thought Ookla the Mok was from Thundarr the barbarian.

Ookla the Mok (voiced by Henry Corden) – Ookla is a member of the Mok species, a leonine humanoid with fangs and yellow eyes. In Thundarr the Barbarian's backstory, Ookla and Thundarr were enslaved in the court of the wizard Sabian until Sabian's stepdaughter Princess Ariel helped them escape. As a Mok, Ookla has great strength, usually fighting by ripping up a nearby sapling or piece of wreckage to club his enemies. On a few occasions he is shown to use a longbow that fires a type of paralyzing arrow. However, he is also the most likely of the heroes to charge right into an enemy attack or to be enraged by unusual nuisances or threats. Moks dwell in their own territory, ruled by a king; they fear and hate water, preferring to face overwhelming odds in battle rather than wade through a stream to escape. Both Thundarr and Ariel generally understand the howls that make up Ookla's speech, but Thundarr seems to know more about Mok culture than Ariel, perhaps because he and Ookla met and worked together as slaves before either met Ariel. Whereas Thundarr and Ariel ride horses for transportation (his is white; hers is brown), Ookla's steed is another quadrupedal species called an equort.

Come on now I gave a ton of hints.

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Oh so I should be called Chewie the Wookie instead? =)


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alternatively you could be called Cringer.


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He means the old He-man and the Masters of the Universe cartoon.

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