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The Beard wrote:

Party asks for empowered fireball despite that it will hit the cavalier. Cavalier agrees, having forgotten (the rest of us, GM included), had as well. Makes his save. Fireball does around 80 damage total. Cavalier miraculously makes save, which is good, because that would've outright killed him. Nobody expected such a good roll. It is only after this that someone in the party remembers to mention his mount (it was one of those boon companions you have to get revived to keep). Mount rolls 1.

Fried chicken jokes for the next four hours.

What mount is that? The axebeak mount adds that to your list of mounts and is replacable.


I saw this and had to add to it.

I was playing my 2nd level new lame legged life oracle I was calling brother zanedu. every thing was going fine until we came int a room were there as a completely visible pit trap we make it threw the battle in the room and we had a kid at the table trigger the next 2 encounters at the same time before I could heal everyone with my wand. leading me to have to angle my channel in the room to heal my party and not the mooks.
unfortunately I forgot that the pit trap rule say if you are on the edge of a pit trap you need a reflex not to fall in. I roll a natural 1 and since I was at the back of the party all the rest of the part heard my loud yell of oh @#$%. after the rest of the party apparently finished off the last of the mooks and after 2 turns yelling for help the new player that made a bard character finally grab the the rope so i could slowly limp my way (lame) 5 ft up each turn out of the 20 ft pit. unfortunately the kid got restless and triggered another encounter while I was climbing with out thinking and even after being warned what would happen the new bard(not the kid stated ill pull out my crossbow and shoot at it.
my character who was 8 feet from the top suddenly had a lot of slack and proceeded to fall back down into the pit. yelling oh "@#$% not again!!" going to 0 hit points.
needles to say brother zanedu and the bard have pfs together since then and every time we do it seems that there is something we have to climb and my character say ill climb but no where near that blasted bard!!!

5/5 5/55/55/5

A couple from a dexcon

The party comes accross a hot spring, so naturally the druid takes off her clothes and hops in. A couple of barbarians ride up and demand to know what the party's doing there, so she invites them in for a dip and proceeds to nonchalantly offer them a few gifts and explain what they're doing there. (as the dm pointed out, grandmaster torch did it all the time, so why not)

Tiefling: How about we offer herto the barbarians?

Druid: Whats the circumstance bonus on that?

Almost the entire table is playing characters of the opposite gender. One male character notices that an NPC they're talking to has been charmed but can't tell the rest of the party that with them there, so he asks the only other male character there to come to the bathroom with him

"Wait, I thought that was our thing..."

The prophet of Kalistrade who always wear immaculate white robes, got splattered by troll guts from a diviner who cuts themselves open to do the augery and was then asked to assist with the organs "Here. Hand me that kidney back" *peers* "you will have a tuna salad. And you will regret it"

Silver Crusade

Was GMing The Confirmation at a Con back at the beginning of March. I ended up GMing it twice, and had the exact same thing happen in both.

First time, the party summoner, a gnome with maybe a 12 in Dex, decides he's going to try and jump across the stream on the final map. He rolls a 1 on the die and falls in. Now I had played this scenario a couple times and never had that happen, so I wasn't sure what to do. I asked one of our VOs and he said the scenario specifically says the stream has a current, so the summoner has to make swim checks to not get swept downstream. This summoner witha 12 in Dex also has a 7 in Str. Fails the swim check and gets swept out to sea. I ruled that when he got out of the current he was able to make it back to shore with no problem and didn't die. I'm not that cruel.

The next day I'm running the scenario again, and once again the party has a summoner, this time a human. This summoner has similar ability scores to the one from the day before. He attempts to jump across the river, rolls a 1, and falls in. He then fails his swim check and starts getting washed downstream. He thinks to ask if he can make a reflex save to grab the log. I say sure, and he somehow manages to make the reflex save, whose DC was higher than the acrobatics check to cross the river. He gets pulled up onto the log, then fails the check acrobatics check to walk across the slippery log, falls into the stream again, and gets washed out to sea.

The second time it could have been very bad for the party, as his eidolon was the only thing that was not getting destroyed by the boss. Thankfully, they managed to finish the fight before the summoner got far enough away for the eidolon to poof.

The other scenario I ran during that con was The Glass River Rescue. Wouldn't you know somebody ended up falling into the river during the first encounter? Now people in my local PFS group are afraid to play any scenario I'm GMing where's there's any body of water.

The Exchange 4/5

One of the funniest moments that I can remember was from Free RPG day this year (2014) and running the Risen from the Sands module. We had 1 character that fell into the same trap, 3 times, once because nobody checked for traps, second because it was quicker to fall than to climb, and third because he failed an acrobatics check to jump it. The antics of that character had everyone at the table laughing.

Grand Lodge 4/5 Premier Event Coordinator

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Sarkorian Prophesy:

At one point a Glabrezu appears. My paladin has never had a chance to fight such an evil opponent. I charge and crit-smite with a x3 weapon. High fives and cheers abound! After a tally, 160'ish damage. Again high-fives! Unfortunately, it was not enough to slay the demon. It retaliates with a full attack including two crits and drops me.

During this exchange, my companions were "hiding" and observing the battle from a nearby building...
Player: "Oh sh#t!" turns to the cleric "Go help him!"
Cleric: "Screw that! I'm not going out there." Did you see what it did to the paladin!"
Me: "Thanks guys" Sigh

Dark Archive

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A group of gm's played a midnight madness at Origins. Most of us were already silly by the time we started. It started with a mass search for plague zombies (not actually in the module, look closer they hide in corners) continued through a renting of backpack space fees for items "I must have." and culminated in a barbarian sneaking across a crowded room using a fern for cover.

Scarab Sages

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We have a guy who plays a gnome sorcerer who thinks he's a human barbarian. I was playing my ranger. We were fighting drow. We're going up the trail and on the left hand-side was the drop off. He casts grease, covering the trail. About 3 rounds in, the gnome tries to charge the drow. His charge takes him through the grease. He fails. The drow, OTOH, does not. And proceeds to kick him off the cliff. Someone asked if cast fly. I said "no. Bounce." What was even funnier, is that he actually survived the fall. He managed to stabilize at -10. His Con was 12. A few hits upside his head with a wand of Cure Mod and we're on our way. Two encounters later, he tries the EXACT same thing. And with the same result. I ended up spending money on a leash and collar for the gnome. I trained by animal companion how to walk the gnome. I had to train my animal companion to keep the gnome from running into combat.


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During a module, my group decided we needed search the forest and take information to to Fey Queen Not-Appearing-In-This-Module, who was the one that contacted the Pathfinder Society for help. The DM, knowing we were about to search a forest for someone who wasn't written, declared finding her to be a Track of 30. Which resulted in something like this:

Ranger: *roll* 20, plus bonuses it comes out to... 30.
GM: Fine. It's a DC 35!
Inquisitor: Um, I was assisting, and she was under guidance, so 33..
Wizard: Wait! We're in a forest, right? That's a +2 for her favored terrain!
Ranger: 35!
GM: I hate you all.

Silver Crusade

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So we're confronting some bad guys in an alchemist's shop. The leader chugs an invisibility (or possibly just vanish) potion and disappears.

The group, which is low level and included a couple of newbies, didn't have a lot of options for revealing an invis enemy, so we're tossing ideas around. One of the ideas was to light a torch or something, in the hopes that we'd see the displacement of the smoke around the invisible enemy.

So we're going in initiative order, and we get to the tiefling barbarian. He pulls out a flask of oil, pours it on himself, and lights it. Having tiefling fire resist 5, the 1d6 damage was unlikely to hurt him, but what he forgot to take into account is that he was in an alchemy shop, surrounded by miscellaneous bottles of highly volatile stuff. So needless to say, he accidentally blew up half the shop. Half the party, along with half the bad guys, took some sort of damage, including several people ending up dazzled from the bright explosion.

But wait, it gets better.

The next round, he decides to put himself out before anything else blows up. He's got a pretty good reflex, so he decides not to drop to the ground for the +4 bonus. He flubs the roll.

Finally, on the following round, he does the stop, drop, and roll, and finally puting out the fire, and leaving himself prone on the ground after wasting 3 rounds in combat to accomplish nothing except making the fight more difficult for the rest of us.

Because the fight wasn't going well, some people in the party were pretty pissed at this guy, but I personally thought it was hilarious. In the end, the invisible leader attacked my battle oracle and got a power attacking longsword to the face, first on my turn, then on an AoO. The minions surrendered once their leader went down, so luckily, nobody died. So I got to play hero in this fight, after having spent an entire earlier fight trying unsuccessfully to climb out of a pit trap. (stupid full plate armor check penalty *grumble*)

So his tactic may have completely backfired (no pun intended), but I think the tale of the self-immolating tiefling is likely to be remembered as legend.

Sovereign Court

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My PFS cleric of Calistria is talking to a non-hostile (at least at the moment) medusa and being the good clergy member that he is, flirts heavily with her with his very high diplomacy skill.

The GM, not missing a beat, says; "come back later tonight with a paper bag and a dozen potions of cure poison."

Liberty's Edge

I was playing a Cavalier who is an Order of the Cockatrice and a follower of Cayden Cailean (sorry if spell check messes with her name), who is sort of a player and a very free spirit.
We open a cabinet and there are three people covered in mushrooms

GM: There are a dwarf man, an apparently human man, and a Dwarf Women tied up with a mushroom like rope. When-
Me: Wait- is she hot?
GM: What?
Me: The Dwarf Chick- how hot is she?
GM: So... moving on-

The whole time, one half of the table is rolling and the other half is rolling their eyes to the point of dizziness.

Sovereign Court

A family of 5, mom dad and 3 kids sit down for encounter at the drowning stones. Kids were not age appropriate for the theme.

So, I radically changed the adventure - on the fly. They let me know it was a fun module afterward.

Grand Lodge 4/5

So, tonight my Kitsune Sorcerer charmed a T-Rex, made it an honorary Pathfinder, and sent it off into the Worldwound to fight demons.

Spoiler:
The scenario was Where Mammoths Dare Not Tread, for those interested.

Scarab Sages

Can't remember the scenario, but we as a group encountered creature with a multi-target sleep effects. After a couple of rounds of most of the party being asleep and the situation looking pretty dire, our ranger pipes up with this gem:
"Wait a second, I'm a half-elf"
After we recovered from the laughter and having the ranger immune to the effect stop slacking, the creatures were promptly dispatched.


Hmm, might that have been a particularly sandy adventure?

Scarab Sages 5/5 5/55/55/5

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Jeff Merola wrote:

So, tonight my Kitsune Sorcerer charmed a T-Rex, made it an honorary Pathfinder, and sent it off into the Worldwound to fight demons.

** spoiler omitted **

You had better at least have given Mrs Chompy a mage armor...Tap tap taps pointy stick

Grand Lodge 4/5

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Flutter wrote:
Jeff Merola wrote:

So, tonight my Kitsune Sorcerer charmed a T-Rex, made it an honorary Pathfinder, and sent it off into the Worldwound to fight demons.

** spoiler omitted **

You had better at least have given Mrs Chompy a mage armor...Tap tap taps pointy stick

Do Paladin levels count? Because that's what the table decided happened.

RPG Superstar 2014 Top 16, RPG Superstar 2013 Top 16

Jeff Merola wrote:

So, tonight my Kitsune Sorcerer charmed a T-Rex, made it an honorary Pathfinder, and sent it off into the Worldwound to fight demons.

** spoiler omitted **

My cleric likes to do the same thing, but he skips the charming and deputizing in favor of a plane shift.

Liberty's Edge

FanaticRat wrote:
Since I've become increasingly frustrated with PFS games recently, why not just have a thread about the funny moments we've had in them? I mean you guys gotta have some good stories, right?

So I play this wolverine imitating barbarian... I know bad form/Mike Brock hates it when people do this.

So we're playing a scenario involving Harpies on a high cliff, and of course I've got no range weapon (lvl 11). Harpy flies off cliff to cast at us, so I do the only thing I can, I'm Wearing a Grapplers Mask and have max acrobatics, and I am very heavy... I leap off the cliff because she is on the cliff level. Grapple...Fall...Crit on the ground with my x3 claw....

Dark Archive

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I have three opponents with a decent hide skill. 2 roll good one gets a 1. Followed by a similar 1 as he tries to perceive the pcs coming up the path.

So I explain the room and add you see this one humanoid sitting on a couch with his eyes closed and hands over his ears saying softly, I'm invisible over n over. One of the pcs had to take 3 rolls to see him with the assist of another.

I guess if you cant see me I cant see you does work after all.

Silver Crusade

MeriDoc- wrote:

I have three opponents with a decent hide skill. 2 roll good one gets a 1. Followed by a similar 1 as he tries to perceive the pcs coming up the path.

So I explain the room and add you see this one humanoid sitting on a couch with his eyes closed and hands over his ears saying softly, I'm invisible over n over. One of the pcs had to take 3 rolls to see him with the assist of another.

I guess if you cant see me I cant see you does work after all.

http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0003.html

Silver Crusade

For Realm of the Fellnight Queen, I brought my incredibly paranoid monk, who passed straight on by the food tent. When I explained that I only eat food when I knew where it came from, the Samurai and the Barbarian made it their mission to get me to eat real food.

When it came time to meet the rangers, the follow in exchange happened.

Samurai: "You know, this guy said he was better than you."

Me: "No I didn't."

Barbarian: "And he said he could kick your sorry butts in an archery contest.!"

Me: "No I didn't!"

Rangers: "Well, we will have to see about that, shall we not?"

Me: "No we don't!"

Curse my -2 Diplomacy

4/5 Venture-Lieutenant, California—Fresno aka dien

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I've started to make characters for their silliness value rather than badassery... thus, Conan O'Brien, my bard-barian/DDI, who carries a greatsword and a rubber chicken... I keep a list of bad, D&D/PF themed jokes on hand to bomb the table with.

And I'm pretty used to him being the silliest character at any table I sit down at.

Not so at Kubla Con this year.

I apologize in advance for forgetting the names of all the characters I played with, but, around the table, we had:

-A dwarf witch who the player envisioned as, basically, a Southern Baptist grandmother, who invited every NPC we met to 'come down to our prayer meetin' for Jebus' and who constantly sat down in combat because she had to 'take a load off these old feet, Lord have mercy';
-the indispensable gnomish bearded cross-dresser and cabaret artist, Ms. Gnom de Plume, and her large and intimidating gaffer, who makes sure her lighting is always perfect (summoner and eidolon);
-the tiefling hippy alchemist who is pretty much a pacifist and who didn't want to kill the hordes of undead attacking us
([Player] "I dunno, man, can't we just, talk it out with them..."
([GM] "They're trying to eat your face."
([Player] "They're just hungry! Don't worry, I brought munchies.")
-the gunslinger whose name, I believe, was Typhoon Kamikaze (Crimson Typhoon? Something)... basically a walking giant mustache who was in an Wild West setting in his head and constantly asking if the NPCs we met had mustaches, and if the mustaches rivaled his own in manly glory;
-aaand the nagaji rogue with Int 7 whose player never once broke the sibilant lisp his character spoke with, and who mimed out his character's facial tics and gestures to perfect and hilarious effect.

I have never laughed so hard at a table. Ever. Between a visit to Miss Feathers and dressing the dwarf witch up as Cher in order to sing karaoke to a bar full of Andorans....

...yeah. Just. Yeah.


dien wrote:

I've started to make characters for their silliness value rather than badassery... thus, Conan O'Brien, my bard-barian/DDI, who carries a greatsword and a rubber chicken... I keep a list of bad, D&D/PF themed jokes on hand to bomb the table with.

And I'm pretty used to him being the silliest character at any table I sit down at.

Not so at Kubla Con this year.

I apologize in advance for forgetting the names of all the characters I played with, but, around the table, we had:

-A dwarf witch who the player envisioned as, basically, a Southern Baptist grandmother, who invited every NPC we met to 'come down to our prayer meetin' for Jebus' and who constantly sat down in combat because she had to 'take a load off these old feet, Lord have mercy';
-the indispensable gnomish bearded cross-dresser and cabaret artist, Ms. Gnom de Plume, and her large and intimidating gaffer, who makes sure her lighting is always perfect (summoner and eidolon);
-the tiefling hippy alchemist who is pretty much a pacifist and who didn't want to kill the hordes of undead attacking us
([Player] "I dunno, man, can't we just, talk it out with them..."
([GM] "They're trying to eat your face."
([Player] "They're just hungry! Don't worry, I brought munchies.")
-the gunslinger whose name, I believe, was Typhoon Kamikaze (Crimson Typhoon? Something)... basically a walking giant mustache who was in an Wild West setting in his head and constantly asking if the NPCs we met had mustaches, and if the mustaches rivaled his own in manly glory;
-aaand the nagaji rogue with Int 7 whose player never once broke the sibilant lisp his character spoke with, and who mimed out his character's facial tics and gestures to perfect and hilarious effect.

I have never laughed so hard at a table. Ever. Between a visit to Miss Feathers and dressing the dwarf witch up as Cher in order to sing karaoke to a bar full of Andorans....

...yeah. Just. Yeah.

... That is the kind of thing where you want a tape recorder or a video going. It sounds glorious in its silliness.

If I ever go to a con and sit down for PFS, I should bring something to record it. And possibly popcorn.

3/5 Venture-Lieutenant, Louisiana—New Orleans aka Duncan7291

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Happened at 2014 PaizoCon at Confirmation table. Party was in the cave with gillman and GM mentioned that the centipedes and frogs were fighting one another. Centipede attacked frog and I turned to other player at table and bet him 5 gold the Centipede would win the fight. He accepted the bet and then proceeded to squish the centipede with his boot and rightly declaring the frog as the winner. In the name of the frog king, he proceeded to stop out the remaining centipedes in the cavern.

Seeing how the frog king was clearly superior to the centipedes I used my sleeves of many garments (Was playing with 2 scenarios under belt so had gold to buy them earlier) and changed my outfit to that of a frog costume and went around proclaiming victory for the frog king.

Later in the scenario we encountered a giant centipede and we charged and killed it screaming "FOR THE FROG KING" The entire table got into it and there were many jokes exchanged about the frog king. I finished the scenario still wearing my frog suit.

Have another really good story out of PaizoCon in which myself and a halfling pretended to be guards in Port Godless scenario. I cant describe the entire encounter on this board but needless to say, other players and myself employed very dark humor to fantasic results that left the entire table and the GM in stiches. Poor guards now have a really negative rumor to overcome :)

Silver Crusade

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DM: What do you do?

Beastmorph Alchemist: I take a bite out of crime[/mcgruff]

5/5 Venture-Agent, California—San Francisco Bay Area North & East aka Pirate Rob

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dien wrote:
...yeah. Just. Yeah.

My favorite moment from that table was actually when Conan explained his Andoran back story...

About being on a Chelish slave ship and being rescued from a life a cheap entertainment, so he could live his dream as a stand-up comic.

Liberty's Edge 4/5

Pirate Rob wrote:
dien wrote:
...yeah. Just. Yeah.

My favorite moment from that table was actually when Conan explained his Andoran back story...

About being on a Chelish slave ship and being rescued from a life a cheap entertainment, so he could live his dream as a stand-up comic.

LIVIN' THE DREAM, MAN

I don't know if it can compete with Buckwheat Rainbow's constant self-dosage.

4/5 Venture-Lieutenant, California—Fresno aka dien

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Here's another-- running PFS for a bunch of new and young players, I'd guess in the 10-12 age range.

In my description of the scene I added in an off-handed mention of a farmer taking a cartful of chickens to the market. I meant this purely as scene-establishing fluff and expected nothing else to come of it, as the action in the scene was inside of a building and had nothing to do with the random NPC street traffic.

One of the kids asked me, "Hey, can I buy a chicken from the farmer?"

Me: "...sure?"

Him: "How much is it?"

Me: "Mmm, one copper."

Him: "Okay."

He makes a note on his sheet and play continues. The scene carries on, the action bit happens, then a few minutes later the players re-emerge onto the street.

Him: "Is the farmer still around?"

Me: "Sure."

Him: "Okay, so-- ten copper are one silver, and ten silver is one gold, right?"

Me: *....knows where this is going* "Yup."

Him: "So could I buy a hundred chickens with one gold?"

Me: *laughing helplessly* "....sure!"

The kid's friends were cracking up too. Apparently the thought of him buying a 100 chickens was the funniest thing ever. One guy asked "What are you going to do with them?" and the kid was like, "I dunno, just take them with me."

I didn't want to ruin the fun with the logistics of how he was carrying around 100 chickens. Anyway, the entire rest of the session, I don't think that kid did much in combat except throw chickens at his enemies. I think I made up some sort of distraction stat on the fly, and yeah, I know, PFS, blah blah, you can't do that, but it didn't meaningfully impact the game in any way other than these three kids were laughing riotously every single time a chicken got thrown. They all told me it was the best table of Pathfinder they'd ever sat at.

Liberty's Edge

Dien, that story is hilarious.

"I am the chicken king. Cross my path and bow in fear, lest you feel the wrath of a thousand fowl!"

Grand Lodge

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I honestly think my local has some great and funny characters. So for the first Session I gm'ed here I had three of them in One session. 2 Tetori monks (Drogal and Klud I think) who maybe have a combined Charisma of 10 or so. They both play wrestlers with Scottish accents. And Bobo! a cleric of Trickery and Deception.

Spoiler:
We're running Voice in the Void. I'm having people make will checks in every room (they don't do anything but the low guy gets some funny comment that only he hears like "Kittens taste like purple" or Marx Brothers quotes.) But we get to rooms where there are fungi's. So they ask for a description, which I give them. I also say that you have never seen and fungus like this before, one of the monks chimes in saying he has, and ends up in a a discussion with Bobo about his brothers Fromunda! cheese. Then Bobo! eats one of them, so I give him 1 round of nausea (outside of combat), and let him have some halicunations. Also, one of the brothers chased down a fleeing Cerebic Fungus to cuddle (grapple) it some more

Honestly, if there were 2 or 3 more players at that table (I know for sure there were 2). But I do remember everyone laughing uproarously, and that I had to calm people down and tell Bobo! he wasn't allowed to eat anymore mushrooms

I've also been in a scenario where a Grippli actively tried to become addicted to Flayleaf.

Sovereign Court

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I don't know exactly what was going on at the next table over from us today, but when I overheard a player say "If you actively try to take an orange, the treant will attack you" I burst into laughter.

Grand Lodge 5/5 Venture-Captain, Arizona—Phoenix aka TriOmegaZero

I know that character!

Grand Lodge

I had an interesting die rolling with a dice tower experience. I was running Echoes of the Overwatched last night for a party of six players and as they were battling a tough creature. The creature was slamming away at one of the characters when one of dice had landed flat. It was leaning up against the side of the catch area the dice roll into. So, I go and reroll it. Only it lands right on top of the tower and sits there. Everyone stops and looks. Then the laughter comes. A bunch of the players start taking pics with their phones. I decided not to bother getting my camera out because of this. We even had a customer, that had nothing to do with the game, in the store we were playing in stop and take a picture.
That attack was declared a miss.

Here are links to pics that one of the players took:
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3/5

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Brom the Obnoxiously Awesome wrote:
"I am the chicken king. Cross my path and bow in fear, lest you run afowl of me!"

fixed it for ya...

4/5 Venture-Lieutenant, California—Fresno aka dien

*grroooaaan* @ Vrog

Sovereign Court 5/5 5/5 Venture-Lieutenant, Missouri—Cape Girardeau

Sounds like Vrog ruffled a few feathers there.

Shadow Lodge 5/5 5/55/5 Venture-Lieutenant, California—San Francisco Bay Area North & East aka thistledown

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dien wrote:

I've started to make characters for their silliness value rather than badassery... thus, Conan O'Brien, my bard-barian/DDI, who carries a greatsword and a rubber chicken... I keep a list of bad, D&D/PF themed jokes on hand to bomb the table with.

And I'm pretty used to him being the silliest character at any table I sit down at.

Not so at Kubla Con this year.

I apologize in advance for forgetting the names of all the characters I played with, but, around the table, we had:

-A dwarf witch who the player envisioned as, basically, a Southern Baptist grandmother, who invited every NPC we met to 'come down to our prayer meetin' for Jebus' and who constantly sat down in combat because she had to 'take a load off these old feet, Lord have mercy';
-the indispensable gnomish bearded cross-dresser and cabaret artist, Ms. Gnom de Plume, and her large and intimidating gaffer, who makes sure her lighting is always perfect (summoner and eidolon);
-the tiefling hippy alchemist who is pretty much a pacifist and who didn't want to kill the hordes of undead attacking us
([Player] "I dunno, man, can't we just, talk it out with them..."
([GM] "They're trying to eat your face."
([Player] "They're just hungry! Don't worry, I brought munchies.")
-the gunslinger whose name, I believe, was Typhoon Kamikaze (Crimson Typhoon? Something)... basically a walking giant mustache who was in an Wild West setting in his head and constantly asking if the NPCs we met had mustaches, and if the mustaches rivaled his own in manly glory;
-aaand the nagaji rogue with Int 7 whose player never once broke the sibilant lisp his character spoke with, and who mimed out his character's facial tics and gestures to perfect and hilarious effect.

I have never laughed so hard at a table. Ever. Between a visit to Miss Feathers and dressing the dwarf witch up as Cher in order to sing karaoke to a bar full of Andorans....

...yeah. Just. Yeah.

I was the GM for this table. It was the last game on monday of a 4 day con, and I think most of the table was other GM's finally getting to let loose. And it was a hell of a ride.

The Exchange 5/5 5/55/5

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dien wrote:

I've started to make characters for their silliness value rather than badassery... thus, Conan O'Brien, my bard-barian/DDI, who carries a greatsword and a rubber chicken... I keep a list of bad, D&D/PF themed jokes on hand to bomb the table with.

And I'm pretty used to him being the silliest character at any table I sit down at.

Not so at Kubla Con this year.

I apologize in advance for forgetting the names of all the characters I played with, but, around the table, we had:

-A dwarf witch who the player envisioned as, basically, a Southern Baptist grandmother, who invited every NPC we met to 'come down to our prayer meetin' for Jebus' and who constantly sat down in combat because she had to 'take a load off these old feet, Lord have mercy';
-the indispensable gnomish bearded cross-dresser and cabaret artist, Ms. Gnom de Plume, and her large and intimidating gaffer, who makes sure her lighting is always perfect (summoner and eidolon);
-the tiefling hippy alchemist who is pretty much a pacifist and who didn't want to kill the hordes of undead attacking us
([Player] "I dunno, man, can't we just, talk it out with them..."
([GM] "They're trying to eat your face."
([Player] "They're just hungry! Don't worry, I brought munchies.")
-the gunslinger whose name, I believe, was Typhoon Kamikaze (Crimson Typhoon? Something)... basically a walking giant mustache who was in an Wild West setting in his head and constantly asking if the NPCs we met had mustaches, and if the mustaches rivaled his own in manly glory;
-aaand the nagaji rogue with Int 7 whose player never once broke the sibilant lisp his character spoke with, and who mimed out his character's facial tics and gestures to perfect and hilarious effect.

I have never laughed so hard at a table. Ever. Between a visit to Miss Feathers and dressing the dwarf witch up as Cher in order to sing karaoke to a bar full of Andorans....

...yeah. Just. Yeah.

Sssslith is ssssmart I asssssure you.

5/5 5/55/55/5

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The party informs 2 scarzini mooks that they only need one mook alive. The party suggests rock paper siccors.

Mook 1 looks at mook 2, says "rock" ... and smashes mook 2 in the head with one before he can react.

The party handed him some recruitment papers.


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BigNorseWolf wrote:

The party informs 2 scarzini mooks that they only need one mook alive. The party suggests rock paper siccors.

Mook 1 looks at mook 2, says "rock" ... and smashes mook 2 in the head with one before he can react.

The party handed him some recruitment papers.

We have formed a habit of recruiting capable (as in = survived in combat for more than two rounds against a group of pathfinders) mooks to the society.

One of my characters has a 'pupil' from Kaer Maga. A goblin who was a match for him in a deadly duel of blades. He keeps feeding him pickels and trying to teach Common. The little bugger is still tied up in ropes and not co-operating.

My wizard is educated, ambitious and didn't dump his strength. Fifth level wizard vs. 1HD goblin in a dagger fight was hilarious.


We were scaling cliff face under enchantment of harpy. My half-orc snapped out of it but with no weapons to attack the other one flying 60 feet up, he did the only thing he could. Flying grapple while shouting "How much weight can you carry?"

He was battered up after hitting the ground but at least he walked away.

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Beowulfe wrote:

We were scaling cliff face under enchantment of harpy. My half-orc snapped out of it but with no weapons to attack the other one flying 60 feet up, he did the only thing he could. Flying grapple while shouting "How much weight can you carry?"

He was battered up after hitting the ground but at least he walked away.

"I AM LOS TIBURON!"

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Man, /tg/ used to be funny? The heck...


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Last night our party made good friends with the slimy, tentacled, filth covered abomination that was mostly sharp teeth and bad smells. Her name was Tog, she was a Pisces, and she liked long walks in the sewers, door-to-door proselytizers, and buckets of half rotten fish heads.

And then we fought the completley normal humans we met.

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TOG is a delicate desert flower!

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At ConnectiCon, the table next to use (we couldn't see them) gave us this gem.

"Roll to touch yourself."
*rolls* "13"
"You succeed in touching yourself."

That table didn't find it very funny. Ours did.

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From that same session.

"The ent draught will let you grow *rolls* 1 foot."

"If I lie down, will I still grow taller?"

Me: "Dad!!! No! Just...no!"

4/5

Had one scenario where we basically had to run up a tower while fighting. Finish that off and of course the next fight is the boss arriving at the bottom of the tower. So the monk jumps off and slow falls his way to the bottom. My life Oracle who had only gotten half way to the top of the tower looks down and jumps to the bottom. He takes the damage and goes prone.

What made it funny was when pretty much everyone else in the party jumped down after him starting with the fighter.

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