Funniest PFS moments?


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Silver Crusade

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David Neilson wrote:

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.

Sounds like it's time for the old "Cleric's Feather Fall".

The Exchange

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Context aside, a bunch of Korvosan passersby got to see five people collectively stomping a cow carcass down a manhole while explaining, "It's okay! We're Pathfinders! We know what we're doing here."

If I ever return there, I'll use Prestige to name a friendly aberration as a Local Contact!

Silver Crusade

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"Tell you what: if you don't ask me why I detect as Chaotic Evil, I won't ask you why you've been to Hell."

"Agreed. In other news, I hate the Decemvirate."

"Me too."

Silver Crusade

Vint Penal wrote:

"Tell you what: if you don't ask me why I detect as Chaotic Evil, I won't ask you why you've been to Hell."

"Agreed. In other news, I hate the Decemvirate."

"Me too."

This needs some explanation, methinks.

Liberty's Edge

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Tim Statler wrote:
Sounds like Vrog ruffled a few feathers there.

C'mon guys, stop egging each other on. These jokes are starting to get pretty fowl.

Silver Crusade

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We were playing The Green Market. Our barbarian waffle chef had set up a stand and my magus had set up a coffee stall.

Green Market Spoiler:
The thugs from the Aspis House of Pancakes (the barbarian's archnemesis) showed up and started mingled about, including a couple that came to my stand. One of the spellcasters messaged everyone to watch out for the suspicious characters that just came in.

So, nice guy that he is (and with his dumped wisdom and nonexistent sense motive), my magus whispered to his latest patrons "Better watch out. There are suspicious characters about." One of the thugs then started looking around for these suspicious characters lol

That wasn't what started combat though. Some of the other thugs thought it would be a good idea to antagonize our waffle chef by knocking over her waffles. Combat started with a mithral (non-stick!) waffle iron to the face.

Silver Crusade

Bigdaddyjug wrote:
Vint Penal wrote:

"Tell you what: if you don't ask me why I detect as Chaotic Evil, I won't ask you why you've been to Hell."

"Agreed. In other news, I hate the Decemvirate."

"Me too."

This needs some explanation, methinks.

I'm not sure what Vint had in mind exactly, but it is possible for a PFS PC to have an evil aura. A neutral cleric to an evil god will detect as evil.

Silver Crusade

Fromper wrote:
Bigdaddyjug wrote:
Vint Penal wrote:

"Tell you what: if you don't ask me why I detect as Chaotic Evil, I won't ask you why you've been to Hell."

"Agreed. In other news, I hate the Decemvirate."

"Me too."

This needs some explanation, methinks.
I'm not sure what Vint had in mind exactly, but it is possible for a PFS PC to have an evil aura. A neutral cleric to an evil god will detect as evil.

Do inquisitors have auras? And if so, do they work the same way as a cleric's?

Silver Crusade

Fromper wrote:
Bigdaddyjug wrote:
Vint Penal wrote:

"Tell you what: if you don't ask me why I detect as Chaotic Evil, I won't ask you why you've been to Hell."

"Agreed. In other news, I hate the Decemvirate."

"Me too."

This needs some explanation, methinks.
I'm not sure what Vint had in mind exactly, but it is possible for a PFS PC to have an evil aura. A neutral cleric to an evil god will detect as evil.

First of all, I was the one who'd found myself in Hell (My feet were touching solid tyranny!), and second, I won't spread rumors or jump to any conclusions, but I will say that the way he didn't mind touching ancient gooey magically lazy things that had suspicious deals written all over them might have had something to do with it.

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

"I play female characters because I've been married so long, it is the only time I get to tell a woman what to do."

3/5 5/5

Inquisitors lack the aura class feature.

Grand Lodge 4/5

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Paladin of Baha-who? wrote:
Inquisitors lack the aura class feature.

Yeah, I'm always sad about that, because they get access to the Litany of Righteousness spell which they can't use for themselves without a dip in another class to the the Aura.

Anyway, this moment happened in my most recent session:
Me: "There's hope for every fallen man, to pick themselves up when they think they can't, because with every passing second comes a second chance."
Paladin of Abadar: "What are you, some kind of Sarenrae worshiper?"
Me: "Yes."
Paladin of Abadar: "Pfft."

The Exchange

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Had a comical Confirmation moment this past week:

Don't click here unless you have run The Confirmation before:
In an attempt to use diplomacy on the gillman, one of our players offered that he wanted to "share his water" with the gillman out of reverence. Several of us decided to aid in the diplomacy roll by also sharing our water, directly into the shrine/pool. The gillman proceeded to swim around lazily enjoying a nice dip, and pronounced us friends for our efforts

I believe the quote after the game was "putting the pee back in pathfinder"

I am so thankful for our GM who has monolithic patience for our antics.

Shadow Lodge

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Pathfinder Adventure Path, Companion, Lost Omens, Rulebook Subscriber

Mine came about during the Cyphermage Dilemma when I was playing my primitive weapon wielding slayer Roga Gula.

spoiler:
Roga (a kellid), Bob (who talks like Bob Dole) the barbarian, a barely skating by atonement paladin, and my friends alchemist who mutagens into a giant bull man known as The Battle Cattle have just discovered a gangs hideout and quickly dispatched everything in the room and discovered a "captive" who claims to be a member of the cyphermages in town. While the rest of the party comes immediately to her aid Roga hangs back, remembering that the venture captain had told him that the enemy was known to be a master of disguise and could be anybody. He then proceeds to tell Bob and then one by one the rest of the party. Quickly the mood turns from happy saviors to suspicious kidnappers as the rest of the party tries to figure out whether or not this woman who says she was enslaved is really who she says she is the only way 3 tanks, a pyro, and a serial killer know how. By tying her up and threatening every form of punishment their 4 minds can muster while soaked in other mens blood. It works and she panics and promptly tells us where her "friends" are and leads us to them. Unfortunately she seems to have been telling the truth and we arrive at the hall of the Cyphermages with their scholar in tow, her hands bound and terrified and being led by what can only be described as an unruly mob led by the lanky and blood soaked Khal Drogo that is Roga Gula. They "thank" the party and answer whatever questions we have as quickly as possible and then proceed to rush us out the door, a look of terror on their face as they do. Unfortunately I forgot to ask something and come back a few minutes later and bang on the door until they answer, all the while drawing Gorumish graffiti on the doors exterior. Now whenever we are in Riddleport we can visit the hall of the Cyphermages and see the various bits of vandalism Roga has done to the door.

Roga also likes to refer to anyone in the party who is the face as his lawyer and anyone who can carry his extra weapons as his caddy.

Also he has this obsession with creating a bloody mess. A fact that has made for some uncomfortable moments when his favorite caddy/lawyer revealed to him that he was a, "Bloatmage, an arcanist with a penchant for easy bleeding". After his eyes went wide his next move was to try and dissuade him by telling him that he wasn't just an easy bleeder, but that his blood was magic. Suffice it to say Roga's been eyeing him like a stuck pig ever since.

Beyond that he also has had long angry rants at some guy named Bruce who runs around and thinks that calling himself "Flying nocturnal mammal man" or some such stupidity somehow makes him either more intimidating or more respectable.

Shadow Lodge

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Ohh once we were playing Decline of Glory and my buddies Cad fighter defeated a gang of 4 goblins at range with a crossbow, a chair, a thrown cutlass, and a dead goblin.

He shot one with the crossbow sitting in the chair, stood up and threw the chair at the next one, walked up and chucked his sabre at the 3rd, and then picked up the 3rd by the sabre sticking out of his neck and horked it at the final goblin.

He then proceeded to mount the last goblin on the end of his longspear and stick it into the next rooms ahead of the part as mob bait, working its mouth with a stick and saying in common, "Blarg blarg blarg I'm a Goblin! Blarg Blarg Blarg!". It was only after about 5 minutes of this he remembered he spoke Goblin and then proceeded to say in that beautiful tongue, "Blarg blarg blarg I'm a Goblin! Blarg blarg blarg!"

Did I mention he was Taldan?

Also he killed a druid with a mug and a bookcase that game.

Sovereign Court 5/5 RPG Superstar 2009 Top 32, 2010 Top 8

Not in universe, but funny...

Player, looking at map on the table. "I'm detecting evil in the direction of the GM."

Me: Well of course the GM radiates evil!

Yes, I was the GM.

Silver Crusade 5/5

Soivid Tsutzkehmov wrote:

Context aside, a bunch of Korvosan passersby got to see five people collectively stomping a cow carcass down a manhole while explaining, "It's okay! We're Pathfinders! We know what we're doing here."

If I ever return there, I'll use Prestige to name a friendly aberration as a Local Contact!

I actually did this!

Except for me, it was a mule and a keg of beer. And he reached up and pulled the (dead) mule thru the manhole in chunks... while I explained to any passers by "move along - nothing to see here!"

and yes, I spent the PP to make her a "Foreign Contact"!

Shadow Lodge 1/5

I once revived an unconscious guard as my swashbuckler and instigated a duel to the death, just to regain panache. I almost died, but I won. Then I realized killing blows we're defined as reducing to zero or less, which I had done in the first place.

Another time, a guy asked to borrow my kitten, and when I agreed, he slammed it against a door until it died. He reimbursed me the 3 CP though, and I let him keep the dead cat, which he later incorporated into his fighting style.

Grand Lodge

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From a game a few months ago: the bard opened a door to find a man holding a bloody mace and two dire lions inside. Naturally, we rolled for initiative immediately, which the bard won. Standing in the doorway, he cast confusion on all three, and all three failed their saves.

Cleric: "So, what do we do now? Do we go in?"

Bard: "Nope, we shut the door and wait."

Scarab Sages 5/5

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At a Core Campaign table this week end, we had one of our younger players trying her hand at judging for the first time.

The judge was the youngest in the room ("I'm 14 and 3/4 ... almost..."). anyway, it was a great game full of lots of laughs. Her mother was the next youngest person at the table of six players (the mix was 5 and 2, with only two guys at the table).

One memory stands out, when the judge was discribing an NPCs job, she used a term she was not sure of the exact meaning of... and her mother leaned over to whisper to her exactly what a brothal was. Suddenly the NPC had a job in "a TAVERN, like a INN with a BAR". It was great! and I guess you could say the game was educational too.

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

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Trying to rescue a Pegasus

GROUP HUDDLE

*rabble rabble rabble rable rabble*

*shuffle the huddle over to the Pegasus fence, leave room for the Pegasus to join the huddle, which it does*

Cast Carry companion. Walk off.

Lantern Lodge 5/5

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Succubus dominates fighter, commands him to "come here and embrace me."

Fighter heads up, grabs onto her, grapples efficiently.

Diva bard uses Scathing Tirade to frighten the succubus.

Fighter holds on for dear life, while Succubus fails to concentrate to teleport away.

This lasted for a few rounds before either the Succubus rolled a 20 or the fighter rolled a 1 (not sure which), but it was a pretty satisfying visual in the meantime.

Dark Archive Venture-Agent, Washington—West Seattle aka melferburque

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Flutter wrote:

Trying to rescue a Pegasus

I accomplished the same thing at PaizoCon using nothing but a potion of invisibility to get into the pen, a suppository of gaseous form and a gentle whisper of "don't clench" to the pegasus.

later in that same adventure I bluffed my way into the boss's office using a potion of reduce person, a birthday cake and a monotone rendition of "happy birthday" - my alchemist is the worst chelaxian klown ever. all they saw was a birthday cake tottering into the office a few inches off the ground, I was hiding beneath it.

Dark Archive Venture-Agent, Washington—West Seattle aka melferburque

the most aggravating session of We Be Goblins ever (for the GM, aka me) consisted of the party working together to take down Cuddles. one player would open the door, Mogmurch would throw a bomb, next player would close the door. Cuddles couldn't do anything because the door didn't stay open long enough.

poor, poor Cuddles.


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Flutter wrote:

Trying to rescue a Pegasus

GROUP HUDDLE

*rabble rabble rabble rable rabble*

*shuffle the huddle over to the Pegasus fence, leave room for the Pegasus to join the huddle, which it does*

Cast Carry companion. Walk off.

When I ran this one, the party tried to barter their velociraptor (acutally the wildshaped druid) for the pegasus. The fact that it could talk was a selling point, but the fact that it did nothing but insult the two handlers soured the deal somewhat.

The same druid has also carried an entire Pathfinder team over a large chunk of the Tanglebriar in the form of an owl, with the rest of the team hanging from a rope clutched in his talons.

Sovereign Court

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During one of the many unlawful moments of one scenario, my paladin took a survey of the inhabitants views towards a certain evil organization. The other pcs did the whole larceny and random violence while I took a clipboard with the following

Do you feel
Very opressed
Somewhat oppressed
Neutral
Somewhat free
Very free

5/5 Venture-Lieutenant, Finland—Tampere aka Rei

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I just ran a game of Hall of the Flesh Eaters with a... colorful party, where the sanest character was the gunslinging Mana Wastes gnome who rides a wolf. The rest were a paranoid dwarf druid from Mwangi who wears a crab hat and whose fight or flight reflex consists of enlarging himself, an Int 5 nagaji who is roleplayed as such, a ranger who won't stop running everywhere yelling his own name as a battle cry, and a half-orc who rides a horse named Hiace (because he can't ride a bear yet) and who spent PP at level two to get a herald to announce his arrival.

The dwarf overheard that the half-orc had participated in the Society's attack on Jormurdun, so he asked about that experience.

The orc's response contained the line "the floors ran slippery with the diarrhea poop of terror".

5/5 5/5 Venture-Captain, Georgia—Savannah

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At the risk of descending into childish giggles....

I recently ran The Segang Expedition. Without giving spoilers, at one point there is a very small space that a Small creature could potentially access with a really high DC.

One of my players was running an uber-sneaky Halfling, and figured this was right up his alley.

So, he makes the attempt.
Fails.
Tries again.
Fails.
Tries again.
Fails.
Gets stuck.
The rest of the party pulls him out.

His request to the rest of the party?

"Lube me up and let me try again!"

Dark Archive

This is more of a long term story:
My -1 character, is Pippen, a druid Gnome. Her first pfs mission went into the blakros museum. Little did I know that pretty much the majority of her 1-5's would be blakros missions. Her latest delve into the museum was the season 6 mission, where she

The rest of the story:
saved the young child, and earned the friend of the family boon. Even better, she married into the family, becoming an official blakros member. Her farewell to 1-7's was 'The Blakros Matrimony', where I showed that boon off quite a bit.

Scarab Sages 4/5 5/5

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So, here's the setup. I won't spoiler tags anything because what happened really had nothing to do with the scenario.

There was a structure that the party had to climb up on, and badguys at the top. Level 1-5

The Bard in our party has Perform-Oratory, but he skinned it as 'constructive criticism.' Basically he ran around shouting 'do better!' and 'No! Hit him HARDER!' He starts performing because he can't make the climb check DC 10

My Samurai makes it to the top and runs over to a badguy. Bad guy takes a five foot step back and shoots him. Next turn, I take a five foot step forward, challenge, and critical hit (at level 5) for 64 damage. GM looks up his stats, sees that he's true dead from one hit, turns to me, and says something like "Y'know that scene in Equalibrium? Where he slices the entire front of that guy's face off with a Katana? And it just hangs there for a minute before sliding off? Yeah, you do that."

Meanwhile the bard finally makes it up to the top, all the while shouting "I don't know what you're doing, but I'm sure it could be better!" Then he turns to see my samurai and just says:

"G . . . .good . . . yeah, good job. Everyone, do what the samurai did."


me: we look in the room carefully.
GM: its empty except for a shiny sword leaning against the back wall.
ninja: no one en-
barbarian: SHIIINY! i charge into the room.

We were breaking out of jail for various reasons, and we were in the basement and they had a demon soul smuggling ring, and there was a portal too outside we wanted to use. I, The Cleric, was keeping watch. The vampire showed up, and I intercepted got a good channel smite in, and it did 3/4 my hit points in damage. (It was APL+3, we were supposed to run, i was just stalling). So i said "Guys, i could use some backup, Barbarian get over here".
They take there turns and reply, "We are all through the portal and its closing. You might want to hurry"

You find a random hut in the wilderness.
"I scan it for poison"

Scarab Sages 4/5 5/5

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doc the grey wrote:

Mine came about during the Cyphermage Dilemma when I was playing my primitive weapon wielding slayer Roga Gula.

** spoiler omitted **

Roga also likes to refer to anyone in the party...

From my playthrough from the Cyphermage Dilemma

Spoiler:

Busting into the warehouse, we decided on a two-pronged assault. One group will try to talk our way in on the side door, and the other will bust in from the front door if things get bad. Our zealous cleric of Serenre (he was an evangelist-kinda guy, but just a base cleric) decides he will just knock on the front door.

PC: "GENTELMEN! Have you heard of the light of Saranrae!?" GM makes him roll a diplomacy check at like, -10. He nat 20s for something like 22, even with the penalty.
NPC mook: Y'know, I have been worried about my immortal soul lately . . ." (proceeds to let us in.)

Liberty's Edge

I will be posting what happens when you spam slumber outside of combat as a snarky, pissed off elf who has never seen any form of combat outside of a book, he won't be exactly USEFUL in combat, but a talent for being a major suck up and a decent artist means that he might be able to help the party in unexpected ways.

Like asking if he can draw the BBEG because hes just so terrifying and such a perfect specimen of <insert race here> that he must be recorded.

Grand Lodge 5/5 5/55/55/5

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The NPC is trying to decide between the pathfinders and the aspis consortium to solve a problem. He asked for a demonstration of martial prowess.

The druid wearing a necklace of aspis badges, blond hair, and the symbol of calistria takes out a club, looks to the aspis agent, and smiles...

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

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The town is in political turmoil with no apparent resolution to be had. The party has two vague ideas, one of which is to institute a democracy.

An "old man janitor"* is busy cleaning a temple. The party tries to get a little information out of him, and he suggests asking the deity directly.

So of course I sit down in front of the altar, eyes closed and try to commune with the deity, imploring me to show me how to help their people.

The Janitor asks what would make me think the deity needed my help. I pointed out that no one else was helping, which means we need some divine intervention, fast. He laughed, said I would know the sign when i saw it, I continued meditating, eyes shut.

Well, the party sneak decided to throw on a ring of invisibility and look around.. which didn't impress the janitor much. He turned into a giant multi headed mons... person of multiple tetage so horrifying to look at that looking at him made you blind. The sneak got blinded, and so did the alchemist trying to attack him with a swarm of bees. The monster moved out of the swarm and around the building.

So my I hear all this commotion, opens my eyes...and sees a giant swarm of bees standing where the old man was. "Ahah" I conclude "The many shall rule as one then, Democracy it is!"

To top it off, the only way to get blindness off the alchemist for the moment was to use accept affliction.. making me the perfect person to take an anonymous ballot.

* These are janitors only slightly more often than little girls are little girls.

5/5 5/55/55/5

Humanoid at Zero HP: The boss is upstairs planning to hang your friends.

Party: Dammit! Someone tie him up

Humanoid at Zero HP: You don' thave time for that, why not just

Ninja: Suckerpunch!

.....

Grand Lodge 5/5 Regional Venture-Coordinator, Baltic

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Mantis's Prey:
When the Venture-Captain tells the party about Torch, she tells them that the Grandmaster uses people as pawns, or bishops as she points to the inquisitor of the party. "Or Rooks", says the inquisitor as he points at the character called Rook.

When they have to expose the Torch' relics as fakes they discover that the skull is human, but should be elven. The bard declares: "This skull is clearly not elven. Look for yourself: No pointy ears!"


I once played with someone who had a half-orc monk named "thud".

Silver Crusade

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I once saw a group of half orcs named, Ruff, Tuff, and Buff(Their leader), with an honorary member called Snuff the gnome. Was fun watching them go.

Grand Lodge 5/5

Man I miss Thunk, half-orc from the LG days. Was really fun running a certain module where he got replaced by his twin from the Plane of Shadow.

Sovereign Court

GMed Mists of Mwangi some weeks ago and EVERY PC failed the save against the fog.

No fun for the wizard but the barbarian had the time of his life.

The Exchange 5/5

Got to cast Vanish on an elephant.... While riding it. The two NPCs with me were a little surprised...

Sovereign Court 4/5

In my experience, some of the most entertaining moments in PFS come from bluff attempts, both successful or otherwise.

Risen From The Sands:
During Risen from the Sands, we were stalking through the pyramid when we came upon the Royal Huntman and his undead cat. Speaking ancient osiriani and aware of the purpose of the tomb, my enchanter successfully bluffed the huntmans that we were living worshippers of the Pharaoh of Sphinxes and were searching for suspected tomb robbers. The huntmans bought it, and suggested his leopard take point. We allowed the cat to stalk past us out of the room, then barred the door and attacked the huntmans. Cue much growling and mewing as the leopard scratched at the door like a naughty housecat. It soon got it's turn too.

Grand Lodge

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Someone with inside knowledge on Zarta Dralneen's diary was under a compulsion to reveal its contents to us during the fight. Having someone scream the Paracountess's dark secrets to you while trying to kill you is both hilarious and terrifying.

Extra props to the GM for running that scenario cold!

Grand Lodge 3/5

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Last week's PFS

scenario:
Our Lady of Silver

Our elf ranger (awesome archer) was fighting with a club wearing only a loincloth on hot coals during a wedding (friendly exhibition match). Problems started (of course, it's a PFS wedding!) and an elephant started acting out after his master was killed. Our ranger approached the elephant and, with a series of natural 20s on successive handle animal checks was able to calm down the animal and befriend him, stopping him from killing lots of innocent men, women and children attending the wedding. He dropped the club, climbed on it's back and was controlling it (again, lots of natural 20s, resulting in DC 25+ every single time!). The image of an elf wearing only a loincloth, riding an elephant in combat with his long hair flowing in the wind was hilarious! Definitively his moment of glory and one of the funniest moments I've had playing RPGs!

Shadow Lodge 4/5

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Markus Richert wrote:

GMed Mists of Mwangi some weeks ago and EVERY PC failed the save against the fog.

No fun for the wizard but the barbarian had the time of his life.

Longish story follows:

I recently ran this too, one of my all time faves in fact, and two characters failed their saves. The first one got taken down by a whole bunch of nonlethal damage while his baboonish mate was held back by judicious use of Handle Animal. But the mate...oh boy.

They tried the same approach, but the barbarian-turned-ape was completely unassailable in regular combat. Imagine this mountain of meat given monkey superpowers and you got it. So they backtracked. A plan was hatched!

A few hours later, there was a deep dark pit on the museum lawn. In the pit, was a live goat. On top of the pit, a cover made out of shredded topiaries found around the museum. On top of the cover...another goat! This one's sheepish gaze was turned towards an unassuming hedgerow behind which it could just barely hear sniggering.

Then the summoner brought out the nastiest, the most squishable thing he could summon and a few rounds later the mist birthed their apeish compatriot, thundering behind the creature. A bit of luck and down to the hole he went, taking around 14 falling damage on the side. Then they dropped rocks upon him, threw nets and finally shot him full of bolts as he roared in fury while bursting out of the pit(yeah, about that climb speed...)

End result: Some very dead goats, a fat ape full of bolts and bruises and a fervent wish upon a star to never come back to this hellhole of a museum.

I'm totally running Voice in the Void next.

The Exchange 5/5

I would like to thank you all for some great stories....

The board has been a downer the last while and I think I needed this...

Grand Lodge 3/5 Venture-Lieutenant, California—San Diego aka Michael_Hopkins

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Currently in The Confirmation with a full table of Vigilantes. One of the members started to stealth his way to the swimming person, while another was following him, stealth as well. Once the swimming person turned around and saw the two, he screamed quite loud, causing the second vigilante to get startled, scream himself, and run off. The first vigilante didn't know he was being followed was also startled by the scream, and started to chase after the second vigilante. Meanwhile, a somewhat level headed vigilante started to chase after the two, yelling at them about not splitting up, leaving the rest of the party in the chamber, with the frightened/confused gillman.

I'm liking the fluff for these characters already.

Shadow Lodge

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Ooh! Mantis' Prey reminded me of my time in that one as well!

Spoiler:
We're told that this leather is actually tanned hide from the Tarrasque itself! While the other PCs get worried that it might grow into a new Tarrasque or something, all my witch's Knowledge check gets out of the GM is, "You read somewhere that the Tarrasque is fireproof".

So she cries out, "I have an idea!", takes the leather in one hand, and runs up the stairs with her Burning Hands wand in the other.

She returns a little later, empty-handed, sadly shaking her head.

She tried to save face, but the cost ended up having to come out of her Chronicle sheet.

Dark Archive

So last night, missed a will save to a confusion type effect. Ended up rolling "Attack your nearest party member". So I draw my only weapon, a silver dagger that I mostly carry as a letter opener. "Ok, I rolled an 18... for a total of 19. For 1d4-4 damage. Did I hit?" The rest of the party just kind of looked at the crazed sorcerer, laughed, and ignored me while they continued on their business.

Fortunately, I made the save the next round, since that round the effect changed to "Attack your party to the best of your abilities" instead of a wimpy melee strike, at which point I'd have started tossing around DC25 will saves...

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