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Since I skipped to the end to post this I don't know if anyone's said this buuuut...
Orphaned Werewolf UMonk often seen using nunchaku.
Catfolk Cleric/Bard works at an orphanage.
Zombie Skald uses a guitar with an aesthetic based his.
Voluptuous vampiric succubus and her flat chested off colored clone.

Hint for all at once: They're from the same series.


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0o0o0 O 0o0o0 wrote:
Human child Psychic (Aetherkineticist?) with class levels that belie her years. Curiously enough, she actually plays D&D but not as her own class due to old editions.

Eleven from Stranger Things?

Yeah, my first one was the lead from Shadow of the Colossus. Anyone got a guess for the second?

Arbane the Terrible wrote:
This Good-aligned Necromancer has a set of magic items specifically made to help her lead the unquiet dead to rest.

Silver Crusade

Eleven, correct.


This cloak gives the user permanent invisibility when activated but leaves a dark crimson shadow.

Scarab Sages

Jae Wolftail wrote:

Since I skipped to the end to post this I don't know if anyone's said this buuuut...

Orphaned Werewolf UMonk often seen using nunchaku.
Catfolk Cleric/Bard works at an orphanage.
Zombie Skald uses a guitar with an aesthetic based his.
Voluptuous vampiric succubus and her flat chested off colored clone.

Hint for all at once: They're from the same series.

That's a whole bunch of Darkstalkers right there. You forgot the Dhampir Kinslayer Inquisitor with the intelligent greatsword though.


Arbane the Terrible wrote:
0o0o0 O 0o0o0 wrote:
Human child Psychic (Aetherkineticist?) with class levels that belie her years. Curiously enough, she actually plays D&D but not as her own class due to old editions.

Eleven from Stranger Things?

Yeah, my first one was the lead from Shadow of the Colossus. Anyone got a guess for the second?

Arbane the Terrible wrote:
This Good-aligned Necromancer has a set of magic items specifically made to help her lead the unquiet dead to rest.

Sabriel from the Abhorsen books for the good necromancer.


Java Man wrote:
Arbane the Terrible wrote:


Arbane the Terrible wrote:
This Good-aligned Necromancer has a set of magic items specifically made to help her lead the unquiet dead to rest.
Sabriel from the Abhorsen books for the good necromancer.

Correct!

Dark Archive

A young synthesist of some sort who finds herself having to fight a variety of powerful foes in trying to avenge her father though her fused form with her eidolon is embarrassingly revealing counting:

* A very lawful neutral masochistic synthesist/monk(maybe?) who has found a way of translating the damage dealt to him as greater returned damage.
* A high perception synthesist/samurai who eventually gains the equivalent of the Swordmaster's Blindfold by chosing that it was better to fight without his sight.
*A synthesist/bard with a heavy focus on dealong sonic damage who is able to fly. Focus on keeping an opponent at a distance as she uses her music to blow them away.
*A synthesis/sorcerer focused on divination and fighting with greater invisibility. Able to fun weakness in an opponent's abilities and exploit them.

And finally, one with the Leadership feat with high rating, high Intimidation, ruling all beneath who shows herself to also be a capable synthesist with the complete loyalty of her "four generals".

... all who which must later join together to stop a world ending threat from a woman who can turn off their ability to fuse in an ever building climax of insanity and awesome.


Alright I got one the cast is

male Lead Gunslinger with magic bullets
young techie rogue
Female Samurai assassin
Female Catfolk Brawler with tremendous strength
female (Android?) Pilot.


JonathonWilder wrote:

A young synthesist of some sort who finds herself having to fight a variety of powerful foes in trying to avenge her father though her fused form with her eidolon is embarrassingly revealing counting:

* A very lawful neutral masochistic synthesist/monk(maybe?) who has found a way of translating the damage dealt to him as greater returned damage.
* A high perception synthesist/samurai who eventually gains the equivalent of the Swordmaster's Blindfold by chosing that it was better to fight without his sight.
*A synthesist/bard with a heavy focus on dealong sonic damage who is able to fly. Focus on keeping an opponent at a distance as she uses her music to blow them away.
*A synthesis/sorcerer focused on divination and fighting with greater invisibility. Able to fun weakness in an opponent's abilities and exploit them.

And finally, one with the Leadership feat with high rating, high Intimidation, ruling all beneath who shows herself to also be a capable synthesist with the complete loyalty of her "four generals".

... all who which must later join together to stop a world ending threat from a woman who can turn off their ability to fuse in an ever building climax of insanity and awesome.

Ryuko Mattoi, Kill la Kill

and also Gamagoori Ira, dog boy, Nonon Jakuzure, Inumuta, Satsuke Kiryuin, and Ragyo Kiryuin respectively

Dark Archive

Darigaaz the Igniter wrote:

Ryuko Mattoi, Kill la Kill

and also Gamagoori Ira, dog boy, Nonon Jakuzure, Inumuta, Satsuke Kiryuin, and Ragyo Kiryuin respectively

Yes, that is correct though the "dog guy" is Uzu Sanageyama.

May have went a little overboard by making everyone a synthesist yet it is really the only class that can represent the transformations and change of power for the characters who use life fibers.

The Exchange

this looks like fun,
this fighter/cleric wields a short sword that can be magically reshaped from a small object to a weapon (or vice versa) as a move action. his cleric levels grant him the water and war domains.
his sword is also cursed to fail him when he needs it the most.

Dark Archive

QLMMaster wrote:

this looks like fun,

this fighter/cleric wields a short sword that can be magically reshaped from a small object to a weapon (or vice versa) as a move action. his cleric levels grant him the water and war domains.
his sword is also cursed to fail him when he needs it the most.

Percy Jackson, son of Poseidon. From the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series.


Didn't think mine was that hard :( or maybe the thread just died.


Vidmaster7 wrote:
Didn't think mine was that hard :( or maybe the thread just died.

Outlaw Star. And I would so love to have a caster gun.

(Modern) Literature:
Neutral Good Human Warpriest/Bolt Ace and
Lawful Evil Dhampir Bladebound Arcanist
reluctantly cooperate to recover the memories of a Lawful Neutral Sorcerer (with the help of her apprentice) from a degenerate race of Catfolk and their (human) Chaotic Evil Mistress/Queen.


Not an item or a character, but...

A portion of the Plane of Shadow that people have been known to get drawn into, where they must face twisted, sometimes-humanoid monsters that reflect mental traumas; distorted, malevolent architecture that can arbitrarily shift as they pass; and baffling puzzles to have any hope of escaping.

It's mostly co-located with a specific geographical area.


Arbane the Terrible wrote:

Not an item or a character, but...

A portion of the Plane of Shadow that people have been known to get drawn into, where they must face twisted, sometimes-humanoid monsters that reflect mental traumas; distorted, malevolent architecture that can arbitrarily shift as they pass; and baffling puzzles to have any hope of escaping.

It's mostly co-located with a specific geographical area.

Interesting one At first I wanted to say Bermuda triangle but I don't Think it has monsters >.> Ry'lyh was my next thought. I hope someone gets it right soon cause i'm curious.


Arbane the Terrible wrote:

Not an item or a character, but...

A portion of the Plane of Shadow that people have been known to get drawn into, where they must face twisted, sometimes-humanoid monsters that reflect mental traumas; distorted, malevolent architecture that can arbitrarily shift as they pass; and baffling puzzles to have any hope of escaping.

It's mostly co-located with a specific geographical area.

The series is Silent Hill, but there's like a half-dozen names for the place. I think Otherworld is the most common? Which I guess makes the Fog World the Ethereal Plane.


Bob Bob Bob wrote:
Arbane the Terrible wrote:

Not an item or a character, but...

A portion of the Plane of Shadow that people have been known to get drawn into, where they must face twisted, sometimes-humanoid monsters that reflect mental traumas; distorted, malevolent architecture that can arbitrarily shift as they pass; and baffling puzzles to have any hope of escaping.

It's mostly co-located with a specific geographical area.

The series is Silent Hill, but there's like a half-dozen names for the place. I think Otherworld is the most common? Which I guess makes the Fog World the Ethereal Plane.

HA I feel dumb I even have played most of those games!

Silver Crusade

Vidmaster7 wrote:
Didn't think mine was that hard :( or maybe the thread just died.

Honestly? It's all the Anime.

Anime fans know all about anime but only anime fans know a single thing about anime.


0o0o0 O 0o0o0 wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
Didn't think mine was that hard :( or maybe the thread just died.

Honestly? It's all the Anime.

Anime fans know all about anime but only anime fans know a single thing about anime.

I suspose that could be true for books as well. aside from obvious ones like say

Human ranger
Dwarf fighter
Elf archer
4 Halflings etc.

movies and games would make for easier ones although I totes missed the SH one.

Dark Archive

0o0o0 O 0o0o0 wrote:

I suspose that could be true for books as well. aside from obvious ones like say

Human ranger
Dwarf fighter
Elf archer
4 Halflings etc.

Hmm, I wonder... maybe certain members of the Fellowship of the Ring from the Lord of the Rings franchise?

Aragorn, Gimli, Legolas, Frodo, Samwise, Merry, and Pippin.


Bob Bob Bob wrote:
The series is Silent Hill, but there's like a half-dozen names for the place. I think Otherworld is the most common? Which I guess makes the Fog World the Ethereal Plane.

Correct!

Not anime this time!
An Elf Aristocrat/Sorcerer, armed with an intelligent Greatsword with a lamentably high Ego score.

Silver Crusade

Arbane the Terrible wrote:
Bob Bob Bob wrote:
The series is Silent Hill, but there's like a half-dozen names for the place. I think Otherworld is the most common? Which I guess makes the Fog World the Ethereal Plane.

Correct!

Not anime this time!
An Elf Aristocrat/Sorcerer, armed with an intelligent Greatsword with a lamentably high Ego score.

Elric.

The Blackblade Magus is a direct and intentional archetype to make him, no multiclass required. Even the vanilla iconic Magus Seltyiel is openly intended to look exactly like Elric. Long white hair, a bit evil, flounces about!

Except his sword is less of an ass.


0o0o0 O 0o0o0 wrote:
Arbane the Terrible wrote:


Not anime this time!
An Elf Aristocrat/Sorcerer, armed with an intelligent Greatsword with a lamentably high Ego score.

Elric.

The Blackblade Magus is a direct and intentional archetype to make him, no multiclass required. Even the vanilla iconic Magus Seltyiel is openly intended to look exactly like Elric. Long white hair, a bit evil, flounces about!

Except his sword is less of an ass.

Got it in one. (Magus would've worked, but I think Elric mostly did summoning magic in his stories, not zapping stuff.)


Seems like a fun game. There are other ways to interpret this, but this is how I see these characters.

Male Human Ninja with Cybernetics
Male Human Gunslinger (Pistolero)
Male Human Psychic (Formless Adept)
Male Human Fighter (Trench Fighter)
Female Human Bard (Magician)
Female Human (Prana Ghost) Fighter (Mobile Fighter)


Alright, I have an idea for this game. This one is from a video game.

All characters human unless noted otherwise
Male Paladin with a 1 level dip in Cavalier (Standard Bearer)
Male Rogue with the Firearm Training talent
Female Cleric (Merciful Healer), has access to Lightning Bolt and Dazing Spell
Female Alchemist with Acid Bomb discovery and a Dagger with the Bleed enhancement

That is the main group you start with, but you can also pick up characters like a female Barbarian that uses a Glaive, a Male Bard that dual wields simple weapons and a Male Wild Shape focused Druid that doesn't get along with the Paladin and Cleric.

Their foes are numerous, including a Lich, an Oracle with Clouded Sight, an army of Ragebred Skinwalkers of various classes and bandits.


Reduxist wrote:

Alright, I have an idea for this game. This one is from a video game.

All characters human unless noted otherwise
Male Paladin with a 1 level dip in Cavalier (Standard Bearer)
Male Rogue with the Firearm Training talent
Female Cleric (Merciful Healer), has access to Lightning Bolt and Dazing Spell
Female Alchemist with Acid Bomb discovery and a Dagger with the Bleed enhancement

That is the main group you start with, but you can also pick up characters like a female Barbarian that uses a Glaive, a Male Bard that dual wields simple weapons and a Male Wild Shape focused Druid that doesn't get along with the Paladin and Cleric.

Their foes are numerous, including a Lich, an Oracle with Clouded Sight, an army of Ragebred Skinwalkers of various classes and bandits.

And it's an E6 game using the sanity rules, right?

I don't know their names, but I do know they're headed for The Darkest Dungeon.


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Don't know if this has been done, but:

This Bard/duelist is proud of his party and a particular feather. He is in love with a female aristocrat, but almost nobody nose. Instead, he is helping The BSF win her heart.


Arbane the Terrible wrote:

Not an item or a character, but...

A portion of the Plane of Shadow that people have been known to get drawn into, where they must face twisted, sometimes-humanoid monsters that reflect mental traumas; distorted, malevolent architecture that can arbitrarily shift as they pass; and baffling puzzles to have any hope of escaping.

It's mostly co-located with a specific geographical area.

My mind... oh wait that's not a specific geographical area... or is it


Awakened Kitten wrote:

Don't know if this has been done, but:

This Bard/duelist is proud of his party and a particular feather. He is in love with a female aristocrat, but almost nobody nose. Instead, he is helping The BSF win her heart.

Cyrano de Bergerac


Vidmaster7 wrote:
Awakened Kitten wrote:

Don't know if this has been done, but:

This Bard/duelist is proud of his party and a particular feather. He is in love with a female aristocrat, but almost nobody nose. Instead, he is helping The BSF win her heart.

Cyrano de Bergerac

Yep. Easy one


The nose pun was really what gave me instant recognition.


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
The nose pun was really what gave me instant recognition.

Couldn't help it. I lived with my dad's jokes for to long


This human monk is a master in his variety of martial arts. The only problem is that most of the time he forgets how to do anything but be comic relief, but to be fair that might be because his pants don't fit.

Grand Lodge

Commoner boy who for some reason has exotic weapon proficiency: katana. Eventually meets up with an aristocat woman but they get seperated due to a weird accident, luckily he has a gun slinger friend who comes to help him along with a grippli paladin.

One high int ranger makes his way to an island along with some commoners. They all flee from huge monsters way above their CR before escaping.


Jader7777 wrote:

One high int ranger makes his way to an island along with some commoners. They all flee from huge monsters way above their CR before escaping.

If you ignore the high int ranger, this could be used to describe a lot of things


Awakened Kitten wrote:
This human monk is a master in his variety of martial arts. The only problem is that most of the time he forgets how to do anything but be comic relief, but to be fair that might be because his pants don't fit.

Before becoming a monk he got a few levels as a Druid, and he is almost always seen with his animal companion. He took some ranks in proffesion (cook).

Here's the answer


Jader7777 wrote:

Commoner boy who for some reason has exotic weapon proficiency: katana. Eventually meets up with an aristocat woman but they get seperated due to a weird accident, luckily he has a gun slinger friend who comes to help him along with a grippli paladin.

One high int ranger makes his way to an island along with some commoners. They all flee from huge monsters way above their CR before escaping.

Is this from Chrono Trigger? If so, Crono, Marle, Lucca, and Frog.

EDIT: Is the Ranger Magus?


Arbane the Terrible wrote:
Reduxist wrote:

Alright, I have an idea for this game. This one is from a video game.

All characters human unless noted otherwise
Male Paladin with a 1 level dip in Cavalier (Standard Bearer)
Male Rogue with the Firearm Training talent
Female Cleric (Merciful Healer), has access to Lightning Bolt and Dazing Spell
Female Alchemist with Acid Bomb discovery and a Dagger with the Bleed enhancement

That is the main group you start with, but you can also pick up characters like a female Barbarian that uses a Glaive, a Male Bard that dual wields simple weapons and a Male Wild Shape focused Druid that doesn't get along with the Paladin and Cleric.

Their foes are numerous, including a Lich, an Oracle with Clouded Sight, an army of Ragebred Skinwalkers of various classes and bandits.

And it's an E6 game using the sanity rules, right?

I don't know their names, but I do know they're headed for The Darkest Dungeon.

Ding ding ding, you got it!


AwesomelyEpic wrote:

Seems like a fun game. There are other ways to interpret this, but this is how I see these characters.

Male Human Ninja with Cybernetics
Male Human Gunslinger (Pistolero)
Male Human Psychic (Formless Adept)
Male Human Fighter (Trench Fighter)
Female Human Bard (Magician)
Female Human (Prana Ghost) Fighter (Mobile Fighter)

I'm just guessing here, but the cast of Borderlands?


Great thread, can I resurrect it?

This Aasimar Gestalt Bladebound Magus/Repose Inquisitor knows little about his origins and his true destiny, but a (casual?) bumping into an emissary of Pharasma will be the beginning of a series of quests to save this world and the other. His most loyal companions are an Eldritch Archer, a slightly barmy Inerrant Voice Succor oracle who's in love with him, and an unarmed Dreadnought barbarian with two very special gloves of power.


Sounds like some sort of Annie-May, so I have no idea.

Here's an easy one:

This human cleric is rumoured to have been born with the half-celestial template, though no descriptions include his having a flight speed, and may therefore have only been the celestial simple template. Reports of his early youth are few, though it's known he invested ranks into Profession: Carpenter. Famous for his spellcasting abilities, he is known to have at various times cast cure light wounds, remove disease, create food and water, cure blindness, water walk and raise dead. Through the use of Leadership, he gathered a significant amount of followers, and was known to lead a party of twelve acolytes during his adventures. Unfortunately one of these betrayed him, resulting in his death. After a three day ritual, he underwent a spontaneous Resurrection, appearing to a select few of his acolytes before using Plane Shift to ascend to the celestial realms.

Grand Lodge

Well that one is easy, though he is easily a demigod or, going 3rd party, a godling not simply a half celestial.

You are talking about Jesus of Nazareth, the Son of God.


Correct!

Here's another:

This yellow-haired, orange-skinned gnome aristocrat is well known for his heavy investment into Intimidate and Bluff, whilst lacking any significant ranks in Diplomacy. He is married to a half-elf several age categories younger, and enjoys transmitting his thoughts to his followers using a wondrous item of Animal Messenger to summon a small blue bird. His rulership is constantly plagued by controversies surrounding infernal contracts influencing his rise to power.


JDLPF wrote:

Correct!

Here's another:

This yellow-haired, orange-skinned gnome aristocrat is well known for his heavy investment into Intimidate and Bluff, whilst lacking any significant ranks in Diplomacy. He is married to a half-elf several age categories younger, and enjoys transmitting his thoughts to his followers using a wondrous item of Animal Messenger to summon a small blue bird. His rulership is constantly plagued by controversies surrounding infernal contracts influencing his rise to power.

Current POTUS.

Grand Lodge

Is there really that much of an age different between Trump and his wife? Also... an orange-skinned gnome?


Donald Trump: 71 (venerable human age category)
Melania Trump: 47 (middle age human age category)

2 age categories difference.

And yes, orange-skinned gnome. I can't honestly think of any other race that would naturally be that particular shade, can you?

Grand Lodge

Hmm, I didn't realize there was such an age difference or that Trump was so old. I will say though, I would still probably go with him being human, not a gnome. The fact remains, he is human and his skin is what it is. Shrugs

Honestly I feel his skin may appear orange in only certain lights, as with other images his skin seems fine or even normal.

For example, his skin seems pinkish/fair here.

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