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Discussion in 'Your Shitty Projects' started by Radha the Buttwhisperer, Feb 18, 2016.
EDF DnD versus a tumblr thread. We don't have a paladin, if you wanna join.....
So here it comes, a few EDiots embark on a magical quest to do stuff in a magical realm.
As of right now, we don't know where we are going, but a few things are certain.
By the end of the adventure, we'll probably be wanted men in every province, and someone will have intercourse with an elf chick..
All you fuckers that signed up ready to go? I got @Killerratte , @corpsefriedchicken @The Member Formerly Known As Baya Rae 4900 , @Synecdoche , @Failstation ? I was thinking we start here in the thread and rollplay the initial encounter that sends you guys out.
Would it be better to make a chatroom?
We can go at rolz.org since they have dice rolls+chat.
works for me, you goyim ready?
As someone who has never even really looked up DnD for fear of some NSA guy seeing it in my Google searches and snorting into his coffee, does this shit actually have a rulebook or is it basically a night at drama club for people who can't act?
We are here:
I'll join the party/game later.
you could fill a small library with all the rulebooks and supplementals. i think it's up to its 5th edition now... or is it 6th?
First time I've ever played DnD in any way, andthat was alot of fun guys! We should totally give it another go again sometime.
So, in the process of one session I:
Seduced a barmaid
Lost a barfight
Got mugged by the barmaid
Got in a drunken fight with a hobo
And burned down a forest
best game ever
Thanks all for trying it, it was a fun mess. I promise if we ever do it again to actually remember what I am doing, not make Failstation do all the heavy work and get more a story and encounters fleshed out. Thanks guys, you made that alot of fun.
Also, for posterity, you all failed to seduce a woodnymph, truly it was EDF on a magic quest.
The hobo stole your anal virginity, don't forget that.
I don't think the Warforged I created had a vibrator attachment anyway. His idea of a romantic date would probably be spending a day working together at the smelter.
To be fair, in turn, I burned her family, I think the two of us are even.
Just you wait; that's small time shit
The Sorcerer did exactly nothing and failed at persuading with 16 Charisma and fell into a coma at the local tavern in the next town.
The Questgiver watched the hobo fight and knew it was just downhill from there.
The party failed to sneak past a lazy bear who did absolutely nothing.
The others made a jew with his merchant cart go apeshit for some reason.
I'm just going to leave some professional advice for next time, not as a D&D player, but as someone who knows about RPGs in general.
GM: Always, always draw up some scenarios, maps, or at least notes before beginning.
A GM's word has to be law; co-DMs never work out, ever.
If possible, it's best to roll characters beforehand to save time and have the GM check it. May not be possible with noobs to the system.
I've heard a lot of complaints about D&D's alignment system and how players incorrectly use it. Chaotic Evil means you're selfish and abide by no personal code. It does not, in fact, mean you should try to score a Total Party Kill or otherwise be an ass. The latter is called Chaotic Stupid.
Character builds in 3.5 were closely patterned on Magic: the Gathering deck builds; don't use the Timmy cards.
Also for 3.5, casters may be a bit weak at level 1, but they will soon dominate fucking everything. Martials suck niggerdick.
This last one is obviously most important, but I guess it needs to be said anyway. Anyone and everyone rolling the d20 must have previously read the Player's Handbook, at a minimum.
from my limited experience, psionics handbook is very underrated (3.5 ver, 3.0 was super nerfed). specifically, a good psy war or soul knife can kick some ass
I've heard a shitload about D&D, but never actually played it. Consensus of what I've heard amounts to "psionics a shit" for whatever reasons.
Oh, and people get really salty about this one.
I can vouch for that. Paizo tried to fix that with pathfinder by giving Paladins some additional cleric-like abilities and by giving the martial classes the equivalent of a chain attack (assuming you pick the right feats) so that you're not just dealing 1d8+5 against something with 10,000 hit points.
DM i played with some years back had the same opinion, for the hell of it i built a psy war for that game and he had to throw critters with 2+ DC higher than the party. although i did talk him into letting me have one single feat from the 3.0 psi handbook. Inertial barrier was basically a near-permanent mage armor spell except as a feat
edit: i also abused the fuck out of "enlarge". some nice benefits to making yourself the size of a two story building with a sword. i think i'd enjoy a good read through that book, but for now i cant be assed to look for it lol
What about magical constructs, or things that have no mind to attack in general. Wouldn't that just FUBAR a psyonic?
some psion (read reflavored sorcerer) builds would have trouble with mindless things, probably soul knives too if they weren't prepared for em.
It was a fun night. Slept 4 hours that night but still worth it.
Here's the Chat Log.
Disagree, except the decisions will have to be agreed on by both GMs.
Add tried to pee on the tavern... and failed... to the list.
I might as well summarize the highlights of what I did.
-Scared off the jew merchant with an ED-209 threat.
-Played the straight man to corpse's shenanigans.
-Got lost in the woods looking for Synnec.
-Searched the charred body of a dead criminal before he was actually dead, rather than helping him.
Can confirm; having multiple flaming spheres with metamagic running around the place at ~3rd-4th level is a fun thing, the some 3d6+ worth of damage they do for occupying the same space as a creature is a bonus
It also didn't help that I had taken the pyromania flaw for more bonuses >->
Well I don't think there's much to worry about there. Judging from the chatlogs our mages both graduated at the bottom of their classes. If they'd have gone to Hogwarts, then they'd have both been sorted into the Hufflepuff house.