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!lfsExjBfzE - Mon, 02 Feb 2015 23:09:39 EST 2aBtcB1b No.27409
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Haven't had a thread on here for a while. Bump the thread with whatever board, playing card, trading card, etc. games you're currently playing now.
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Molly Cezzletut - Tue, 10 Feb 2015 14:58:56 EST EBPD+NRQ No.27416 Reply
Currently playing Ticket to Ride online with my boss at work.
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Edwin Haffingwater - Wed, 11 Feb 2015 06:10:53 EST otYS5axb No.27418 Reply
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic.
This game is still boss after all these years
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Edwin Haffingwater - Wed, 11 Feb 2015 06:12:39 EST otYS5axb No.27419 Reply
>>27418
Forgot this it /th/
Last tabletop game was Magic
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Simon Happergold - Tue, 03 Mar 2015 21:20:16 EST 7UyvTVcD No.27438 Reply
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Star Realms, a rather subtle deck building game.

http://www.starrealms.com/

I wanted to play a card game without any of the bullshit that comes with having to collect the damn cards.

Pic unrelated. It's Tzimisce.
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Alice Worthingspear - Tue, 03 Mar 2015 21:53:20 EST q06U9GdN No.27439 Reply
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>>27409
Dark Heresy, been doing a weekly game for a while now.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Fri, 19 Feb 2016 21:19:39 EST VaPJZ9vW No.27945 Reply
Played Carcassonne with The River I & II and Inns & Cathedrals expansions with 3 other people at the Tabletop/CCG section at MAGFest. Haven't played a tabletop game in forever but it was a fun experience.
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Edward Bardwill - Wed, 24 Feb 2016 06:42:14 EST aX0BnF6N No.27952 Reply
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GMing a weekly Age of Rebellion game for three green players and a semi-vet. Playing in a bi-monthly game of DnD 5E with a fairly mixed group. Times are good in my corner of the RPG world.
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Sophie Sadgekon - Sat, 05 Mar 2016 12:53:37 EST oCkG2fYy No.27956 Reply
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Gamed a chilled up Vampire the Masquerade game last night. Lean, vape, vaporwave, hookah, benzos, 4-fa in arizona, and almost cocaine but the GM didn't show up with the yay so I had be the ST myself and Im a total noob. It was fun tho.

Gonna go play more today, also been getting into Magic.
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Graham Gebblelock - Mon, 07 Mar 2016 12:33:09 EST qSvyF/ho No.27959 Reply
I played Settlers of Cathan with some friends this week, one of whom had never played any board games other than Chess and Go but loved it. Felt good man.
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Esther Wallershit - Tue, 08 Mar 2016 01:40:26 EST oCkG2fYy No.27960 Reply
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Just got done gming a very combat heavy vampire session with my Vampires of Houston chronicle on 2mg kpin, beer, and wax. My players Brujah tracked down the Sabbat who kidnapped Viper (yes THE Viper) after killing some shovel-head bikers and took out a buncha Sabbat in the abandoned record label building guarding him.

He has no idea he's about to have to fight a Lasombra Pack Priest next session.
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Esther Wallershit - Tue, 08 Mar 2016 18:05:51 EST oCkG2fYy No.27964 Reply
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BWG Magic the Gathering with sake and stims!
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johnny rocket - Tue, 08 Mar 2016 20:02:49 EST cTigdQwD No.27965 Reply
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>>27409
vampire the masquerade 20th anniversry, edh and legacy mtg.

playing while on 40mg 4-fa ZOOM ZOOM

pic related, commander
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Samuel Bunworth - Wed, 09 Mar 2016 13:06:25 EST oCkG2fYy No.27966 Reply
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At it with the Vampire again. After last session our player killed the female Lasombra pack priest first shooting her in the shoulder breaking the strap on her dress revealing one of her breasts (much to her anger) then proceeding to blow off her tit with his shotgun in a final blow bringing her to her Final Death. The Prince was very happy and offered to let the player feed from his herd, which the player, being an anarch turned down, but ended on a note of mutual respect with the Prince.

The player is going to go meet with the anarch Baron of the city whom the Prince has hooked the player up with. Lets see how this goes.
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Samuel Bunworth - Wed, 09 Mar 2016 14:01:36 EST oCkG2fYy No.27967 Reply
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Well that was a nice easy session after that boss battle with the Pack Priest. After killing a Sabbat biker the player met up with the anarch Baron in his cabin in Houston's surrounding countryside. The Baron sent the player to rob a local pharmacy. He blasts away the window with his shotgun sending the druggists inside running for their lives. Suddenly a security guard comes in with a S&W 44. The player tries intimidating him and rolls 5 successes causing the security guard to drop his gun and he immediately shits his pants and runs out the back. The player takes the hydrocodone back to the Baron and earns himself 300$ and the trust of the Baron.

Next session he'll have to track down and kill a Sabbat Malkavian who's been making people go insane with his fucked up chopped and screwed beats. I was pretty sober besides kava this session, I GM x10000 better on stimulants. Can't wait to get my 3-fpm.
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Reuben Clellershit - Sat, 26 Mar 2016 04:43:39 EST NOgNUGhg No.27983 Reply
>>27967
We had our most recent D&D session this week. The dynamic is this: get information, fail, go to the black sail or gathering dust and get drunk however I did notice two things this week.

One I managed to pass a bluff check against a Devil Lord. That's one up from a Pit Fiend. Not bad for a level 3. Natural fucking 20 though apparently it was only DC25 so I just needed 10 to pass.

Two we have a key to a magic door that opens one of the rooms in the gathering dust. There is only one such key and the door cannot be opened without it. There is a portal to pandemonium in that room. We have the key to that too. So we have an inpenetrable base. Now we just need to outfox Lord Bel (who is another grade up from the Demon I bluffed) and Cyric to save Sigil...

All in a day's work. Soon we'll be level 4.
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Jarvis Nemmlehood - Sat, 02 Apr 2016 01:24:31 EST OpTadZ0A No.27992 Reply
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>>27409
Poker with casual friends. The bluffing is the funnest part.
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Fanny Blythestock - Sat, 02 Apr 2016 20:39:14 EST 6JAcERif No.27998 Reply
Ficking party got split so im browsing while two party members resolve the shit they got into.
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Jarvis Sublingwore - Tue, 10 May 2016 03:33:57 EST KI8KGT+3 No.28098 Reply
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>>27992
If you're playing with "casual" friends, there's no reason to bluff. They're not good enough for bluffing to make a difference.
Just play tight and aggressive and take all their nickels, bitch.
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Volcanic Beach - Sun, 03 Jul 2016 02:38:02 EST OpTadZ0A No.28184 Reply
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>>28098
I do that. Occasionally one of them tries to challenge me. Then I do the smackdown.
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Defiant - Mon, 12 Sep 2016 05:08:14 EST OpTadZ0A No.28272 Reply
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Star Trek Panic makes it almost fun to suffer hull damage
Pew pew
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Hannah Peddlecocke - Tue, 13 Sep 2016 02:40:50 EST k2PHWnP5 No.28277 Reply
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Been playing a lot of Eldritch horror with my brother.

It's too bad he doesn't love the theme as much as I do, luckily it's a pretty entertaining game regardless of that.
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Sophie Dubbleworth - Tue, 20 Sep 2016 03:22:43 EST kZqJSfZY No.28292 Reply
Doing this RPG boardgame about mice with my co-worker. Don't know what it's called but it's pretty good.
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Wesley Fisslehid - Mon, 28 Nov 2016 19:13:54 EST TeGKhBnY No.28343 Reply
>>27418
>This game is still boss after all these years
So true, KOTOR is a masterpiece.
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Esther Blatherfuck - Thu, 09 Feb 2017 18:07:53 EST gzEoWI0C No.28399 Reply
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I think I've finally figured out what in the fuck is going on in Mahjong; I actually won a game of Hong Kong style last night, although I still haven't completed a single hand in Riichi, which is the only variant I really care about since the rules for point exchange between players aren't fucking retarded. I guess I'd try out World Series Competition style Mahjong too, but nobody on Mahjong Time ever plays that shit.

Learning the specific hands is a goddamn nightmare since there are like fucking 20 of them and they're almost never called by English names, but having a Yaku cheat sheet printed out eventually got me there. It's gonna take fucking ages before I know these by heart. This shit is pretty much exactly like if Gin Rummy had ranked hand combinations the way Poker does, only way way more of them, 4 players, and 3 fucking decks at once. It's total insanity.
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Hardyhara - Sat, 18 Feb 2017 12:15:58 EST n5llF9NM No.28408 Reply
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Defenders of the Realm; it's pretty similar to Pandemic but I find it to be just so much more engaging (maybe because it's a prefer fantasy). I recommend it to anyone and everyone to get it along with all expansion components.
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4Drumpf - Mon, 03 Apr 2017 04:43:52 EST 8y32h0SG No.28464 Reply
Dusted off HEROQUEST to play over the rainy weekend..
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Nathaniel Hommerfield - Fri, 21 Apr 2017 17:59:41 EST PN7p/FBz No.28515 Reply
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I forgot the fun of miniatures....
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Sophie Sambleshit - Wed, 26 Apr 2017 21:51:15 EST l72Wh/7l No.28519 Reply
Went from no one to table top with in years, to all my friends realizing how fun it is and now having to run not one but TWO DnD campaigns a week.

BWG
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Charles Sandleson - Fri, 28 Apr 2017 18:55:05 EST r27cJs8P No.28520 Reply
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>tfw your friends clown you for playing mtg so you play in secret
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Matilda Bugglepock - Sun, 30 Apr 2017 08:20:49 EST HFuaHjlm No.28526 Reply
Well I was out till 1am last night playing D&D.

DMing for a group. Last session involved a lot of walking around a city fluffing persuasion checks. I let them buy some information off the theives guild in the city because the players exhausted or discarded all the leads I threw at them. I'm a believer that you should always have an obvious solution and maybe a less obvious one to most problems but be ready for the players to come up with something you didn't think up and then go with it because it works. In this case the thieves guild is very powerful and so it made sense they'd know..

I think it was a bit of a shock to spend 3 hours wandering around shops and bars after the last session was a 7 hour dungeon crawl/goblinoid genocide session. Some of the players are newish and so I'm trying to give them a bit of everything. I'm really regretting letting a new player go druid though as there so many options she just ended up overwhelmed. That and sorc are terrible picks for clueless players.

They've technically finished the current quest but there's cultists and (lesser/least) demons to slay so they're going to clear out the mansion before they head off to their next adventure.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Thu, 23 Nov 2017 23:10:51 EST W8s6nbjY No.28694 Reply
>>28652
Not really surprised. They're intricately detailed and I'm sure they're expensive to produce.
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John Girringkot - Fri, 24 Nov 2017 12:32:14 EST Qqq40y/y No.28695 Reply
>>28694
Also the market leaders are greedy shits. They're not THAT expensive.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Fri, 12 Jan 2018 16:43:04 EST W8s6nbjY No.28719 Reply
Played my first DnD game at MAGFest last week. It was kinda fun though knowing which dice to use and stuff can be confusing but the DM for our game was really knowledgable and well-spoken.
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Molly Sanninghuck - Wed, 17 Jan 2018 15:34:20 EST 4WVuTt9d No.28721 Reply
>>28719
I don't play D&D, but from my friends who do play, they always say the DM determines how fun or not the game is. So, it's good to have a good DM.
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George Dartville - Wed, 17 Jan 2018 22:30:44 EST 2l0E/eG+ No.28723 Reply
Playin sum DnD on Roll20 rn. Pretty fun. In the jungles of Chult tryin' to find the Soul... something. Shoulda took notes. Yuan-Ti lvl 5 Sorcerer.
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Sidney Naffingchun - Thu, 18 Jan 2018 13:13:49 EST R0fM1shs No.28724 Reply
>>28723
I hear TOA is cool but the massive complex plot going on is mostly underpinning rather than key like some campaigns. nb because my next session is tomorrow.
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Alice Brookridge - Sat, 20 Jan 2018 12:40:16 EST BQgLKD4V No.28725 Reply
>>28724
Next session my players will likely fight a dragon. After a year of dungeons and dragons and they're finally fighting one.

This thing should wreck them, there could be deaths or TPKs if they aren't careful but historically they've avoided some lethal traps.

They haven't done the research or prepared and a high rolling breath weapon + failed saved would kill some of the party members (it'd have to be exceptionally high though) and there's a few other nasty traps which a bit of research (which they know they can pursue) would warn them about so it's on their heads if they fight the dragon in it's lair and it buries them under 50 feet of sand and glass. Knowing my players the paladin will lose half his HP from one round's melee then everything will miss and they'll pass all their saves.
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Sophie Fecklelutch - Thu, 25 Jan 2018 18:33:16 EST BZQcchUk No.28731 Reply
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Made 202k out of 22k in fake money in poker.
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Jenny Sivingfod - Sat, 03 Feb 2018 05:14:27 EST B1f6kqQ5 No.28738 Reply
>>28725
They managed it though I think they were within 1 action of TPK due to the dragon collapsing the ceiling. It ended with the rogue putting the dragon to sleep while it burrowed into the roof of it's cave to bring it down, and then spider climbing up to the roof to execute it. I made him roll the HP sleep put together and it was extremely dramatic but the dragon had 1hp left so I knew he'd won. I just wanted him to feel the drama (though figuring out how to get it dead without waking it while it was in the ceiling was an issue). The actual damage of the dragon wasn't too horrific but they attacked it in a cave made of glass 100 feet under the desert and it could dig. The paladin did take the biggest hits as usual though.
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Edwin Gaffingmudge - Sun, 11 Feb 2018 16:52:20 EST OQk1IT/I No.28743 Reply
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Recently bought two Gwent decks (Nilfgaard and Northern Realms) after loving playing it on Witcher 3. Has anyone else played and enjoyed it? From what I've heard and seen it hasn't really gotten that popular...
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Charlotte Gecklewet - Wed, 14 Feb 2018 18:59:46 EST utu79UH+ No.28745 Reply
>>28743

I loved Gwent in TW3. Just the right balance of simplicity and depth for a card game, in my opinion. Unfortunately it seems they're trying to retire the original formula and push the new standalone Gwent game.

And personally, I absolutely hated the standalone. Way too many changes and the pay-to-win elements are insane (and all too common with digital card games like this). Played maybe 5 matches with the starter decks and couldn't even win a single match against the AI, because they decided all starter decks had to be bare bones, wholly noncompetitive dogshit. Awful game, really disappointed in CDPR tbh.

So I wouldn't hold out hope on original Gwent getting very popular when they're trying their damnedest to replace it with the digital skinner box P2W standalone trainwreck.
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Fuck Pittridge - Mon, 09 Apr 2018 17:31:12 EST 9inwr8TI No.28768 Reply
About to be playing some YGOPRO. Trying to make a Horus deck work in today's game.
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Charlotte Blishpork - Thu, 26 Jul 2018 17:57:25 EST IyIVeCo+ No.28817 Reply
>>28745
Yeah that's weird actually. I haven't played the official gwent games or whatever but I just started the witcher 3 recently and for some reason I always prioritize the Gwent quests first. Idk why it's not particularly deep but I just enjoy conquering the world of Gwent in that world I guess lol.
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Doris Toothood - Thu, 13 Sep 2018 05:52:28 EST KFSGSBcC No.28830 Reply
>EXPLODING KITTENS
Boom!
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Eugene Brookdale - Sat, 15 Sep 2018 03:13:28 EST kHFm3y/Z No.28836 Reply
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>>28830
Oh man, I played that game on the phone and fucking loved it. Maybe I'll get a physical copy next month.

In the meanwhile I've been shitting around with online card games (Magic Arena, Hearthstone, Duelyst, Krosmaga) while trying to do some worldbuilding for a D&D 5e campaign.
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Friend Computer - Sat, 22 Sep 2018 02:35:38 EST cl/Gy34H No.28843 Reply
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Hey guys, it's me, Friend Computer! Looks like you guys are being shot by terrorists, that's terrible! To distract you from this horrible stress inducing experience, fill out this 5 page survey on your favorite fizzy drink!
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Edwin Guffingridge - Sun, 23 Sep 2018 03:57:11 EST kHFm3y/Z No.28844 Reply
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>>28843
Hey remember when Paranoia RPG was a humorous parody and not a prediction of the actual fucking nearby future?

Good times, good times.
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Sophie Ferringwell - Fri, 26 Oct 2018 19:51:11 EST JrCObGMN No.28876 Reply
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>>28844
Time to change the world, comrade...
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Shitting Nussledock - Fri, 07 Dec 2018 14:43:09 EST kHFm3y/Z No.28923 Reply
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Magic Arena's my fix right now.
>Divest
>Duress
>Vicious Rumors
>Pilfering Imp
>Burglar Rat
And those are just the CHEAP mono-black discard spells! It's way too much fun to watch my opponent be handless and helpless.
>TFW you slap your opponent's hand into their graveyard, insta-gib whatever actually ends on board and play whatever ended up in their graveyard with cards like Boneyard Parley
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Phineas Puffingset - Sun, 24 Mar 2019 14:24:52 EST g6II+HCc No.28950 Reply
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I've been getting into Buddyfight, and when I say getting into, I mean excited, alone in my room, looking at cards nobody is going to play with me so I play against myself and watch the anime.
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David Futtingford - Sun, 17 Nov 2019 14:10:11 EST kHFm3y/Z No.29393 Reply
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Been working on my worldbuilding, currently got a sentient demiplane being the main cause of chaos and conflict in my setting.
It's Chaos-aligned, and it coaxes its inhabitants to stay there by catering to their desires, needs and wishes. Lawful-aligned beings are unharmed but their discipline and resolve tends to falter when they stay there too long. All fun and games until divine entities with important duties and portfolios start wasting their time there.
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Archie Simblestadge - Tue, 26 Nov 2019 04:15:43 EST FR5LjXLe No.29395 Reply
>>29393
Look up the comic bookc character "Danny the Street", should give y9u some fun ideas to play with
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Walter Chosslehood - Tue, 26 Nov 2019 12:41:10 EST kHFm3y/Z No.29396 Reply
>>29395
Bruh I love Doom Patrol, Danny was a big inspiration for what I'm making. Also helped me figure out how the demiplane communicates.

So far I've got Asmodeus as the 'leader' of the folk staying there, with a whole bunch of death gods from other pantheons chilling with him. I figured it'd be a wonderful excuse to have undead freely roaming/terrorizing the world of the living (AKA the PCs.)
And I really just want to have a scene where the players encounter Asmodeus wearing a Hawaiian shirt, shorts and flip-flops while BBQing.
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Esther Drongerhig - Tue, 26 Nov 2019 12:56:03 EST R5cdZOyx No.29397 Reply
>>29396
If Asmodeus is slacking off then surely demons would overrun the multiverse without the devils bothering to stop them? Of course Orcus is lord of undeath so I guess if they encounter him you'd also have an undead problem.

Also does this mean that Asmodeus is still iron fisted tyrant of the grill?
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Cedric Dartdale - Wed, 27 Nov 2019 12:02:09 EST kHFm3y/Z No.29398 Reply
>>29397
Right you are, I figured the other devils (especially Zariel) would pick up Asmodeus' slack. Also I've got Fraz-Urb'luu dead so that's one demon prince less to balance the one devil lord being AWOL. I can totally throw in demons and devils as antagonists too, nothing's really stopping me.
>Also does this mean that Asmodeus is still iron fisted tyrant of the grill?
Yes, very much so.
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Matilda Pickcocke - Wed, 27 Nov 2019 18:35:09 EST R5cdZOyx No.29399 Reply
>>29398
Go all in then, have a quest to persuade him that the BBQ is hot before the coals stop glowing and he's just cutting the window so short no one's going to be able to cook any sausages. Asmodeus isn't cruel for cruelty's sake or stupid evil. It's not an impossible task. Maybe Cyric, prince of lies told him that it's not ready till the coals are white.

Having the comical plane of slacking off evil gods will make a nice contrast when the prime is being torn apart almost as collateral damage between the armies of evil. The indignant players storming the plane to demand the gods intervene to find them at a keg party sounds like a great twist.
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Augustus Turveyson - Thu, 28 Nov 2019 00:33:45 EST kHFm3y/Z No.29400 Reply
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>>29399
The first part sounds oddly specific, do you...Do you want to talk about it?

As for the latter, exactly what I'm hoping for in the end.
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Jarvis Ginningdidging - Thu, 28 Nov 2019 18:53:46 EST R5cdZOyx No.29401 Reply
>>29400
Lol nah my dad has been dead a long time now anyway. Though yeah in seriousness the arc of comedy to dark comedy is pretty typical, dark to dark comedy is an underused arc.

One of my players needs to get his shit together so we can finish this campaign. They're at the point where they can only put off going for the BBEGs a bit longer before those guys both notice that the party graduated from nuisance to menace and now to actual threat and carve a path directly through a tonne of innocents to get them before they can pick at their forces any more. However someone moved away and we've got a technology solution... but it needs him to have his own place again. Soon.
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Cornelius Gevingdock - Fri, 29 Nov 2019 00:56:11 EST kHFm3y/Z No.29402 Reply
>>29401
Sucks how fragile D&D groups are, recently saw some post about a dude presenting a painting to his D&D party of their characters and I was just envious of the fact they managed to get a campaign going long enough to make it that memorable.
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Samuel Suddlefoot - Fri, 29 Nov 2019 20:06:08 EST R5cdZOyx No.29403 Reply
>>29402
That campaign ran for ages and probably will resume. I fucking hope so, we were in the third year and everyone was level 17. They are facing 2 big armies and the leaders are both dragons in disguise. One's an ancient red the other is an ancient gold who's lost her way a bit. Whichever they leave alive will gain the blessing of tiamat of course. Though the gold can be talked down as she doesn't realise she's a pawn. If that happens the final fight will be tiamat staking a claim to her soul and they'll fight her shadow (ie an ancient gold shadow dragon).

They also have this demon that hates them who should show up (he was a nalfneshnee but I think he's going to have turned into a marilith next time). He's kind of the team rocket though. The party has a paladin with a holy avenger so his shit is going to get wrecked every time. But that's fine. Anyone who does their research on the party and has gate can summon him and he'll always fight the players no questions asked so he's quite good to throw into fights as a big mook rather than a boss. I know it's a level 9 spell but even with the avenger, being able to chuck a CR 15 minion out just before or during a fight is a much more fun/exciting way to use the slot than just meteor swarming them.

Oh and Vecna's missing apprentice, IC one of them knows so OOC they all do, they have helped vecna set him up and they just need time for some manoevering so he can make an opening. The good thing about bad guys is they're not a unified side like "Good" sometimes supporting one means helping the good guys in the bigger picture. Maybe. I feel that wizard will get a tome of the stilled tongue out of it as he can pin the apprentice's to his spellbook and that's literally what the item is. I have been generous with magic items but I can just hurl anything at the party now and my biggest concern is "can I manage running all this shit?" not "can they handle it?" which is actually a LOT of fun as a DM. I can be creative and throw forces that do the lore of some of the bad guys justice at them and not crush them or have to tone shit down or do mini versions of cool enemy or have them rely on help. I've got a sibriex and an ancient blue dragon lined up in their near future too.

So it'd be a shame if all that didn't happen now. I think if our paladin doesn't get back to us in new year I'll open up some discussion. Options being recruit a nerd from my other game or.. something?

In the mean time I've had a second more casual west maches style thing going and I'm running a game tomorrow (I play half to two thirds with my lore bard) with a load of people. This is level 6 so it's much more low key but I'm going to have them compete in some tribal games. An obstacle course with hostile beasts, a big game hunt and some (non lethal) gladitorial combat. Because they players can't die in the last one and can set the pace for the second one I have been quite aggressive with the challenge setting here. The risk is that their town looks like wusses in front of their neighbours.
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Walter Chonningforth - Sat, 30 Nov 2019 02:26:00 EST kHFm3y/Z No.29404 Reply
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>>29403
You really know someone loves their games when they can fill entire paragraphs about it, holy reading material Batman!

And I'm now rooting for the demon, poor bastard reminds me of Mid-Boss from Disgaea.
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Hamilton Musslepere - Sat, 07 Dec 2019 17:22:34 EST kHFm3y/Z No.29406 Reply
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>Visit LEGO Store with family, make off-hand comment about the old boxes of LEGO we had
>One phone call and several weeks of prodding later, end up with the boxes that I have to clean as well (holy shit they made a mess of it somehow, had to clean crystallized battery acid of my hands and the bricks several times)
>Be reminded of BrikWars, some fanmade project of wargaming with LEGO I saw years ago
>It's still being updated and played, people make amazing models and there's a shitload of 'lore' along with the rules
This seems like it has potential. If anything just the building and sharing could be entertaining, but making my own units and giving them personalized abilities is the real fun.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Wed, 25 Dec 2019 00:14:54 EST +Gdlxup1 No.29419 Reply
Played Left Right Center with my family and relatives. It's become a Christmas tradition in our household but it's pretty fun and easy.
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Reuben Follerdale - Fri, 27 Dec 2019 11:44:35 EST J0CTkaHF No.29420 Reply
>>29419
Played a bit of get packing this afternoon with family. Once I actually figured out how to treat a couple of the pieces I started thrashing everyone, but until that clicked it was hard. Bit of a once a year sort of game I think but fun.
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Rebecca Bezzleneg - Sat, 11 Jan 2020 11:20:26 EST kHFm3y/Z No.29429 Reply
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Well that was a fun first session. Surprise guest who decided to try playing too with a premade character, improvised a cultists-in-a-cave encounter that pretty much went off without too much trouble and ended with them leaving the cave only to see the silhouettes of the goddess of death murdering the goddess of magic in the sky. (Pretty much got the response I wanted from the players.)

Will be fun to continue that one, hopefully with some better tools on my side to handle the encounters without improvising too much.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sun, 08 Mar 2020 22:11:46 EST dJoA2NfG No.29463 Reply
>>29420
Yeah I agree. Those kinds of games are good to play like every once in a while and especially like in the case of Left Right Center, a game to play at a big gathering at a party or holiday dinner.
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Ebenezer Sollermag - Sun, 03 May 2020 01:37:40 EST MVcGU3+H No.29512 Reply
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Found & played my old-school white weenie deck again. It was glorious.
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Caroline Drerringdale - Fri, 08 May 2020 03:47:23 EST MVcGU3+H No.29517 Reply
>>29463
>Left Right Center
Sounds like a Twister variant.
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Phineas Penderforth - Sat, 16 May 2020 11:43:44 EST kHFm3y/Z No.29522 Reply
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>>29406
>>29429
Update bump
>D&D campaign grinded to a halt because lolona
>Was awful either way, most of the time they were checking Instagram on their phones
>BrikWars community is pretty dead except for a few faux-Warhammer enthusiasts and super-serious lore nerds
I hope that dungeon minigame LEGO is adding with the latest Ninjago wave has potential to expand on and create custom material for.

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