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#19 - justabass (03/23/2014) [+] (13 replies)
One of the less posted D&D stories.
#22 - zomaru ONLINE (03/23/2014) [+] (25 replies)
Once had a DM who was fed up with a player, so he set up a trap and when it triggered he threw his entire bag of dice on the table and said a fireball hits you for this much damage.
The result was well over 150, which we agreed was a Nuclear blast.
Unfortunately, Our mage was quick enough to throw up a fire Barrier just in time and we ended up the sole survivors of the city of Belthrogaurd.
#49 - ComradeBritish (03/23/2014) [+] (5 replies)
A personal favorite.
User avatar #1 - rikter (03/22/2014) [+] (14 replies)
Three of them aren't raping something while one is bitching about the rest not RPing properly and one is playing with their phone.
User avatar #50 - pokemonstheshiz ONLINE (03/23/2014) [-]
Last time I played D&D, I had my character take on an apprentice. I was going to teach him magic, but I ended up only having time to teach him how to conjure a rabbit. Towards the end of the campaign, I nat 20'd for him casting a spell and he made a giant bunny that led our way to freedom.
User avatar #32 - feelythefeel (03/23/2014) [+] (2 replies)
We once had a Dwarf in our group who, rather predictably, was head over heels for explosives. Yet every time he used them, he would fail just spectacularly enough to be useful. He tries to jerry-rig a grenade out of gun-powder and a potato? He critically fails and blows up, then rolls a natural twenty on the save and ends up breaking a wall to let out the water from the water elemental cave.

Laughs were had.
#24 - nozombiesman ONLINE (03/23/2014) [-]
I was playing D&D a couple a weeks ago; we make fun of this one area called the Ogrefist Hills, we call it the Ogrefisting hills.  Long story short grandmas were fisted and werewolf 						****					 was punched and thrown.
I was playing D&D a couple a weeks ago; we make fun of this one area called the Ogrefist Hills, we call it the Ogrefisting hills. Long story short grandmas were fisted and werewolf **** was punched and thrown.
#79 - zekeon ONLINE (03/23/2014) [-]
One I was playing as a ninja in pathfinder.

We had just started the game and we were fighting this skeleton samurai thing, when a mute priest who showed up blessed a sword and turned it into a fiery sword. So she hands it to our fighter who doesn't like little swords so I tell her to throw it to me.

I roll a 20, so I catch the sword with a flourish, grip it with both hands, and swing.

I roll a 1.

I swung it so hard it fell out of my hand and got stuck in the ground.

>mfw
#132 - fadetometallica (03/23/2014) [+] (5 replies)
I feel this should be posted on every post like this.
#122 - smallsikndchild (03/23/2014) [-]
Playing a game called Sertorius. It's new and was written by a friend of a friend. the point of this game is to gain followers and to cement your status as a god. i got my first 12 followers, who were big burly fishermen, and i told them harass an inn so i could take off their business. i went inside to make an offer ,which was obviously turned down, and came outside to my followers huddled around a pool of blood. turns out they decided to pick on the wrong guy and he fought back. so they bludgeoned him to death with large fishing hooks. a little kid saw so they chased him down and knocked him out. they tide him up and tossed him into the ocean. THEN a group of guards come along and ask about the blood and the screams. one said he dropped a bucket of chum and the other one stubbed his toe against a wall..... needless to say i was put in prison because they were my disciples acting on my "Orders" and they were all sentenced to death. I had poured my newly acquired spell(you get more spells the more followers you get) into my shirt. It made it so anyone in my presence would be afraid of me. So i ruled the prison with a harem of men and an iron fist.
#127 - Funnyfagget (03/23/2014) [+] (1 reply)
>Be in Highschool
>Playing modified version of D&D with less rules (Inb4 go hard or go home)
>Start off in a Tavern, extremely original
>One thing leads to another and we're fighting a jacked midget who owns the Tavern
> ****** has 600 health and has a hold of my arms
>Use Charisma to convince him to stop
>It fails
>Says he's going to tie my arms in a pretzel
>Use Charisma again to call his bluff
>It works
>Throws me into the ceiling instead
>Other teammates are getting the **** kicked out of them while i'm stuck in the ceiling
>Break free and pile drive him (like that American Dad episode where roger joins the police force)
>Gain 1000 xp for killing this son of a bitch
>Jump from level 1 to 15
>Max out strength
>I now have 21 strength
>People of the bar suddenly turn into shapeshifting gator people
>DM rolls for how much he's going to add for his rolls
>Rolls a 1
>MFW I'm stronger than the DM
>MFW DM doesn't even bother rolling for the rest of the session
>MFW haven't played D&D since -- this is my first D&D story so please have mercy on me

#125 - thewisedane (03/23/2014) [+] (1 reply)
Oh dear here we go. I have many of these, so just ask if you want more.   
   
> Playing with my group of 5 years and so - just got our old GM back to play the very first game we ever played - Iron Kingdoms, MKii this time.     
> Campaign were based around exploration and travel, and our groups would have a smaller mansion in teh outskirts of Caspia, the largest city in universe.    
> Knows a lot about the universe through the wargame, and so decides to play warcaster/arcane mechanik (Warcaster being battle mages who can mindbond with warmachine called warjacks and arcane mechanik being the dudes who repair said machines).   
> Rest of the group is stabhappy aristocrat diplomat, dwarf sorcerer gunmage, diplomat's cousin, grumpy menite shieldmaiden and sneaky alcemist.   
> Get a job offer by the two aristocrats, go to some rich dude's palace.   
> Wants us to find some liquid in a temple in a jungle on some random southern island.   
> Lots of money.   
> All agree.   
> Take off on a boat sometime the next day.   
> A voyage with some pirate attacks later, we end up on the island.   
> Place is 						******					 up, clearly Devour Wurm 						****					 - GM love druids, so only natural.   
> Like we care, there are money in this.   
> We get through well enough anyway.   
> Finds pretty flowers, cow sized and other stuff - dwarf takes one as a souvenir.   
Cont.
Oh dear here we go. I have many of these, so just ask if you want more.

> Playing with my group of 5 years and so - just got our old GM back to play the very first game we ever played - Iron Kingdoms, MKii this time.
> Campaign were based around exploration and travel, and our groups would have a smaller mansion in teh outskirts of Caspia, the largest city in universe.
> Knows a lot about the universe through the wargame, and so decides to play warcaster/arcane mechanik (Warcaster being battle mages who can mindbond with warmachine called warjacks and arcane mechanik being the dudes who repair said machines).
> Rest of the group is stabhappy aristocrat diplomat, dwarf sorcerer gunmage, diplomat's cousin, grumpy menite shieldmaiden and sneaky alcemist.
> Get a job offer by the two aristocrats, go to some rich dude's palace.
> Wants us to find some liquid in a temple in a jungle on some random southern island.
> Lots of money.
> All agree.
> Take off on a boat sometime the next day.
> A voyage with some pirate attacks later, we end up on the island.
> Place is ****** up, clearly Devour Wurm **** - GM love druids, so only natural.
> Like we care, there are money in this.
> We get through well enough anyway.
> Finds pretty flowers, cow sized and other stuff - dwarf takes one as a souvenir.
Cont.
#2 - anonymous (03/22/2014) [+] (2 replies)
Really? We always start silly and get serious. I suggest you start with light on plot quests that anyone could do, then move into the bigger hero bit. Seems to work for us.
User avatar #3 to #2 - corvah (03/22/2014) [-]
We tried a serious story, but eventually ended up killing eachother in humerous ways, starting illegal drug operations and beating up midgets
#64 - warlordstuart ONLINE (03/23/2014) [+] (3 replies)
posted this a couple times. I think its decent though. Will be willing to post more of adventure if people want.   
   
>Play Pokemon Tabletop    
>Fanmade game. Basically Pokemon Dungeons and Dragons.    
>Not perfect, but we enjoyed it. Wife plays capture specialist, other friends play breeder, martial artist, and ace trainer.    
>I always have been fascinated by psychics. Played psychics in yugioh, played a psion in classic D&D, etc (if there is a psychic character, i nab it)    
>Due to game mechanics, trainers (especially psychics) are really strong in the beginning of the game but even out as you level up. the prestige classes are pretty cool, your basically a human that can learn a variety of pokemon moves.    
>Make psychic. Kid from poor part of Pallet town named Gray (trainers are named after colors, right?)   
   
>Game goes on, fun times. First 5-8 levels or so my character is pretty cool.    
>We run into main villains. Somehow they have shadow powers (powers not in the book)    
>These powers basically give the trainers the Dark Type. So I'm useless against them.    
>No problem. Take prestige class that lets me fly and get flying type and electric moves.    
>Suddenly the bad guys start wearing armor made from pikachu that make them completely immune to electric attacks.    
>ok. Getting annoyed but whatever, I can fly.    
>Later, my character manages to get some shadow powers. He has the dark typing, I got sick of taking massive damage from their spammy Dark Pulses    
   
>MFW the DM sends Black Belts, Martial Artists, and Ninjas at us.
posted this a couple times. I think its decent though. Will be willing to post more of adventure if people want.

>Play Pokemon Tabletop
>Fanmade game. Basically Pokemon Dungeons and Dragons.
>Not perfect, but we enjoyed it. Wife plays capture specialist, other friends play breeder, martial artist, and ace trainer.
>I always have been fascinated by psychics. Played psychics in yugioh, played a psion in classic D&D, etc (if there is a psychic character, i nab it)
>Due to game mechanics, trainers (especially psychics) are really strong in the beginning of the game but even out as you level up. the prestige classes are pretty cool, your basically a human that can learn a variety of pokemon moves.
>Make psychic. Kid from poor part of Pallet town named Gray (trainers are named after colors, right?)

>Game goes on, fun times. First 5-8 levels or so my character is pretty cool.
>We run into main villains. Somehow they have shadow powers (powers not in the book)
>These powers basically give the trainers the Dark Type. So I'm useless against them.
>No problem. Take prestige class that lets me fly and get flying type and electric moves.
>Suddenly the bad guys start wearing armor made from pikachu that make them completely immune to electric attacks.
>ok. Getting annoyed but whatever, I can fly.
>Later, my character manages to get some shadow powers. He has the dark typing, I got sick of taking massive damage from their spammy Dark Pulses

>MFW the DM sends Black Belts, Martial Artists, and Ninjas at us.
#135 - adolphhipster (03/23/2014) [+] (1 reply)
I, honestly, hate 4.0   
They tried simplifying it and it sucks.
I, honestly, hate 4.0
They tried simplifying it and it sucks.
#14 - drahkreher ONLINE (03/22/2014) [-]
I can't think of one moment where my group was entirely serious
#117 - corvah (03/23/2014) [+] (2 replies)
Front page :o thanks everyone ;D
most of you have probably already seen this one, but for those who haven't
#118 to #117 - corvah (03/23/2014) [-]
sorry, to small
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