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noisia

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Date Signed Up:10/26/2012
Last Login:12/08/2016
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#58 - Well, in the UK, men's sizes are measured differently to women…  [+] (1 reply) 10/23/2016 on Tumblrinas are just the... 0
#61 - deckbox (10/23/2016) [-]
i dated a girl it was so weird it was ike you took a squishy doll and tightened a belt around it, huge boobs, fatass, but no waist at all.

so was like dress wise 12-4-16
#45 - Leave it alone, accept defeat and regret my previous comment. …  [+] (1 reply) 10/11/2016 on pen +1
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#47 - amuzen (10/11/2016) [-]
it's ok though because with a wave of a stick your broken leg is fine. Embrace the retardedly op abilities of magic, turn the room into a pocket dimension fill it with water and leave the baby to drown. <---that's the best response I've heard someone use for this in the past. Course everything short of what happened in the story assumes some preemptive knowledge of a spell he was prophetically destined to not expect.
#42 - Stamp on its head  [+] (3 replies) 10/11/2016 on pen 0
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#43 - amuzen (10/11/2016) [-]
**amuzen used "*roll 1, 001-100*"**
**amuzen rolls 035**1-75: your foot violently rebounds off a shield spell breaking your leg. now what?
76-100: your kick was weak enough that it didn't meet the requirements to be considered a physical attack by the shield spell. As soon as your foot hits the baby your leg explodes into ashe as fire runs up your body quickly dissolving you into ashe. game over
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#45 - noisia (10/11/2016) [-]
Leave it alone, accept defeat and regret my previous comment. All the while trying to convince myself it's still better than accidentally turning it into one of my horcruxes, but knowing deep down that I'm lying to myself.

Then spend 3 days in hospital.
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#47 - amuzen (10/11/2016) [-]
it's ok though because with a wave of a stick your broken leg is fine. Embrace the retardedly op abilities of magic, turn the room into a pocket dimension fill it with water and leave the baby to drown. <---that's the best response I've heard someone use for this in the past. Course everything short of what happened in the story assumes some preemptive knowledge of a spell he was prophetically destined to not expect.
#35 - Yeah, but if I wanted to kill a baby, I'd kill a baby.  [+] (9 replies) 10/11/2016 on pen 0
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#36 - amuzen (10/11/2016) [-]
Oh yeah how would you go about doing that exactly? First thing that comes to mind.
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#42 - noisia (10/11/2016) [-]
Stamp on its head
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#43 - amuzen (10/11/2016) [-]
**amuzen used "*roll 1, 001-100*"**
**amuzen rolls 035**1-75: your foot violently rebounds off a shield spell breaking your leg. now what?
76-100: your kick was weak enough that it didn't meet the requirements to be considered a physical attack by the shield spell. As soon as your foot hits the baby your leg explodes into ashe as fire runs up your body quickly dissolving you into ashe. game over
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#45 - noisia (10/11/2016) [-]
Leave it alone, accept defeat and regret my previous comment. All the while trying to convince myself it's still better than accidentally turning it into one of my horcruxes, but knowing deep down that I'm lying to myself.

Then spend 3 days in hospital.
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#47 - amuzen (10/11/2016) [-]
it's ok though because with a wave of a stick your broken leg is fine. Embrace the retardedly op abilities of magic, turn the room into a pocket dimension fill it with water and leave the baby to drown. <---that's the best response I've heard someone use for this in the past. Course everything short of what happened in the story assumes some preemptive knowledge of a spell he was prophetically destined to not expect.
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#37 - twentytwelve (10/11/2016) [-]
Punt it
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#39 - amuzen (10/11/2016) [-]
**amuzen used "*roll 1, 001-100*"**
**amuzen rolls 065**
1-75: your foot violently rebounds off a shield spell breaking your leg
76-100: your kick was weak enough that it didn't meet the requirements to be considered a physical attack by the shield spell. As soon as your foot hits the baby your leg explodes into ashe as fire runs up your bod quickly dissolving you into nothing.
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#40 - twentytwelve (10/11/2016) [-]
Do a DnD version
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#41 - amuzen (10/11/2016) [-]
alright roll 1d20 and add your strength modifier.
#19 - ...Yep 10/11/2016 on Nothing Wrong Here +1
#51 - What's it called?  [+] (1 reply) 10/04/2016 on fight 0
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#62 - chimayor (10/04/2016) [-]
Flash point paradox and Son of Batman. Batman: Under the Red Hood, it would seem, is not there anymore. I'd recommend watching that one especially.