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orangepikmin

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#11 - I don't remember buying the nightmare Pringles. 03/18/2016 on PowerlessCheese's webm... 0
#28 - Picture 03/17/2016 on Hilda +15
#5 - Picture 03/14/2016 on Spicy toco +14
#106 - Picture 03/13/2016 on Her Boobs Weigh over 10... +7
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#22 - Okay. Anything else?  [+] (1 new reply) 03/11/2016 on My own secret +3
#31 - datassman (03/11/2016) [-]
#12 - Cont. > So, what happens here is truly hilarious …  [+] (3 new replies) 03/11/2016 on IMGONNACLEAVETHATASSHOLEAPART +6
#14 - astatine (03/20/2016) [-]
Jesus Christ, so how's everyone reacted to the arm thing since? Is the secret out?
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#16 - orangepikmin (03/26/2016) [-]
Well, the secret is indeed out, but not in the way I would've thought it would've happened. I don't think it's good enough for a greentext reply, but I'll be more than happy to tell you what happened.
#18 - ruderoody (04/06/2016) [-]
Please do a post about coming out as a skellington and for the love of deum mention me so I can see
#11 - I'll tell this one: > Be me (Human Skeleton Barbar…  [+] (4 new replies) 03/11/2016 on IMGONNACLEAVETHATASSHOLEAPART +8
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#12 - orangepikmin (03/11/2016) [-]
Cont.

> So, what happens here is truly hilarious
> The DM and Dwarf's player determine that since he is much higher than he normally is (With his height complex and all)
> DM decides that Dwarf now has vertigo from being too high
> Dwarf freezes up and starts crying, saying "TOO HIGH TOO HIGH" over and over again
> He loses the rest of his turn and now it's mine
> I decide that I need to get him off of me and try to reach up to pull him and the step ladder off of me
> The DM says that this motion is hard to do due (hehehe) to shoulder blades and muscles etc.
> I PM DM to remind him that I'm a skeleton (I kept it from the party at this time) and he smiles
> The DM proceeds to describe how my character essentially bent my arms backwards to throw off the Dwarf down the stairs
>This freaks out the Ranger and he flees down the stairs from seeing this disgusting thing that the human just performed
>The Dwarf continues to say "TOO HIGH TOO HIGH" as he and his step ladder careen down the stairs in a comical fashion

This almost got me killed in the end, as I had to rush the beholders trying to kill them/ buy more time for the party. We all survived that encounter but the half-elf left because he didn't want to die.
#14 - astatine (03/20/2016) [-]
Jesus Christ, so how's everyone reacted to the arm thing since? Is the secret out?
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#16 - orangepikmin (03/26/2016) [-]
Well, the secret is indeed out, but not in the way I would've thought it would've happened. I don't think it's good enough for a greentext reply, but I'll be more than happy to tell you what happened.
#18 - ruderoody (04/06/2016) [-]
Please do a post about coming out as a skellington and for the love of deum mention me so I can see
#10 - My current DnD character is a skeleton trying to pose as a hum…  [+] (5 new replies) 03/11/2016 on IMGONNACLEAVETHATASSHOLEAPART +2
#11 - orangepikmin (03/11/2016) [-]
I'll tell this one:

> Be me (Human Skeleton Barbarian) in a dungeon with Half-Elf Bard, Dwarven Wizard, and Elvish twins Ranger and Druid
> The Dwarf has a height complex, so he has a step ladder he carries around
> He doesn't like being looked down upon
> Anyways, the party climbs a set of stairs with me at the lead to a door
>After successful stealth-checking, I open the door to look inside
> A mechanical zombie with two undead beholders stand in the middle of the room
> I formulate plan to try to get the beholders to attack the zombie by provoking them to attack the zombie

The plan was this: I was going to open and close the door quickly and have the ranger shoot an arrow to enrage one of the beholders, believing that the zombie hit it or something.

> I have to roll a strength check to see if I was able to open the door quickly
> I fail at said check
> Ranger shoots his arrow into the door
> The sounds of grunting and the arrow "THUNK"ing are quite loud
> Ergo, ruining the surprise
> My character says, "Screw this" and rolls to kick down the door
> Natural twenty
> The door flies off its hinges and instakills the zombie
> Leaving me to get blasted by the beholders
> After losing half of my hit points due to the massive amount of lasers in my face, the ranger wants to shoot his arrows at them
> He, being the asshole that he is, decides that there is not enough room at the top of the stairs to shoot and pushes me onto the top stair
> He shoots his arrows and shit
> Dwarf's turn, and he wants to get a better shot than he has now
> Unfortunately, he does not have enough movement speed to get to a good place to fire magic from
> He then does something hilarious: He gets out his step ladder and then proceeds to place it on top of prone me
> So to wrap up, I screw up surprise attack, then I get pushed down and a step ladder placed on top of me
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#12 - orangepikmin (03/11/2016) [-]
Cont.

> So, what happens here is truly hilarious
> The DM and Dwarf's player determine that since he is much higher than he normally is (With his height complex and all)
> DM decides that Dwarf now has vertigo from being too high
> Dwarf freezes up and starts crying, saying "TOO HIGH TOO HIGH" over and over again
> He loses the rest of his turn and now it's mine
> I decide that I need to get him off of me and try to reach up to pull him and the step ladder off of me
> The DM says that this motion is hard to do due (hehehe) to shoulder blades and muscles etc.
> I PM DM to remind him that I'm a skeleton (I kept it from the party at this time) and he smiles
> The DM proceeds to describe how my character essentially bent my arms backwards to throw off the Dwarf down the stairs
>This freaks out the Ranger and he flees down the stairs from seeing this disgusting thing that the human just performed
>The Dwarf continues to say "TOO HIGH TOO HIGH" as he and his step ladder careen down the stairs in a comical fashion

This almost got me killed in the end, as I had to rush the beholders trying to kill them/ buy more time for the party. We all survived that encounter but the half-elf left because he didn't want to die.
#14 - astatine (03/20/2016) [-]
Jesus Christ, so how's everyone reacted to the arm thing since? Is the secret out?
User avatar
#16 - orangepikmin (03/26/2016) [-]
Well, the secret is indeed out, but not in the way I would've thought it would've happened. I don't think it's good enough for a greentext reply, but I'll be more than happy to tell you what happened.
#18 - ruderoody (04/06/2016) [-]
Please do a post about coming out as a skellington and for the love of deum mention me so I can see
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