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Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Adventure Sound Bites

Out-of-context verbal delicacies from the last two Monday nights.

"Are those boobs or pecs?"

"He's kind of like a step-stool, with fur."

A: [Mumble mumble mumble.]
B: What?
A: I'm talking to my brain.
B: You're talking to your brain out loud, sweetie.

"Sounds like a good reason to shoot in their direction, unless you want to be in melee with those things."

A: [Out loud] Oops, wrong button.
A: [In Roll20 text box, simultaneously] "Whips it out and pees on his weapon."
Everybody Else [Out loud]: You actually wrote a macro to say that!!!????"

GM: In the corner you see some poop.
A: Do we check it out?
B: Yeah, it seems every time we check out poop there's treasure hidden in it.
A: Like fortune poop!

A: Meet Lucky – the three-legged, one-eyed Blink Dog.
B: He has a claw/claw/fall-down attack sequence.

Is that what it means to be neutral? Kill half the orcs and give the rest a cookie?

Oh, no! Yogis! If they get into downward dog position, we know they're getting ready to charge.

A: [Makes pig noises]
B: Why do I suddenly feel like I'm in Deliverance?

Beyond this lies only meta!

Fabulous flaming boars – we have just entered the metrosexual Deep Dark.


9 comments:

  1. Is the sweetie comment, Ken? Sounds like Ken.

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    1. Actually, no. I missed that comment.

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    2. Ohhhh, Tim just told me it was Doug talking to his kid, not you talking to one of the goobers. And here I thought it was you :-)

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    3. Ha! Every comment, in game or out, is potentially quotable. :)

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  2. A: [Makes pig noises]
    B: Why do I suddenly feel like I'm in Deliverance?

    Love it!!

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    1. We don't do well with farm animals.

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    2. No, indeed we don't. We've had chickens, goats, and pigs, and all have ended up producing this quality of in-game commentary.

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  3. It is funny how much of this immature commentary we generate every week, yet still cram a huge amount of serious gaming and roleplaying into a 3 hour session.

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    1. It's true, despite the puerile comments, we do get in a lot of serious adventure and plot advancement and such. I should probably post about the actual gaming at some point. But others already do that so much better than I do...

      Maybe I should combine the two and revive the Montporte Inquirer format.

      ( http://clashofspearonshield.blogspot.com/2013/04/headline-news.html )

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