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    14 KB He is... Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)02:33 No.5002817  
    The Most Interesting Man In The World.

    Stat him, if you can.
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)03:11 No.5003174
    Damn OP I love those commercials.
    He is basically Pun Pun , infinity in everything.
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)03:15 No.5003222
    He doesn't always drink beer, but when he does, he prefers Dos Equis.
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)03:18 No.5003241

    Something i'd like answered...Is this guy a real guy and i'm just supremely ignorant, or did they just make this guy up for the commercial? I feel like I should know who he is, but don't for some reason. I'm not very up on pop-culture.
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)03:20 No.5003263
    100% real. You can find it if you look.
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)03:21 No.5003265
    Power Level X--he's a plot device
    >> TheDaringKobold !KVaqQ0CI3E 06/26/09(Fri)03:22 No.5003280
    I'd say epic level bard/ fighter.
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)03:32 No.5003364
    Here is some more info

    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)03:46 No.5003480
    10 STR, 10 DEX, 14 CON, 16 INT, 14 WIS, 20 CHA
    Level 16 Human Rogue
    Skill points heavily invested in:
    Bluff, Balance, Climb, Diplomacy, Gather Information, Intimidate, Knowledge (Local), Listen, Perform (Use your imagination...), Search, Sense Motive, Spot.
    Jack of All Trades, Persuasive, Investigator, Alertness, Weapon Focus (Rapier), Combat Expertise, Improved Feint.
    Special Abilities: Slippery Mind, Opportunist, Improved Evasion.
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)03:47 No.5003497
    OP here.

    I now ask, /tg/, are there equivalents to him/incarnations in your fictional world of choice?
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)03:48 No.5003505
    He can speak French...

    in Russian.
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)03:49 No.5003511
    Yeah, The Doctor.
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)03:49 No.5003513
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    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)04:01 No.5003610
    Stats are all set at max.
    He always gets a natural twenty on any roll
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)04:02 No.5003616
    He can dominate himself.
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)04:06 No.5003642
    He thought a German Shepard to bark in Spanish
    >> Reasonable Commissar !3GqYIJ3Obs 06/26/09(Fri)04:12 No.5003678
    Whenever he rolls a natural 1, the die apologizes, and asks the DM if it can try again.

    Even DMPCs willingly yield to his judgment.

    The Tarrasque has to cast a WISH spell to keep him dead.

    He knows the technique to moving an Immovable Rod.

    He once rolled a natural 20, with a natural 1.

    His character sheets are considered holy relics by most major religions.

    He knows the secret behind the half-dwarf.

    DMs don't even bother with a screen in his presence. They actually want him to sneak a peek at their work, in the hopes that he will improve it.
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)04:12 No.5003684
    >He thought a German Shepard to bark in Spanish

    I'm not sure if this is a typo or another manifestation of his awesomeness.
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)04:14 No.5003700
    He's the only living man with a ghost.
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)04:15 No.5003709
    He knows Marc Lecointe.

    Very well, in fact.

    Marc Lecointe is his son.
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)04:17 No.5003737
    I decided to create a Bard to be a major NPC for a campaign I'm currently running based on The Most Interesting Man In The World because of this thread. He rolled the following for stats: 15, 15, 15, 15, 13, 17.
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)04:19 No.5003745
    He can sign autographs in sign language.
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)04:20 No.5003758
    How the fuck is that even possible?
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)04:21 No.5003769

    No I did not make him.
    >> Reasonable Commissar !3GqYIJ3Obs 06/26/09(Fri)04:23 No.5003794
    I'm just gonna keep this train wreck going...

    He can make Incarnum awesome.

    He remembers the rules for grappling.

    Someone once asked him to play in a "realistic" game. There were no survivors.

    His plans actually work.

    DMs don't railroad him. He railroads DMs.

    While playing a paladin, he murdered seventeen people, set an orphanage on fire, and kicked a dog--all without falling.

    "I don't always play RPGs, but when I do, I prefer (insert name of your favorite system here). Keep rolling, /tg/."
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)04:25 No.5003808

    that made my day
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)04:27 No.5003821
    My next traveler character will be based on him.
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)04:27 No.5003822
    He once built an orphanage with the spare tomes of 'To Kill a Mockingbird' from a library
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)04:28 No.5003833
    The God emperor of man got off his golden throne so he could sit.

    He can use the stack for combat damage under M10 rules, when a player complained, the judge dq'd him without prize for unsportsmanship.

    Ebay attempted to auction a hair of his beard once, site crashed due to too many bids. It was never attempted again.

    Nobody has ever made a dice tower when he DM's
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)04:30 No.5003847
    Some of these are terrible. He is not meant to be a force of destruction, he's just the most interesting man in the world.

    He once ran a game of old World of Darkness crunch with new World of Darkness fluff, with LARPing. His players claim that it was the most incredible experience of their lives.
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)04:33 No.5003875
    >He once ran a game of old World of Darkness crunch with new World of Darkness fluff, with LARPing. His players claim that it was the most incredible experience of their lives.

    I think my brain just melted a bit.
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)04:36 No.5003896
    Yeah, he'll do that
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)04:37 No.5003902
    Whenever his dorfs become possessed, they wish only to make golden statues of him, which menace not with spikes of obsidian, but with his intoxicating musk.

    He once canceled a D&D game with two weeks' notice, but only so he could save a child from a burning building.

    He has a 16mm d20 made from a meteorite that landed in his pool. The rest of the dice in that set are carved from the six meteorites that landed in his hot tub several minutes later.

    He knows who is bloodied, who is stunned, who has combat advantage, and who is marked at all times. He knows even more about the game he is actually playing.

    He is the most interesting man in the world.
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)04:44 No.5003962
    If you use this guy in a game expect to hear cries of "Gary Stu!" from the ignorant masses.
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)04:45 No.5003968
    But he's just so...
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)04:45 No.5003970
    Munchkins ask him about proper builds.
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)04:47 No.5003987
    His backstory alone contains more information than the rulebooks and monster manual combined, and can replace such. The inverse does not apply.
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)04:49 No.5004004
    I think we found one of the Emperor's more interesting forms.
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)04:51 No.5004016
    Kord borrows his thunder whenever he runs out.

    When he walks amongst Orks, they simply acknowledge him as Da Biggest, without any fuss or hesitation. Once he's gone, they recall him fondly during quiet moments.

    He can extract a man's brain from his skull faster than any Illithid, but chooses not to because he doesn't want to humiliate them.

    There are at least three paladins who claim him as their god. He has neither confirmed nor denied these claims, but his autograph is clearly visible on their shields.

    Though the hands are named for Bigby, they are unmistakably based on his own.

    He is the most interesting man in the world.
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)04:51 No.5004018
    I once waited at a bus stop with only just enough quarters, but a passerby bumped my shoulder and I dropped them into a storm drain. Just when I thought my day was ruined a man appeared and handed me two coins. He simply smiled and walked away. When I opened my palm they were both ancient Assyrian currency. Each looking as if they were minted yesterday and worth a small fortune to any museum world. He was the most interesting man in the world.
    >> Cegorach 06/26/09(Fri)04:54 No.5004042
    Obviously freshly minted coins of ancient pattern are not worth shit.
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)04:56 No.5004053
    You imply he isn't timeless...
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)04:59 No.5004082
    All his defenses are perfect, just like his beard.
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)04:59 No.5004090

    This is the only good set of items in the thread.
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)05:00 No.5004099
    Fuck you, I liked my meteorite one.
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)05:02 No.5004113
    Stats in Wushu (that are, obviously, higher than normal point buy):

    5d6 Awesome
    5d6 Manly
    5d6 Interesting

    Weakness: Corporate Shill 1d6
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)05:03 No.5004121
    He is saying that the coins are indeed ancient, however they are in such fine condition that they may as well have been minted yesterday.
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)05:03 No.5004123

    But that could happen to anyone. It's not about him being interesting in a Pulpy Hemingway sort of style.
    >> Cegorach 06/26/09(Fri)05:03 No.5004124
    I imply that pricing policies to not account for possibility of immortality and/or time travel :)
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)05:05 No.5004148
    Except, of course, he caught them, with his bare hands.
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)05:05 No.5004150
    It is not a typo. He is telepathically able to communicate with animals. Also with several species of root vegetable and at least six different kinds of sedimentary and igneous rock.

    All of these obey his commends without hesitation.
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)05:05 No.5004151
    ITT Dos Equis viral marketing.
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)05:07 No.5004167

    Actually, the one about marked/bloodied/whatever was pretty good, because it had a nice little twist that gives it the same feeling as the commercials.
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)05:08 No.5004176
    When he smiles the shine from his teeth can blind the unwary
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)05:08 No.5004178
    Oh man, another SO GAR thread. These stopped being good after Marc Lecointe.
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)05:10 No.5004191
    Actually, no. The odds of that happening to anyone are astronomically small.

    I suppose if he had been hit by all of them that would be even more interesting, since only one person in recorded history has ever actually been directly struck by a meteorite.
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)05:12 No.5004212

    Did you read the whole post?

    Winning the lottery a million times doesn't make you The Most Interesting Man in the World, it makes you a lucky dude with a cool story.

    He is TMIMitW because he does amazing shit.
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)05:16 No.5004257
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)05:16 No.5004258
    His cereal never gets soggy, you know. It stays crispy, just for him.

    Do you somehow think that the meteorites are not similarly influenced by him? Just one meteorite in his pool, that's random but it happens. Six meteorites falling simultaneously into a hot tub? That does not happen. Not unless you're the most interesting man in the world.
    >> !i2InmLMgFY 06/26/09(Fri)05:18 No.5004276
    Man, I wish I was that interesting.
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)05:21 No.5004298
    He shot them out of the sky.
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)05:24 No.5004335
    No. He simply wanted a set of meteorite dice but he didn't want to pay $1800 for it. He went outside to contemplate his dilemma and instantly it was solved.

    His pool and hot tub were not harmed by the falling rocks. Neither were the people occupying them at the time.
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)05:25 No.5004341
    By glaring at them in severe disapproval.
    >> Dudeman !unnzV56QdA 06/26/09(Fri)05:27 No.5004357
    So this is just rebranded Chuck Norris jokes? Oh boy.
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)05:28 No.5004370
    You're about 50 posts and three hours too late for such a comment.
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)05:28 No.5004371
    >> ADS !!aMoNhJkqFfV 06/26/09(Fri)05:49 No.5004543
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    norris jokes were just bill brasky jokes
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)06:12 No.5004769
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    He once had sex with a lady near a truck. Accidentally, some of his sperm went into the truck's gas tank.

    From that day on, the truck is known to mankind as Optimus Prime.
    >> Dudeman !unnzV56QdA 06/26/09(Fri)06:14 No.5004783
    Real men don't read the threads they post in.

    ...which means I'm now a woman. Damn it.
    >> Commoner 06/26/09(Fri)06:14 No.5004785
    Str: 10
    Dex: 8
    Con: 10
    Int: 13
    Wis: 10
    Cha: 50

    There ya go
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)06:15 No.5004793
    Have you not seen the commercials?
    >> Dudeman !unnzV56QdA 06/26/09(Fri)06:16 No.5004801

    Clearly you don't know whom you're dealing with.
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)06:20 No.5004836
    That's what this thread turned it into. But the commercials are funny because the feats attributed to him are outrageously believable, not unbelievably outrageous.
    >> Dudeman !unnzV56QdA 06/26/09(Fri)06:22 No.5004855
    I like the commercials, but Chuck Norris.
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)06:32 No.5004915
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)06:38 No.5004947
    The thing I love, is I have seen thier site, and it's a giant piece of crap. Honestly, I would take 4chan anyday.
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)06:40 No.5004968
    Why do you think they desperately botspam for attention and visitors?
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)06:44 No.5004993
    honestly? I think even if no one came to that site the owner would still be spewing hate at 4chan because he's a fucking retarded child
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)06:46 No.5005006
    >he's a fucking retarded child
    Which would explain why their site is a giant piece of shit.
    >> GURPSfag 06/26/09(Fri)06:46 No.5005015

    >>Then remove 4chan from your bookmarks.

    I have a 4chan bar at the top of my computer, bitch. Your request is invalid.
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)06:53 No.5005066
    He could have more than (3 + His Level) skill ranks in a skill, he simply decides not too because that would be crass and arrogant.

    He is The Most Interesting Man In The World.
    >> aero zeppelin 06/26/09(Fri)06:55 No.5005074
    it's an unwinnable war, we ddos them, they ddos us, it ends with a bunch of sad tards.
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)07:00 No.5005099
    AnonTalk is full of viruses.

    That's where all the AnonTalk spam comes from. Retards that went to AnonTalk and brought viruses back.
    >> aero zeppelin 06/26/09(Fri)07:01 No.5005107
    Everyone knows this already, dude.
    >> Stranger 06/26/09(Fri)12:49 No.5007069
    I'm liking some of these, but, yeah, just rebranding chuck norris jokes doesn't cut it. It's obvious he's not meant to be the murder machine that Chuck Norris, or /co/'s beloved Wang Fire, is known to be. Feats of cunning and charisma are more his thing, with a few feats of strength and such thrown in. He's more a Mork to Chuck Norris' Gork, to put it most simply.
    >> Anonymous 06/26/09(Fri)13:03 No.5007180

    Whatever color he paints it, it just goes faster.

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