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    20 KB Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)03:24 No.8909497  
    Hey there, /tg/. Some of you might remember Planescape Magical Faction Girls, a silly Planescape campaign idea proposed last April 1 which actually ended up being ran.

    Well, I posted a few threads on it (search for magical girls on suptg) but I haven't made many for a few months and I've been asked how it's been going a few times, so now that it has been a year I thought I would post another update thread.

    Pretty good timing. We just finished running the entire Great Modron March campaign, though I ended up making a lot of changes (including replacing some adventures entirely). In the last year we've run 41 sessions on suptg - 1-39 what we consider to be "Season 1", which covers the March, and Season 2 just started with a different campaign. If things go well I might run even more Planescape modules, maybe even Faction War if I can think of a way of working it in.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)03:25 No.8909505
    This sounds like faggotry of the highest degree. Maybe you should tell us how gay it got. Is there lots of LESBIAN SEXUAL TENSION? I could imagine that.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)03:36 No.8909682
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    Go away Bleaker-tan!


    Summary of the game so far (reposting a better description):

    The PCs are members of a group of magical girls representing the factions - specifically Bleaker-tan, Godsmen-tan, Sensate-tan and Revolutionary-tan. When they are not hanging out at their "base", Fell's Ice Cream Parlor, they work with the other -tans to fight threats to Sigil, which mostly involves travelling the planes and talking to people and/or firing lasers at them.

    The basic story of the Great Modron March adventure is that the March itself happens years early for no reason, and the PCs are caught up in it as it circles the planes causing havoc. The March almost tramples a town on Celestia, gets up to a lot of accidental mischief on the Beastlands, struggles through Limbo, etc.

    On the way the PCs mostly dealt with the Tacharim (an evil sect that wants to capture modrons and learn how to graft modron parts to regular bashers) and got caught up in adventures involving the other -tans on the side, generally the planar -tans like Baator-tan and Beastlands-tan.

    In the end the real villain turned out to have been Valrin Mithir, some guy from the Brotherhood of Belief (http://www.mimir.net/sects/belief.shtml), who had turned up in a pre-March adventure about Harmonium training camps and had been using the power of belief to create a Unity-of-Rings-tan and make it work for him. There was a boss battle on top of a floating rock plane shifting around the Great Ring and they also ended up riding dinosaurs while shooting magical girl beams at each other. It was pretty fun.

    There were also some holiday special sessions for Christmas and Valentine's Day and I am probably going to do one for Easter before starting the next campaign.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)03:37 No.8909693
    I remember this and approve.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)03:38 No.8909715
    God, not this shit. I figured you guys got some dignity and abandoned the campaign.
    >> Bleaker-tan's Player 04/01/10(Thu)03:42 No.8909768

    You would be amazed how fun it's been. Way more entertaining than any other game I've ever been in. Beats Star Wars, WFRP, D&D, all of it.

    There's been a bit of moe and adorable stuff in there, but also a bunch of pretty serious business.

    And despite all suggestions to the opposite: It's still completely not-creepy.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)03:52 No.8909927
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    It's on suptg if you want to check it out sometime, or troll or whatever.

    We are probably running Dead Gods next but I'm not sure right now.
    >> Totally Not Godsman-tan 04/01/10(Thu)03:54 No.8909968

    >> Bleaker-tan's Player 04/01/10(Thu)03:57 No.8909999

    Stop fighting, you two! D:
    >> Totally Not Godsman-tan 04/01/10(Thu)03:59 No.8910038

    I created the Multiverse Crossing Communications Array With Easy Access And Availability To All Whom Choose (Now With Extended Usefulness With The Application Of Picture Options), and I can use it to insult

    I mean

    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)04:55 No.8910619
    Infodump about -tans since I was asked:

    Athar-tan: Adie Dawkins (NG aasimar), a bookish Athar who gets upset when you remind her that her dad is a god who is sure being an Athar is just a rebellious phase she is going through as a teenager.

    Doomguard-tan: Sandy (CG human), a very spiritual cleric-like Sinker who takes the "long-term" view that acts of creation will eventually help entropy along (currently unpopular in the faction), good friends with Revolutionary-tan.

    Dustmen-tan: Radia Summer (TN crow tengu), who sees the True Death as a sort of nirvana and pretty much acts like a Shaolin monk, though most of those don't actually kick people through walls.

    Fated-tan: Jacqueline Andrea Ryan (LN half-gold dragon), who is obsessed with bling and hires some of the other -tans to work part-time at lemonade stands and such for her.

    Guvner-tan: Sami Pythagora (LG human), probably the token moe, thinks mathematics is "really neat!" and secretly writes fanfiction of the Harry Guvner series.

    Indep-tan: Henrietta Winkler (CG human), an older girl who pretends to be a delinquent so people will leave her alone and works in a maid cafe. Hasn't shown up that much.

    Harmonium-tan: Aribeth de Tylmarande (LG prime elf (Faerun)), a clumsy elf paladin of Tyr who often has trouble when she appears since one of the PCs is Revolutionary-tan; she means well, though.

    Mercykiller-tan: Actually two human sisters, Alexandra (LG) and Alyssandra (LE) Enoreth. Alex holds kinder views more in line with the Sons of Mercy who co-founded the Mercykillers, so she is known as Son-tan; Alyssandra (aka Sod-tan) is more of a Sodkiller and also a barmy killer. At the end of the Great Modron March it was revealed that Alyssandra is actually a split personality of Alex.
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    Signer-tan: Rene Cartesia (CG tiefling), who was born in Hopeless and has so many fiends in her ancestry that she looks like she has parts for all of them. With the power of IMAGINATION she can reshape her body to any tiefling or fiend-like shape, including turning into a marilith when she is pissed.

    Cipher-tan: Sakura (CN human), a fiend-hunting ninja who fights with a katana. Hates fiends and is distrustful of tieflings for no reason. Was sent to represent the Transcendent Order by the tiefling factol Rhys after Sakura wouldn't stop spying on her in case she was up to something.

    Xaositect-tan: Katy Sardine (CN... humanoid), who likes shouting "DOOM!" and throwing penguins and kittens at people. While other Xaositects have the strange power to know where lost things are, Katy can unhinge her jaw and pull them out of her mouth. Likes pretending to be things, like a modron and a prison door - and for some reason people believe her.


    Godsmen-tan: Minorin Kawashiro (NG human), usually a pretty and cheerful girl who works many part-time jobs to prove her worth. Has built mechanical arms into her backpack which forge items for her as needed for the party. Sometimes acts like a mad scientist.

    Bleaker-tan: Oresta Typhon (CG human). Bleakers say there's no meaning to the multiverse except what you find within yourself; Oresta looked inside herself and saw niceness. She is happy and cheerful and naive and punches people really hard once she figures out when they are being dicks.

    Revolutionary-tan: Kunin Ropokin (CG half-elf), who is a pretty typical not-too-violent Anarchist. Having an openly Anarchist PC in the party makes things fun. Somehow she is highly respected by many of the lawful -tans even though she annoys the hell out of them.

    Sensate-tan: Lagina 38616 (CG tiefling), an orphan raised by a modron. Kind of weird, really likes cake, and usually the closest thing approaching a voice of reason in the group.
    >> Bleaker-tan's Player 04/01/10(Thu)05:05 No.8910728

    May want to point out that Oresta's really not very sharp. She's made friends with Gehenna-tan and Baator-tan, insisting that both of them are really nice people! I mean, Baator-tan wouldn't CALL herself a friend of Oresta's if she wasn't, right?

    May have been part of Baator-tan needing emergency medical assistance after they made her heart grow three sizes.

    Also refused to accept that Pandemonium-tan might have HATED her when she tried to bite out her throat(she was crazy for a while).
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)05:43 No.8911105
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    Oh right, planes.

    Not all the Outer Plane-tans have appeared, but those that have made more than a brief appearance:

    Mechanus-tan: Syra Archomeda (LN/human/Fraternity of Order), used to be Guvner-tan before she grew up and became obsessed with Mechanus.

    Celestia-tan: Liberty (LG/tiefling/Order of Planes-Militant), a tiefling who thought she was hideous and covered up in armour and robes before the PCs came along and it turned out (obviously) that she was really, really good-looking. Another well-meaning paladin but a little less restricted than, say, Aribeth.

    Elysium-tan: Real name unknown (NG/aasimar), older lady, spends her time getting drunk and relaxing. One of the strongest magical girls if she's convinced to act, though.

    Beastlands-tan: (NG/?/Verdant Guild), one of the Animal Lords of the Beastlands. Specifically she is the Cow Lord and spends her time lazing around a giant barn.

    Pandemonium-tan: Used to be a barmy girl in a straightjacket who would attack with a sonic scream and energy knives before Bleaker-tan found out she used to be a Bleaker and went on a quest to restore her mind, which turned her back into Stephanie Pandeaux (NG/planar human (Ortho)/Bleak Cabal) and kind of got her fired. The "new girl" hasn't been met yet.

    Abyss-tan: Used to be Abby Heart, a succubus, until she fell in love with a paladin NPC and appealed to the PCs for help. Was eventually kicked out of the Abyss for basically being the worst tanar'ri ever, is now an airheaded classmate of the others. The PCs sabotaged a tanar'ri effort to create a new Abyss-tan in the Fleshforges by filling the forge with chocolates and love.

    Carceri-tan: An NE half-tarterian dragon. Name and origin unknown, but the PCs have taken a shine to her for some reason. Tried to force everyone to stay in her tower and hang out with her forever when they passed by while investigating the March, though obviously that didn't go well.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)05:45 No.8911121
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    Gehenna-tan: Mei Lin (NE/tiefling (mantis demon)/Society of Pain), who was found at a slave auction for mysterious reasons and was purchased by Bleaker-tan (who thought it was a place where you buy new friends). Mei Lin mostly sits around Bleaker-tan's house taking advantage of her hospitality, eating her food, and creeping the others out by suggesting she would eat their flesh if given the chance.

    Baator-tan: Cupcake (LE/aasimar/Merkhants), who used to live on Celestia but ran away as a child after excessive bullying caused by her adorable name. Grew up to be a scheming witch, though the PCs managed to make her at least a little nicer during a Christmas special where they also accidentally caused her heart to grow three sizes. Then she disappeared for a couple months while she was rushed to a hospital.

    Acheron-tan: Katsumi (LN/crow tengu), who really likes war games. When circumstances forced her to ally with the PCs she would keep rolling dice to see what would happen next. Kind of the token neckbeard.
    There are some other NPCs, but they're mostly not important. I've also used most of the NPCs from the adventure modules I've run, but damn, there are a lot of them. Especially when you open up other Planescape books that just provide background info on the setting and find lots of "example NPCs" directly related to the adventure you're running scattered around the book. Then there's that one book that has nothing but NPCs...

    I also had one appearance by the Lady, but that was just to maze a bad guy at the end of a campaign before he blew up most of Sigil.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)05:47 No.8911131
    >I also had one appearance by the Lady, but that was just to maze a bad guy at the end of a campaign before he blew up most of Sigil.

    Oh wow, talk about Deus Ex Machina
    >> Bleaker-tan's Player 04/01/10(Thu)05:54 No.8911177

    Nah, it was actually a supreme freakout. We thought we'd won the fight and were home clear, when the villain suddenly walks up behind us and goes: "Yeah, good thing you survived, RIGHT? BWAHAHAHAHA!"

    We bounce a couple of attacks off him, turns out they're doing JACK SHIT. Then just before he shithammers us, the Lady shows up and deals with him.

    Didn't feel like DEM or DMPC bullshit at all. It was pretty well done.

    Reminds me, MR DM PERSON, tell them about the fucking Polybolt. Goddammit.
    >> Bleaker-tan's Player 04/01/10(Thu)06:04 No.8911276

    Okay so my GM just told me to "tell my own damn story." It is, in fact, incredible.

    Now, back in... session... 5 or so, one of the players bounced a shot off one of the others in a fit of inter-party fighting. A polymorph bolt, it literally bounced, went flying and our GM told us it'd "go have wacky adventures and then touch down where the plot demanded it."

    We figured that meant maybe it'd do something later in the session.

    No such thing. So we forget about it.

    Session 39, AGES later, we're about to deliver the FINAL BLOW to knock out one of our old friends who's been converted into a MEGABOSS by Valrin Mithir.

    <GM> >> "You see a glow in the sky." [FLASHBACK]

    He then copy-pastes the scene where the bolt bounced, describes its wild and dancing trip across the planes as it waxes and wanes in power, boosted by some locations, drained by others and then comes back, right back... to hit the boss in the face.


    For double awesome, we had basically returned to where we were when the bolt first bounced, at least the same plane. Fucking Unity of Rings!
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)06:40 No.8911603
    This is like a bunch of guys playing Maid-RPG except no one's cybering.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)06:43 No.8911634
    No, I mean, that's the literal definition of Deus Ex Machina.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)06:45 No.8911640

    An awesome one?
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)06:45 No.8911643

    It would be except the Lady's not a deity. And if you suggest otherwise you're gonna get swordfucked.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)06:45 No.8911645
    What the heck kind of MaidRPG are YOU playing?!
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)06:48 No.8911666

    One where the maids cyber, obviously.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)06:51 No.8911684
    This sounds awesome.

    I wish I knew more GMs willing to run unusual stuff.

    Got any spaces for the next campaign?
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)06:51 No.8911685
    I feel bad. Noone even wants to troll this thread, that's how pathetic this campaign idea is.
    Let me think of a pity troll post, brb.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)06:52 No.8911691
    Of course she's a deity, derpface. She's just not a Power.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)06:57 No.8911725

    Powers are deities, those two things are synonyms.


    If it's MaidRPG or Exalted, you'll have a hard time convincing me half the players aren't jerking off to each other during the sessions.
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    Most Exalted campaigns are so awesome that if you're not jerking off you're doing this.

    Also, other players will probably jerk it for you.
    At least, that's my experience.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)07:01 No.8911757

    Most of them read like bad fanfiction, boring fantasy-fulfillment crap. You start out with so much power there's really nothing interesting to fight for and it generally sounds like the ST's are completely unwilling to challenge their players or let them be defeated.

    What's the point of power if you haven't EARNED it?

    And they'll only give you a handjob if you're a girl.
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    Maybe we're just having a difference in players.

    My party members always jerk it for me.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)07:05 No.8911797

    Sounds like you've seen some shitty ass ST's in action.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)07:05 No.8911802
    Nah, there's a billion and one things that could be considered deities, but Powers is a very specific term.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)07:08 No.8911825
    You don't start with much power at all in Exalted, 99% of chars (even of solar combat builds) will still die to a half dozen mortals with good gear, and there will still always be some 80+ beings that will be ALWAYS better than you, and another 700+ beings that will ALWAYS be as awesome as you, so Exalted isn't all that.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)07:11 No.8911847

    You're still handed 90% of the world on a platter without having to fight for it or roleplay it, and I've yet to see someone who actually designed their character as someone who used to be a mortal, who had skills that'd work as a mortal. They all design their characters like they were always Exalts.

    I've honestly never seen a game with worse powergamers among the fanbase.

    The game itself is fine(largely, it still has some incredibly retarded parts), but the players and ST's are the worst goddamn people I know. I'd rather be playing with the autists who like FATAL.


    Alright, enlighten me, hammerfucker.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)07:14 No.8911857
    Considering 6-10 mortals with sledgehammers or crossbows will wreck your shit at start, you aren't so much handed the world on a silver platter and are more given a fluff reason why you're PC tier now.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)07:18 No.8911889
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    OP here, back for a bit.


    No idea. Probably not, if only because I have a habit of being a little peery about inviting new people. I have had mixed results, you could say.

    However, if you defeat one of my players in mortal combat, a spot is guaranteed. It is a little rule I laid down back in 3.0 to keep things fresh.

    If you want to watch, we are on suptg's IRC server at xen.thisisnotatrueending.com #ettin. The game is on Saturday nights but feel free to pop in and say hi or something.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)07:26 No.8911950

    ...what Exalted have you been playing? The main reason I dislike it is precisely because for all its promises of power, characters in Exalted are made of fucking *glass*. A good couple slams to the face by a pair of Dragonbloods, and bam, new sheet, fucker, because there's no resurrection in this game. THAT's my beef with the system. I'd never have imagined some people would be complaining that "it has no challenge, you can't die".
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)07:26 No.8911951
    But the only new player you've even invitied into the game has been m- oh ;_;
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    I mean in general!

    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)07:30 No.8911977

    I've never heard of any Exalted character dying, ever. Only stories of "OH YEAH AND THEN WE THREW SOMETHING *EVEN BIGGER* AT HIM!!!!!"



    Oh, wait, totally forgot. Since we got Fair Folk, Infernals and Abyssals there's also been: "A 15-year-old's concept of eeeeeeevil which is to say it's like a Spawn comic with more sex."

    I agree with you in principle, the Exalts should be terrified. They're newly incarnated, there are many older, wiser and more crazy Exalts around than them. The Wyld Hunt is going to be on their ass if they don't watch what they do. They need to be subtle, know when to bust out their power, know when to hide it, know when to take a few lumps and pretend to be weak. Be creative with their charms, think, rely on good ideas rather than tons of dice.

    But... I just never see, or hear about, that in any games, ever. If I did, I might actually forgive the rancid system and give it another shot but... it just doesn't seem to exist in any parts of the fandom I've encountered.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)07:31 No.8911987

    Oh boy, the GM found another anime girl picture. What NPC will this be?
    >> Professor Stein !!f4R/6xhXtMZ 04/01/10(Thu)07:34 No.8912013
    They're bad players. My entire group has huge focus on life before exaltation, me especially.

    Though, I deconstructed Solars entirely for my Zenith. He can't remember past lives, is very new and has no idea what it means to be a Solar. He's still mortal in mindset, and just wants to be the altruistic ruler/hero people need. Also compassion 4.

    Feels good man
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)07:35 No.8912020

    Well, I can tell you of an Exalted character dying. My first one, to be more exact. Twilight Sorcerer. Got ganked by two Air Aspect Dragonbloods after the Zenith's shenanigans attracted a bit too much attention - but Zenith dude had huge Soak and Resistance charms... and I didn't. I lasted two actions. Most fucking ignominious death in my whole RP life.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)07:37 No.8912035

    That would be what canon villains are for, yeah. Contrast with Deathlords, who I sure as fuck have never seen beaten up on /tg/ or anywhere else.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)07:39 No.8912051

    See? I'd LIKE that, he sounds like someone who makes his own destiny, not like a fanfiction insert who's gotten a huge big pile of shit lined up for him which he couldn't avoid accomplishing if he TRIED.

    But, you know, I guess it's my own fault. The Exalted players I'm comparing with are a split between The Freedom Stone-posters who write porn about their characters, people who watch too much anime and guys who, and I quote, "find it distasteful if there's someone in the setting they can't fight and kill."

    I couldn't even play with them if I wanted to, because without powergaming like a motherfucker, I'd never fit any challenge that'd fit them.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)07:41 No.8912068

    I honestly just find it kind of masturbatory when someone cleans up EVERY FUCKING CANON VILLAIN and major canon problem. Because these guys have been challenged dozens of times before, they've survived hundreds of efforts to kill them they are OLD AND WISE LIKE NO OTHER MOTHERFUCKERS... and then this bunch of jackasses just waltz in and murder them with a pile of dice.

    Taking down even ONE canon villain should be the focus of an entire campaign. Two should be the stuff of legends. Any more and you're writing a fanfic.
    >> Professor Stein !!f4R/6xhXtMZ 04/01/10(Thu)07:45 No.8912099
    IRC games for exalted are much, MUCH better than any real life games. There's room to be creative, it's realtime, and you only know the people as ideas.

    We have a slightly bitchy lunar with NO war form, who "Leads" the party, and generally handles negotiations. She's quiet, but the RPer is a fucking god.

    The Solar who enjoys crafting a bit too much, who's main motivation is that he is the charge of a heroic mortal, and we're figuring out that he basically gave up making awesome shit just to be more humanesque and protect the guy.

    The Sidereal master planner, who while not all that great of a character will fit in well with the group because she has good socials and isn't a fucking idiot.

    The Infernal who likes hitting things, and actually tackles his shit and deals with consequences.

    And the Abyssal, who's split between making an army, or redeeming himself. Isn't played emo at all, more like a general who'd rape your shit.

    Some others, too. The gist is that it really depends on your group. Our ST is high lord of all that exists, when it comes to plots. Just recently we wrapped up about an 8 month plotline where at the end we slayed an infernal villain, leading into another villain. With great deals of out of combat stuff.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)07:47 No.8912121

    I AM talking about IRC Exalted.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)07:47 No.8912123
    >Taking down even ONE canon villain should be the focus of an entire campaign.

    Uh, no. A canon villain is merely a villain who exists in canon. (That was hard, wasn't it?)

    Any non canon deathlord, for instance, is going to be somewhere like 100,000 times as difficult to take down as a canon villain like Rakshi (who is just an ordinary lunar + babyeating), who can in turn enslave any number of second circle demon lords, who are themselves, yup, you guessed it, canon villains.

    Either way, you're mistaken. There are cases of exalt PCs saving the day, but the big boy threats in Exalted are so fucking powerful and ridiculous that dealing with ALL of them is less like gaming and more like doing taxes... and you will see more posts involving "and then we killed the Lady of Pain" than "and then we killed X Deathlord"
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)07:52 No.8912154

    At least our Exalted players all ran off and formed their own little clique that rarely ever interacts with the rest of the server(and then only in the form of hilarious fucking drama: "OH GOD SOMEONE IS SPYING ON OUR PRIVATE GAMES!!!!" reported to the ops) because they couldn't handle criticism or people who said it was a bit worrying when you spent hours debating pregnancy Charms.
    >> Professor Stein !!f4R/6xhXtMZ 04/01/10(Thu)07:55 No.8912175
    I'm really sorry you have to deal with that shit. Is it suptg? That network isn't very good at all, I'm just saying. Also my group might argue a lot, but we have never even discussed pregnancy charms. The only sex aspected character is the Sidereal, and it's not in your face.

    Anyways, real players value RP over the mechanics of Exalted. It has interesting lore and a really interesting world in my opinion, which breeds good RP. It helps that the people who play it also play in other RPs. Varying from Fantasycraft(I just learned this system. It's so fucking cool) to D&D(2E. Admittedly we hate 4E usually) to freeform.
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    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)07:58 No.8912192

    Not the guy you're talking too, but there are Some good bits of sup/tg/. The main channel is terrible, and most of the channels are bad, but there are one or two hidden gems.

    Still, I wish I knew of anywhere better.
    >> Professor Stein !!f4R/6xhXtMZ 04/01/10(Thu)08:01 No.8912208
    Mrh. Drop me an email. Same to the other guy. The network i'm on is SORT of like that as well. The main channel is absolutely shit and full of idiots. It's when you get into the specific channels that you find the gems hidden. I'll talk to the owner in the morning, since I recruited a guy from here ages ago and he runs a Vampire: The Masquerade game for us now.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)08:01 No.8912209

    The main channel is largely alright when one of the few ops who try to clean it up is present, really the only shitpits are the Dark Heresy players and the Exalted players. Everyone else is, by and large, fine.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)08:04 No.8912228

    Gotta disagree there, I find that Exalted is actively detrimental to roleplaying, systemically. Firstly, the whole personality system restricts what sort of character you can make. Secondly, the fact that you are kind of crippled unless you specialize heavily, means that a lot of character concepts just aren't viable. And thirdly, I find that the combat mechanics are kind of detrimental to the sort of "EPIC BADASS STUNTS" Exalted seems to pride itself on.

    Just a bit too autistic, detailed and mechanically driven for my tastes.

    Plus, there's nothing so unique about the system that you couldn't recreate it in a generic like BESM and make it faster, better, easier with one or two minor custom rules.


    It's appreciated, but being present on two networks at once is already enough for me. Besides, as shit as SupTG is at times, I do mostly like the place. Some of us try to keep it clean.
    >> Professor Stein !!f4R/6xhXtMZ 04/01/10(Thu)08:04 No.8912229
    It's mechanically shit. The network is on ancient as fuck tech in all. The IRCd is old as balls, the services are shit too.

    Also inferior rolling bot. Incoming lines.

    [06:02:56] (Allen) <=Scene=> This function sets scenes, without showing your name, instead "Scene" (Mine is shown so I know who does what)
    [06:03:28] (Allen) * This emulates another character action, an NPC usually. Or a PC who doesn't want to change nickname.
    [06:03:41] (Allen) * [NPC] This emulates another character action, an NPC usually. Or a PC who doesn't want to change nickname.
    [06:03:50] (Allen) <[NPC]> This emulates another character talking, an NPC usually. Or a PC who doesn't want to change nickname.
    [06:04:06] <@Allen> #roll WoD 10 10
    [06:04:06] <=Roll=> <World of Darkness roll for Allen [Dice: 10, Diff: 10]>
    [06:04:06] <=Roll=> <3 2 1 6 1 10 1 4 9 8>
    [06:04:06] <=Roll=> <BOTCHED ROLL! Botches: 2>
    [06:04:15] <@Allen> #roll exalted 10 10
    [06:04:15] <=Roll=> <Exalted roll for Allen [Dice: 10]> 10
    [06:04:15] <=Roll=> <4 9 10 3 3 3 7 1 9 9>
    [06:04:15] <=Roll=> <Successes: 6>
    [06:04:23] <@Allen> #roll 20d10
    [06:04:24] <=Roll=> <Results for Allen [20d10]: 108>
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)08:05 No.8912236

    What server is this?
    >> Professor Stein !!f4R/6xhXtMZ 04/01/10(Thu)08:06 No.8912239
    I see. Well, The best of luck to you anyways, friend.
    >> Professor Stein !!f4R/6xhXtMZ 04/01/10(Thu)08:07 No.8912249
    Email me at the email given before, I'll make sure it's okay to tell people and then email you. It's a decently small community.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)08:07 No.8912250
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    Factol Hashkar looked up from his desk at the smiling tiefling in front of him. She was wrapped in sensible robes because she was a Guvner and not a slut, but Hashkar would hear that she was considered to be stunning by many humanoids a few weeks later. He would immediately forget about this unimportant knowledge.

    "Yes?" he asked. The tiefling placed a fifty-page thesis on his desk. "I just made major progress on the Fermistadt portal equation!"

    That was the closest Hashkar came to an erection that decade. He did not feel ashamed.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)08:08 No.8912264
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    Ooh, I see.

    Actually, I was just misreading your post. I thought you were saying that was supTG's dicebot, which I thought was kind of weird.

    >> Professor Stein !!f4R/6xhXtMZ 04/01/10(Thu)08:09 No.8912268
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)08:09 No.8912277
    >Firstly, the whole personality system restricts what sort of character you can make

    That has always been a bit of a beef with me when it comes to Exalted, too. You have to spend a very nontrivial amount of points to make a character who is very brave and ALSO capable of keeping it inside his pants (because raising both Valor and Temperance is expensive). Character personality being quantified has never sat too alright with me. Social Combat has also always been a bit annoying. Stats telling me whether I want to do something or not are annoying - yes, sometimes you want to do shit but can't. But at least the player should be in total control of what the character wants - it's *his* character, after all. But no, a couple scenes of social combat, and wave goodbye to your Intimacy.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)08:15 No.8912322

    Mhm, I had a tangle with that in one of my few experiences with Exalted gameplay. Basically, because my GM wasn't clever about assigning NPC's social combat stats, I was forced to believe a completely transparent and retarded lie.

    Plus, again, yeah, let me fucking roleplay my character like I want to. Trust me to be able to roleplay cowardice, valour, compassion and, occasionally, lechery, when it's relevant and IC.

    Don't use the fucking dice to force it.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)08:19 No.8912368
    >>It has interesting lore and a really interesting world in my opinion, which breeds good RP
    Lore is portable. You could run Exalted in Risus and keep the same lore.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)08:21 No.8912381

    That's always been a problem with White Wolf games. The whole social stat paradigm they have makes being able to bullshit and be bullshitted by people an inevitable consequence.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)08:24 No.8912420

    Exactly. If I had someone who knew their Exalted better than me to lend me a hand, I could probably port 90% of the mechanics and half the Charms and abilities into BESM over the course of a weekend.

    Plus, moving shit into a generic system would also let people make their own charms and still keep them relatively balanced.


    It also introduces an issue, really, which is that largely you have to specialize in combat to be any good at it. And you have to specialize in social stuff to be any good at it. Which means that if you want any ability with knowledge stuff, you either have to be a gullible moron, a fragile weakling or both.

    You could spread your points relatively evenly, but then you're just going to get steamrolled on ALL fronts by people who've specialized.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)08:27 No.8912452

    OP, can you do me a favor? If you have any Danish players, ask them why their country smells so much like cheese. Seriously, it's a big problem. Also, why is it that the Danes think they are relevant in the modern world? They aren't, they haven't been for centuries. I mean, in Danish schools, they learn basic American history, but in American schools, what do we learn about Danes? Nothing. Why? Because Danes aren't important.

    True story.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)08:29 No.8912473

    I bet Bleaker-tan just likes playing pretty girls in miniskirts. Just like THE DANES!
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)08:31 No.8912485
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    You call this a flag? This is a fucking EXCUSE!

    "Oh man, what should our flag be?" "RED." "We can't just have it be all red!" "WELL PUT A CROSS ON IT LIKE EVERYONE ELSE DOES, AND MAKE IT WHITE BECAUSE THAT'S THE MOST GENERIC COLOR."
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)08:31 No.8912490
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    Something tells me I know who you are.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)08:32 No.8912498
    Also, watching Bosnians get slaughters by Serbs.
    >> Bleaker-tan's Player 04/01/10(Thu)08:33 No.8912502

    Hey, I'll have you know that Bleaker-tan wears pants. :(
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)08:33 No.8912505
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    Look at this mess. LOOK AT IT! It's all horrible little islands and a dinky peninsula. It's not even a cool mass of islands, just one big, misshapen one and a bit of land above Germany. The island bit clogs up the Baltic sea like a wad of toilet paper, blocking a toilet.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)08:34 No.8912510
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    Still not as bad as the Icelanders.

    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)08:34 No.8912516
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    >> Bleaker-tan's Player 04/01/10(Thu)08:35 No.8912531

    Go home, Tim.
    >> Professor Stein !!f4R/6xhXtMZ 04/01/10(Thu)08:36 No.8912536
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    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)08:37 No.8912537
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    You should be ashamed of yourselves, this is a terrible castle. I have never seen a more ineffective set of walls in my life. I'd tell you to redo it, but you would probably fuck that up too.

    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)08:37 No.8912541
    I am from Iceland, and i approve of this message
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)08:38 No.8912547
    Glad to see some of you have some sense.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)08:38 No.8912552
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    Nobody uses wooden ships anymore, Denmark, stop being faggots.
    >> Bleaker-tan's Player 04/01/10(Thu)08:38 No.8912553

    Nah, this is in all likelihood Inquisitor_Tim, a guy who keeps getting banned from SupTG because he doesn't fucking realize his weak-ass trolling is only annoying because he keeps fucking doing it.

    So far he's kept getting himself unbanned because we've been convinced he's just socially incompetent, rather than actively malicious. But ha ha, I think he's pretty much worn out his welcome by now.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)08:39 No.8912556

    Oh god, why can't I stop laughing?
    >> Bleaker-tan's Player 04/01/10(Thu)08:40 No.8912567

    Brain damage.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)08:40 No.8912568
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    What a horrible building.
    >> Professor Stein !!f4R/6xhXtMZ 04/01/10(Thu)08:41 No.8912579
    You guys can't ban the idiot? Just set a ban on his range for a while. He's too dumb to get around it.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)08:41 No.8912580
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    Denmark I am disappoint.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)08:44 No.8912614
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    Picture related: Danish police attacking children.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)08:45 No.8912618
    >magical girl

    What is this I don't even.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)08:46 No.8912625
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    OP here since I've got nothing better to do.

    Why NOT pants?
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)08:46 No.8912628
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    In this picture: COMMUNISTS.
    >> Professor Stein !!f4R/6xhXtMZ 04/01/10(Thu)08:47 No.8912645
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    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)08:48 No.8912664
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    Why is your gun bent? Also, the one on the right is a modern Danish officer.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)08:54 No.8912717
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    Why don't you just call Purple a faggot and get it over with?
    I mean, I agree, but shame on you for bringing IRC drama onto the board. Oh well.Let's cut to the chase.
    Come to http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/chat.html
    and tell purple what a huge faggot he is , especially if you are a bored troll. he is Danish, and also an insecure neurotic faggot.
    also, don't blame Tim for this, I am not Tim.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)08:55 No.8912724
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    >> Professor Stein !!f4R/6xhXtMZ 04/01/10(Thu)08:56 No.8912735
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    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)08:57 No.8912748
    Obviously someone cares judging from all the Danish trolling.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)09:00 No.8912769
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    The troll posting it doesn't count.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)09:00 No.8912779

    Are you the guy responsible for Expelled?
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)09:03 No.8912797
    ... er, what's with the denmark-hate? There must be something I'm completely failing to understand in this thread.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)09:03 No.8912803
    Why cant you guys keep your faggotry confined to
    and stop spilling it over here?
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)09:04 No.8912813
    >Acheron-tan: Katsumi (LN/crow tengu), who really likes war games. When circumstances forced her to ally with the PCs she would keep rolling dice to see what would happen next. Kind of the token neckbeard.

    Somehow I keep thinking of an overweight hairy ginger man in a Sailor Moon outfit instead.

    >> Professor Stein !!f4R/6xhXtMZ 04/01/10(Thu)09:04 No.8912816
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)09:04 No.8912817
    So, uh, you know, to talk about something not related to Exalted or trolls...

    Does the Lady of Pain have any sort of place in this setting beyond mazing a villain here and there? And what about Vecna?
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)09:05 No.8912826
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    Denmark is a part of the United Nations on the bounds of diversity, because Danes aren't people, the same as Brazilians.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)09:05 No.8912829
    Allow me to explain
    is an irc channel related to tg
    Purple is a mod there and he is Danish.
    Someone is asspained about him so they troll Denmark, because he is one of those people who is insecure about being from a small, insignificant European country.
    thats why.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)09:06 No.8912836

    Bleaker-tan's player is Danish and looking at this thread.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)09:06 No.8912837
    That is probably a pretty good description of the player, if not the character.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)09:08 No.8912850

    This is, horrifically, probably true. Only without the awesome part, Exalted seems to attract horrible players.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)09:09 No.8912861
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    Originally (since a lot of things in this game are Planescape fluff made into something magical-girls themed in a way that would make an outsider go FFFFF for fun) the Lady was going to be a talkative person called "Pain-chan" who would be very happy and social and act like the group's Chief.

    Then I decided screw it and just played the Lady straight.

    I'm using her sparingly, though. I might not even have her make an appearance again. As for how she works ingame, she is the one who supposedly told the factions to set up this magical girl business and occasionally a dabus will appear to one of them and tell them to investigate something, but that is the extent of their interaction.

    As for Vecna, the PCs stumbled into one of his many lairs (the Astral fortress known as the NOSE OF VECNA) in an early adventure, but that is about it. If I run Die Vecna Die! he might come back.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)09:12 No.8912887

    Well, seeing the Lady at least once again might be nice. After all, she IS the Lady.

    And you can't have an Awesome Planescape Adventure without involving Vecna or the Lady some. They're pretty defining, as far as NPC's go.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)09:18 No.8912939

    So... how do you run a game with an all-female PC cast, all-male PC players and NOT have it be creepy? What's the trick?
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)09:20 No.8912957
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    The Lady works best as an NPC from behind the scenes, though. Most PCs aren't even supposed to see her at all, unless they start worshipping Aoskar or killing people all around Sigil or generally being retarded. And even then, she'd probably just maze them or something rather than make a personal appearance.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)09:21 No.8912971

    True, but not seeing her at least once, or having a flaying or mazing happen somewhere, just sort of makes it feel less like visiting Sigil.

    She is pretty hands-off, however, I'll give you that. If it doesn't directly involve her, Sigil itself or Aoskar, she don't give a fuck.
    >> Tim Tim Tim !873wO5s0C. 04/01/10(Thu)09:22 No.8912982

    Easy, ban them the moment they start showing any hint of cybering. It's usually semi-obvious, especially if you've ever watched a Maid RPG game over IRC.

    Also, in b4 everyone thinks I'd do anything to offend my best buddy Purple.
    >> Tim Tim Tim !873wO5s0C. 04/01/10(Thu)09:24 No.8913008

    Am I the only one who'd pay good money for a real-life version of the Lady of Pain plushie from Torment?

    Seriously. I wish someone would draw an old-fashioned comic-cover style picture (you know the ones, with the swooning woman, MENACING ALIEN VILLAIN, and stalwart hero standing between them with a weapon) of Cube Hero facing off against a menacing giant Morte, a swooning Lady of Plush in his posable arms.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)09:25 No.8913015
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    Recruit Planescape fans with a sense of humour who can prove they aren't retarded and do not wish to be the little girl.

    That's a small lie - it was more like one Planescape fan and a couple D&D fans - but still. Also maybe luck, I don't know.

    Also yes, just don't allow that shit. You're the DM.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)09:25 No.8913019
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    And I'm going to bed. Later, /tg/!
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)11:26 No.8914641
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    So, the other day, I was showing someone the Factol's Manifesto, and he liked pretty much all of it(though he called the Xaositects "LOL RANDUMB") until he got to Factol Skall. "What?" He burst out, affronted, "It says the players shouldn't be able to beat him in a fight? That they should, in fact, not fight him?! What faggotry!"

    Am I the only one who likes the fact that the book basically says: "No, the players cannot murder everyone they come across, in fact, some of these people will utterly kick their asses unless your players are godlike. And if your players are godlike, then you've fucked up."?
    >> Bleaker-tan's Player 04/01/10(Thu)13:41 No.8916442
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    At one point, one of our friends got transformed into an angry evil half-Modron cyborg by the Tacharim. Guess who our GM used as inspiration for her appearance.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)13:44 No.8916475

    That actually does sound like it would be pretty adorable. Any drawfags in the audience?
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)13:46 No.8916493
    how does the faggot feel about The Lady?
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)13:50 No.8916543

    He calls her the "Mary Sue of Pain."

    Did I mention he plays Exalted? And that all of his characters, ever, are superheroes? He can't play anything unless he's a superhero, if he has to start as a normal human or something, he pretty much refuses to play.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)13:53 No.8916567
    Exalted is awesome though, don't equate his faggotry with Exalted.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)13:54 No.8916588

    Yeah, yeah, my bad. I'm just so used to loathing everyone who plays Exalted by this point. The guys in this thread have been relatively civil, though, the sort of people I'd actually like to play Exalted with so I could try it WITHOUT it being some faggot's power fantasy.

    There does seem to be a noticeable split in players, however. Some people just want to have POWER and CHANGE THE WORLD NOW.

    Others want to start out in the slums and EARN any power they get, they'd rather solve shit with a shovel and a hammer in a creative fashion than melting half the city to glass with a thermonuclear fireball.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)14:10 No.8916725

    RIY: Run It Yourself

    "If you run it, they will come"
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)14:12 No.8916744
    Well Exalted is kind of built around power and changing the world (unless you're playing heroic mortal or DB I guess), but that doesn't mean you have to be a whiny faggot about it.

    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)16:12 No.8918108

    Hahahahah, RUN EXALTED. Yeah, I tried that, I ended up with the most insufferable pack of faggots imaginable. Not trying that again.


    I just feel it cheapens the power that you start with, that you don't have to actually earn it.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)16:14 No.8918135

    Yeah, there's a difference between preferring power and whining when you're faced with an obstacle that you can't overwhelm with dice.

    (For instance, with Skall, a very, very clever and skilled group of characters could potentially take out his phylactery on one of the rare occasions he's not anywhere near it. While attacking him head-on, Planescape is ABOUT the absurd options you get.)
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)18:33 No.8920598
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    Do liches die when you destroy their phylactery or do they just not come back? I forget.


    Your friend is a huge faggot, but I want to see how he'd do in an actual Planescape campaign. For some reason I can see him provoking a pit fiend and getting pounded into the dirt in the first session as the other players laugh.
    >> Totally Not Godsman-tan 04/01/10(Thu)18:54 No.8920900

    To be fair, that's not the only Touhou reference. I mean, hell, Minorin was originally this bizarre mix of Nitori and Minori from Toradora. She's sorta grown into her own thing, though.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)18:55 No.8920915
    just don't come back via the phylactery method, they can brought back by having Clones, etc.
    >> Totally Not Godsman-tan 04/01/10(Thu)19:20 No.8921219

    Or, if I recall correctly, they can just make a new phylactery :B
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)19:21 No.8921225
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)19:26 No.8921282

    Can't they just make a new one in earlier editions with the same materials?
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)20:03 No.8921784
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    Don't forget the metal grafts that turned her into a stealth bomber.

    (Also, holy shit, this thread is still here.)
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)21:36 No.8923327
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    Planescape isn't even about combat most of the time. You can almost finish entire campaigns on diplomacy and politics alone.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)22:47 No.8924403

    Indeed, but at the same time violence SHOULD be an option sometimes, too. Though when it is brought out it should involve some planning.

    I mean, leaving the ONLY option as diplomacy is as bad as leaving the ONLY option as violence.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)22:59 No.8924612
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    Yeah, most PS adventures have at least one encounter where you can't avoid combat (usually because the NPCs are JUST THAT HOSTILE) and a few where the PCs are expected to engage in combat if they fuck it up.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)23:01 No.8924647

    Which is honestly pretty reasonable, you can't always negotiate... HOWEVER, then you could, say, lure the hostiles into a trap. Sneak around them. Or a bunch of other things that are neither violence or diplomacy.

    Also I noted that the Planescape campaign setting recommends the OPPOSITE solution for too murder-happy parties. Things they can't fight, no matter what, because the NPC's aren't scratched by their weapons and just roll their eyes at them if they start getting murderous.
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)23:19 No.8924925

    Do you still have that image of SUPER MECHA UTSUHO that you used for inspiration?
    >> Anonymous 04/01/10(Thu)23:55 No.8925552
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    Annoyingly, I can't seem to find it. Pretty sure it was Utsuho as Necron though.
    >> Anonymous 04/02/10(Fri)00:46 No.8926460
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    Never mind, found it!
    >> Anonymous 04/02/10(Fri)00:48 No.8926499
    I love my changeling with 14 bluff at level 1 and master linguist ... I can talk my way out of most situations ... or at least blather on long enough for the rogue to crit sneak attack the leader.
    >> Anonymous 04/02/10(Fri)00:52 No.8926583

    That's how you play Planescape. If you can't talk them down, distract them long enough to stab them in the eye.

    And always, ALWAYS consider what friends you might be pissing off by beating someone up.


    The organic bits make it look more CHAOS than NECROOOON.
    >> Anonymous 04/02/10(Fri)01:02 No.8926742

    I was mostly guessing because the face looked more necron to me.

    Maybe it's some kind of Mary Sue combination of both.

    >> Anonymous 04/02/10(Fri)01:45 No.8927466

    Slaaneshi necrons.
    >> Anonymous 04/02/10(Fri)01:51 No.8927563
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    Fuck you, Elftits, posting superior ZnT bootay.
    >> Anonymous 04/02/10(Fri)02:08 No.8927801
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    >> Anonymous 04/02/10(Fri)02:10 No.8927824
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    Posting superior moe.
    >> Anonymous 04/02/10(Fri)02:25 No.8928020
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    Posting Superior WARNING WARNING
    >> Anonymous 04/02/10(Fri)02:50 No.8928303
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    Behold the BEST MOE.
    >> Anonymous 04/02/10(Fri)03:01 No.8928437
    oh god what is this i don't even
    >> Anonymous 04/02/10(Fri)04:51 No.8929728

    That, my friend, is the face of God. Ran, Chen and Yuuka in one big moe-pile.
    >> Anonymous 04/02/10(Fri)05:08 No.8929882
    Reimu is a Fated.

    >> Anonymous 04/02/10(Fri)05:12 No.8929922

    Suika is a Sensate. Discuss.

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