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    24 KB Storytime OP 05/10/11(Tue)09:15 No.14877949  
    Sup /tg/, I have a story to share. A tale of Douchemeister, the Colonel, Furfriend, and Peacock. A tale of running around hitting things with sticks in the woods. It was about a year ago this month, and I'm feeling nostalgic. I'll tell you about the guys before I spaz out and forget.

    Douchemeister had discovered 4chan and Something Awful at the same time a few years prior. This caused a dramatic shift in his personality from kinda "that guy" like to full blown "If you don't fucking shut up for one goddamn second we will throw you in a well" levels of douche. He wasn't always fun to be around, but he had more money than friends, so putting up with him one night out of the week usually got you a free dinner. Doing that for a few years and you might as well call the guy friend. Always plays Chaotic Neutral style characters for "lol random!1"
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)09:16 No.14877954
    This gonna be a D&D or LARP story?
    >> OP 05/10/11(Tue)09:16 No.14877956

    The Colonel didn't actually hold any military rank, he was a 20-something loser like the rest of us, he just had a grandpa who knew someone up in Frankfort. Turns out all it takes to become a Kentucky Colonel is knowing a guy who knows a guy. Would have been more impressive if we hadn't been based out of Corbin, so he got kinda overshadowed. Turns out being actually alive still doesn't beat 11 secret herbs and spices. Guy had a pretty hardcore honor code in real life though, always played Chaotic Good style characters in game.

    Furfriend was just a regular guy until one night we got into the truth-or-dare bourbon. For the uninitiated, truth-or-dare bourbon is any bottle you've drained 3/4ths of within the last ten minutes. Colonel had to disturb a hornet's nest, Furfriend had to tell a dark secret. Colonel got the nest by leaning out the window with a shotgun, shooting, and closing the window. Furfriend told us he was a furry. We all believe Colonel displayed better thinking in that situation. Douchemeister gives him hell for it sometimes, but we've really couldn't see telling the guy to fuck off after all these years, it wouldn't seem right. He usually plays neutral good characters, surprisingly more dwarves than animal people.

    The group was packing up from a usual tabletop session when Douchemeister said he'd heard of a big LARP happening up in Pennsylvania a few months from then. He had an Internet friend in it apparently. We'd always wanted to give LARP a try, since we were the kind of nerds that picked up sticks and brooms as kids and pretended to be on epic quests. Hell, we still do that, we just do it less in public.
    >> OP 05/10/11(Tue)09:20 No.14877975
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    First time LARP story

    Douchemeister was willing to pay our way past the entry fees, and we actually had more than a weeks notice this time, so we agreed. We hadn't took a big road trip in forever anyway, so this seemed perfect. Piled into the Colonel's van and headed up the road to our first “official” LARP.

    We got to the grounds the LARP was taking place at, and we were pretty impressed. None of us had really been to one before, so we really didn't know what to expect. There was a wooded area that apparently went off quite a ways, a lot of local buildings had been re-purposed for the LARP. There were even some hastily constructed little houses and sheds and shit. We had come expecting basically a big open field and maybe a little foyer. Instead we got what felt like damn near a whole condensed county and town to us. It was a bit surprising.
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    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)09:23 No.14877988
    Whenever I find these threads the OP has already left... but not today!

    Please continue.
    >> OP 05/10/11(Tue)09:25 No.14877998
    We went to sign in, and get our character sheets. Douchmeister had already gotten our characters registered and set up online, so it was mostly just getting our I.D.s and making sure he hadn't fucked anything up. Our I.D.s were clipped onto a lanyard, the color of which denoted your level. Level one lowbies like us just got plain black lanyards, but they went up through all the colors of the rainbow, then got fancy designs and shit for being really high level. I saw a very smug looking guy with a huge obnoxious multicolored anime hairpeice, and a bunch of fancy shit that I figured was probably magic items. His lanyard was a light blue and dark purple mix with gold tassels, while everyone else's I saw was a solid color. I figured I probably shouldn't try to stab him right off. I joked with the Colonel that the guy looked like a Peacock.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)09:25 No.14877999
    LARP huh? Been thinking about trying it out again. My interest, you have it for the moment.

    Also, Colonel sounds like a kickass guy.
    >> OP 05/10/11(Tue)09:30 No.14878019
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    I noticed in review that my character had a skill I hadn't bought, it let me do 5x damage on a “sneak attack critical” with my dagger. The rules counted a “sneak attack critical” as being anytime someone didn't see me coming/weren't in combat and I hit with it, unless they were in combat in which case it just did regular sneak attack damage. I asked Douchemeister where the hell that came from and he just told me “You had points left over, had to spend them on something.” I kinda wished he would have spent it on something crossbow related, but I could live with it. Turns out it would be one of my most useful skills later. Pic sorta related.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)09:35 No.14878036
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    i love stories, op, continue
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)09:37 No.14878044
    go on,

    I'm already bracing for epic backstab
    >> OP 05/10/11(Tue)09:37 No.14878046
    The Colonel had made us all weapons to use, as he's a bit of an artsy-crafts-y guy when he wants to be. For my crossbow, He took one of those Nerf “N-Strike Mavericks” guns, and tweaked it out. Reinforced the hell out of it because he knew I'd be dumb enough to try to block with it, and put two cute little arms on the front so it'd look like an actual crossbow. The real kicker is what he'd done with the spring. Took the shitty spring out of it and replaced it with THE GOD SPRING, FUCKER OF PHYSICS. That little nerf gun would shoot halfway across a Walmart parking lot after he'd gotten done with it. Pretty impressive for such a little thing. I don't even know how it was legal, but he got it passed so, eh. The rules for crossbows rate of fire happened to fit just perfectly with the Nerf guns rate of fire if I only loaded one shot at a time. I also got a little boffer dagger, about the best way to think of it would basically be a Pringles tube with a boxing glove on it, but littler. It was cute.

    He made himself a nice looking boffer halberd, since he was a paladin of whatever-the-fuck-god-favors-polearms, in his own words. I thought it would be unwieldy but he never seemed to have trouble with it. He tried to do some bad ass designs on it but it mostly just looked like generic “runes” copied right from TESIV: Oblivion. He had to cover them up with tape since runes are apparently reserved for high level characters. Even though they don't actually have any in game effect. The Colonel was displeased. Thus was born the legend of MOSTLY COVERED IN DUCT TAPE HALBERD
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)09:37 No.14878049
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    I have a feeling that the story will be fake, but if it's good enough than I don't really care. Please continue
    >> OP 05/10/11(Tue)09:43 No.14878080
    Douchemeister got a Wizards staff hand-whittled out of a broomhandle. Had some gaudy sequins and plastic gems on it and such. Kinda looked like it was made in the collision between a truck full of glue and a Hobby Locker. He liked it quite a bit more than he should have, really. Bits and pieces kept flaking off of it, and that actually wound up saving our ass later.

    Furfriend got an axe and shield just like he wanted for his dwarf, though he was less pleased with the cat ears headband they brought out for his “helmet.” He was even less pleased when they told him they weren't joking, that was all they brought for him to represent as a helmet. Douchemeister gave him shit over that for most of the weekend. His axe was basically made like the Colonel's halberd, just small enough to be one handed. The shield was basically the lid off of a plastic tub, just fancied up so it looked less like the lid from a plastic tub. It had his characters clans insignia on it, and someone had drawn little cat ears on it. If he noticed he didn't say anything.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)09:43 No.14878082
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    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)09:44 No.14878087
    >Cat ear dwarf helmet
    >cat ear dwarf shield
    >Dwarf fortress
    >this is me perfectly ok with this
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)09:47 No.14878096
    OP, make with the continuing already :D
    I require moar tales of shenanigans
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)09:51 No.14878109
    This Colonel sounds like an amazing person.

    eh weaponizes nerf guns and doesnt afraid of furries
    >> OP 05/10/11(Tue)09:51 No.14878116
    Sorry, I'm going. Writing it out as I go, kinda. I am not very bright, for that.
    We got ourselves kitted out, and walked into the area they had most of the people gathered for the announcements to start the game. We tried to mingle, but apparently being a nerd doesn't count if you are a nerd with a thick southern drawl and copious amounts of flannel. Most people reacted to us with that kind of “What the hell are you even doing here” look. We slowly realized that we were the most “southern” people there, at least that we could see. It kinda set the tone for the rest of the weekend.

    They started the announcements, which seemed to go on for forever. Typical shit: We hope you have a good time, please don't beat the shit out of people for real, please respect real life property, please for the love of god don't be a huge creep around the women. They said that the over-arching adventure for the weekend was a quest to find the 8 magical pieces of the wondrous cataclysmic dildo of fate, something like that. The end of the weekend event would be a giant monster horde attacking, and the leader can only be defeated with the McGuffin. I figured that was more a quest for the higher level people that had been there before, since they said there would be newbie quests to “ease you in.” We figured that meant “nothing but newbie quests for the first weekend,” which we were fine with. Didn't think we'd really be ready for much of the serious shit during our first time around anyway.
    >> OP 05/10/11(Tue)10:01 No.14878175
    Decided we'd stick together, as we had a fairly balanced party, plus most people would give us the stink-eye once we started talking. The the ones that didn't were usually already grouped. It worked out just fine since the newbie “tutorial” quests were set up for a four man group anyway. They basically served to introduce us to the quest system and how to differentiate between NPCs/players/monsters. The combat was pretty obviously skewed in our favor, with goblins and such actually jumping [i]into[/i] my nerf darts. They pretty much ignored Douchemeister, what with his squishy wizard status. If they actually did get a hit in, it was 1 damage, or 2 on a flanking or sneak attack. I know it sounds kind of crappy, but our previous experience fighting goblins involved rolling dice and getting enthusiastic, So this was actually a lot of fun!

    After picking up a few random objects of no real importance for dudes who tried way to hard to sound medieval, we earned level 2 and a shiny new green lanyard. Apparently XP went on a curve. So levels 1-5 are quick and even doable in a single weekend, while 5-10 is slower and 10-whatever is even worse. The system was kinda fucked but not bad enough to set off alarms in my head. I could start seeing why some of the higher levels were so smug, they must have been working on the characters for forever.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)10:01 No.14878176
    Eagerly awaiting the next one, this is a pretty good read.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)10:06 No.14878214
    Bumping till OP Posts again....
    >> SkeletonGimp !L.YFcYksIQ 05/10/11(Tue)10:09 No.14878230
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    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)10:09 No.14878235
    I'm intrigued, go on OP.

    Also, I don't feel your furfriend deserves what's he's gotten in the story so far. Maybe that will change but he seems like an okay guy at the moment.
    >> OP 05/10/11(Tue)10:12 No.14878248

    It was getting late, so we decided to hit the “tavern” for a “feast” that was actually just cheeseburgers and hot dogs. And the “tavern” was actually just one of those little park buildings with the grills in them that someone had thrown some quick walls around. In the middle of the place was a pedestal with places for the 8 color coded magic pieces of fuck we all needed to get by the end of the weekend. There were already three pieces set in it by the time we came in. If I knew then what I knew know I would have probably paid more attention to it, but I didn't see it as more important than food at the time.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)10:14 No.14878263
    go on...
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)10:15 No.14878267
    You see this is why you should type out your story beforehand.
    Save us all a lot of time here buddy...
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)10:20 No.14878299
    Don't be rude; spontaneous storytimes are always welcome.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)10:20 No.14878301
    >> OP 05/10/11(Tue)10:21 No.14878305
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    He doesn't deserve it, but we always pick at each other, it's all in good fun.

    We mingled a bit and wound down in the OOC area of the tavern, everyone was much more friendly when they were being fed. And had taken out all their aggression on dudes pretending to be goblins/orcs/trolls. Douchemiester was trying to convince the staff that they should suddenly start serving alcohol, like, right now. The Colonel was regaling some people with the totally-not-bullshit-story of how he earned his title by saving the governor from a fire started by the Klan. Furfriend was desperately trying to explain to the person doing $1 character sketches that, yes, I know I have cat ears on but my character is a dwarf I SWEAR. Everyone was having a good time. Everyone except for that guy I called Peacock. He was a very special snowflake who had been coming to this LARP for “years.” As a “senior” member, he felt it was his “duty” to go around to all the lowbies and introduce himself, let everyone know who's who around here. (Hint: It was him. He was who's who.) Most of the other high level people were perfectly nice, if a bit elitist, but Peacock took that to a radical extreme. It was a great privilege that he would even come talk to us lowbies, because he could be doing so much more important shit. From what I saw, that important shit was trying to make sure that his party was the one that brought back most the 8 magic bits of quest. His group had brought back two of the three currently there, and he was giving a real shitty look to a level 7 guy on the other end of the room, who was rumored to have brought back the other piece. The other rumor was that bringing back a piece netted you a unique magic item for each piece. Peacock wanted those items so bad you could practically see it in the air around him. Pic related, it's his facial expression pretty much all the time
    >> Morrowindfag 05/10/11(Tue)10:22 No.14878311
    Wow btw, american LARPs are oh so very diffrent.
    First LARP i went to had the following rules:
    Padded/Light armor: 1hp
    Chain/Brigandine: 2hp
    Plate: 3hp, Immune to 1h weapons
    1Hand weapons do 1 Damage, two hand weapons do 2.
    No bows with a drawstrenght of less than 30 pounds.

    I spent 4 months making my armor, a breastplate and a gorget. The real things, bought some second hand stuff, hammered it to fit me, rivited some straps to it so it all went together, bought a Calimacil sword and borrowed the rest.

    But this aint about me, go on.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)10:23 No.14878315
    >inb4 you steal all the pieces and join the monsters
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)10:26 No.14878337
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    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)10:29 No.14878356
    This story sounds vaguely familiar... But maybe I'm just being skeptical and every larp has the way OP rogue, pretentious douchebag, the awful friend, and the macguffin of funkilling.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)10:32 No.14878372
    >>Plate: 3hp, Immune to 1h weapons
    That doesn't fucking make any sense
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)10:33 No.14878374
    Yeah, this story makes me think of the one about the guy who steals the magic rings he wasn't supposed to be able to grab, hides in the woods for two days, gets the monsters a better strategy to assault the high-level douchebags and wins the cute larper girl away from her jerkass boyfriend.

    I think this is a different story, though.
    >> OP 05/10/11(Tue)10:34 No.14878380
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    When he came around to our table we decided to give him the benefit of the doubt, because hey, we weren't raised in a barn. Despite what some people might have thought. He chatted for a bit, made sure we knew how important he was, ect. He also told us that if we found one of those shards we should, you know, come show him. He'll take it to the guild and get it “appraised” for us. We told him we'll take our chances on appraising it ourselves, thanks. He told us that appraisal services are very expensive and we wouldn't have the gold for it. We told him his anime hairpeice looked like a colorful bird and that his mother was of questionable fidelity. That was admittedly a bit harsh, but fuck that guy. We know a scam when we see one. He reacted by calling us “cousin-fuckers”, then he asserted that we must be cousins. I guess the point was that as cousins we were fucking each other and then also gay so twice the burn with half the effort? We just laughed that off. Then he pulled a beanbag out of his pocket and stated that it was a spell that does 20 points in a 10 foot radius of where it lands, Our highest health was Furfriend with 13. Some of the people at adjacent tables scooted as far away from what was basically the pissed off man with the character death bomb as they could. He calmly asked us to give him all of our gold. We got robbed of our first day's earnings in broad daylight by a man dressed like a burlesque dancer.

    We decided at that we were going to get one of those pieces of magical voodoo shit the next day.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)10:39 No.14878404
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    Shit just got real.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)10:39 No.14878407
    Really? He did that? Christ what an asshole
    At my LARP the high levels are usually kind enough to the lowbies.
    Well that and no one other than big monsters are allowed to have AOE attacks.
    >> Morrowindfag 05/10/11(Tue)10:40 No.14878410
    Technically you should be immune to everything unless you're held down, but this worked very well for dramatic purposes. And it was a good balance thing.
    Oh and "Fullplate" isn't a few cardbord boxes taped over and sprayed silver. It's actuall fullplate. I think each side hade 4 dudes each.
    But nevermind my noise, i wanna listen to the story, heh
    >> The Gentleman Fate !!DOOb3tnGMvs 05/10/11(Tue)10:40 No.14878414
    He threatened you with a spell... in the OOC area?
    You didn't laugh it off why?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)10:42 No.14878422
    oh wow, you're right.
    or had you guys moved back an IC area?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)10:43 No.14878425
    What a dick.

    Shame it didn't end with everyone in the tavern beating his ass.
    >> OP 05/10/11(Tue)10:44 No.14878428
    It was our first LARP. He had been there longer and people started backing away, so we had figured shit had gotten real. I'm not too proud to admit he played us like a piano.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)10:44 No.14878429
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    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)10:44 No.14878430

    Nobody thought of making the "Because he's holding a thermal detonator" quote?
    >> The Gentleman Fate !!DOOb3tnGMvs 05/10/11(Tue)10:44 No.14878431
    Granted, the guy probably would have just waited, and then you would have had to get a ref for it...
    But yeah. Idiots like this are why I don't LARP. Can't separate OOC and IC. Granted you get that in tabletop games too...
    But that is a story for another day, eh?
    >> The Gentleman Fate !!DOOb3tnGMvs 05/10/11(Tue)10:45 No.14878436
    That blows man.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)10:53 No.14878463
    >douchebag with all of the levels
    >he's basically begging to be pked
    I like where this is going
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)10:54 No.14878469
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    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)10:56 No.14878476
    f5ing so hard.
    >> OP 05/10/11(Tue)10:57 No.14878477
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    Next morning after the breakfast/compulsory shower YES THAT MEANS YOU TOO DOUCHEMEISTER period, we set off looking for any clues that could lead us to one of those special shards of plot. We asked around in the tavern and we got a lot of “Oh, I hear Peacock is looking for that, no need to worry.” which Furfriend figured was whipped-speak for “If we touch them he will hit us and take our things.” I wish I could say we wanted to one up that guy to valiantly free the oppressed peoples and all that happy stuff ripped from that other story, but he took our shit so fuck those guys, I wanna see the sonuvabitch squirm.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)10:57 No.14878479
    I think I broke mine...
    >> The Gentleman Fate !!DOOb3tnGMvs 05/10/11(Tue)10:59 No.14878490
    You really need 4chan+
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)11:00 No.14878494
    Oddly enough I just stopped using Chrome to switch back to Firefox.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)11:01 No.14878495
    This. It's worth it. Also free.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)11:02 No.14878506
    I might as well switch back then, the Firefox one is out of date.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)11:04 No.14878520
    Write faster, you!
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)11:05 No.14878525
    If you're using Firefox 4, get Greasemonkey (if you don't already have it) and 4chan X.


    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)11:05 No.14878530
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    Write faster god damn you!
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)11:07 No.14878535
    Getting a little bit self-entitled we are?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)11:07 No.14878536
    inb4 bell air
    inb4 walk the dinosaur
    inb4 ounce of weed taped to the guy
    >> OP 05/10/11(Tue)11:09 No.14878543
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    We did a little bit of regular questing throughout the day as well, to get a bit of gold. Fought some more goblins, moved up to kobolds. Pic related I guess? That seemed kinda odd, but whatever, their world, their enemy difficulty progression. Word started coming in that more and more of the pieces were being found, and hope was diminishing on being able to rub victory in Peacock's face. We were about to give up, when we hit an amazing break. A group of guys wanted to take on a quest they shouldn't have been able to, it was a few levels too high for them and a good bit higher level than us. They figured “strength in numbers.” and we figured “Go with these guys and then shank them and take the reward.”

    This quest was a huge step up from what we were doing before in terms of difficulty. I saw some of the same “monsters” I had fought before, except this time they had no qualms about actually winning the fight, and I had to basically rely on my crossbow, since they could just power through me if I tried to melee them. The Colonel and Furfriend basically had to go entirely on the defensive while Douchemeister and I plinked away at the monsters, but having the other group helped immensely. We wound up making it up to the boss encounter, with a GM hanging around because wow look how far these guys got. That's the power of having 3 healing capable members in a group, thanks to the other group having 2 clerics. We made it right up to the boss encounter before disaster struck.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)11:09 No.14878545
    I like you OP and I think you are one of the good humans as opposed to most of them. Please do continue with your nice tale.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)11:09 No.14878546
    Sorry, this isn't /b/
    usually storytime is actually just storytime in /tg/

    Also; proceed, i am waiting for flying roped dagger backstab
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)11:11 No.14878550
    I think he's eager.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)11:11 No.14878554
    op, i beg you, write faster!
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)11:12 No.14878559
    I'm not a /b/tard

    /k/ommander, we have that shit too.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)11:13 No.14878561
    That said though usually storytime actually is storytime in /tg/.

    Mainly because this board by extension is about stories and storytime and interactive storytime.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)11:19 No.14878589
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)11:22 No.14878605
    don't leave me OP :(
    >> OP 05/10/11(Tue)11:22 No.14878607
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    One of the guys in the other party decided RIGHT THEN than he needed a shower. In the middle of the quest area. No, it could not wait until we kill the boss. There went the 4 other dudes, and our chances of beating this quest. We were massively under leveled, and undermanned. The GM offered us a chance to “warp” back to town for free, since that was such a shitty break, but Douchemeister wanted to stay. He said we only had one enemy left to kill, and he'd been running the numbers in his head, and all we'd need to do would be somehow do enough damage that he could "don't act" it and we could just wail on it and kill it before it unfroze. We were arguing about how we could possibly do that when I remembered my sneak attack critical skill. There was only one problem, the boss was in a pit that I couldn't get into without him seeing me, which would fuck the entire plan up. I asked the GM if I could just throw the dagger and he said if I did that the damage multiplier was halved. Douchemeister said that wouldn't be enough. The GM said I had to have a “hold on the weapon” for it to count for the full bonus. A plan began to form.

    OCD Rules lawyers might not want to read the next post for mental health reasons.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)11:24 No.14878614
    I'm gonna be going for a bit, be back in an hour+

    When I return OP, I expect to be able to read and enjoy your tale of shenanigans.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)11:24 No.14878619
    Dude obviously Shit his pants or something.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)11:26 No.14878627
    >> The Gentleman Fate !!DOOb3tnGMvs 05/10/11(Tue)11:26 No.14878629
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    OH BOY
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)11:26 No.14878630
    >OCD Rules lawyers might not want to read the next post for mental health reasons.

    Hah. I like where this is going.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)11:27 No.14878638
    I think the rules lawyers would actually really like what's coming up. Completely ignoring the spirit of a rule while following it to the letter and twisting it to your own ends? Motherfuckin rules lawyer.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)11:29 No.14878649
    >> Zoroark girl !eJ61/B76dM 05/10/11(Tue)11:30 No.14878653
    This story cannot update fast enough!
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)11:30 No.14878657
    more OP more!
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)11:32 No.14878670
    This is already turning into an awesome story, and I think I can see where it's going.

    Still, I want to read the rest.
    >> OP 05/10/11(Tue)11:33 No.14878672
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    You win the prize! The prize is just more story though, sorry.

    That's when some gears started turning. On of the gag things they gave us as part of the standard adventurers kit was some “rope.” It was just some shitty cheap cord, but I started tying it around the handle to my dagger. My reasoning was that if I have a hold of the rope then I have a hold on the “weapon.” If it was good enough for the ancient Chinese it was sure as hell good enough for me. It's a shitty metagame-y jump in logic but desperate times call for desperate ways to stab a bitch from afar. I started asking the GM if this world work and he really tried to argue against it without having to say no flat out. I was feeling pretty hopeless at that point. Then the Colonel decides to jump in and starts arguing like I wanted a damage bonus from holding the rope for leverage while swinging the dagger. He whined and talked circles until the GM practically screamed “NO! HOLDING THE ROPE IS THE SAME AS JUST HOLDING THE DAGGER!”

    “So if he holds the rope he only counts as just holding the dagger normally?”


    Pic related was the face of The Colonel at that moment in time.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)11:35 No.14878688
    I legit laughed.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)11:36 No.14878690
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    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)11:36 No.14878695
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)11:37 No.14878696
    That's some goddamn tactical genius right there
    >> The Gentleman Fate !!DOOb3tnGMvs 05/10/11(Tue)11:37 No.14878701
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    The Colonel is awesome.
    And I graciously accept my prize.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)11:38 No.14878705
    Requesting this thread be archived for posterity!
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)11:38 No.14878707

    but creed isn't a colonel
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)11:38 No.14878711
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    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)11:39 No.14878714
    Do it yourself. It's easy enough. Just wait until the story is done
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)11:40 No.14878719
    Gah, I wish you'd typed this up beforehand.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)11:41 No.14878725
    Archive auto-updates every hour, it doesn't matter when you archive.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)11:41 No.14878727
    He was at some point.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)11:43 No.14878748
    The oldfag scrolls told of their return. Their defeat was merely a delay. In the time after summer posting began, when the sons of /tg/ would troll their own threads. But no-one wanted to believe that they even exist. And when the truth finally dawns, it dawns in Faggotry.


    There is one they fear. In their tongue, he is OP, the awesome poster.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)11:45 No.14878755
    Who takes 20 minutes to write one paragraph.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)11:45 No.14878758
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    >> The Gentleman Fate !!DOOb3tnGMvs 05/10/11(Tue)11:45 No.14878760
    Someone proof-reading it, going for dramatic effect, etc.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)11:46 No.14878762
    >desperate times call for desperate ways to stab a bitch from afar
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)11:46 No.14878763
    oompa-loompa, boompity-boo
    I'm bumping this and I think you should too.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)11:46 No.14878764
    ...so did you kill the Peacock?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)11:46 No.14878766
    Can we not just take the board as it is instead of all this posturing one way or the other?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)11:48 No.14878781
    he was just being awesome, leave him alone
    >> OP 05/10/11(Tue)11:49 No.14878783
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    I don't know why, but he let us go with it. I dunno if becoming a Kentucky Colonel gives you magic bullshit powers, or if he just wanted to see us have a fighting chance, or if he just didn't give a shit. Probably the last one more than anything but I wasn't about to look a gift horse in the mouth. I went around back and crawled up to the edge of the pit, finding the boss staring up in the direction we were SUPPOSED to be coming from, tapping his foot. I gently lobbed my dagger at him, and when it bopped his back I called out “Dagger Sneak Attack Crit!”

    Suddenly the rest of the group hopped out from behind me, with Douchemiester throwing a “don't act” spell, but I don't think we even would have needed it, since the buy playing the boss was completely taken by surprise. It was probably a pretty boring fight to watch actually, since The Colonel and Furfriend just wailed on him while the rest of us just pelted us with everything as fast as we could. But it was a pretty damn big rush for those of us in the middle of it. When the don't act spell was down to around 5 seconds left, he fell backwards, and flipped his badge from “monster” to “NPC”
    >> OP 05/10/11(Tue)11:50 No.14878795
    >The rest of us just pelted us with what we had
    Lol look at OP he can't even grammar rig-wait, shit
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)11:51 No.14878801


    pretty please?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)11:52 No.14878804
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    This sounds like some trolltastic fun we'd try to pull in our local airsoft LARP.

    Me: "Wait, so most of the raiders (The other player faction) are sitting around their campfire?"


    >I have a "box of .22s" (IE, a box of airsoft pellets)
    >GM tells me to use a paint grenade, and that he'd take the box of .22s if I was going to do what he thought I was.
    >They don't have someone patrolling the barn they're in.
    >Cue me running in, throwing my "box of .22s" paint grenade onto their actual fire, then running away.
    >Paint grenade puts out fire, GM tells them that if they have paint on them, it's as per normal grenade damage
    >They tell GM they used their last matches to start the fire.
    >For the rest of the weekend, our faction is now Prometheus, Harbinger of Flame.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)11:57 No.14878830
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    F5ing like the fucking fist of the north star!
    >> Kreetn 05/10/11(Tue)11:57 No.14878831
    where did you go? ;_;
    >> OP 05/10/11(Tue)11:58 No.14878833
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    Apparently, he was but a simple farmer, changed by the bandit king's evil magics blah blah now I can rest in peace boo hoo. He did mention that the bandit king didn't used to have magic powers, until he got his hands on this glowing shard of totally-not-the-thing-you're-looking for. He didn't have to tell us twice that this was our best shot at getting a shard, since nobody else had completed this quest line yet that we'd heard of. Plus, bad ass loot and a level up! Now our lanyards were bright purple, and our pocketbooks were back to what they were before. It would have been smart to cut out now and just do regular lowbie quests. I think I've already proven that we were really bad at taking the smart option that weekend.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)11:58 No.14878838
    Bump for more awsome.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)11:59 No.14878847
    keep going OP you sexy beast
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:00 No.14878852
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    Tell me there is more.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:03 No.14878869
    oh no.
    >> OP 05/10/11(Tue)12:03 No.14878870
    We went back to the tavern for food and rest before we sought out the Bandit King's whereabouts, and who knows, someone might know where he is. The Colonel went to order the food while the rest of us basically stayed back and bragged and hammed it up over beating that quest at level 2 aren't we so great we are just so great. I never said we were modest.

    Douchemeister was doing a good part of the bragging, and when the food came we kinda quit paying attention to him. It wasn't until we heard him say “...and so we beat this guy and he turns into an NPC! And he tells us...” that we realized trusting Douchemeister not to leak sensitive information while bragging is like trusting the KGB not to leak sensitive information to the Russians. Furfriend stuffed some fries into our little leak problem and The Colonel and I had to fabricate some bullshit story that wouldn't actually let anyone know anything. Almost everyone in the tavern bought it. Everyone except Peacock's little cleric friend who happened to be hanging around.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:04 No.14878877
    I have no image macro to adequately express my trepidition and desire for more.
    Have a Larfleeze impersonation instead.
    More more more more more moremoremore!
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:06 No.14878887
    >Everyone except Peacock's little cleric friend who happened to be hanging around.

    Oh fuck.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:09 No.14878901
    >Everyone except Peacock's little cleric friend who happened to be hanging around.

    ...Sneak attack crit to silence him?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:09 No.14878905

    >> Servant of the Emperor 05/10/11(Tue)12:10 No.14878908
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    >> The Gentleman Fate !!DOOb3tnGMvs 05/10/11(Tue)12:10 No.14878910
    At the time they probably did not know he was there.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:14 No.14878927
    Best thread on /tg/ right now
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:14 No.14878928
    Hey wonder if it's any game I know..
    Sounds cool..
    >Our I.D.s were clipped onto a lanyard, the color of which denoted your level. Level one lowbies like us just got plain black lanyards, but they went up through all the colors of the rainbow, then got fancy designs and shit for being really high level.
    WTF is this shit?
    >very smug looking guy with a huge obnoxious multicolored anime hairpeice, and a bunch of fancy shit that I figured was probably magic items. His lanyard was a light blue and dark purple mix with gold tassels, while everyone else's I saw was a solid color.
    What the gayass crazy hell?
    The Colonel gets more and more awesome.
    Huh, never noticed it that way before, but people do seem to be caught off-guard when some accent slips, and mine is usually pretty mild.
    Pennsylvanian: Biased against the South.
    OOC area at the tavern, during game? Blasphemy. When you're eatting is when all attacks should come, just as you are sitting down.
    Wow, what a dick.
    >A plan began to form.
    I like where this is going..
    The Colonel is The Awesome.

    Now to post this, reload the page, and see what happened next!
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:16 No.14878940
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    This thread is a prime example of what I love about /tg/. Keep it coming, OP!
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:16 No.14878941
    this is amazing. MOOOOOOOOOORE
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:17 No.14878944
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    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:17 No.14878945
    cant f5 fast enough!
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:19 No.14878955
    Holy sheeeeet moar.

    Also, Motherfucking Colonel seems like a personification of all awesome.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:19 No.14878957
    Awesome happened, tyhat's what happened next. Now I'm F5in' with the rest.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:22 No.14878974
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:23 No.14878982
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    >a paladin of whatever-the-fuck-god-favors-polearms
    This is how I The Colonel
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:23 No.14878983
    Colonel manages to talk the cleric into starting a bar fight (Greedo shot first) at which point the furfriend uses his dwarven height advantage to punch the little cleric friend right in the bollocks with the force of a thousand dwarven hammers.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:23 No.14878987
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:26 No.14878998
    bump for epic.
    >> OP 05/10/11(Tue)12:27 No.14879000
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    Peacock's entourage consisted of random people that would cling to him that seemed to change rapidly. Except for this one Mouse-y little fucker. He literally reminded me of a mouse in his mannerisms. I made a joke about what Furfriend would do if the mouse people were invading and didn't think much of it afterwards. Until I told the Colonel and he freaked. Apparently that guy I saw was the only consistent hanger-on that Peacock had, and if he had overheard then he will probably figure it out and tell Peacock. I rounded up the boys and we put on our Peacock stompin' boots. It was open season on mice and peafowl in the tavern. And the Mouse-y guy was sitting very off by himself in the back of the tavern.

    Now the tavern was divided into two areas, a small OOC area, where you were safe from harm (that part would have been nice to know the day before), and a larger IC area, where you were vulnerable but able to conduct business as your character and take quests and shit. Mouse-y guy had sat near the OOC area, but not in it. I don't know if that's because he made a mistake or was just so used to Peacock being around to protect him. Mistake either way, actually. The plan was simple, The Colonel and Furfriend approached the Mouse-y little guy and started up a conversation. Douchemiester went and made sure a GM was watching. I walked up and pat them on the back. The hand patting The Colonel was the signal to run. The hand patting the Mouse-y guy was be a dagger sneak attack critical.

    Pic related was Furfriend's face.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:27 No.14879002

    This kind of shenanigans happen only in about 5% of LARPs

    55% are mod wankery and high level players shitting over everyone else, 30% are normal quality and 10% are awesome
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:27 No.14879003
    And which would that be, just out of curiosity?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:27 No.14879006
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    Because people are busy actually shooting each other
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:28 No.14879008



    It's the least shootiest of all Balkan countries
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:29 No.14879010
    I guess LARPS are only fun when you don't care about getting kicked out but do care about beating them at their own game.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:29 No.14879013
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    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:30 No.14879021
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    >least shootiest
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:30 No.14879024

    trips and more OP
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:31 No.14879026
    Because it's a shitty Balkan country. Even if you managed to gather enough people to make it profitable, some local newspaper or TV station would deploy an illiterate moron with no knowledge on the subject to make a report on it, and it would turn into a folk joke/social tragedy of the year. Not to mention all the gypsies, feral peasants, bored cops, thieves and ultrapatriots who'd start gathering for no reason and messing with the game.

    We live in an area that does not qualify as civilized. Suck it in and plan your post-graduation emigration.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:31 No.14879028
    In Germany, the only things that get you kicked out of a LARP are severe enough to get you hauled with the meat wagon.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:32 No.14879031
    Today OP is not a faggot such is the glorious win he has granted us.
    >> Sydhar 05/10/11(Tue)12:33 No.14879034
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    Oh my god, I'm F5ing like crazy.

    Tell me you showed that smug fucker who's boss.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:33 No.14879037
    So to the guy who recommended 4chan+, thanks. This is pretty neat.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:33 No.14879038
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    >meat wagon

    >mfw I have a new name for my penis
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:33 No.14879044

    You speak the truth, fellow anon

    Us Balkanites should form an enclave somewhere in the civilised world
    >> Void Raven !!3LM8mXRKjwg 05/10/11(Tue)12:34 No.14879049

    Also, great story so far OP, thanks for a morning of entertainment.
    >> hungarian LARPfag 05/10/11(Tue)12:36 No.14879064

    nah, the media doesn't give a single fuck about larps in shitty balkan countries
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:36 No.14879067
    OP do not let us down now!!!!
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:37 No.14879069
    Frischfleisch wagen!
    >> hungarian LARPfag 05/10/11(Tue)12:38 No.14879079
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    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:39 No.14879081

    Hungary doesn't really count as Balkan

    Try a LARP in any ex-Yu country. You're practically inviting extremist patriots to beat the shit out of nerds and the media companies hire psychiatrists for sportsmen to bash on video games in prime time.
    >> OP 05/10/11(Tue)12:39 No.14879086
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    A few people noticed but didn't give much of a shit, they may have thought that I was just patting the dude on the back and hadn't sheathed my weapon, no biggie. He quietly (as quietly as you can do something you really don't want to do) slumped over the table and we briskly walked off. We got past a few buildings and shops when we heard an over-exaggerated “My God! He's been MURDERED!” coming from the tavern. By that time we had already put a good amount of distance between us and the tavern, and the guards ran right past us looking for the perpetrator. You have no idea how tempting it was to say “He went that-a-way officer!” Thankfully common sense won out in the end. Eventually the murder of Mouse-y guy's character was wrote off as something from a guild or master assassins or something, nobody could positively identify us. Well, Mouse-y guy could, but that would be metagaming!

    As we walked into the tavern, The Colonel couldn't resist turning around and saying “Ah, I love it when a plan comes together.”

    Pic related
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:40 No.14879091
    Is The Colonel's grandfather Old Man Henderson?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:40 No.14879097
    Just get some Russian reenactors for your show. Guess who'll be doing the beating.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:41 No.14879098
    ...yes, because that's not exactly what our immigrants are doing, so they can enjoy the benefits of living in whatever developed country they chose to infest while still having a social circle within which they can act like howling, drooling savages. If you want to live in Norway or Canada or whatever, you go there, assimilate, and be Norwegians and Canadians. If you want to stay a Balkanite, you stay in the Balkans.

    Also, waiting for OP.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:41 No.14879100
    People, you don't need twenty posts in between each ten minute interval. It'll autosage the thread.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:41 No.14879101
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    >“He went that-a-way officer!”
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:42 No.14879103
    Archive for future reading
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:42 No.14879107

    Security services are fucking expensive.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:43 No.14879109
    Too fucking bad.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:43 No.14879112
    FFFFFuuuuuckkk yeeesss! Seriously, high five these men for us.
    >> Goldstein 05/10/11(Tue)12:43 No.14879114
    Saw the thread this morning before leaving the house.

    Came back and see it is still there.

    Its slow as hell but worth reading until now.

    Good work OP.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:43 No.14879115
    Holy fuck!
    It all makes sense now.
    >> Servant of the Emperor 05/10/11(Tue)12:43 No.14879116
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    Sadly, when you have lordfattius the wunderlanyard and his androgynous cleric shota they'll be meta...
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:44 No.14879119

    Yes, how dare they not learn to howl and drool like the rest of us!

    USA! USA!
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:44 No.14879122
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    >Is The Colonel's grandfather Old Man Henderson?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:44 No.14879123


    AHAHA I love this guy.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:45 No.14879126

    Props to Mouse-y for not metagaming

    (Unless he metagamed)
    >> hungarian LARPfag 05/10/11(Tue)12:45 No.14879128

    depends on which part of Hungary.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:46 No.14879132

    Geographically speaking, Balkan peninsula is south of Sava river. Hungary can't really be a part of it.
    >> OP 05/10/11(Tue)12:49 No.14879147
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    So we heard that the bandit King's castle closed up at night, and it was getting late. We decided to just go for it, this was the last day before the final event and we didn't have much time to waste. It was time to go bandit hunting.

    And now the thread has caught up th what I've got written down. I'm trying to get it put down as fast as I can but typing it up and posting is harder than I thought it would be.

    We headed to where we were told that the bandit king's lair would be. It was a fairly uneventful hike, we ran into a few parties of goblins but at that point we just kinda kept walking forward with our weapons held out and collected the loot afterward. Really wasn't much compared to fighting the higher level boss guy. By the time we could see the bandit's castle (really more like the bandit's fuckton of sheds pushed together, but, immersion) it was already sundown, and this was Saturday. The big event thing happens the next day and we kinda need to get that shard before then. We walk up to the castle gates, surprisingly unguarded, when something goes WHAP extremely loud against the shed next to Douchemiester. We hear a mouse-y little voice chant a spell incantation, after makign sure it missed so he could chant one of his shitty spells, of course.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:49 No.14879149
    If mouse doesn't metagame he will have earned a degree of respect from me dispite following that ass hat peacock around.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:50 No.14879155
    Heh- I find is amusing how this storytime has all the right elements.

    -Cocky, high-level weebo antagonist who abuses his power
    -Small group of underdog heroes, each sufficiently distinctive and all equally contributing to the story
    -Plot to overthrow said cocky weebo

    That formula needs no revising- it's perfect. Carry on OP.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:51 No.14879161
    ...so, I'm not really from Balkans?

    Kind of makes me feel better.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:51 No.14879163

    If he got resurrected, he didn't metagame.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:52 No.14879171


    General mindset of the country you're living in (I'm assuming Slovenia) is a totally different thing.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:53 No.14879176
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    >a mouse-y little voice
    >> hungarian LARPfag 05/10/11(Tue)12:54 No.14879182

    geologically true. But that doesn't stop the rest of europe to think about Hungary as part of the Balkan. And sadly there is a good reason for this...
    Also there are a fuckton of people who thinks that hungarians are slavs too. It's kind of funny how a fuckton of slavs could rage about this.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:55 No.14879191


    I'm raging.

    A little bit.
    >> OP 05/10/11(Tue)12:56 No.14879193
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    We look at the shed wall, and there is a big dent in it. We look on the ground and see what appears to be a regular beanbag. We look behind us and we see Peacock and the little mouse-y fucker who is hefting another beanbag and acting like it's a struggle. Of course Peacock would be able to get him resurrected, but in doing so his lanyard was back to plain black level one. Now, a lot of people think southern boys aren't very bright. Who knows, the standards for what counts as smart tends to change based on who you're asking.\ But any good ol' boy is going to know when you are throwing a bag of fucking rocks at him. And that will piss him off pretty bad. Don't do that. Little life tip.

    Mouse-y was level 1 now, so his spells weren't hurting us much worth a damn. I guess he knew that, and that's why he decided to substitute those little foam pellet things for gravel. If you can't injure the character, injure the player isn't a tactic I agree with, but that doesn't stop it from getting used.

    Peacock was just laughing, acting like we weren't even worth throwing his beanbags. Furfriend grabbed the rock-bag and winged it back at them, more as a “Fuck you” than anything. It sailed true, guided by the God of all the best things, that's the only reason I can come up for why it did what it did.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:57 No.14879210
    Please tell me it brained that cocky fucker.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:57 No.14879212
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    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:58 No.14879214
    Nah, Serbia. At least I'm from the north.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:58 No.14879215

    Broken nose?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:58 No.14879216
    That doesn't happen to be at the Drachenfest, does it?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:58 No.14879219
    Did the feces just become extant? Cause it sounds like the feces just became extant.
    >> hungarian LARPfag 05/10/11(Tue)12:58 No.14879223
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    pic related?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:59 No.14879226

    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)12:59 No.14879227
    Why do you leave us in such agonizing suspense?!
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:00 No.14879234
    OP don't make me rape the F5 button because i will
    >> hungarian LARPfag 05/10/11(Tue)13:00 No.14879236

    I think it was Drachenfest... Or mythodea. But somewhere in germany. I got it from one of the larp threads
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:01 No.14879246
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    > Furfriend hits weeaboo Peacock in presumably sensitive place, likely gonads, face, or hair-knock-off
    > mfw
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:02 No.14879256
    It... Makes no sense...
    >> Sydhar 05/10/11(Tue)13:02 No.14879257
    It hit him in his spell bag.

    Not a euphamism.
    >> Leer 05/10/11(Tue)13:03 No.14879266
    God this is killing me!
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:04 No.14879271
    Please tell me you ruined his hair. My god, that would be perfect. Or it was a wig, which that glorious Furfriend knocked off.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:04 No.14879274
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    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:04 No.14879277
    This thread is the best thing I have seen in a long while. OP, you and your compatriots' deeds shall live forever on in song.
    >> Sapiento !!uRqIonuak+l 05/10/11(Tue)13:04 No.14879278
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:05 No.14879282
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    >Throwing gravel filled beanbags at people
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:05 No.14879289
    this thread shall go down into history
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:05 No.14879290
    aaaaand any respect I had for mouse vanished right there.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:06 No.14879293
    F5'ing like I'm Motherfucking Kenshiro against a bunch of mooks!
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:06 No.14879294

    >a flib flob hobba hobba.jpg

    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:06 No.14879296

    Dear God, what is the source of this image? If it set a historic precedent of medieval Japanese face removal I'd like to read about it.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:07 No.14879298

    Amateur cosmetic surgery handbook
    >> OP 05/10/11(Tue)13:07 No.14879299
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    It flew up and knocked Peacock's little anime hat crest thing off his head, and damn near pulverized it. Now I want to say that we all froze for a second. That could have hit the guy in the head, and really hurting someone because of petty differences in your elfan' games is really shitty. Then we realized that's what they were trying to do to us. Then we didn't feel as bad. Then we laughed. And he was PISSED. He started screaming about how he was going to take that bag as evidence that we were cheating. We told him to go ahead, it was Mouse-y guy's bag. He got a bit more pissed. Then the GM in the castle dungeon thing came out. He hadn't seen what happened, so he thought we were a party going to take on the dungeon. He told us the dungeon was closed for the night, but it'll be open in the morning, two hours before the event. Then he turned to leave. Peacock seemed to forget about us for a moment to curse his timing, and that was all the time we needed.

    We fucking RAN.

    Dude could vaporise us by coughing, we weren't going to tangle with that under equipped in the middle of the forest.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:07 No.14879300
    I somehow have more respect for furries now.

    If that bag hits Peacock in the hair, nose or gonads then that respect is doubled.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:07 No.14879301
    bullets dont work like that bro, without compression built up behind them in something like a tube, they just explode without the 'slug' going anywhere fast. it's pretty safe to throw .22s into a fire while you are next to it...
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:08 No.14879311
    So our little mouse weasel not only metagamed like a motherfucker, but also broke rules and federal laws? Fun times.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:09 No.14879315

    dubs and takes off his hat lol
    >> Goldstein 05/10/11(Tue)13:09 No.14879325
    205 posts and 51 image replies omitted. Click Reply to view.

    Not OP's (including me) please stop posting.
    >> Leer 05/10/11(Tue)13:10 No.14879330
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    f5'ing like a boss.
    Man this is killing me! I must know!
    >> Kreetn 05/10/11(Tue)13:10 No.14879331
    i thought peacock spent all his xp to res mouse? wasn't that what you meant when you said his lanyard was black again? or did you mean that mouse was lvl 1 again?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:10 No.14879332
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    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:11 No.14879339
    Gonna read this in the morning...
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:12 No.14879352
    It's mouse's laniard. Would have been better if it was Peacock's though
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:12 No.14879354
    >We fucking RAN.
    Ah, the CoC approach. Classy.
    >> OP 05/10/11(Tue)13:13 No.14879363
    Mouse-y was lvl 1 again, sorry, I could have made that more clear. Peacock was still basically a rape train

    There was some shitty rez system where the more money you paid the more levels you got to keep. Peacock wasn't about to drop more gold than he needed to on that, I'd assume.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:13 No.14879366
    Mouse went down in levels after being rez'd.

    Fellow LARPfag here and I gotta say, that's a harsh death system. Most games that allow multiple deaths + resurrection have a set number of times you can die in your career and towards the end, you start getting weaker until you Final.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:13 No.14879369

    'The Tale of Douchemeister, The Colonel, Furfriend, and Peacock' is immortalised forever.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:14 No.14879370
    You really think an asshole like that would give up his levels for anything short of a hostess fruit pie?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:15 No.14879383
    Because it costs real money to start a new thread.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:16 No.14879391
    what is a hostess fruit pie, good sir?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:16 No.14879395
    Surely we're not going to make a new thread? It can all fit in here, it doesn't really matter if we go past autosage. It's archived and being followed by a bunch of people.
    >> Leer 05/10/11(Tue)13:17 No.14879404
    Something of good measure I assumne
    >> peacock 05/10/11(Tue)13:17 No.14879407
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:18 No.14879409
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    I'm just passing through from /tv/ and I gotta say none of this makes any sense to me whatsoever. It's all just runes and moonspeak but I'm glad to see you're all having fun.

    Carry on.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:18 No.14879410
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    Little packs of delicious.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:18 No.14879411

    Granted, I threw a wide net.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:18 No.14879418
    A LARP is a Live Action RolePlay. Does it make more sense if I confirm that?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:19 No.14879428
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:20 No.14879442
    >zooey deschanel
    Fucking /tv/, when will you learn.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:23 No.14879468
    we got sticky'd
    >> Leer 05/10/11(Tue)13:23 No.14879470
    Bravo! Any more?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:24 No.14879473
    You got sticky'd, OP.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:25 No.14879482
    Sticky, fuck year.
    Mod is a pretty cool guy.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:25 No.14879485
    >> Kreetn 05/10/11(Tue)13:25 No.14879486
    >mfw sticky
    >mfw i have no face
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:25 No.14879495
    mods being a bro

    more OP
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:26 No.14879496
    Sticked because it took FOUR HOURS to get this far probably.

    Seriously OP loving this and all but goddamn.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:26 No.14879497
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    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:26 No.14879499

    No pressure, OP.
    >> Servant of the Emperor 05/10/11(Tue)13:26 No.14879500
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    I fucking lost it.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:26 No.14879503
    Now OP should stop posting.

    Just for shit and giggles.

    And continue in a new thread
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:28 No.14879519
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    >awesome storytime
    >get stickied
    I thought we were better than this

    mfw saging a sticky
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:28 No.14879521
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    >OP's face when sticky
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:28 No.14879527

    I'm sorry about the stuff I keep saying about you. I know now that some of you are a pretty cool guy to be around.

    Whoever stickied this, you deserve your one free internet.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:29 No.14879530
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    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:29 No.14879534
    This thread deserved a sticky. You've redeemed yourself, moderator.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:29 No.14879535
    It's a sticky my man.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:30 No.14879539
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    And how often do we get stickies that arent locked?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:30 No.14879544
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    I was posting in this thread before it got cool. Now I just do it ironically.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:31 No.14879545
    /tg/ proof that we can be civilized if we try or if we're united under a banner of awesome.

    Also; need to know what happens next.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:31 No.14879549
    Indeed! The moderation around here has significantly improved in recent times. Bravo, radmins.
    But enough about the mods, on with the story!
    >> Servant of the Emperor 05/10/11(Tue)13:31 No.14879550
    Every once in a while when some real shit goes down, like the Necrosoft Skeleton Super Computer
    >> Leer 05/10/11(Tue)13:31 No.14879553
    Indeed in all cases so it would seem
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:32 No.14879557
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    This is great OP
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:33 No.14879567
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    >Mfw Mods made this thread a sticky
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:33 No.14879573
    Wasn't posting before because I didn't want to make the autosage quicker, but now that it's stickied...

    >> Sydhar 05/10/11(Tue)13:34 No.14879584
    OP, you should have taken one of the feathers from his broken headpiece and stuck it in your cap.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:35 No.14879589
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    Bumping a sticky
    >> OP 05/10/11(Tue)13:36 No.14879597
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    Thankfully running wasn't the strong suit of someone used to just throwing area of effect spells at things and receiving praise. If he had gotten into insta-kill range that would have been the end of the story.Pic related narrowly avoided The bad news is that going back to the tavern was probably not going to end well. The good news is, lowbie sleeping quarters were a PVP-free zone, at the expense of basically sleeping in a shitty barracks. So we decided to just go back and rest up for tomorrow, we needed to be early for our plan to work.

    Now I'd like to say that we had planned to rush into the dungeon and clear it ourselves, come back, be smug, the end. But we were still only lvl 3, and this was a dungeon Peacock was recruiting a party for. So we'd do them one better. Why bother recruiting a big posse when he's already done the work for us? Just sneak in after them, let them take all the fights, we'll grab the loot and the shard. I would like to point out that it was a patented The Colonel(tm) plan, so we didn't really see a way that it could fail. Overconfidence is a dangerous thing.

    The next morning we all got as prepared as we could. Spent basically all of our cash on potions, I bought a sticker that made my crossbow +2, Furfriend bought an enchantment for his shield so he could block spells with it, The Colonel got some stuff that made his clothes damage resistant like chain mail, and Douchemiester basically loaded himself up for bear with spell recharges. He also slipped off for a bit while we were shopping. When we asked him where the hell he went, he just said “It's a poor fool that goes into hell without insurance”

    We told him to cut the shit and tell us but he insisted on being vague, we figured he just had a potion of not die or something.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:36 No.14879598
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:36 No.14879600
    Oh a sticky? I usually don't read long stories here since I have better things to do, but this has convinced me OP came up with at the very least a middlingly amusing story. Proceeding...
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:38 No.14879610

    >Potion of not die

    You are a walking catchphrase machine, my good man.

    Also, I hope he didn't tell you for reasons of suspense.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:38 No.14879611
    Guys i think our mod loves us again.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:39 No.14879616
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    Someone better be screencapping this shit for future posting in best /tg/ stories threads

    Also I am now deleting this image from the hard drive, because our mods have ascended to godhood again.
    >> SOLID !SNAKE/WR/Q 05/10/11(Tue)13:39 No.14879619
    This thread is glorious, OP. Please continue at your leisure.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:40 No.14879622
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    Loving this! Don't quit on us now OP.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:40 No.14879623
    Oh god, Douchemeister sold you out, didn't he?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:42 No.14879630
    This story is better than cocaine.

    If there is a drawfag among us, I implore you, draw these guys. Dwarvern-Cat-Ears, +2 Crossbow of Physics Fucking; everything.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:42 No.14879635
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:43 No.14879641
    If he did
    We will find him
    And fire the +2 Crossbow of Physics Fucking down his throat
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:43 No.14879646
    No way, I bet it's a simple but awesome mcguffin that will save the party's asses
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:43 No.14879650
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    keep going OP.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:44 No.14879652

    He got a rat into Peacock's group?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:44 No.14879655
    If there was such an enchantment, you should have gotten rapid fire instead of +2.

    Cause it's a nerf rapid weapon that shoots across wal-mart parking lots.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:46 No.14879665
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    inb4 Douchemeister bought a gun and murdered Peacock.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:46 No.14879667
    Oh damn this is unfortunately taking too long for me. Can you just drop us some cliff notes OP? You have some rough drafts and idea sheets left around from the planning phase anyway, yes?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:47 No.14879673

    It's archived anyway, just read it later.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:47 No.14879675
    Or just read the whole damn thing tomorrow from the archive.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:47 No.14879678
    >Implying the story should end anything other than perfectly
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:48 No.14879679

    >“It's a poor fool that goes into hell without insurance”

    For what it's worth Douchemeister is absolutely right.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:50 No.14879699
    I personally am hoping that Peacock McDickface racked up so many enemies the time he's there that he finds a United Force of Fuck You waiting for him at the end.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:50 No.14879705
    Bless my stars, this thread is so good. Thank you OP.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:53 No.14879727
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:53 No.14879733
    rolled 49 = 49

    I saw the opening to this thread at 7.30 AM chan time.

    I figured it was another 'skip it' story thread.

    I was wrong.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:54 No.14879738
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    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:54 No.14879740
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    >mfw this story

    Usually don't read this, but if it reaches sticky levels than it must be good, and oh god how I am loving this.
    Op you are a glorious bastard.

    Sad that in my shitty country there isn't LARP, hell I can't even find people who play DnD
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:55 No.14879747
    >usually don't read storytime
    Fuck man, that's one of the best parts of /tg/
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:55 No.14879748
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    Bind F5 to mouse.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:56 No.14879752
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    I almost wish my local larp group had had more shitty members, just so I could tell awesome stories like OP.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:56 No.14879754
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    I love storytime
    I love /tg/
    Good job OP you've made daytime /tg/ glorious
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:56 No.14879759
    While I cringe at every second sentence of the Americun LARP, this is an awesome story (and a reminder that fun is fun, no matter the authenticity)
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:58 No.14879768
    I recognise that gu...

    Oh, right, he just looks like every other LARPer and a bunch of normal nerds I know.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:58 No.14879773
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    Not the guy who posted it, but I know it's from this big torrent of Japanese scrolls/woodblocks/paintings:


    Enjoy yourself.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)13:59 No.14879778
    Did you notice that his right forearm is bulkier than his left? I'm sure you know a bunch of nerds like that.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:00 No.14879791
    >>Look again
    >> Guybrarian 05/10/11(Tue)14:00 No.14879794

    I was going to actually have a productive day in the office.

    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:01 No.14879797
    different angles bro
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:01 No.14879798
    Also, the tip-end of his sword blurs the walls behind it. And that arm's skin is a different colour. And the glove is too.

    I think that entire arm and weapon might be shooped in.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:01 No.14879802
    tabs bro, do both
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:01 No.14879803
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    huzzah OP, thanks for the epic story !
    A billion free internet for you !
    >> OP 05/10/11(Tue)14:02 No.14879807
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    So we went off down the path to the castle, keeping an eye out for Peacock's party. Eventually we capped a hill and saw him fighting in front of the castle. He was easy to pick out because of the horribly mangled hat/crest/thing. From what we could tell it was Peacock, Mousey and about 4 other dudes. Our confidence was shaken somewhat by that, as our chances of being found were exponentially higher than what we had assumed. Also, the idea that he had to take a party of 6 to take this place kinda shot our idea that we could take care of straggling mobs by ganging up on them. We hoped that he had just brought a bunch of newbies along to let them watch him be awsome, because if he actually needed those guys we were fucked.

    We waited until they had entered the castle proper before we approached. There were beanbags everywhere, which was another bad sign. Whole thing looked like pic related. It just meant that he had enough ammunition that he didn't care about picking it back up. We scavenged what we could off the battlefield outside, since there were some lesser potions and shit that were basically vendor trash for a higher level party that was precious HP to us. We gathered ourselves up and jumped in, hoping that they weren't just inside waiting for us.
    >> hungarian LARPfag 05/10/11(Tue)14:02 No.14879808

    It's not bulkier, only his right forearm is in a different pose
    >> Guybrarian 05/10/11(Tue)14:02 No.14879809

    I am, dude, I bloody am.

    I am pressing Command + R so fast I think this might be labelled as sexual assault.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:02 No.14879812
    Not all American LARPs are like that, but unfortunately Nero has cast a pall of darkness over all. Which isn't to say that Nero is terrible, just that the entire manner in which they handle combat, progression, and 'safety (ie: 'legal ass covering') is a pox on the house of Larp.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:02 No.14879813
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    Hope you like some shitscribble. Best I could do.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:03 No.14879816
    and the sleeve is blurred where it meets the arm... damn you might just be right
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:03 No.14879820

    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:04 No.14879821

    Different angles may be distorting it, but it is true. However, that extreme difference I would rather attribute to him being a fencer than being a nerd.
    >> hungarian LARPfag 05/10/11(Tue)14:04 No.14879822

    you are not a real expert, are you?
    >> Guybrarian 05/10/11(Tue)14:07 No.14879846
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    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:07 No.14879849
    Of course not. But it's the internet- who knows.
    But my two cents is that the pic doesn't look all that real, if you single out that arm + sword.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:08 No.14879852
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    keep on the good job OP.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:09 No.14879856
    yes... Yes...YES...
    >> Goldstein 05/10/11(Tue)14:10 No.14879862
    are you dim?

    almost 5 hours, oh boy, but it is so good..
    >> hungarian LARPfag 05/10/11(Tue)14:10 No.14879864

    I know because I was there. I can show you other pictures with this guy, or from that event. It was in 2009.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:11 No.14879871
    Then do. Show more of the fapping-arm and that sword.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:11 No.14879874
    This tale shall live in the legends.

    Also someone should add this to /tg/ wiki
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:12 No.14879875
    F5ing like the fist of north star
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:12 No.14879880
    Holy shit.
    This is the best storytime EVER.
    (That one guy who stole the rings and pwned the douchebag a close second of course)
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:13 No.14879888
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    >> Aerkhan !NZoxpksmdE 05/10/11(Tue)14:14 No.14879891
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    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:14 No.14879892
    We haven't reached the climax. Once we have, we can decide wether The Colonel > The Ring Bearer
    >> Kreetn 05/10/11(Tue)14:16 No.14879902
    got a link to that one? i haven't read the ringbearer.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:16 No.14879904
    I really need to work on this essay about 20th Century Literature, but fuck that, this story is gold.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:17 No.14879909
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    F5 F5 F5
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:17 No.14879912

    Who is this ringbearer and how may i read of his stories?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:18 No.14879917
    I don't want to dump all seven parts. Here's the link.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:18 No.14879919
    Hear, hear.
    This is heavily influencing the will to work xD

    Awesome story so far OP!
    >> OP 05/10/11(Tue)14:18 No.14879921
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    Haha, yes! That's almost exactly that the shield and ears looked like! I'm going to show him next time I get the chance, he'll probably laugh his ass off.

    Fortunately, the layout was something like Furfriend had assumed. He actually build something like a much smaller scale version of this for the purpose of storing tools. He knows a bit about the type of crappy metal and wooden sheds they used to jury-rig this place into existence, and he figured it would be cramped. He had devised a battle strategy, He would stand in front, having the shield and all, The Colonel would be behind him because his halberd gave him enough reach, Douchemiester would be in the middle-back since he's the squishiest but can reach almost anywhere, and I was pullin up the caboose, since I could take a hit and reach just about anywhere with my crossbow. We spent a lot of time slowly creeping through that place, paranoid as fuck that Peacock was going to turn the corner with a heart full of haberdashery based revenge and a hand full of greater explode spell.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:19 No.14879922
    I must have missed this, someone have a link?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:19 No.14879923
    I respectfully disagree. The fall of Ulcik was simply... better than that. This story is good, but It still lacks that something which would made It above the other larp stories. So far It only has a narrator with good catchphrases and The Colonel.
    >> Kreetn 05/10/11(Tue)14:19 No.14879924
    thanks, pal. you're a right prince.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:19 No.14879927
    OH yeah. I didn't make the connection between 'Ring Bearer' and this thread. Epic, certainly.

    Let's see wether this matches it.
    >> Guybrarian 05/10/11(Tue)14:20 No.14879938
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    My first thought.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:20 No.14879940
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:21 No.14879943

    >Peacock was going to turn the corner with a heart full of haberdashery based revenge and a hand full of greater explode spell.

    I love you, and I love your way with words.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:21 No.14879944
    >(That one guy who stole the rings and pwned the >douchebag a close second of course)

    Link plz?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:21 No.14879946
    >a heart full of haberdashery based revenge

    You are fucking killing me OP, holy shit.
    This thread is a fucking quotable goldmine
    >> hungarian LARPfag 05/10/11(Tue)14:23 No.14879955
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    the guy with a larp sword. Searching for that specific sword
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:24 No.14879960
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    keep going OP!
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:24 No.14879962
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    Now let's stop asking.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:24 No.14879964
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:24 No.14879967
    This thread is awesome.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:25 No.14879973
    >Awesome thread
    >Get sticky
    /tg/ confirmed for best board.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:26 No.14879977

    i need sauce on the gif that while i wait for op
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:26 No.14879979
    mfw when people keep bumping the thread to only say they are f5ing and only end up reducing the image limit.

    Oh wait, i dont have one.
    Because I'd like the op to continue
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:26 No.14879981
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    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:27 No.14879986
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    This is awesome. Tell me it's real OP. Please. I really want it to be real, but I know that its almost certainly not.

    And I think I'm done complaining about harsh moderation because our mod has redeemed himself with this sticky.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:28 No.14879990
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:28 No.14879991
    So, there was ringbearer, ringbearer II, and that weird story with the knights and the marriage.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:28 No.14879992
    It's a sticky now, silly.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:28 No.14879994
    But Mr. Sarcasm, sir!
    OP don't need no pictures to continue with the story!
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:31 No.14880010
    Oh yeah, Brotherhood of the Dicks. Story with the knights and the marriage tournament was a fanfic made by someone else
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:31 No.14880011
    I think only the first one actually happened. The others were fanfic.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:33 No.14880014
    this thread better be here tommorow
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:34 No.14880022
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    I predict this story will end with a humiliated Peacock and the Colonel making an Ainsley Harriot reactionface as he basks in delicious LARPer tears.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:34 No.14880023
    Kind of like how
    don't need no pictures for the OP to continue with the story?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:36 No.14880036
    Isn't posting image macro replies outside of /b/ a bannable offence?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:37 No.14880041
    What is it about Ainsley that gets his face posted everywhere?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:37 No.14880044
    Dude, you make no sense.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:37 No.14880046

    You are ruining everyone's fun.

    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:38 No.14880050
    Being bald and black?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:38 No.14880056
    Well, let's see...


    Welcome to the rest of 4chan.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:39 No.14880060
    It's a signature of /v/irgins
    >> OP 05/10/11(Tue)14:40 No.14880070
    We kept listening for the sounds of fighting and yelling, because we wanted to stay close enough that they took care of the monsters for us, but not so close that they actually found us. We hit a major lucky break when we found a shield on the wall. Either Peacock's party had passed it up or had just figured it was a random decoration, but The Colonel actually took a good look at it. Turns out it was enchanted to offer physical damage resistance equal to plate armor, over your entire body. This was some high level shit, and it actually served to make us more nervous about the monsters here. That diminished somewhat when Furfriend decided to dual wield the shields and become an impenetrable wall of shield. With how cramped most of the rooms and especially the hallways were, it was basically like being covered in a shell.

    We hit a few combat encounters, but we dealt with most of them in the same boring way, kill it as quickly and quietly as we could, while hiding behind our portable wall. We were winning the fights, but at the cost of like a potion or so for each person. The pressure was really piling to find the damn shard and get out of there. The death mechanics in this LARP were team based. If your whole team was wiped, THEN you are dead. If you still had someone on your team, or who would be willing to claim to be on your team to rez you, then you could be resurrected. But with stuff like the shards awarding magic items to the team that finds them first, most people weren't going to step in and pull your ass out of the fire. This system was horribly skewed towards higher level players and the lowbies basically got jack shit. If one of you dies, chances are it's going to be a total party wipe. With that in mind, we were doing some dangerous shit.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:40 No.14880072
    Welcome to 4chan, newfriend.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:40 No.14880073
    If ribbonfag is to be believed, none of them are actually real.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:41 No.14880081
    It's against the rules, doesn't say if its bannable or not. And TBH it's not enforced. And TBQFH the rule shouldn't exist since EVERY board violates it on an hourly basis and no one is banned over it. But by all means, continue bringing up the rules. this is 4chan. we're big on rules here.
    >> hungarian LARPfag 05/10/11(Tue)14:42 No.14880082
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    ok, I made a mistake. It was from 2010, but I got the original picture, with the exif.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:42 No.14880083
    Wait, reading the rules makes me a newfag?

    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:42 No.14880084
    >dual-wielding shields

    sure is brandish in here
    >> Guybrarian 05/10/11(Tue)14:42 No.14880089

    >dual wield

    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:43 No.14880092
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:43 No.14880096
    Why hasn't that rule been removed yet?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:44 No.14880098
    No, it makes you a newfriend.
    We're all friends here.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:44 No.14880099
    Actaully, he claimed ringbearer was real, but "embellished". The sequel he just made up.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:44 No.14880100
    This might end in tragedy.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:45 No.14880106
    not necessarily, but you've not been around long enough to see what rules are actually enforced and which are not. THAT makes you a newfag. reading all the rules and insisting others follow them makes you an asspie.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:45 No.14880109

    Now we only need Douchemeister doing some awesome shit.

    And OP. To be honest, OP is only the third most amazing person in the team
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:46 No.14880110
    Guess I misremembered, then. Not too surprising.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:46 No.14880112
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:46 No.14880113
    Dual wield shield made with the corpses of cats.

    My fucking god, this Dwarf stepped out of Dwarf Fortress or something. More so by the second.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:47 No.14880119
    4chan rules = driving rules
    Reaction images are like speeding; most cops (mods) will let you by unless you're being super-stupid about it. Posting porn on a SFW board is like driving the wrong way on the interstate, while trolling is gun-waving roadrage. Those get a cop's attention.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:47 No.14880120
    Because the rule page hasn't been updated for years and the macros were a pretty bad plague at one point. It's ok to post them as long as they're actually decent and you are not spamming them.
    >> OP 05/10/11(Tue)14:50 No.14880133
    Yeah, whenever I tell this story I always tell people that The Colonel is the real main character of it. He always fucking hates that if he's around
    >> Leer 05/10/11(Tue)14:50 No.14880134
    My exact thoughts
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:50 No.14880135
    Yeah, I don't think they've been updated since that one clusterfuck of a day on /b/ in 2005.
    >> S 05/10/11(Tue)14:50 No.14880136
    Posting porn on a SFW board is like driving under the influence of drugs. It can be fun for you any maybe the passengers but when the cops find out they're pissed.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:50 No.14880137
    I've been on 4chan for two years.

    I merely raised a question concerning that rule because I haven't seen any person being banned from posting a image macro.

    Call me ignorant and a asspie but I keep hearing plenty of reports from people being banned by the mods for stupid ass reasons recently. And I just want to cautious.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:55 No.14880166
    >Call me ignorant and a asspie
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:56 No.14880175
    Hey, come on guys.

    We're hear to read about some Peacock fucker getting ganked.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:56 No.14880178
    No no no you got It wrong, OP.
    I stated It wrong. It's your pov and your thoughts makes this story entertaining. People like secondary characters for their actions but they also love protagonists with witty comments. Pretty much like you.
    Ever watched Haruhi Suzumiya series? Think Kyon, except /tg/ version.
    >> OP 05/10/11(Tue)14:57 No.14880182
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    We crept up to a big obvious “The boss is in here please charge through like a dumbass” door, and Furfriend cracked it as much as he could so I could see inside. There was the boss of the dungeon, wearing a lanyard color I hadn't even seen before and twiddling his thumbs, reading a book. I guess he expected whoever was going to be coming thorugh that door to do it loudly. Remember in the begenning of the story, where I told you about The Colonel and the hornet's nest dare? Well, I drew the short straw this time. Everyone hid as well as they could, if he saw them then the plan was a failure . I gently threw my dagger into the room, bopping him gently in the side. He looked up at me in shock. I looked back and said “Dagger sneak attack Critical” We both kind of sat there for a second, until I remembered that I kind of needed to fucking run. Run like YESTERDAY.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:58 No.14880184
    Right. But image macros- which comprise every other post on pretty much all the boards- is not one of those rules.

    Anyway, welcome to /tg/. Find a quest-thread and a link to some xenophilia, and enjoy your stay.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)14:59 No.14880192
    Why is this stickied?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:00 No.14880195

    Only some kind of tactical genius could....
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:00 No.14880196
    Because it's fucking awesome and the mod is a bro.
    >> Zoroark girl !eJ61/B76dM 05/10/11(Tue)15:00 No.14880199
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:00 No.14880200
    Why do you sage a stickied thread?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:00 No.14880203
    peacock will not get ganked.

    he'll get lost, and find that the shard is gone while OP & friends are running back to town going FFFFFFFFFFF
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:00 No.14880204
    >two years
    Well at least It's not a "whole summer".
    And retarded mods are the curse of 4chan. Being banned for stupid reasons was always here.
    But only recently people started to care
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:01 No.14880205
    >Saging a sticky
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:02 No.14880215
    Then why the hell is it still stated under the global rules?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:02 No.14880217
    As a polite indication his remark is off-topic. He follows proper protocol. Saging is an off-topic indication (contrary to popular belief).
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:03 No.14880221
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:03 No.14880225
    Just to piss you off.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:04 No.14880228

    shut up peacock
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:04 No.14880232
    Its kinda pointless in a sticky.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:05 No.14880243
    Because moot can't be bothered to change them. It's been like that for years.
    >> Psyker Ted 05/10/11(Tue)15:05 No.14880245
    rolled 67 = 67

    Just as politeness is kinda pointless in real life. ammirite?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:05 No.14880248
    Because NOBODY cares about the rules.
    Except the newones.
    Seriously, the site is still running so what to change?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:06 No.14880254
    You clearly have not been here long enough to understand what power the rules have here. Just assume we know what we're doing, otherwise everyone on /tg/ would be banned right now.
    >> OP 05/10/11(Tue)15:06 No.14880257
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    I was bookin' it the hell out of there like it was free bacon day pretty much anywhere else. You ever played the Monster Hunter games? Yeah, that kind of bookin' it. The guys said they almost burst out laughing, ruining the whole thing. My mission was simple, kite the boss into Peacock's party while Bravo Team pulls the old switcheroo' and pic related'ed the shard with one of those plastic jewels off of Douchemiester's staff.

    I remember following the sounds of the fighting , and I guess the Boss must have thought I was fleeing to my party. I WAS fleeing to SOMEONES party, so he wasn't 100% wrong. I remember turning the corner and seeing Peacock's party fighting with some mooks, with Peacock himself standing back looking rather bored, tossing the occasional beanbag into combat without really aiming. Guess he didn't care if he hit allies. I ran up and grabbed his hat from behind, and shouted “WHAT'S UP PEACOCK? HOPE YOU'RE NOT TOO CHICKEN FOR THE BOSS! BUK-BUK-BUCKAUGH!”

    I would like to point out that I never said I was a clever man.
    >> Psyker Ted 05/10/11(Tue)15:06 No.14880262
    rolled 72 = 72

    I saw what you did there mod.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:07 No.14880265
    No, it's more like performing CPR on a skeleton.
    It's not going to achieve anything.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:08 No.14880272
    I don't see saging as a form of etiquette at all really.

    Because most forms involve body language and words.

    Saging just feels like going outside naked and expect people to ignore you.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:08 No.14880273
    probably to keep it from autosaging due to high amount of noise posts, I'd wager

    (sorry for contributing to that btw)
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:08 No.14880275
    Could we NOT derail this awesome thread into metafaggotry? I'm here to enjoy storytime.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:08 No.14880276
    Your a slick bastard OP.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:08 No.14880278
    So awesome.
    My internets, take all of them.
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    You deserve this.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:09 No.14880280
    Psyker ted, what did he do?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:09 No.14880281
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    >I never said I was a clever man.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:09 No.14880286
    Oh holy shit yet
    >> Slaaneshi whore lord 05/10/11(Tue)15:10 No.14880291
    fucking priceless.

    also whoever pointed me to 4chan x thank you much, it's awesome
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:11 No.14880293
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    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:11 No.14880295
    You are about to experience your first lesson in 4chan; don't tell people you're new.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:11 No.14880296
    I believe moot is an orthodox Discordian in disguise. Some rules that are written down are not enforced; and some that are not written down are fairly important (#63 being the most awesome one). It's all a giant Schrödinger's cat-and-mouse game where you can't really know the exact nature of a rule before it is enforced.
    But in reality, your guess is as good as mine, since it is the followers of Eris we are talking about, and they have no agenda apart from making everyone think they have no agenda.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:12 No.14880301
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    See, OP?
    It's charisma that counts. Fcknawsm
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:12 No.14880303
    Alot of things, like the ability to embed youtube videos, music, and links.

    More specifically, /tg/ needs god damn spoiler tags.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:13 No.14880307

    >> Slaaneshi whore lord 05/10/11(Tue)15:14 No.14880310
    I'm not new, I post quite a bit on here. my sister drawfags from time to time. I have just never used 4chan x or greasemonkey before today.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:14 No.14880311
    im new, but which one am i?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:14 No.14880313
    Oh man, i had such an awesome couple of days now, and just before sleep I get this. I love you guys.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:15 No.14880320

    No, anon, I am the newfags
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:15 No.14880322
    It's currently 5:15 am local time, and I have uni in a few hours. POST FASTER!
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:15 No.14880323
    Douchemeister is obviously going to be the backstabbing bastard.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:16 No.14880324
    >spoiler tags
    Why, so we can hide porn and terrible punchlines?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:17 No.14880331
    >the ability to embed youtube videos, music
    You lose speaking privelages.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:17 No.14880332
    He's referring to the web browser addon. We were talking about it earlier in the thread, to pass the time
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:18 No.14880341

    That, or a magnificent bastard.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:18 No.14880346
    Just think how it would revolutionize Doorforged threads.

    It'd just open up everything.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:18 No.14880347
    The Chrome 4chan add-on does most of these things. Embedded youtube, links, even automatically updates threads so I don't ever have to press f5.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:18 No.14880348
    Why would you want to hide that?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:18 No.14880349
    Why yes, and still maintaining the visage of a SFW board to boot.

    Good thing I typed it instead, am I right?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:19 No.14880353
    Sounds fine to me.
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    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:19 No.14880355
    Pretty much yeah. The puns just aren't the same without spoilers.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:20 No.14880362
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:21 No.14880365
    This thread has inspired me with awesome. I think I'll finally get around to cutting up that old barbecue in my back yard to make some gauntlets. Need some leather still, though...
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:21 No.14880366
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    go on
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:22 No.14880371
    >youtube videos, music, and links.
    You're crazy.
    I'll tell you one thing. Spam. Lots and lots of It. Among the other problems
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:22 No.14880372
    fffffffffffffffffffffffu. I started reading the thread thinking the story was already finished, but no! Now I have to join in on the F5'ing like there's no tomorrow.

    Bracing for gloriousness
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:23 No.14880374
    Pro tip: He's bullshitting.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:24 No.14880386
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:24 No.14880389

    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:24 No.14880391
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:24 No.14880392
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    Rule 63.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:25 No.14880397
    You're telling me I can't do things the mods and even Moot has done to piss off the /b/tards and /v/irgins with viral videos and music?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:25 No.14880398
    Get it, love it.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:25 No.14880401
    rolled 75 = 75

    You don't know what he's talking about.

    You don't embed them yourself. If someone posts a youtube link, you don't have to go to a different tab or whatever. You just click play right on 4chan.

    Not only that, but the quick reply feature is nice. I just click reply, I enter whatever, and do captcha in a tiny little window that pops up. The page doesn't even reload, or anything.

    Then, they have the refresh counter. It's at the bottom, and soft refreshes the page whenever you want it to. I have mine set to two seconds, so every two seconds the page is updated, without having to refresh. The second someone posts, it comes up for me, without having to wait for the page to load.

    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:26 No.14880405
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    >mfw i read this thread. Also,


    Protip: Goodwill/Salvation army purses. cheap soft leather for arming gloves.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:27 No.14880408
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:27 No.14880419
    don't support goodwill, they're a bunch of assholes on the inside
    >> Slaaneshi whore lord 05/10/11(Tue)15:28 No.14880423
    any other addons for greasemonkey I should look into?
    I got 4sight earlier which is what prompted the downloading of greasemonkey, and I have 4chan x now....what others do you recommend?
    >> Xenobiologist 05/10/11(Tue)15:28 No.14880427
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    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:28 No.14880429
    Right, exactly.
    Now shut up, we're here for story time, not to listen to you menstruate.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:29 No.14880434
    Hm, never thought of that. What about leather belts? The ones made these days seem kinda cheap, though.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:30 No.14880446
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    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:31 No.14880457

    Post counter
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:32 No.14880462
    Update OP!!
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:32 No.14880468
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    >Six hour thread
    >Cannot leave for fear of missing awesome
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:33 No.14880474
    Come on OP don't leave me hanging
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:33 No.14880478
    Are you talking to me?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:35 No.14880492
    You gonna be an internet tough guy now?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:35 No.14880500
    Are you talking to me?!
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:35 No.14880501
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    I love segmented belts. you can create a pattern of leather plates and then lace them together for a belt or, if you make large enough plates, a girdle. Pic related, a buddy-o-mine's project. I recommend HEAVY leather for that; 10-13 oz. Chech your local Tandy's for half or quarter hides. They may even have scrap, that'll be cheap as shit.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:37 No.14880513
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    >read entire thread
    >expect punchline
    >"come on op we're waiting"
    >I realize the thread is not yet over


    >> OP 05/10/11(Tue)15:37 No.14880514
    I left the boss and Peacock to ruffle each others feathers for a bit and ran back to where the rest of the guys were. Thankfully it wasn't that hard to find my way back. I was honestly feeling in high spirits. We basically had this one in the bag. That is until I passed Douchemiester with his badge flipped to “dead” walking back to town.

    I ran to the boss room and saw pretty much the thing I had hoped I wouldn't. Peacock standing over Furfriend, who looked up at me with a “Nothing I could do, man” look on his face. I couldn't see The Colonel anywhere. I guess the boss wasn't as much of a distraction as The Colonel'd hoped. I tried to fire my crossbow at Peacock, but he was faster on the draw with his beanbags. He dealt about 1.5 tiems my HP with one blow, and I went down. He turned around and grabbed the shard off the pedestal, talking about how you don't fight a land war in Asia, ect. I was a bit too busy feeling pissed about how we were SO CLOSE to listen to his villain monologue. That's when I saw The Colonel's hand grab my crossbow off the floor, he fired the last shot I had loaded. It bounced off Peacock's back and he casually tossed an area of effect spell in our direction, killing the Colonel instantly.

    Of course he walked with us on the way back to base, he had to gloat. I asked him where the hell the rest of his party was, he said they must have gotten killed and walked back or something, he didn't care. He said he sent Mousey back because “God, a level one in that dungeon? No way am I going to deal with babysitting that!” Couldn't really shake the guy, since we were going in the same direction.

    When we got to town, everyone was ready for the ceremony to join the magical plot pieces into the whatever of who-the-fuck-cares-we-lost. We were feeling pretty down until we saw Douchemiester sitting in the crowd waving at us. Then we were just confused at the huge shit eating grin he had.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:37 No.14880518
    >leave for class at 12:30
    >Thread is stickied
    Welp, time to catch up then.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:38 No.14880526
    I started reading this thread at my brother's place this morning. Now I'm at work using the internets on the computer up in the front check-out aisle.

    THIS. IS. TOO. EPIC!!!!
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:38 No.14880529
    >> Zach !!m1zNwNhpIw+ 05/10/11(Tue)15:39 No.14880540
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    Douchemeister had a plan so cunning, you could pin a tail on it and call it a weasel. Am I right?
    >> Guybrarian 05/10/11(Tue)15:39 No.14880543

    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:40 No.14880545
    Douchemiester saves the day!
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:40 No.14880546
    Hey that's not a bad idea. Ideally right now all I want is some leather that would hold the metal plates I'm cutting together in a respectable fashion, durability over appearance, though.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:40 No.14880549
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    Put em' up good sir!
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:40 No.14880553
    In B4 they withhold their piece of the shard, thereby dooming the town.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:41 No.14880559
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    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:42 No.14880562
    Don't tell me that Douchemeister betrayed them?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:42 No.14880564
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    Before I read this thread, I was not a man.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:42 No.14880566
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    I'm sat here, painting a fuck tonne of Salamanders and F5ing this thread.

    Good use of time.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:43 No.14880570
    Oh god I laughed! Fucking hell man, he made it out alive and left fucking plastic shit for peacock didnt he?! And now peacock is going to be fucking ridiculed and you are going to be ressurected because your entire party wasnt really dead after all!

    Didnt he?


    Or did I just digress like a mother`fucker?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:44 No.14880579
    Both links are broken for me
    What happened?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:44 No.14880580
    went on a job interview, got the job, came back, thread still up.

    now I'm pissed because I have to show up for training and OP needs to write faster.

    Thanks for the job OP, I'm attributing my success to your larp-winning power thread.
    >> Leer 05/10/11(Tue)15:45 No.14880587
    I can see where this is going to end...
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:46 No.14880595
    >got the job
    Congratulations man!
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:47 No.14880597

    >durability over appearance

    Oh, yeah. Definately 10 oz. minimum. Heavy tooling leather is durable shit. It's not the most attractive stuff, nor is very plyable...but it'll last forever.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:48 No.14880600
    It wasn't a potion of not-dead....

    It was a potion of appear-dead! The switch was successful!
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:48 No.14880607
    Op you got a man a job.

    Now ON WITH THE STORY WE DEMAND MORE. If I still needed to refresh I would be f5ing so fast Kenshiro would be jealous
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:49 No.14880613
    its just some last minute after school art teacher dick around with 6 year olds and crayons, and hey... the school year is ending next month. it beats unemployment, marginally.



    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:50 No.14880618

    The surprise he bought!
    A potion of 'invisible like a boss' and Magical-McGuffin-a-like!
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:52 No.14880626
    I bet he made a fake shard, got a potion of fake death/invisibility, and switched the fake with the real one, only to walk off unimpeded with the treasure.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:53 No.14880639
    op, I am a straight man. however, for you, I'll switch sides
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:53 No.14880644
    Come on, OOOOOOOOP. I've come all the way from /m/ to /tg/ and I'm staying basically for your thread.

    Well, because I want to recover my old days of rpgs. But that's besides the point. More OP, I'm begging you.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:55 No.14880652
    >heart attacks waiting for a story

    Seriously guys, quit posting how you're jackhammering F5 and demanding the OP to continue. Give him a few minutes, posting like this isn't making him work any faster.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:55 No.14880653
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    > mfw I remember "sparkly shit falling off of Douchmeister's staff
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:55 No.14880659

    Nope, he's not.


    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:56 No.14880663
    Gah, I've caught up. Post!
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:56 No.14880665
    This thread has been going for nearly seven hours, I am beginning to wonder if Op's hands hurt, or if he is just distracted as fuck.
    >> Leer 05/10/11(Tue)15:56 No.14880666
    habits die hard. Hobbits die harder
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:56 No.14880667
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    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:57 No.14880676
    He is not OP anymore.

    He has become one with the board.
    >> Laughing God 05/10/11(Tue)15:58 No.14880686
    This is now my signature on msn. Thank you Leer.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)15:59 No.14880702
    Where would I acquire this sort of leather? I have a welding vest/arm cover, however it's sort of a relic in my family and it's scummed up like crazy. You mentioned a Tandy's (or someone did), what is that place?
    >> Guybrarian 05/10/11(Tue)15:59 No.14880703
    Fuck, I don't want to do this, but I'm taking my lunch break now. OP, I EXPECT POST WHEN I'M BACK.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:00 No.14880705
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    10/10 OP, this shit is golden.

    I'd like a beer now...
    >> Leer 05/10/11(Tue)16:00 No.14880708
    Not a problem
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:00 No.14880712
    It's a leather craft shop
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:01 No.14880720
    I genuinely laughed a lot

    +10 Internets for you sir
    >> E-Tan !T2yDkuD3Zg 05/10/11(Tue)16:01 No.14880722
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    oh my god, OP.
    Keep going. I'll crack open a beer while waiting for this epic story to continue.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:02 No.14880732
    Holy shit god damn cunting fuck keep posting

    it is threads like this that makes /tg/ the best board on the intertubes
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:02 No.14880737
    OP and Mod, I have to run to the store and must do so on foot! I ask only that this thread not be unsticked for the day. That if anything should happen I can see the end of this great tale.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:03 No.14880742
    Homygod, I never knew such a place existed!
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:03 No.14880744


    They're all over the place. Butcher's jackets can make awesome liners.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:03 No.14880745

    I believe it has been archived already.

    Chill out.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:05 No.14880757
    >> Leer 05/10/11(Tue)16:05 No.14880758
    It has
    Not a problem
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:06 No.14880763
    There's a manifacturer that sells leather per kg where I live. It's leather with errors, such as when the color isn't perfect or when there's small holes or shit. It's that 2mm thick leather...
    got 25kg for 100euro...
    Different shades of brown, but also black, grey, blue, green and red. Could have gotten yellow, pink, cyan... every color imagineable...
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:06 No.14880765
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    >> OP 05/10/11(Tue)16:08 No.14880779
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    It was the typical high fantasy “something magical is happening oooOOOOooOo” stuff, and Peacock got to be right front and center, he's the hero of [fantasy town]! Nay, the hero of [fantasy country]! How did we ever get by without Peacock? Ect. Then it came time to present the last piece of the shard, the whole room is silent (except for a faint “boo” coming from the direction of Furfriend) as Peacock reaches into his tunic and retrives... A plastic crafts ruby covered with glue and sequins.

    Apperently he had never actually handled the shards himself, and had never bothered to look into the display case. He honestly couldn't figure out why everyone stopped cheering. This was Douchemiester's cue to stand up and hold up the real shard. We asked him how the hell he got that, since you can't corpse-walk shit back to town according to the rules. He stated that there was no rule aginst payign someone to loot your corpse and give you the things back in town. He threw a nod to Mousey, who was holding a rather large bag of coins and grinning right back. A poor fool goes into hell without insurance indeed.

    We jauntily walked down to the pedestal and asked if they still needed shards, cause Douchemiester'd like to claim this one here for Team Kentucky. Peacock gave us a look like I'd never seen before.

    The town beat the monsters easily, of course. And I believe that's where the story mostly ends. Peacock still won “overall best” for having 6 out of the 8 shards, but I consider it a victory that we just had at least one, and the one we had was the one that pissed him off the most. After all, we didn't go there to be the BEST LARPERS EVER or anything. We just went to have fun, and maybe mess with people like Peacock.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:08 No.14880781
    >538 posts and 118 image replies omitted. Click Reply to view.

    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:09 No.14880784
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    Holy fuck, this is the most epic thread ever. OP is a god.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:09 No.14880787
    >see thread, whatever, gay-ass larping story
    >ignore for few hours
    >come back
    >start reading
    >catch up
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:10 No.14880796
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    MFW /tg/ (myself included) is easily amused by blatantly untrue story with small set of easily identifiable personas (inclusion of furry and character rooted in internet meme generator was a nice touch) fighting obviously spiteful sparkly weebo.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:10 No.14880798
    this is heroic
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:11 No.14880803
    Nice ending. Not over the top or unbelievable.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:11 No.14880805
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    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:11 No.14880806
    It's beautiful...
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:11 No.14880807
    That's it? You didn't gank Peacock?
    This is a bit disappointing.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:12 No.14880811
    Does it really matter whether or not it's true? It's a fun read.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:12 No.14880813
    can someone screencap this story?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:12 No.14880814
    I came so hard.
    >> Xenobiologist 05/10/11(Tue)16:12 No.14880815
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    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:12 No.14880818
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    I'm okay with that ending
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:13 No.14880819
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    >He threw a nod to Mousey, who was holding a rather large bag of coins and grinning right back.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:13 No.14880820
    Hold your hats folks. There might be epolouge.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:13 No.14880821
    I already have a day job. It'll be on the archive if you need it.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:13 No.14880823
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    Peacock was later hit by a car in the parking lot.

    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:13 No.14880824
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    >> Leer 05/10/11(Tue)16:13 No.14880825
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    Bloody genius~!
    Pay someone to loot your corpse? hahaha!
    The look on Peacock's face must have been priceless when he realized he had been betrayed!
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    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:13 No.14880828
    Cudos OP

    You are a scholar and a gentleman and I salute you. Well done
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:14 No.14880832
    Bravo, OP. I actually started clapping. Now I want to get a group to go LARPing.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:14 No.14880835
    That can't be the end. It was narratively weak. OP is probably a better writer than that.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:14 No.14880836
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    Truely, that was a plan so insane only a PC could come up with it.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:14 No.14880837
    Pleasure coma achieved.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:14 No.14880840
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    >mfw the obvious ending still feelsgoodman.

    Thanks, OP. Now I'm gonna get back to cramming for my finals this afternoon.
    >> thoughtless celestial 05/10/11(Tue)16:14 No.14880845
    It ends?
    oh well. was nice while it lasted. it is safe to unstick it now, but demn it should be archived.
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    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:15 No.14880850
    >He stated that there was no rule aginst payign someone to loot your corpse and give you the things back in town. He threw a nod to Mousey, who was holding a rather large bag of coins and grinning right back. A poor fool goes into hell without insurance indeed.

    HOHOHOHOHO, I like how this guy thinks.
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    >Expect Douchemeister to betray OP and help the Peacock.
    >Peacock's bitch betrays him and helps OP instead.
    >> Sydhar 05/10/11(Tue)16:15 No.14880861
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    Goes to show you. Never underestimate diplomacy.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:15 No.14880862
    good old mouse-y

    If there's one thing you can trust an honorless backstabbing rodent to do, it's to stab ANYONE in the back, including their peacock liege

    Masterfully played OP
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:16 No.14880865
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    >> Laughing God 05/10/11(Tue)16:16 No.14880866
    Good fucking story! Lovely ending. But I guess it doesn't end here, does it?
    >> SkeletonGimp !L.YFcYksIQ 05/10/11(Tue)16:16 No.14880867
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    Bravo OP

    Been following this all day, good funny read
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:17 No.14880869
    >blatantly untrue story
    I don't think so, Tim.
    If anything, It sound 65%true.
    And the sky is motherfucking blue, of course we like storytiems.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:17 No.14880870
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    thank you OP
    Thank you so much
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:17 No.14880871
    > Mouse-y redeems himself.
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    Bravo, sirrah. Bravo.
    >> A Dog And A Man! !uBZL853swA 05/10/11(Tue)16:18 No.14880882
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:19 No.14880894
    Humiliation > Gank
    Ganks can be humiliating, but there' a million excuses for 'em. Grabbing something you *think* is a mucguffin, after you've already supposedly gotten 6 of them, only to get totally punk'd by a couple first timer Southern-Y'all IRL trolls? Priceless.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:19 No.14880897
    Smashing story, OP. Simply wonderful.

    +1 Internet for you.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:20 No.14880901
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    Problem Peacock?
    >> OP 05/10/11(Tue)16:20 No.14880906
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    There's not too much to tell as far as epilogue, really. We haven't been back since as the system was shitty as hell and blatantly unfair. I don't even know if it's still running, or if they moved it, or what.

    We still have game nights weekly though, so there's no “we drifted apart” sad end. Still bros. Just bros who make refrences to Peacocks and furry dwarves now.

    I'm hugely surprised about the sticky though! I was honestly expecting a sagebomb or something. I guess I gotta learn to have more faith in /tg/
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:20 No.14880907
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    This story is hilarious but absolute fictionville. But hey, I appreciate a good story.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:21 No.14880910
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    >He stated that there was no rule aginst payign someone to loot your corpse and give you the things back in town. He threw a nod to Mousey, who was holding a rather large bag of coins and grinning right back. A poor fool goes into hell without insurance indeed.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:22 No.14880919

    It is indeed a nice storytime and I do not blame anyone for liking it (I did too), but you should be old enough to realise when you are basically tricked into liking something.

    In the old LARP story, which was very much in similar style the BBEG was an overweight, huffing neckbeard who abused his power. Here we have same setup, but with sparkly weebo in place of neckbeard.

    In both setups heroes were not familiar with LARP and it was their first time attending a big event- situation is which they were underdogs (and who doesn't root for underdogs?)

    In both players are personally wronged by BBEG, which is a setup for revenge.

    Formula is so simple that breaking it down into ingredients is easy.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:23 No.14880922
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    Hailing from Tennessee.

    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:23 No.14880925
    see, this is why I couldn't handle a larp. in the very beginning, when he threatened me in an OOC zone, I would have beaten the shit out of him with my friends. then when tourney officials came, I'd say he threatened to hurt me if I didn't hand over all my money in an OOC AREA. that was a real threat. I'm pressing charges.

    I would then get him and I kicked out of the larp, and land us both in a long series of litigation.

    Thankfully, I have never run into such an asshole that did such a thing to me.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:23 No.14880932
    You sir have brought so much win and even managed to give me a little more respect for furries. Are you a god?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:24 No.14880934
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    this thread pleases me, although I'm generally turned off by the prospects of larping.

    well done, op.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:24 No.14880944
    Ring story > this one.
    Still, an enjoyable read. Thanks OP.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:25 No.14880954
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    Thanks for coming to see our show!
    Sad to tell you we have to go!
    Grab your trip and head for the board;
    Incase you didn't notice, there ain't any more!

    If you liked the show
    Tell everyone- but
    If you think it's shit
    Keep your big mouth SHUT

    We're glad you came but we have to shout:
    Au revoir!
    Auf Wiedersehen!

    It's over.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:26 No.14880962
    Worth the wait, although a little too familiar. Still, OP entertained and for that I am grateful.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:27 No.14880966
    I'd be interesting in LARPing if it was more or less full contact - like up to but not including sprains and broken bones. I would love to have the chance to beat on someone with a 4-foot sword.
    >> Laughing God 05/10/11(Tue)16:28 No.14880976
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    No sir. It's not thy place to put faith in us, from /tg/. As the peasent place faith in gods, we place faith in you OP.
    Thy modesty is our pride in thy power, O One of the Storytime.

    >pic related: its your level of awesome
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:29 No.14880981
    I would love if larps were full contact AND allowed to break bones.

    Some high level wizard threatening you? simply punch him in the guts, take his spell, and keep punching until he cries and/or gives up. This will always work because high level larpers are generally flopsy-daisies, and it's hilarious.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:31 No.14880997
    You know...

    Wasn't there something about the monster horde being impossible to beat without the McGuffin?

    I personally would have kept the McGuffin hidden and try to make Peacock die in the last fight somehow... once he's dead you could have pulled out the McGuffin and achieved victory not only over Peacock but also killed him in the process in a non-reverseable way.

    Anyway: make a sketch of the weaboo head thingy, please.

    Nice story.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:31 No.14880999
    I, too, would love to partake in a LARP if I was allowed to physically assault the other players.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:31 No.14881005
    >I'd be interesting in LARPing if it was more or less full contact

    that's called historical reenactment.

    the magic classes are useless, and the cleric classes are really imbalanced outside of combat, but the combat classes are really good.

    Background is really detailed too.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:32 No.14881009


    Stuff like that's more a "battle game" than a LARP, per se- but they certainly do exist. Thrashing people with boffers, shield-bashing and all can be quite relaxing. But generally involves near zero actual RP, but a lot of the whole "live action" part.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:32 No.14881014
    imagine, people wearing sparkly anime shit would be obliterated IMMEDIATELY by folks wearing and using practical things!
    >> Guybrarian 05/10/11(Tue)16:32 No.14881016

    Bravo. Fantastic story. You have made my day. Nary, my week.

    And I have a date with a hot intelligent ca/tg/irl this weekend. THIS IS HOW AWESOME THAT STORY WAS.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:33 No.14881017
    This thread is everything good in /tg/ at once!
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:33 No.14881019
    Why didn't mousey claim the shard for himself ? As a regular larper there, it would have been much better for him than a bag of gold from some low-level party...
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    Peacock detected!
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:33 No.14881026
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    I love you, OP.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:34 No.14881030
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    Fortunately, they made a LARP like that just for you. Rule one is we don't talk about it, though.
    >> Laughing God 05/10/11(Tue)16:35 No.14881037
    Who said he KNEW it was a shard? Just grabed a bunch of stuff and handed it to the guy.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:37 No.14881056
    well if they don't talk about it how the hell do they expect to find new players

    Where do I go to sign up
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:38 No.14881063
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    This is one of the best storytimes I've read on /tg/ and the thread is fucking GLORIOUS.

    >mfw Mouse-y backstabs Peacock
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:40 No.14881071
    Then he wouldn't grin about it at the big reveal.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:40 No.14881072

    Funny thing here is, the assholes that LARP Too Much tend to be the ones that are also be physically pathetic.

    The cool ones come in all shapes and sizes. The longest-lived (as in two decades of steady play) one at the game I play most is a greying, tall but sturdy rail of a fellow who does warehouse and truck loading work for a living.

    Nicest dude ever, which is part of why he's lasted so long. Assholes in LARPs may get ahead, but that usually means they also are first to get stabbed in the back or one-upped by the inevitable lucky band of underdogs (see OP's storytime or the two Lith tales on suptg for fictional but appropriate examples).
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:40 No.14881078
    I fucking love intrigue.
    >> Uriel !qfkCXKI77I 05/10/11(Tue)16:41 No.14881084
    >mfw imagelimit reached
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:41 No.14881085
    This must be a movie now, We'll call it

    Bitches and Bros: Life behind the boffer
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:41 No.14881086
    that's one of the reasons I like it, assholes are almost ALWAYS physically weak. it's awesome, since they never expect to have their hands taken away from them until they say uncle.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:42 No.14881091
    Clearly the mousy guy betrayed the Peacock because the Peacock wouldn't invest anymore money than the basic amount to resurrect the mousy guy. In other words, he wanted to get back at Peacock for being a dick too.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:44 No.14881103
    Keeping the shard would have been a better way to get back at him.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:44 No.14881105

    Probably because one-upping an asshole like Peacock with a good excuse > simply grabbing the McGuffin yourself.

    Fun example: The local game had a stone, that when placed on the appropriate seat would blow the offending arse that sat on it to bits unless they were the legitimate ruler of the land in question.

    The BBEG switched it for a fake to prove he was the "true king". Unknown to the NPC, a pack of PC rogues found the real stone where it'd been hidden and switched it BACK without anyone else knowing.

    Watching a smiling Highlander jerk of a false king blow himself asshole-first into eternity was perfect trollface material.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:45 No.14881109
    Godspeed, OP, you magnificent bastard.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:48 No.14881130
    Made my evening OP, thank you!
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:50 No.14881139
    Damnit, why isn't this still stickied?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:52 No.14881153
    thanks OP, read through it.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:54 No.14881162

    Of course, most LARPs don't ALLOW you to sit there putting people into submission holds, other than the ghetto type that generally are polite versions of "beat the shit out of each other in the woods- redneck inbred edition".
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:56 No.14881172
    So.... anyone up for a LARP?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:58 No.14881187

    Not this month. Road trip. Which sorta sucks, cause they're doing a 4-day event Memorial Day weekend.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)16:59 No.14881196
    I'm not making it a secret, I usually don't stay in a larp longer than a single session.

    But I usually make off with several stupid accessories and charms and headwear and such. And give the resident high levels lessons in legally-questionable humility.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)17:02 No.14881214

    Ah. In other words, you're actually using LARPs as your excuse to grapple with sweaty fat men in the woods for a quick hump and run, taking a few trinkets as mementos of your encounters.


    (And also as fake as OP, but much less entertaining.)
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)17:04 No.14881224
    Hey, you're missing out if you don't recognize the hyper-advanced bullying techniques that modern larps allow.
    >> Tea Cleric 05/10/11(Tue)17:04 No.14881230
    Glorious. Truly glorious.

    Hy hat off to you, OP.

    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)17:07 No.14881252
    Max images has been done (apparantly) so I'll just say:

    Nice one, OP
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)17:09 No.14881267
    dunno, I'd be more interesting if you could go full stealth with a crossbow and just do sneak critical attack damage things from far away.

    hell it's what I'd do.

    and fuck yeah, that was a long but good story, OP
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)17:11 No.14881275
    Is that a motherfucking producers reference?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)17:11 No.14881279


    LARPfag has heard your cries. Your prayers are answered. (Also, look up Rule7 forums.)
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)17:12 No.14881283
    At the end of the day, Mouse won out the biggest.

    I guess big things really do come in small packages.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)17:12 No.14881284
    Threads like this is what reaffirms why I browse /tg/ and why it is the best board.

    Rock on OP. That was one hell of a story.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)17:12 No.14881295
    >The quest for the 8 magical pieces of the wondrous cataclysmic dildo of fate

    This shall become a game someday.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)17:19 No.14881342

    :'D Thank you!
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)17:24 No.14881380

    Long as it's a LARPsafe bolt you're firing, why not? I've snuck around in the woods with a decently ranged crossbow and gleefully put a few rounds in the backs of fools and monsters who have no night vision and equally little sense.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)17:24 No.14881385
    This is the single greatest thing I've seen on this board.

    Kudos to you OP. Kudos.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)17:24 No.14881386
    This thread screams of ribbonfag, I'd bet my beard on it. Regardless, OP is a gentleman and a scholar.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)17:31 No.14881431
    Reach >>14880070 and Jesper Kyd - End Fight starts playing
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)17:41 No.14881507
    Has anyone cut this down into an easy to read image file yet?
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)17:44 No.14881535
    suptg-links are far more elegant weapons.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)17:49 No.14881573
    While this is correct and good for seeing the bigger picture, weeding through some 640 posts to find the story bits is a lot of work, if your only interest is the story itself.
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)17:50 No.14881585
    I just want to point that the fact that Furfriend's character was a dwarf made the whole "he used his knowledge of how sheds were put together to the party's advantage" thing far, FAR more hilarious than it was probably meant to be. DUNGEONEERING RANKS, MOTHERFUCKER!
    >> Anonymous 05/10/11(Tue)18:36 No.14881951

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