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DragonTrainer on Dec. 14, 2012
Share a story about the weirdest thing someone has ever grappled with before.
at 3:29AM, May 9, 2013
An ancient dragon. It's just a story I heard about a guy who rolled up a luchador with ALL THE GRAPPLING (primarily Monk levels) and won the campaign by piledriving the dragon out of the air while shouting some very lucha libre catchphrase.
Possibly his GM was just relieved to not have to wrestle with grappling rules anymore.
at 5:30PM, Dec. 28, 2012
"Where did she bite me? Because I'm pretty sure I set my head on fire".
"Sorry dude, but from your position I would say she went for the back".
"Through my backpack? Did she break something?".
"She broke EVERYTHING".
"Oh, because I was the one carrying that keg of holy water. Does it have any effect?".
". . . what. Really? Why did. . . you are. . . why were YOU carrying that? You have Strength 8!"
"Because I lost everything else with the priestess, back in the city. That keg was pretty much the only thing I had left" and he hands over the sheet. Sure enough, under equipment there were only five voices and the last one was “Keg of Holy Water”.
And that’s how Lolth, who as it turns out was indeed vulnerable to holy water, took a shit load of damage. Then she escaped, because fuck Lolth.
at 5:29PM, Dec. 28, 2012
Lolth. Years ago we were playing Queen of the Demonweb Pits and our Magic-User, who had been dragged along crying for the last two modules, saw four of his spells fail miserably against the goddess (an illusion? Really? Come on man, get your shit together). So, like a true professional, he snaps and decides to set himself on fire (this while the rest of us were being slaughtered, mind you).
A couple of rounds later we see this little man covered in fire run past us all while screaming "FUUUUCK YOOUUUU WHOOORE!". He charges Lolth and, while she's busy fucking me(paladin) up, he tackles one of her legs.
Of course she laughs and bites him, because Lolth. A failed save against poison later and he's dead, but the player looks at his sheet and asks the DM: (continued)
at 11:26PM, Dec. 16, 2012
This time? THIS TIME!? He phrases it as if it weren't the first time someone tried crap like this.
Coincidentally I found a series of stories where someone does something crazy in a pencil and paper game.
at 8:17PM, Dec. 16, 2012
The Savage Species sourcebook for 3.5 had some twinkish combos in it. For example, I used the Centaur template to combine a Polar Bear and a Human, gave him levels as Barbarian, and bought a couple Strength Enhancing items. He was level 7, and in a one-off, managed to successfully grapple and subdue a Colossal Gold Dragon who was mad with bloodrage. Also, he could push down redwood trees.
at 5:55AM, Dec. 14, 2012
I GRAPPLED THE PLANET. and won. then i woke up :D
at 5:50AM, Dec. 14, 2012
Also, in a different group, there was an air elemental than neither my warblade or the rogue could reach, so we had the brilliant idea of me throwing him at the elemental. I got 6 attacks of opportunity on him, the rogue missed, and then died due to the falling damage. We tried to bring him back to life, but the best we could do was a reincarnate spell, and he came back as a goblin. Seeing as he was a kobold before, this only improved his stats.
at 5:35AM, Dec. 14, 2012
Well, in a one-shot I was in, when a bandit came around, my party distracted me with a really high bluff check so I wouldn't notice, then our secretly a worm-that-walks party member grappled than ate the bandit, and spit out his bone. Then thanks to a nat 20, someone widdle a shovel out of soap and buried the body, and then thanks to a curse, the next round, it came back as an undead. They then beat the undead back to death with the soap shovel and re-buried it. All while repeatedly bluffing me while I failed my perception checks.