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77844746 No.77844746 [Reply] [Original]

What's your setting's equivalent of the spice trade?

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>> No.77847852
Quoted By: >>77848076

Does the process of extracting loli magic hurt them? Why couldn't you use grown up lolis to make more lolis?

>> No.77847901
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It’s measured by cc of blood per body- you see anon, we suck young blood.

>> No.77848076

Nah. It's pretty much useless to them and doesn't hurt to extract. Grown up women can produce new lolis but having to wait several years leaves gaps unless you have a perfect breeding system.
The magic producing age for lolis is very short and lasts 5-8 years but the lolis themselves grow up into women who can live ten times longer so having in-house logistics gets cumbersome fast. Meanwhile practically all of the interesting technology is loli based so state control over the lolis is common. A country that lacks lolis lacks firepower. They are the ultimate turn of the century resource.

>> No.77848095

based dune appreciator

>> No.77848123

Not sure if dystopia or utopia.gif

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77844732 No.77844732 [Reply] [Original]

Owls are associated with wisdom, and ravens are associated with intelligence.
However both are also considered omens of death, with mystical connections.

How would you differentiate Owls and Ravens as intelligent humanoid races from each other?

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77844689 No.77844689 [Reply] [Original]

Nothing to see here. Just a normal squirrel sitting on a tree stump.
Scroll along.

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77844688 No.77844688 [Reply] [Original]

I need some advice, /tg/. Me and my friends are in a dnd 5e campaign and need advice on how to structure an underground city that we are building. we are but level 6 adventurers who stumbled upon a scorched earth desert wasteland that had recently been a bustling nation, and we wish to build a safe haven of some sorts inside of a mountain. Which floors would be the most wise to put certain things like shops, residential areas, etc., Any advice on other things? We're getting together this weekend in order to figure out the logistics of hiring manual workers and spellcasters to dig out the mountain, as well as figure out dimensions of the haven. We eventually intend to dig down into the underdark in order to funnel resources into the haven. Any advice on what we should include as well as resources to calculate the sizes and costs of everything we need to complete this massive undertaking.

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I have few tip:

1. Every city need water source. I propous undergroud lake or river.
2. Market need a lot of space. It could be in a big chamber. It can be also outside.
3. In medieval towns ther were a special streats with specific kind of craftsmen. You can do the same. Just make a craftsmen shops bulid in the wals of the comunication tunels.
4. Part near entrance should act as stronghold.
5. Miners sector would be probably the deepest. I imagin it as poorest sector.

>> No.77848616

>inside of a mountain.
How big a mountain are we talking about here?

>> No.77848656

download Dwarf Fortress and play for a few hours, or watch some tutorials if you're a chump. Teaches you everything you need to know

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77844639 No.77844639 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>77846665 >>77849659

I made a few.

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>> No.77846665
Quoted By: >>77852705

What is this newest secret lair?

>> No.77846731

Wow. These aren't even a tiny bit funny.

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>> No.77852705

It is I.

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77844629 No.77844629 [Reply] [Last 50] [Original]

>I go to the tavern
>I don't talk good
>Lol, I'm getting drunk again
>I would like to rage
>No, I don't want to try being social, my character isn't the face
>Have you guys watched Critical Roll yet?
>What do you mean I should put more thought into my character anon? All this class is is a big dude that hit things, you can't do anything special with that.

I'm sick of this basic bitch trash, Barbs can be a lot more than just Grug #29345762-013.7. Share with the class a Barbarian you've played or had at your table that was something away from the factory template of 'loud, drunk, hits things' or goes well beyond that.
I want to hear of the gentle workaday souls that become like animals defending their compatriots.
Tell us of the serene socialite secretly boiling with rage.
Regale with the tale of some Lucho Libre motherfucker that RKO's dragons while shrieking mariachi at the top of his lungs.
Show us someone more like book Conan than movie Conan.

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i like you, conan-bro.

>> No.77868503
Quoted By: >>77870502

>Why would I roleplay if it means it might lead to negative outcome?

That's some real adventurous shit right there. Fuck, why even go outside? Grug barbarian should get a steady job as a street sweeper, settle down, and start a little peasant family. It's safe and less prone to failure than dungeons delving.

Oh wait, I forgot. Haha. So ehow Grug knows all the dungeons are challenge rated to his skill level exactly, so unlike rolellaying, he can delve dungeons. Because the dungeons are also, in actuality, almost totally safe.

>> No.77870502
Quoted By: >>77870796

Grug does not enjoy uncertain financial future, Grug will go in dark place with monsters instead.

>> No.77870776

trolls belong under bridges

>> No.77870796

Is weird. Wherever Grug walk, monster is weak enough only to slow him down a little. Except the last one. That one always more dangerous.

People bury much money in dark places. Greg now have so much money he make his own dark place and hide his money there. Maybe lock skeletons inside to keep money safe.

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77844574 No.77844574 [Reply] [Last 50] [Original]

Have you ever told a player, to their face, that you didn't like their character and why you didn't like them?

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>> No.77852087
Quoted By: >>77852128

Think about this way, if a group of people reject you for some reason that they refuse to tell you about, then they are assholes by definition. You can safely ignore the opinions of such people.

Never kowtow to or accept the bullshit premise of an asshole.

>> No.77852128

Thanks, anon. I'm a people-pleaser, I always have been. I don't like it but I need to be either useful or fulfilling to others as a person. Without it I feel empty. Low self-esteem I reckon.

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She won anon, you need let go of your anger

>> No.77852804

She's just fucking spam. Everytime she's posted the topic is always fake ass fake gamer girl questions

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77844497 No.77844497 [Reply] [Last 50] [Original]

Lovecraftian Powerlevels Edition

Tell us about your horror settings, games, etc. Share inspirational art, prompts, etc.

>List of games:
Call of Cthulhu, Chill, Cold and Dark, Degenesis, Delta Green, Don't Rest Your Head, Dread, Esoterrorists/Fear Itself+Book of Unremitting Horror, Fall of Delta Green, GORE, Into The Shadows, KULT, Little Fears, Mothership RPG, Nemesis (free on Arc Dream's website), Nights Black Agents, Silent Legions (Mostly for the tables), Stalker: The SciFi RPG, Symbaroum, Ten Candles, Trail of Cthulhu, Unisystem (All Flesh Must Be Eaten, Witchcraft, Conspiracy X, etc.), Unknown Armies

>Inspirational stuff:
Caitlin R Kiernan, Castlevania, Doomwatch, Fear & Hunger, George Romero, Ghostwatch, House of Leaves, I Am In Eskew, John Carpenter, Kolchak the Nightstalker, Laird Barron, M.R. James, Nick Cutter, Old Gods of Appalachia, Quatermass, Ramsey Campbell, Remedy Series (Alan Wake, Control), SCP Foundation, Scarfolk Council, Shaun Hutson, Silent Hill, Stand Still Stay Silent, The Evil Dead, The Magnus Archives, The Secret World, The Stone Tapes, Thomas Ligotti, Twin Peaks, Vault of Evil forums, toomuchhorrorfiction

Questions for the Thread:
>How powerful do you think a threat in a horror game should generally be?
>What sort of enemies/monsters do you prefer not to use, for fear of them being too much for your average group?
>What is the most powerful thing you've ever used in a game?

Questions for Horrorverse refugees:
>What do you think of horror stories that heavily escalate the scale of their threats?
>What's your favorite piece of media that does this?

Previous Thread:

Please try to keep arguing to a minimum. Don't respond to bait/drama posts.
And as usual, try and keep it alive, or at least undead.

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>> No.77874779

i'm running "The Sanitorium" from the 1990 CoC Mansions of Madness book. I converted it to 7E its been fun so far.
in it the investigators go to visit a remote asylum on an island off of new england and when they arrive they find the staff is dead, the patients are loose, and a lovecraftian monster has been let loose through a portal created by a multiple personality patient. the monster has taken over one of the orderlies who is trying to find sacrifices to feed the creature.
my players arrived on the island and were freaked out by the sanitorium so they only 1/2 explored, although they did find the doctor's private office and the elder tome he had been basing his controversial research off of. they ended up running off straight to the lighthouse where the moster was hiding as it fed. we did a small 7E chase and one of my players fumbled a roll. thankfully they were the player who picked up an elder sign amulet and were able to ward off the monster. we ended with them running off into the woods. i haven't seen anyone talk about this particular module before but its a fun one

>> No.77875050

That's unfortunate. I really feel like I'm caring less and less for rules the more systems I read. Ha dthe same gripe with Anathema recently - amazing setting but bogged down by, for my opinion, overcomplicated rules and a lack of examples, which especially hurt seeing how it's idea was somewhat abstract to bwgin with. Still nice little piece, maybe you want to check that out too if you like small indie stuff.

How's the art in this one btw?

>> No.77875679

Somewhat disappointing to hear but not unexpected. Thanks anyways anon

>> No.77878792

Getting ready for bed. Please keep the thread undead while I'm down.

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77844418 No.77844418 [Reply] [Last 50] [Original]
Quoted By: >>77877998

>the giant girl knight is willing to help your party in the siege against the castle of their enemy but only if you find some way to let her shrink to near human size whenever she wants to so she can have a love life, preferably a bit bigger than most guys because dating someone than her would feel too weird

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>> No.77877543

That's not how it work, retard.
If you're going to be a realismfag at least try to read a wiki page about it or something.

>> No.77877588

Because that's not how it works. Structural strength is normally limited by flexural rigidity, which is proportional to the fourth power of cross sectional area.

>> No.77877998
Quoted By: >>77878051

im too lazy to find the oglaf comic about siegeweapon sextoys for dragons ever since the indexed wiki was shut down and google made them unsearchable, but pretend it was linked here

>> No.77878051

The one that ends with a knight asking if the battering ram just made the castle orgasm?

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77844152 No.77844152 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>77844193 >>77845287

Been toying around with doing a PVP thing with my tabletop-playing friends but I can't find any systems that would work well. Anyone here tried something like this before, or know of a system that has PVP in mind?

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Quoted By: >>77844251

That’s typically called a wargame

>> No.77844251

I'm specifically thinking of 1v1 stuff, not army-based like Warhammer. Plus this'd be played online so I couldn't use terrain/line of sight

>> No.77845287

Apocalypse world, AGON

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77844040 No.77844040 [Reply] [Last 50] [Original]

Can a romance between an elf and a human be done in a "realistic" / sensible way or is it pretty much always wish-fullfilment coming from human GMs and players and sort of a magical realm?

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>> No.77863377
Quoted By: >>77863581

>This lead them to do some troubling shit
Did they tho? So far they still havent justified why dark magic is so bad

>> No.77863581

cause that magic has to come from something that is inherently magic to begin with.

that's at minimum darksun defiler shit, possibly fullmetal alchemist philosopher stone.

>> No.77864888

Note also that not all elves live that long - or at least not as long as Tolkien's immortals. In early Warhammer editions for example l, 120 was considered middle aged for a high elf. In Elder Scrolls, 200 years is considered quite old for an elf.

>> No.77864938


He looked like his mother's people, not his dad's. The man was Tolkien-Conan.

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77844038 No.77844038 [Reply] [Original]

What kind of finds have you made in your LGS' dumpsters? RPG supplements, board games, wargame figures, it's all in there. The difficulty for me has been the rotating trash pickup cycle, especially once they caught on. Any tips for that?

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77844033 No.77844033 [Reply] [Original]

What do you guys think about metal models? Have you ever considered using one for a game?

>> No.77844084
Quoted By: >>77844797

>What do you guys think about metal models?
The superior format of model.
>Have you ever considered using one for a game?
Whenever possible.

>> No.77844097
Quoted By: >>77844797

You mean those things specifically? They look shitty

Metal more broadly is annoying to work with as a hobbyist, so I generally prefer either resin or plastic.

>> No.77844797

just any kind of metal model
it work out for you?

>> No.77845077


A miniature is meant to look and feel significant.
The reason we use a 3D mini instead of a hex chit is to give the representation more of a physical presence. The reason we paint the minis is to bring them closer to reality.
A mini should, therefore, be as heavy as possible. It should feel significant and valuable when you pick it up and should stay firmly where you put it.
Metal models are also easier to strip and better for the environment than plastics.
Sometimes plastic minis have their place since they're cheaper and easier to convert, but nothing beats a metal model.

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77843850 No.77843850 [Reply] [Last 50] [Original]

>OFFICIAL Commander website, where you can learn the rules, see the current banlist, and read the OFFICIAL format philosophy, laid down by the rules committee:

>Statistically see what everyone else puts in their commander decks based on what is posted to the internet.

>Find out what lands you can add to your deck, sorted by category, based on a chosen color identity.

>Deck List Site: You can search for decks that other people have made. Authors often have comments that explain their deck strategy and card choices.


>How do I proxy cards?

Which cards would you have time shifted to old boarder?

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>> No.77850084

Like I said, "on paper."

>> No.77850123

>who smothered MaRo
>MaRo hates it
Smoothbrain take. MaRo's pushed for Kamigawa in the past, even collected a bunch of feedback on his blog because he needed ammunition to show the executives that there was demand. It's the suits that were at fault the whole time, they think "Kamigawa sold poorly, so Kamigawa is a bad property to push. Why should we try to fix a bad property instead of just making a new one?" That's the uphill battle that Kamigawa has been facing all this time. Not having to commit to a full block of it anymore was a huge win, because now there's less risk to convince the suits to take.

>> No.77850264

I think the normal version will be around the same price, maybe a little bit more

The foil price would probably be massive despite the quality issues

>> No.77850279

The funnier part about this is they photoshopped that tranny where the girl used to be, so they literally couldn't even have a single real woman in the magic scene

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>TransLands cycle
>Enemy land colors MDFC
>Can tap for either color on either side, with the ability to transform to the other land
>When you transform the land, roll percentile dice. If you roll a 42 or less, sacrifice the land

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77843817 No.77843817 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>77844015 >>77844292

What would a "transcendant mundane being" be like compared to Gods and other powerful supernatural entities?

>> No.77844015

Probably much like a heroic champion, Made immortal and humbled by a mortal beginning, rather than born unto it.
Unless your setting allows ascention, in which case, they would SEEM no different over time, and likely discover his fellows were also once as he.

>> No.77844292
Quoted By: >>77844374

>transcendant mundane being

that is a cruel joke the gods played on humanity to find out which self declared guru will say he "surpassed" his humanity.

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>I’ve surpassed my humanity

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77843570 No.77843570 [Reply] [Last 50] [Original]
Quoted By: >>77856339 >>77856541

>your party encounters a miserable homeless man sitting in a junkyard
>his children have all been killed, he is infected with terrible disease, his wife has left him, and his wealth has disappeared
>his god became bored and made a bet with a trickster deity that he would never renounce his faith even if the trickster was allowed to ruin his life

What do?

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>> No.77855285

Well that is a far more badass version than the Bible's take on the phrase so I can understand why.

>> No.77856339
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I obey the mandate of my own god, and attempt to kill the twickster deity.

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>> No.77856541

Sit down and offer him a drink of my home made mead

>> No.77857000

god I hate shameless retcons

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77843417 No.77843417 [Reply] [Original]

>hey DM, can I play a Kenku?

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77843415 No.77843415 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>77847250 >>77847287

Which of those do you guys use more? Being as players or dm...for example when reaching a tavern do you go "Welcome to the spitting griffon. I'm Boris, the innkeeper. Please sit, you must be tired from the travel" or "as you enter the tavern the innkeeper, Boris, welcomes you and shows a place to sit"?
As I play more it seems that i'm using narration more and more, it just seem quicker and more concise, but if you look online it seems that a lot of people think that this is a overall worse way of doing things and that you should encourage interpretation in the table.

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>> No.77846517
Quoted By: >>77847342

As a GM, I almost always use narration. I don't like acting or doing voices, so I just tell my players what people say and how rather than try and act it out. You can also talk inform them about ticks or body language or whatever.

A lot of my players use it to, describing what they would like to say rather than actually attempting to voice their characters. Personally, listening to players take on stupid accents or try and talk in character really grates me, just feels like they're trying too hard.
But thats just me, everyone has fun in different ways.

>> No.77846963

I much prefer narration to Critical-Role-style play-acting.

>> No.77847250

i try to interpret but i dont go hogwild with it. i just convey the tone and the mood of the character i dont put a lot of effort into doing voices or accents

>> No.77847287

I do voices sometimes, but just doing "you enter the inn and the barkeep greets you" is a welcome break sometimes

>> No.77847342

This. I always found "roleplaying" to be tooth-pain inducing cringe. The enjoyment for me comes from creating interesting, dynamic, interconnected obstacles (as a GM) or overcoming those obstacles in creative ways (as a player). The bad acting and voices I can do without.

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77843289 No.77843289 [Reply] [Original]

What game/supplement release are you genuinely anticipating recently?

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>> No.77860367

Fallout 2d20

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Like, looking forward to something?

>> No.77860528

GURPS Realm Management.
Any day now.
Aaaaany day now.

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GODS, can't come soon enough and the regular pdfs describing the setting are teasing me

>> No.77860562

I hear GURPS Girl Genius is coming out soon, so I'm looking forward to that. If nothing else, it'll hopefully be a good peek into the world and what's going on in other places beyond Europa.

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77843229 No.77843229 [Reply] [Original]

>ITT: art/pictures of places you wouldn't mind actually going to/living in.
This thread is mainly here to aggregate good aesthetic art and host conversation around said aesthetic art.

BONUS POINTS: Art in/of cities that aren't soul crushingly ugly. More points if semi-modern.

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>> No.77851669

Disgusting agrarians! Does no-one remember classic fantasy when farms were hives of evil and degeneracy but plains were idyllic?

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Quoted By: >>77855134

Altough I seriously hope a wizard came up with magical elevators or something.

>> No.77851775


True, but it seems the kinda of place that is unberably humid and cold. and I don't think rowling came up with a "comfy room" spell

>> No.77852042

I'd imagine some serious littering laws and focus on proper cleanliness etiquette would be standard for the upper levels along with pretty extensive sanitation infrastructure.

Then the smell of industry would cover up any bad smells

Course the lower levels, which were constructed before the new standards would smell terrible. All those elevated city layer trash chutes need to end somewhere.

>> No.77855134

cardio is important

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77843092 No.77843092 [Reply] [Last 50] [Original]

Trollitics Edition

>UA: Gothic Lineages

>5e Trove


>Stable releases


>Previous thread: >>77834951

<Trolls still refuse to occupy king's new commissioned bridge, claim "structurally unsound foundations"; King's speaker: "the bridge has been approved by the architects' guild, trolls merely 'baby eating relics'.

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>> No.77850157
Quoted By: >>77850219

Why don’t you call up Tyrone Power’s family and ask if he was Irish or not?
>Irish person, born in Ireland
>called Tyrone, historically an Irish name
I don’t see how you’re not putting two and two together yet

>> No.77850219
Quoted By: >>77850401

Tyrone is literally an English word lol. Tír Eoghain are Irish words and they mean "Land of Eoghan". Tyrone has never, ever in human history been an Irish name. Ever. Tyrone Powers was an English man born to English parents born to English parents born to English parents born to English parents.

>> No.77850401
Quoted By: >>77850482

>This is what generations of inbreeding and potato famines does to your brain

>> No.77850482
Quoted By: >>77850506

You can post that English man as much as you like, he'll forever be English lol. But I understand mutts can't be expected to understand genealogy so I don't blame you too much. I'm off to the new now but I'm sure you'll fire one last seething post in here to prove my point about your fragile ego lol have fun with that

>> No.77850506

Have fun ignoring the facts paddy, ego or not we’re still right!

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77843073 No.77843073 [Reply] [Last 50] [Original]

Cadia Stands Edition


>Dark Angels Codex

>Death Guard Codex

>WarhammerTV Tip of the Day:

>Downloads; Rules Errata and FAQs:

>Tool to Improve Battlescribe Readability:

>3rd Party Pastebin:

>/40kg/ MEGA:
>Put requests here:

>Find stuff here:

>Previous thread:

TQ: What homebrew rules do you play with to balance GW's garbage game?

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>> No.77849259

>Why would the hyper advanced race that automatically repairs

>> No.77849274

Where do guard and knights fit into this?

>> No.77849401

Why would you want such a cursed thing?

>> No.77849455

Destiny sucked but that white and gold scheme looks fucking sexy

>> No.77849618

Why are his eyes so crooked?

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77842854 No.77842854 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>77843174 >>77843314

This is the single girliest thing in Warhammer.

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>> No.77843174
Quoted By: >>77843969 >>77847974

It's one of the best things in the setting. Just imagine being some hardcore skulls and grime Chaos Lord from vikinghell and getting oneshotted by a heart-wearing pretty princess from paradise forest. Marvelous.

>> No.77843314
Quoted By: >>77843969

Either this of Yvarine who dances in combat

>> No.77843969
Quoted By: >>77845842

this is why I love playing Dark Eldar in 40k. Even when I lose, it's fun to see the looks on SM players' faces when their super manly transhuman warriors get diced up by a squad of elf girls in bikinis

>> No.77845842

bikinis you say?

>> No.77847974


Not Warhammer, but this is how I do my Vampire Blood Bowl team.
The Thrall linemen are kitted out in full armour, scratched and muddy as it is.
The Vampires swan onto the field in whatever dress they feel like wearing today and proceed to beat the shit out of whatever gets in their way while the Thralls struggle and sweat to keep up.

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77842623 No.77842623 [Reply] [Original]

I like the idea of "darker" fae creatures conceptually, but I'm not sure how well it works in an actual game. Any examples of times that has been pulled off in a fun/interesting way?

I'm in a game where we're meeting with some unseelie court bigshot and I'm honestly confused about how NOT to get my shit wrecked by them. Last session ended as we walked up on them under this big tree with all kinds of fruit. DM told us the fae rules, which include "always be polite", "don't refuse their food", and "don't eat their food". So if I'm offered one of these fruits, I can't say no, I can't say yes, and it's probably impolite to say nothing. Am I just fucked?

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>> No.77843517

>"Terribly sorry, I have to leave."
Then run. Run far far away.

>> No.77843675

Just reread the rules as written to confirm, and you're right. Can't believe I didn't notice that. I have to accept the food but I don't have to eat it. Loophole!

>> No.77846568
Quoted By: >>77847952

Just read Changeling the Lost (1st edition).
It's the best you can get in the topic of dark fae.

>> No.77847213

Interact as little as possible, and thread extremely carefully, and treat everything you say as a monkey paw candidate. Words are a trap around them.
I just put fae to fuck with my players for a while, and they become extremely jumpy and careful when they are involved. Thus far the tally on their side is 3 dead or worse than dead characters

>> No.77847952

This 100%. I've never seen it done better in fiction even with the fae being a popular topic in fantasy these days.

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