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Ok, this could get fun..
Ok, a few months ago, I played a high-powered high-level game, and the DM kept wiping the party (in stuppid ways, like killing my lvl 10 evoker in a 1-on-1 cc fight against an ancient white dragon!,and kept whining about us not being good enoguh to make survivable characters. Well, after the third wipe-out, I was getting fed up. This guy obivously wanted us to make extremely powerful characters.. So when he told me to make a new CR (NOT level), 16 character, I digged out my inner munchkin. In this game, we were allowed to make monsteruos and templated characters, and with the permission to make a CR 16 character, I could make pretty much anything, and since I was really in the mood to screw up this lame game session, I made Tiroxis, a 3rouge/3shadowdancer half fire-elemental juvenile bronze dragon, and I actually got his permission to enter the game with it!!! He he.. he was SO great. He ate more than half the treassure we found, it was so funny! In the end, I was the sole survivor of the group, because I planeshifted away from the final encounter. This guy ( the same guy who claims that high base attack allows you to cast more spells) sent 250 white dragons at us, led by 10 mega wizards who could cast 3 disentegrate spells each/round. Than meant 30 disentegrate spells/round...! The others were reduced to frozen dust, and I lived happily until the end of time as the only bronze dragon on the elemental plane of fire!
Are we allowed to include idiotic comments, and stories of stupidity? Or would you prefer them to go in a seperate topic?
"I shall die how I have lived. By the sword."
"A dagger at midnight is worth a thousand swords at dawn."
ok.. bad idea. Just delete this stupid topic, please mods?
While DM'ing, a medusa (god bless her dark soul! turned my friends favourite ever character (17th level dwarven barb) into stone. Angry as heck, he put the dwarf's body in another character's large bag of holding for ease of transportation. A short while later, they find another bag of holding, and the guy who was running the dwarf says "Hey why don't we put the bag of holding in the other bag of holding?" The party generally agrees it's a great idea, so I confirm with him again "So what you want to do is put the bag of holding in the bag of holding, right?" "Right! I do it."
Now, not sure on how familiar you guys are with the item, but it specifically states that if you do the above, then the bags and contents are immediately shunted to the astral plane! The funniest part about this was that everyone knew that this would happen - after the event of-course!
The iron crowned is getting closer,
Swings his hammer down on him,
Like a thunderstorm he's crushing,
Down the Noldor's proudest king.
Under my foot, so hopeless it seems.
You've troubled my day, now feel the pain.
- Blind Guardian
Originally posted by Farseer Sareld@Feb 15 2005, 11:12
Nice story dear sareld.... or should i say how sweet - but is WRONG!!!!
you are not a sole survivor you have somehow forgotten my lvl 5 fighther/6 stonelord azer half-celestial which just meklted into stone and are STILL ALIVE ans would be able to do some guerilla attacks and take them out one-by-one[snapback]329992[/snapback]
Ups it is not a quote but a correctment.....
But if we are talking about DM messed ups let me tell one too.....
We was about to rebuild the entire world and get some new Gods so we was playing the while the Gods was figthing (could have been cool)
In this game we was being hired to take out a Vampire necromancer guy which was blessed by the God of Death and therefor have controle of every undead in the world. My character got aten by a black dragon zombie so i had to make a new one. My DM (SARELD) then alloid me to make a Eleeti, which is a undead player race from "Mythic Races" by Legends & Lairs. I'll say that it was a messed up from his side
The funniest one I've expirienced, was actually a SWRPG game, but its close enough:
We were all jedi's (level 6) and going into a lightsaber crystal cave. Inside the entrance, we made spot checks. Then he told us:
"You see two dark jedi in robes.........I mean you see two dark figures...I mean you see two figures."
Then I was all: "So we dont see dark jedi...right."
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<span style='color:red'>Abaddon claims Horus to have been weak, that he had a chance to slay the Emperor, and failed. But he forgets who our founder is, who his father is! Horus began the havoc on the Imperium on which we continue. Tonight we shall spill the blood of the emperor on his golden throne for Horus! Because in the end, CHAOS WILL PREVAIL! </span>
Oops, I didnÂ´t know that you half-celestial azer survived. But it doesnÂ´t really matter, since the game experience was already ruined at that point.You just spent more than 200 dkr on that book, so of course I would let you use it. The race really looked like a lamer, but I decided to give it a chance in spite of that because I really trust in your role-playing skills.Originally posted by Arakiaz@Feb 26 2005, 16:40
My DM (SARELD) then alloid me to make a Eleeti, which is a undead player race from "Mythic Races" by Legends & Lairs. I'll say that it was a messed up from his side[snapback]339141[/snapback]
I kinda messed the vampire-hunter plot up too, because I didnÂ´t threw enough hooks in for the side-quests. As a result, the players didnÂ´t investigated anything that would give them XP, advanced too fast in the main quest, found the vampires beholder lieutenant, and died young. Oops :blush:
Are you guys by any chance Danish? (it's the DKr I am thinking of)Originally posted by Farseer Sareld@Feb 27 2005, 20:34
You just spent more than 200 dkr on that book, so of course I would let you use it.[snapback]339782[/snapback]
Anyway... A friend of my was trying to introduce a new player to D&D, and I was there to help her out, and so the new guy got used to having fellow characters playing.
So she improvises a setting:
We are in the middle of these woods, and all of a sudden we hear something. I tell her I cast dancing lights, and she goes: "oops, I have to see what is attacking you first. Wait a second..." and disappears behind the monster manual... :rofl: a bit confused perhaps?
I claim the title of "mistress of the vindictive"
=]Front in favour of Moderation of the Harshest kind[=
Yes we are Danish and by the way I didn't paid over 200 dkr for it I paid about 100 and it was a waste of money couse most of the races are too far out to being able to play....
I just remembered a funny sesion.....
I was playing bard and one of the other was playing a barbarian who worshiped some kind of fire spirit. Inside a tavern I casted dancing light and ghost sound and maked him belived that his spirit was telling him to defend this tavern and let no-one enter.... I think he ended with killing a lot of people and burned down the tavern couse his spirit wanted him to do so (but maybe sareld can rember it better than me)