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29th Dec 2012, 6:00 AM
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Newbiespud 29th Dec 2012, 6:00 AM edit delete
To this day, I can't find two transcripts of Bridle Gossip that agree on what Pinkie Pie mumbled after "She stole my song!"

I just watched the episode again to get these screencaps, and I still can't make out what she's saying!


Grey Pen 29th Dec 2012, 6:04 AM edit delete reply
Whoo hoo! FIRST POST!

Let's hear about your own stories of speech impediments.
Moonwolf 29th Dec 2012, 6:07 AM edit delete reply
I played a mute sorcerer once, she was probably the most challenging character I've ever played except for my horribly built first one.
Destrustor 29th Dec 2012, 6:49 AM edit delete reply
I played a barbarian who only "spoke" in growls, grunts and screams, despite his average, non-abysmal intelligence score(11, I think).
This somehow makes him capable of communicating with arctic boars, according to the DM.
Kiana 30th Dec 2012, 5:09 AM edit delete reply
Clearly, you traded your ability to enunciate for a Speak With Animals ability. =P
Akouma 29th Dec 2012, 9:06 PM edit delete reply
Seluku the Great and Fearsome, Emperor of the Glorious Empire of Stone, have poor elocution skills when communicating "verbally" (telepathically) and talk in third person.

Seluku tGaFEotGEoS have such famous quotes as "Seluku have 22 Intelligence-number-thingy! Seluku am smarter than you!" Tactical argument end surprisingly quickly after that.
GrayGriffon 29th Dec 2012, 11:03 PM edit delete reply
Hmmm... i'm currently playing a (get this) blind, mute, half demon, missionary.
You get a knock on your door. upon opening it, you see a red skinned demon wearing a dark mask around his mouth, and dirty bandages wrapped around his eyes.
he says nothing, he merely hands you a folded slip of parchment which reads
"Have you accepted the gods into your life?"
he then lowers his mask and smiles, in a Please-dont-slam-the-door-in-my-face, sort of way.
Digo 30th Dec 2012, 7:03 AM edit delete reply
In a short fantasy adventure once we had a player who actually suffered a slight speech impediment from a stroke he had. He used it to his advantage in RPing what I can only describe as a "Hun Combat Butler" :)
He always dressed dapper and his main weapon was a bashing shield that the party fighter swore was a serving tray at some point in its past life. The butler made a pretty effective bard knowledge-wise.

Just don't ask him to sing.

Good times.
Page-Mistress 30th Dec 2012, 4:50 PM edit delete reply