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Newbiespud 5th Mar 2013, 6:00 AM edit delete
Newbiespud
Tabletop Roleplaying:

What Non-Gamers Think I Do: Act out everything in-character a la LARPing.

What I Think I Do: Create a well-rounded character and use it to vicariously live out a fantastic journey.

What I Actually Do: Fast-talk the DM into giving me what I want.

104 Comments:

Digo 5th Mar 2013, 6:05 AM edit delete reply
So true a statement spud. :D

Especially true in my group where players try to find ways around the rules for an advantage. I wear down a lot of rolled up newspapers from DMing.
CJT 5th Mar 2013, 12:22 PM edit delete reply
ObBusterWylde:

"Man, that rolled up newspaper comes outta *nowhere*."
"I had a holster made."
Kaze Koichi 5th Mar 2013, 6:52 AM edit delete reply
And now I understand why so many people like to play without a system. If fast-talking DM is the main feature of the game, why bother to roll dice?
Zuche 5th Mar 2013, 8:10 AM edit delete reply
Because dice keep your DM's hands too busy to seek out something heavy with which to bludgeon you.

...Not that any respectable DM would condone such a course of action, of course. <cough>
Jhozt 5th Mar 2013, 9:28 AM edit delete reply
Anyone else find it hilarious this is right below Digo talking about beating his players with rolled up newspapers?
Digo 5th Mar 2013, 10:16 AM edit delete reply
*Raises his newspaper-filled hand* :D
Zuche 5th Mar 2013, 10:40 AM edit delete reply
Light bludgeons, such as rolled up newspaper, are acceptable, and you may wield one and a die of your choice simultaneously.

Heavy bludgeons, such as a frying pan or the player to your left, have been prescribed at the table by the Mohan-Moore Conventions, ratified in 1985, and the Brom-Daxa Treaties of 1989 and 1991. In countries that have not signed the latter treaties, and the state of Idaho, the heavy bludgeon may be used only after the following criteria have been fulfilled:

a) the game has run more than 4 hours,
b) the hour is sometime between 3 and 7 in the morning, and
c) the players have failed to maintain a reliable source of caffeine for the DM or, if such a source is available, have attempted to withhold it for coercive purposes.
Raxon 5th Mar 2013, 11:28 AM edit delete reply
Raxon
I, as DM, prefer to roll my dice in a sheer stocking. Then they serve a dual purpose.
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