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Newbiespud 14th May 2013, 6:00 AM edit delete
Newbiespud
I'm always fond of villains who can roll with the punches, no matter how snarky or meta the heroes get on them.

In the comments, care to tell a story about an antagonist taking the players' inherent player-ness in stride?

43 Comments:

ptmc 14th May 2013, 6:01 AM edit delete reply
ptmc
Sadly, I have very few stories since I've only been in 1 campaign so far, didn't even finish it since the DM had to move away
Raxon 14th May 2013, 6:01 AM edit delete reply
Raxon
Oh dear. Your diplomacy attempts appear to be going quite poorly. Perhaps you should call in a professional.

I'm sorry, were you expecting something different? Here, have a totally inoccuous clip of an adorable ferret playing, and absolutely nothing bad happening to it at all. Because I'm such a nice, generous guy. And I'm totally trustworthy. When have I ever lied about my links, or linked to something horrible without warning? MWAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

Okay, I'm gonna level witcha. Now that I've got my rep for being totes batplops loopy, I need to throw in some links with adult subject matter. Like this one! You've been warned, it's a very adult subject matter. A graphic depicting of adult life, you might say. heh heh heh...
Zaranthan 14th May 2013, 3:44 PM edit delete reply
Ooh, do you have more of that last one? My fetish folder is getting a bit stale.
Flubflub 15th May 2013, 11:09 PM edit delete reply
If you get too into that kinda stuff, it gets really taxing, best to just let it slip. You don't wanna pay for it later.
Walabio 14th May 2013, 6:07 AM edit delete reply
Once, in a campaign, a player explained his plan. He forgot to mention that it was suppose to be meta. The DM had fun letting the NPC beat up the talkative fool, but let the character escape because it would be no fun to end the campaign at that point. All the players had to come up with a new plan because the adversaries new the old 1.
Lyntermas 14th May 2013, 8:11 AM edit delete reply
Lyntermas
You mean like this?
Digo 14th May 2013, 6:36 AM edit delete reply
D&D adventuring party captures an evil priest (Edward) who works for the BBEG (Elena). We proceed to intrrogate Edward for answers. Poorly.
(PC names made up because I don't remember them all)--

Vash: "Ok, tell us everything."
Edward: "About what? I have 47 years of experience, you might want to be specific."
Vash: "About Galileo. What's he up to?"
Edward: "I don't work for Galileo, I work for Elena.
Saphi: "I doubt he knows anything useful. Let's just end him and get out of here."
Mina: "I have no ranks in Interrogation. I'm out."
Vash: "Don't need ranks, I can pursuade with pain."
Edward: "Um... ranks?"
Derrick: "Dude, it's not even a class skill for you."
Vash: "Interrogation?"
Derrick: "No, pain. You can't hit worth beans."
Edward: "...what are you all talking about?"
Vash: "Ed. PAIN. Tell us what you know about Galileo."
Edward: "Uh, He's tall. Elena hates him... that's about it."
Vash: "Jared, think you can summon a wolverine? Put something in his pants?"
Jared: "The book only says I can summon a Badger."
Edward: "You all are not making sense. I know nothing about Galileo!"
Mina: "I'm going to check on my Doctor Who download."
Derrick: "Doctor Who?"
Mina: "Yes, that's the one."
Vash: "I'm su