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3rd Aug 2013, 6:00 AM
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Tricks of the Track
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Newbiespud 3rd Aug 2013, 6:00 AM edit delete
When it comes to planning in a tabletop game situation, I find that the schemes tend to come in four major flavors: the straightforward, the violent, the crazy, and the thing the DM intended for you to do.


TheStratovarian 3rd Aug 2013, 6:02 AM edit delete reply
The voice of the thief or rogue tends to be the one to likely agree with the idea the dm has. After all, they are the ones to remove, 'harmful impediments' that exist to bar the way.

Still, a nice bit of wondering just what a pile of bones is going to do.. Huh, fun puzzle..
Zuche 3rd Aug 2013, 6:04 AM edit delete reply
I'd assumed Pinkie's goal was to use the bones as bait for the dogs.
TheStratovarian 3rd Aug 2013, 6:07 AM edit delete reply
I think she could start a rather good tribal beat and bowie-ize them with rhythmic grace and power in old fashioned rock and roll?

But yeah, lets go with your suggestion.
Digo 3rd Aug 2013, 6:24 AM edit delete reply
That was my thought as well. Maybe add a trail of Scooby snacks to the bone as a bonus.
TheStratovarian 3rd Aug 2013, 6:33 AM edit delete reply
If the bones are already down here, and cast aside, wouldn't that mean the dogs were done with them, after all, no dog likes a secondhand femur, because its just not the right radius for them.
Raxon 3rd Aug 2013, 9:15 AM edit delete reply
Speaking of scooby snacks, have I told you about my timid paladin? He serves Sinesto, god of fear and whimpering shamefully. He has a problem with substance abuse, and a celestial dog mount, I forget the proper term.

Due to his patron deity, he is not immune to fear. You know you love it.
Tatsurou 3rd Aug 2013, 11:09 AM edit delete reply
Raxon, please tell me your paladin says "Zoiks!"
Raxon 3rd Aug 2013, 11:37 AM edit delete reply
No, but the dog is female.