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17th Apr 2014, 6:00 AM
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Class Warfare
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Author Notes:

Newbiespud 17th Apr 2014, 6:00 AM edit delete
Author: DracoStarcloud

Guest Author’s Note: "Loosely inspired by the Halo HeroClix line from years ago.

"As Yogi Berra once said, 'It ain't over 'til it's over.' Until your entire team is dead, there's always that one-in-a-million chance that you can turn things around and come out smelling like roses. Story Time today is tell us about last-minute saves."

Newbiespud's Note: As an alternate Story Time (2 for 1 today!), tell a story about "buyer's remorse" - a feat choice or class feature that someone else got that made you want it, or one that you got and regretted later.


Specter 17th Apr 2014, 6:03 AM edit delete reply
I did not know there was a Halo game like this, I might end up buying it as a gift for my older brother or something.

As for the question I could understand, every single game I have ever bought for my younger brother.
mlp_redmoon 17th Apr 2014, 12:23 PM edit delete reply
I'm pretty sure there isn't
dracostarcloud 17th Apr 2014, 7:13 PM edit delete reply
I know you can still find singles and - if you look hard enough - old booster packs of the old ActionClix game if you try hard.
Luna 17th Apr 2014, 6:15 AM edit delete reply
Eh, a few years agos, my group were playing Eberron. At some point, one of the player of the group, in-between two adventures, said he want to buy a horse. And he want it right now, no waiting for the next day, so he keep pestering the DM about visiting every shop he can find that might sell horses, until the DM, out of having enough of this, tells him he manages to find a shop, then buy his damn horses. Next to what, the player announces that he get on his horse, then start parading proudly all around the city, waving at the people like a knight or a king.

To what the DM replied "You do realise you're in the city of STAIRS, right ? Your horse won't be able to get in the city, there are stairs everywhere."

It took us around half an hour to stop laughing and manage to get on with the game. And after that, we mostly travelled using either ships, train or teleport spell. XD
dracostarcloud 17th Apr 2014, 6:31 AM edit delete reply
Buyer's remorse, eh?

I had a character level up right before one of Paizo's big multi-table events and felt my sorcerer was a little lacking in attack power, so I bought a Wand of Fireballs and took the Burning Palms spell.

Then I find out that practically every enemy in the campaign is immune to fire spells and the one that wasn't was fought in such close quarters that using the wand would've been more likely to cause a TPK than kill the enemy.
Digo 17th Apr 2014, 6:43 AM edit delete reply
Ugh, I hate that. I've had a character who bought a flamethrower to fight some undead and learned too late that these creatures had such a high tolerance to fire that they were getting bonus damage to body-slam us. :p

On the other side of the coin, I once managed to lob a live grenade into a closing elevator that had a werewolf inside it. The blast by itself would hurt, but most werewolves we fought would survive the explosion. THIS TIME the werewolf was in an enclosed metal box where the blastwave couldn't escape the confines of t