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7th Feb 2015, 6:00 AM
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Newbiespud 7th Feb 2015, 6:00 AM edit delete
I'm glad doing this webcomic allows me the opportunity to remind everyone that Luna can be adorkable as all get out.

Fallout is Dragons is going to be a day late because of software shenanigans and a lack of enough sleep to power through said shenanigans. Sorry for the delay.
Newbiespud 8th Feb 2015, 3:45 PM edit delete
I'm an idiot, but regardless; here's the next episode of Fallout is Dragons.
Session 36 - Bargaining Stage: Libsyn YouTube


Raxon 7th Feb 2015, 6:03 AM edit delete reply
Tell a story about momentarily forgetting your indoor voice.

I would tell one, but I have a voice like BRIAN BLESSED, so indoor voice is a relative concept. I have a naturally high volume, but you get used to it.
ZhonLord 7th Feb 2015, 6:35 AM edit delete reply
In one of my 3.5 campaigns I had recently lost my wizard, so I had decided to try out one of the Incarnum classes for the first time - Totemist. The DM had my new character introduced when the party was exploring a town filled with ghouls and other semi-intelligent undead, and had me roll for an individual fight ahead of time.

I was rolling high on hits and damage that night all over the place, so the undead he had sent at me were being destroyed. One was smart enough to run, and as I chased him, I ran headfirst into the party and tripped over the paladin. The ghoul got away, and I was so annoyed about missing that last kill that when I called after it everyone in the room suddenly heard "GET BACK HERE YOU GODS-DAMNED COWARD!!!" (this was a big room, with about a dozen different groups playing Magic, D&D, etc.) and turned to stare at me.

I was very quiet for the rest of the night.
Toric 7th Feb 2015, 7:36 AM edit delete reply
Now I'm really sad that I'll probably never meet you IRL because that is an excellent voice to have.

As for my group, we have 8 players and a DM so one must project at all times if one wishes to be heard...especially from the opposite side of the room as the GM.
Raxon 7th Feb 2015, 7:48 AM edit delete reply
And to clarify, my voice is not as pretty, but it is every bit as boisterous.
Digo 7th Feb 2015, 7:59 AM edit delete reply
Thanks to nearly 2 decades worth of running games I've developed a pretty good range of volume for my voice. ^^;

With that I'd probably still be on Fluttershy levels of speaking.
Euric 7th Feb 2015, 11:28 AM edit delete reply
8 players? How the heck did you manage to get nine people to get together at the same time and place to play D&D? Heck, how did you find that many people who /wanted/ to play your specific edition of D&D?
Digo 7th Feb 2015, 6:28 PM edit delete reply
My record was me and 11 players. Was at a convention and I had to break them down into two groups to make it manageable. Believe me, I'd never do it again without a co-GM.