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11th Jul 2015, 6:00 AM
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Newbiespud 11th Jul 2015, 6:00 AM edit delete
Any stories about turning a table ruling around? Whether it's the players on the DM or the DM against the players?

Mawlers Take Manehattan should have a new episode today! This one has me at the helm again.
Session 3 - The Lemonade Standoff: Libsyn YouTube


ANW 11th Jul 2015, 6:20 AM edit delete reply
Have you ever try to convince someone of something, but ended up convincing yourself the complete opposite?
Castle Sweet Castle (yep. People are finally posting real vidoes on YouTube) a few minutes after the intro, Pinkie Pie does a good example
ANW 11th Jul 2015, 6:22 AM edit delete reply
What is it with Sundays and me posting first?
I just don't feel it.
Digo 11th Jul 2015, 6:25 AM edit delete reply
Considering it's Saturday right now? I think you fell out of alignment with space-time. ;)
ANW 11th Jul 2015, 6:33 AM edit delete reply
I think we all experienced that before.
Digo 11th Jul 2015, 7:35 AM edit delete reply
I sometimes have that problem when I come back to work after the Monday was a holiday. So the work-week starts on Tuesday but I'm a day behind. :3

Digo 11th Jul 2015, 6:32 AM edit delete reply
Turning the tables...

In a Pony RP, we were inside a Harry Potter comic book playing out a scenario where we all were students needing to be able to pass a teleporting exam. This was an interesting challenge for us earth ponies and pegasi to figure out.

During all that, we were harassed by a rival, a mare named Maleficent (Draco expy) who didn't think we could do it. Well not only did we all manage to pass the teleport test, but our party unicorn managed to teleport with our party, thus passing with the highest grade in class and upstaging Maleficent! :D

Then came the icing-- my character (an earth pony) went over to our rival and offered an olive branch to have lunch together in celebration of everyone passing the test. I caused her to "blue screen" because she expected gloating and not friendship. :D
Guest 11th Jul 2015, 1:57 PM edit delete reply
... *Five minutes of uncontrollable laughter later*...

Beyond the fact I want to hear how everyone passed, I think that is just one of the best comebacks and reactions I've ever heard.

Yeah, I don't think I have anything for table turning other then the DM regretting giving us some relatively over powered magic items in this dungeon excursion, but that's probably been seen by everyone by now.

Though, that does bring a sad concept I remember about always trying to overcome the greatest challenge you can find, and then being unable to find anything after-words.
Specter 11th Jul 2015, 1:58 PM