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5th Jan 2012, 6:00 AM
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Setting the Scene
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Newbiespud 5th Jan 2012, 6:00 AM edit delete
Newbiespud
I ended up putting down the sea serpent in my script as "Steven Magnet" because, well, why not?

35 Comments:

Anon 5th Jan 2012, 6:07 AM edit delete reply
How this guy got his name may in fact be the best way anyone has ever been given any name, ever.
Vegetalss4 5th Jan 2012, 6:18 AM edit delete reply
YouTubes weird caption thingy is the best way to get a name ever?
Kyouhen 5th Jan 2012, 6:24 AM edit delete reply
It is when you get a name that works. :P
The Wulf 5th Jan 2012, 6:25 AM edit delete reply
Are you kidding? There is a great thing you can do with You Tube captions: write a script, film it, watch it with the captions on, use the captions as a new script, repeat until sufficiently silly.
NekoLLX 5th Jan 2012, 12:18 PM edit delete reply
http://nekollx.deviantart.com/art/I-m-just-saying-260333551
Aurabolt 5th Jan 2012, 7:24 AM edit delete reply
Nothing really says it isn't dangerous. Just that it is talking. I'm shocked that no one tried to do the comparison to Sense Motive in 4e.
Azureink 5th Jan 2012, 7:52 AM edit delete reply
Azureink
In 4e they call Sense Motive, "Insight."

Also, the DM could be going off of their Passive Insight. But I agree that I hope someone rolls.
banjo2E 5th Jan 2012, 10:45 AM edit delete reply
...So Pinkie Sense is actually Pinkie Sense Motive?
Karilyn 6th Jan 2012, 5:56 AM edit delete reply
Maybe it's just me, but I wouldn't expect a dragon with a perfectly groomed head and a manicure who is sobbing to be that dangerous. Unless you happen to somehow hurt it's feelings. Or you happen to be a crime