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10th Dec 2015, 6:00 AM
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Flan Fiction
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Newbiespud 10th Dec 2015, 6:00 AM edit delete
It took me ages to figure out the Friendship is Dragons(tm) "spin" on this sequence.

And then I realized...

I had to go back to my roots.


Digo Dragon 10th Dec 2015, 6:26 AM edit delete reply
Digo Dragon
Cherry tree roots?

Flan is delicious! I can never get tired of that dessert. I think that's something everyone one of my characters have in common; they like flan. Doesn't quite translate well to setting where it might not exist, but I don't worry about little details like that. ^^;

When I played The Great and Powerful Trixie, the other players would use baked goods to get Trixie to help out. She had a sweet tooth, and food tasted a bit different in human Earth than in pony Equestria. I think one of Trixie's favorite human dishes was Tiramisu. Coffee and cake in one? Yes please!
MWS 10th Dec 2015, 9:07 AM edit delete reply
I tried flan once. It seemed to be a mostly tasteless mass with sickeningly sweet goo on top to me. But then, I don't like caramel.

Pass the sour cream pound cake.
Winged Cat 10th Dec 2015, 12:09 PM edit delete reply
Speaking of, how many of you who play in pony games, have had baked weaponry come up in your campaigns? At one point when we were about to go seeking changelings, my party was given stun pies to protect ourselves with.
Disloyal Subject 10th Dec 2015, 12:17 PM edit delete reply
Disloyal Subject
Well, my pony campaign is set in a campaign setting for Equestria rather than Equestria itself, and it's about as bloody as our typical settings - Forgotten Realms, Greyhawk, etc. - as a consequence.
I fully expect baked goods (or bads) to be weaponized in a moment of desperation eventually, though.
Digo Dragon 10th Dec 2015, 12:44 PM edit delete reply
Digo Dragon
I can't think of baked weaponry coming up in the non-FOE pony game I'm in, but I did defeat mind control with a bowl of vegetable stew.

The funny part was I didn't know she was under mind-control.
j-eagle12212012 10th Dec 2015, 3:52 PM edit delete reply
I hear Flan and I think of the giant jello monsters from Final fantasy not a delicious dessert
Luminous Lead 11th Dec 2015, 5:33 AM edit delete reply
In the very first session of a DnD 3.5 game, we were watching some soldiers trying to burn down a village due to its proximity to a "cursed" forest. One of the villagers took offense to this, and attacked the armed soldiers with the only thing he had on hand- a stale baggette, ending up with a critical hit that flattened the imperial soldier. So impressed with this turn of events, the party dubbed this average villager " The Breadman", and he showed up a couple of times later on in the campaign.
Super_Big_Mac 7th Jun 2016, 3:32 PM