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29th Mar 2016, 6:00 AM
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Flirting with Danger
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Author Notes:

Newbiespud 29th Mar 2016, 6:00 AM edit delete
Author: MissFinefeather

Guest Author's Note: "I made this as a guest comic ages ago and I've been holding on to it ever since. Keep missing my chance to submit it. xD

"Well anyways, saw submissions were up again, cleaned it a bit to meet standards and here we are!

"This was inspired by Spoony's video 'Beware Women, for They Come from Hell' video. I don't know what came over me to use Fluffle Puff for this, but it is a thing that happened."

Newbiespud's Note: I imagine few people will have no idea what the source material is, considering how ubiquitous it is in the fandom, but it bears re-linking.


Digo Dragon 29th Mar 2016, 6:12 AM edit delete reply
Digo Dragon
Hee hee, some PCs are into that kind of encounter. Extra hilarity that the succubus is all "sure whatever" about it. Probably just wants to get to the part of draining the love. :3
aerion111 29th Mar 2016, 3:12 PM edit delete reply
They don't even have to be Succubi.
I did recently mention the Harpy my group's currently dealing with.
Well, 'dealing with' her does in fact involve one member (not me, actually) awkwardly flirting with her while she completely ignores it.
Digo 29th Mar 2016, 4:00 PM edit delete reply
Yikes, I don't want details. O.o
Kaze Koichi 29th Mar 2016, 5:46 PM edit delete reply
One time I played a literal succubus (which my party members wasn't aware of). So naturally, guys was more then happy to jump in the bed with her. Galls too, but for different reasons.
kiranis 30th Mar 2016, 12:44 AM edit delete reply
It's all fun and games until you spend five hours arguing succubus mind control can't affect any level of paladin since the book explicitly says paladins cannot "befriend" fiends
remial 31st Mar 2016, 10:25 AM edit delete reply
one of the guys who used to run Earthdawn was a stickler for running published adventures, the logic being that if he paid $20 for an adventure he was going to run it as is! The fact that many of these had not been playtested very well (I know of at least 1 adventure where we had to try to succeed on an outragously difficult test to be able to NOTICE (not even recognize) a bit of flavor text.) or that the adventures were written for a larger group then we made up. So we were exploring a tomb, and encountered a ghost type creature, one that was very difficult to harm with weapons or spells. which was odd because this was an adventure for starting level PCs and yet it could only be hurt by things that you got at higher levels.
Fortunately, it had a very low SOCIAL defense.
So instead of fighting the ghost, my character, the social bunny, seduced it, using his magical talent of First Impression.
Sadly, this kinda set the tone for the character, and so anytime there was any potential romantic involvement for him, his potential lovers ended up being members of the undead.
ANW 29th Mar 2016, 6:27 AM edit delete reply
It's April Fool's week.
OK, I'm going to get the bad one out of the way.
Have you or someone you know pulled a prank that got someone sent to the hospital or worse?
Digo Dragon 29th Mar 2016, 6:35 AM