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20th May 2017, 6:00 AM
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Mafia, Part 9
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Newbiespud 20th May 2017, 6:00 AM edit delete
Newbiespud
Author: DragonTrainer

Newbiespud's Note: The next update is a Night Phase. Skip it for now and wait for the page after it if you want to "play along."

Also, as a reminder, people who read the Night Phase pages shouldn't spoil anything in the comments. We don't have spoiler tags in this layout. Trying to mark spoilers in these threaded comments in any way is just plain ineffective.

24 Comments:

ANW 20th May 2017, 6:04 AM edit delete reply
That last panel gave me a story idea.
Exiled or banished stories.
carcinoGeneticist 20th May 2017, 6:16 AM edit delete reply
Hm, don't really have a tabletop story about that, but I've been reading a pretty fantastic ponyfic on the subject called "Grief is the Price we Pay." It's an AU of the Thorax episode where Spike fails to convince everyone that Thorax is a good guy and they both get exiled instead. Very interesting read.
Norville Rogers 20th May 2017, 8:16 AM edit delete reply
I got one:

I was playing a druid by the name Norville Rogers (an homage to Roger Norville, my familiar was even gonna be a dog named Doobert Scoo)

Anyway, my character was a pothead, and my partner (named Catchum Hardash) was a stickler for rules and health and such. The story was that we grew up in a monestery.

The gag? They exiled Hardash, not me, but they didn't tell him he was exiled. Instead, they sent me on a 'missing' with him, where I was to lead him away from the monestery and abandon him.

Of course, I got high and forgot what I was supposed to do so neither of us ever returned. It was great
Pablo360 20th May 2017, 6:46 PM edit delete reply
Pablo360
After our secretly-evil teammate took over the city we were supposed to establish basic contact with in the last session of the campaign, he banished most of the religious leaders during the epilogue. Does that count?

(It was my [good] character's idea)

(I stink at playing good characters)
Specter 21st May 2017, 10:00 AM edit delete reply
Specter
Hmm... well, I played a kobold once who was part of a tribe who had friendly relations with a nearby human village. Some other kobolds came in and killed the humans and most of my tribe. Being such a mighty warrior, I was spared for their war machine. Due to my rebellious attitude I was exiled (an execution would have been too costly in body count). After the back story, I met the group and did adventures.

After the adventure, we all had our own epilogue to play. Easy to see what mine was... it was way too easy, almost sad easy.

I then rebuilt (sort of) my tribe and the nearby village.

Best paladin ever.
Registered 23rd May 2017, 3:03 AM edit delete reply
I'm currently playing in a campaign where everyone was banished from home to a specific island in their respective Equestria before they were all summoned to a specific version of Equestria. So we are 4 idiots stuck on an island.

The party consists of:
Mr. Man from an EqG-style world.
Mustard Horse from a pretty vanilla, but otherwise high-powered Equestria.
Stormling... Not actually sure where he came from.
And my character, Derp Pone, from a low-powered Equestria stuck in a fake time loop.

So far, aside from Stormling starving and missing his family, Derp Pone starving to death and having minor problems pretty much all the time, Mr. Man starting to drink compulsively and Mustard Horse panicking for no reason, talking to objects as if they were sentient and strangling the poor Derp Pone, we seem to be managing fine, aside from occasional insanity, which is pretty good considering we are already 3 sessions in.
Rastaba 20th May 2017, 7:14 AM edit delete