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All Greek To Me
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Newbiespud 11th Jan 2014, 5:00 AM edit delete
Season 4 screencaps? Dare we dream??

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mabbz 11th Jan 2014, 5:02 AM edit delete reply
Story time! Tell us about your best one liners!
NeutralDemon 11th Jan 2014, 5:07 AM edit delete reply
"You hurt my dog, you die now"

And everybody fell to my katana
Zena 11th Jan 2014, 5:22 AM edit delete reply
"Gnomes are harder to hit without the pointy hats!"
TIo Cal 11th Jan 2014, 5:45 AM edit delete reply
"You'll fall to Justice."

Not mine, but yeah. Notice that 'Justice' was the name of our super-heroes group. We had lots of imagination.
Digo 11th Jan 2014, 6:46 AM edit delete reply
This note was found by the BBEG on one of his dead mooks:
"Now Trixie has a machine gun. Tee-buckin-hee."

TanktheTortoise 11th Jan 2014, 7:10 AM edit delete reply
I had one where I crit against my nemesis and shot an arrow into a scar and said "Sorry I never meant to open old wounds!"
Digo 11th Jan 2014, 9:22 AM edit delete reply
That's a +5 in Win.
Fang 11th Jan 2014, 7:19 AM edit delete reply
"Wait, why am I getting worried about pain? I'm a WEREWOLF."

My artificer said this. He followed it by shooting an earth elemental with a crossbow in melee combat, then ordering the rogue to go be useful and kill the boss.
DDDragoni 11th Jan 2014, 8:24 AM edit delete reply

Soon followed by my barbarian nearly slaughtering half the party and a young gold dragon.
Letrune 11th Jan 2014, 9:52 AM edit delete reply
I played a sphinx being ambushed by random bandit, alone, and my scare didn't worked.
Enemy (deadpan): "Oh, my! Kitty got some claws..."
The first attack was mine, and a critical hit, so my character pounced it down and tore it's spear off with some fingers.
Me (deadpan): "And fangs too."
Wilizin 11th Jan 2014, 10:14 AM edit delete reply

And thats when the barbarian rips down a solid brick wall by tearing out a shield bolted to it. Sunlight pours in and hits the vampire we were fighting.
Boden King 11th Jan 2014, 12:33 PM edit delete reply
"You were waiting what, thirty years to take your shot at me? Well I've been waiting too, I've been waiting for my friend to arrive!"

At that moment our ten foot tall Warforge ally bursts through the underbrush to help deal with the half-orc bandit lord that assaulted my character's home town.
Wyvern 11th Jan 2014, 12:34 PM edit delete reply
After a plan is explained, one character asks, "Isn't that dangerous?", to which the reply is, "Of course. That's why we're doing it!"
Castille 11th Jan 2014, 12:39 PM edit delete reply
The conclusion to a 3 year Victorian-Pulp World of Darkness game. My werewolf & the science-mage character had just gotten married & the finale was the honeymoon. The wife mage was surrounded by goons all threatening to shoot her if I attacked.
"Go ahead. Give me more Rage points. I dare you."
Of course the mage had the highest body count by the end of the game...
aylatrigger 11th Jan 2014, 1:46 PM edit delete reply
"Well at least we know he has one weakness-he's a god, so he must be overconfident."
aylatrigger 11th Jan 2014, 2:01 PM edit delete reply
From preparing to seduce a magistrate to let us past him:
"Well, my diplomacy is crap...but my acrobatics is excellent."

Our alchemist <in fake German accent> "I hav 'zis pheromone." ...then got a natural 20 in a roll to make it. And the acrobatics 'exotic dancing' was also 20, which got us 44 (the pheromone gave +10).
kriss1989 11th Jan 2014, 7:55 PM edit delete reply
"See, you made one big error."
"Oh, and what is that you ignorant brute."
"YOU can't fly."

A bit context sensitive, but the short version: master assassin with magical flying boots that bragged about being "the assassin of the air" and the like. A greater dispell magic had suppressed his magic items temporarily during our third fight with him on rooftops. In Sharn, a city where the buildings are so tall they need the natural wind magic of the area to stay standing. My character, a warforged fighter, then proceeds to bull-rush him off a roof while his magical flying boots are still off for another two rounds. He fell 250 feet. Splat.
Rokas 11th Jan 2014, 10:19 PM edit delete reply
"Mister Nibbles doesn't like you!"
sheridan101 12th Jan 2014, 6:00 AM edit delete reply
"I don't like your face" said by Paco the halfling warlock just before casting a once a day spell(flames of that can't be right) turning the gnoll who was attempting to "collect a entrance fee" at the gates of the city into a column of fire and ouch
JET73L 12th Jan 2014, 9:56 AM edit delete reply
"Petra? /Bite/."

Petra was a ferret. Not a familiar, not a dire ferret, just a well-trained, perfectly normal ferret. At the time, I was holding a traitorous quisling by the neck against a wall. I had scored /very/ high on Intimidate, and had slowly built up an almost-but-not-quite-righteous tirade against the want-to-be backstabber. Petra had crawled up my sleeve (as she spent most of her time safe inside my enchanted armor), and was literally nose-to-nose with the guy.

The guy mocked me, saying that I couldn't do anything to hurt him because I was a cleric and he technically hadn't attacked us.

I rolled a crit on Petra's "roll to obey".

That guy suddenly had a ferret quite firmly attached to his nose by the teeth.

It's not much of a one-liner, but the buildup made it the highlight of that session for me, if not that whole campaign.

As for the comic: Hmmm... The Headless Horse doesn't have eyes. I haven't seen the Season 4 premiere (curse the timing that prevented me from getting The Hub before the premiere aired, and curse my On Demand service for not offering the FiM season premiere episodes until months after the other episodes!), and the "cleaning up the castle" episode didn't have anything other than those shadow-eyes, so I'll bow out on speculation for now.
Digo 12th Jan 2014, 11:09 AM edit delete reply
Dana Scully: "Touch me again and they'll have to install a catheter through your belly button."
MWS 12th Jan 2014, 11:49 AM edit delete reply
Me: You're forgetting one thing.
Villain: And that would be...?
Me: I'm still carrying the bomb. <pushes trigger, killing us both>
Nohbdi 12th Jan 2014, 4:17 PM edit delete reply
BBEG: "You don't frighten me, little fuzzy thing. I have surrendered - The Jedi Code won't allow you to --"
Me (playing a Squib): "Not a Jedi."
BBEG: "Wh-what?"
Me: "Not a Jedi." <flicks open a switchblade> "Different kind of monster."
LDB 12th Jan 2014, 4:44 PM edit delete reply
Not mine, but a fellow gamer's:

There is evil afoot, I will cut it off at the ankle!
Call me Al 12th Jan 2014, 5:04 PM edit delete reply
SG 12th Jan 2014, 11:34 PM edit delete reply
Bit unorthodox answer, but a friend of mine in one mini-campaign we did played a character ripped straight out of Dota called Axe, and quoted several of Axe's one-liners from the game at various points, like "Twenty hacks from the axe of Axe!" and "The enemy has capitulated to superior force! ..Axe brought his thesaurus!" Yeah. That's a thing.

So much later, the group is facing the big bad. We only have three people playing, so I'm DMing as well as playing a char, trying not to lead the other two but helping with combat and giving nudges if needed. So my witch demands explanations for the big bad's actions, and she answers, "You wouldn't understand."

"Try us." So I inform them that she begins going on a lengthy science-technical-jargon-sounding rant. There's something to do with ley lines and alignments and world domination and.. My witch doesn't want to admit she literally doesn't understand.

So Axe's player asks if they can have rolls to see if they get it, and I say of course. Axe actually has a negative intelligence modifier, but his player presents a decent argument for why this would be an exception. So I'm like, all right, there's a chance you might understand then.

To which he replies,

"Well if you remember from earlier.. Axe brought his thesaurus."
DM's Choice 13th Jan 2014, 1:45 AM edit delete reply
"YOU! SHALL NOT! PASS!" Seriously. It was a water elementalist stepping into the way of an ice demon to prevent him from killing innocents.

Another character: "I said, I don't like bows. I never said I can't use them." A dwarven crossbowman finishing the big baddy with a bow lying around after he temporarily lost his trusty crossbow.

Guess I have thing for movie quotes :D
*Insert Comedic Name* 1st Mar 2014, 3:08 PM edit delete reply
"You will die to lots of caltrops!"
My artificer made Armor of Infinite Caltrops.It drops caltrops behind you forever.when you stay still long enough,they concentrate so much that when the Rogue BBEG died when he tried to sneak attack me.Note that I was not an Artificer,the class,but an Artificer as a Wizard who makes a lot of magic items.
DungeonMiner 11th Jan 2014, 5:10 AM Lurker edit delete reply
In scottish accent, after almost single-handedly clearing the room. "Well don't you all jus' suck!?"

I had a better one somewhere...
Raxon 11th Jan 2014, 5:16 AM edit delete reply
I'm not good with one liners. Have a single sentence instead.

"Little did you know I replaced the joker gas in all your bombs with perfectly harmless rohypnol!"

No context. It will spoil the fun.
Gyvon 11th Jan 2014, 5:36 AM edit delete reply
You evil bastard. Now I must know
Digo 11th Jan 2014, 6:47 AM edit delete reply
By comparison with Joker gas, that would be harmless.
Raxon 11th Jan 2014, 7:50 AM edit delete reply
Turns out stealing everyone's gas masks and gassing people with roofies is frowned upon. And the thing with the markers probably didn't score him any points, either.

On the other hand, he got ten years of gold on reddit with the pics and videos.

The marionette thing with the joker on youtube, however, was met with an oddly cold reception.
Blademan9999 14th Jan 2014, 2:26 AM edit delete reply
Seriously your radon character has too many good stories you should really write up his entire history and put it somewhere on the internet. Your Raxon character is awesome.
FanOfMostEverything 11th Jan 2014, 5:22 AM edit delete reply
For those who are wondering, Pinkie didn't make that up. Taraxippoi originate in Greek mythology. Nice work, Spud!
Digo 11th Jan 2014, 6:48 AM edit delete reply
Oooh, nicely done Spud.
Guest 11th Jan 2014, 8:57 AM edit delete reply
Wouldn't a taraxippus be basically THE scariest thing in Equestria?
'Cause everypony's, you know, a pony?

They're only being nonchalant because they're forgetting that they're playing ponies. =o
Guest 11th Jan 2014, 9:49 AM edit delete reply
It's only scary if you fail your will save. And who cares what happens to commoners with low will saves?
SG 12th Jan 2014, 11:46 PM edit delete reply
In addition to the Will save argument, it doesn't terrify ponies. It doesn't hurt ponies. It doesn't steal away pony children.

It scares ponies. Just scares.

By their reactions, I'm picturing it just startling/spooking folks. Jumping out and yelling "boo!", and if you're afraid of ghosts, that alone is pretty scary! If you're wise to what it's doing, though, it's... really unimpressive. So yeah. :O
Zuche 11th Jan 2014, 10:35 AM edit delete reply
That title plays into that very well. Nicely done.
Delta Pangaea 11th Jan 2014, 5:24 AM edit delete reply
"You say that like it'd discourage me!"

I guess today is One-Liners and Quips! Got any to share?
Delta Pangaea 11th Jan 2014, 5:25 AM edit delete reply
Damnit, Mabbz.
EspyLacopa 11th Jan 2014, 6:03 AM edit delete reply
Whilst in the middle of Antartica:

"We got lost in the midst of the Klondike, can you tell us which way is North?"
you know that guy 11th Jan 2014, 8:39 AM edit delete reply
I thought the Klondike was in the arctic.
Digo 11th Jan 2014, 9:37 AM edit delete reply
The joke could be just how lost they got. :)
Guest 11th Jan 2014, 6:14 AM edit delete reply
Short story, one of our characters was this big angry Scottish dude. The players have just met the big bad, an ancient demon. The Scottish guy shouts some incomprehensible gibberish. The demon says dead pan "I speak all the living languages of man, and I have no clue what you just said" and the angry Scot just replies "I said it and even I have np idea what I said"
Oblivious 11th Jan 2014, 7:00 AM edit delete reply
Been a while since I commented; time to fix that. This one requires a bit of setup...

This was during a live Pathfinder game, and our party is a rather strange one, mostly because of the races travelling together. No humans at all, two half-orcs, two elves, a gnome, a goblin, and a tengu, whom this short story's about; the party gets funny looks every time they go anywhere in their small caravan (not that I blame the townsfolk).

The tengu race are basically bipedal, usually dark-feathered bird folk, and in the lore about tengu, it's specifically noted that it's hard to tell males and females apart, unless it's a fellow tengu taking a look at them. The fact that the male player rolled a female rogue doesn't help matters, since it's a hot table, and we constantly mix up pronouns, both in and out of character, and this goes on for well over two months.

Cut to much later in our quest, where we are dealing with a forge spurned, a fiery undead creature, bound in supernaturally crafted soul chains. As much fun as that sounds, Akiko (said tengu rogue) is bartering with it (really high Diplomacy roll, as well as the tengu being the only one who can speak Dwarven). After a heated debate, the forge spurned makes a remark about Akiko's "inferior race and gender." The creature had apparently been female before being condemned to being a forge spurned, and its failed roll at identifying Akiko's gender lead it to believe that she was a he. Before anything else could be said, her player stood up and slammed the table, shouting "F@#$ you, I'm a woman!" and rolls for an attack on the creature. A nat 20 is rolled, and the confirm is with a 19, with was within crit range. The DM rolled with it and said, "You know, not gonna let you insta-kill it, but I'm gonna allow for a critical hit to cripple it, because that was perfect!" Damage was rolled, the fight was on, and even after all that, we still still screw up poor Akiko's gender.

As a side note, as "F@#$ you, I'm a woman!" is screamed, the player's English professor is passing by, and raises an eyebrow in confusion, since this was in the student center where our DM was attending college. Without missing a beat, said professor goes, "D&D?" to which we all go, "Yeah, basically," and he nods in approval. Good times. :)
you know that guy 11th Jan 2014, 8:42 AM edit delete reply
Why doesn't the gnome speak Dwarvish?
Zuche 11th Jan 2014, 10:36 AM edit delete reply
He must have missed that semester.
Night_Sage 11th Jan 2014, 7:06 AM edit delete reply
Hmm... one liners I've never been good with one liners, but I do remember this:

"I don't have time to die! But you do!" *gunshot*

St Fan 11th Jan 2014, 7:47 AM edit delete reply
Not really an in-game one-liner, but while playing the first Eye of the Beholder, in the drow levels of the dungeon, I imagined the dwarf of the party always saying the same thing after triggering an explosive rune. Or a magic missile trap. Or a fireball trap.

"I hate drow humor."
Midnight Blaze 13th Jan 2014, 5:51 AM edit delete reply
Just to clarify, this is continued from my last story. Anyway, we got to the curse-caster's tent and B.J. goes in first, using his talent: wrapping lightning around his legs and wings (first minmax of the campaign so far, took a hit on his speed for it). So he bursts into said caster's tent. The caster says "What? How did you get in here? Who are you?" to which B.J. replies "I'm B.J. and these are my thunderhooves!" after which he proceeds to tear the guy a new one.
ANW 11th Jan 2014, 7:50 AM edit delete reply
Discord, Luna, Sweetie Belle, Fluttershy, and Angel, has made the list. Their is 3 places left.
This time, it's not about MLP or D&D, and it sort of relates to FID.
The Commenters.
Who is your favorite? Don't vote for yourself.
Me: Our favorite Alt-scripts and sneaky Spike, Lyntermas.
redwings1340 11th Jan 2014, 9:07 AM edit delete reply
Honestly, I kind of feel like we shouldn't do this poll, since it kind of has the potential for some negative backlash. We're all great in our own way, and I love the comment section here though. You are all awesome! :)
kriss1989 11th Jan 2014, 8:05 PM edit delete reply
Thanks redwings, you're the best...wait that wasn't a vote that wasn't a
Redwings: 2
Lyntermas : 2
Everyone else: 1

Darn it! Wait, redwing voted for everyone? Dang, she is best commentator.
Tatsurou 11th Jan 2014, 11:26 AM edit delete reply
While I agree with redwings, I will say that for me it's tied between Lyntermas and Raxon.
Raxon 13th Jan 2014, 7:15 PM edit delete reply
While I appreciate the sentiment, I realize I have been talking too much about one character, and a very poorly optimized one, at that. I will endeavor to tell more about some of my minmaxed characters. I would have to say Umicross is my favorite, because she makes Spud happy, and a happy Spud is a tasty funny Spud.

Maybe I should tell of my furry wolverine knock off. Or my juggernaut knock off. Possibly my cowardly, yet remarkably lethal martial artist. Heh heh heh. Maybe I should tell some stories of Dirk Irons, a reluctant superhero who debuts when he responds to a bank alarm because it's his day off and he's trying to sleep.
Mr. Brony 11th Jan 2014, 7:53 AM Cheating a bit but... edit delete reply
Okay, this wasn't a one liner, but I made up this great monologue for one of my characters because it was an old west setting and his parents had been killed in Sherman's march through Georgia, making him hate the Union.

"You feel bad for the poor Union boys? The same Union boys who cut their way through Georgia? Killed old men and children that only wanted to defend their home? While I fought save my home, those 'good Union boys' burned and raped and pillaged Georgia... and then got medals at the end of the day! So fuck you, and your Union father."
ToaofTwilight 11th Jan 2014, 7:53 AM One-liners? Only two. edit delete reply
My first dm, second campaign was in an underground Zombie nightmare. Apparently, some Yuan-ti brought the T-virus down with them to a dwarven settlement so they could take over. The virus got out of hand, and we arrive and manage to make our way to the one safe-haven: the dwarven mage tower, where the survivors with PTSD are being given shelter. Not that we knew of course, we just dragged our bleeding party to a door and heard the voice of some insane person dragging a large weapon across stone on the other side. My party wanted to proceed with caution (we had already lost our mage just getting in the tower), but I was playing an impatient halfling rogue who never takes anything seriously, so I just walk right in and say "hey, Ma, what's for dinner?" Surprisingly, the Yuan-ti on the other side was so messed up in the head that he honestly believed he was my mother, so let us through without problems.
My second story happened more recently. I'm just going to assume everyone has played Keep on Shadowfell. I was playing a dragonborn fighter just on the edge between neutral and evil, and the duke of Winterhaven hired us to rout the group of kobolds posted outside the village. We go, we fight, and when the suckers are all dead, my guy takes one of their own spears and skewers them all, carrying the kebab back to Winterhaven and plunging the shaft into the ground in the Duke's front yard, telling the guards "I'll be back with more." Needless to say, everyone at the bar that night stayed far away from my character.
Kynrasian 11th Jan 2014, 8:22 AM edit delete reply
Never had any one-liners that stuch, but I do remember the time we ambushed a page to get letters from him that could help clear our names from a false accusation of regicide. In the end I disarmed the page and restrained him, screaming "DO YOU KNOW WHO I AM?!" before giving out to him about my innocence and how the man he was serving was the real traitor and wouldn't care if his page was killed carrying that message and asking him "Do you want to die for a man like that?!"

We got those letters.
Call me Al 12th Jan 2014, 5:15 PM edit delete reply
I am the man who is gonna burn your house down! With the lemons!
Pathfinder 11th Jan 2014, 9:00 AM edit delete reply
I admit that is my great weakness - I can't think out one-liners on the spot and even coming with them in advance is hard. I always had deep respect for people who can improvise such things so here are few made by my fellow players.
-"I'm prepared to be the last living person in the world"
-"My name is Don Miguel Antonio de Aldana de Torres del Castille of Swordsman Guild - in short: run"
and the only good one that is mine I just remembered
-You can now lay on the ground or in it. Your choice.
DoubleCross 11th Jan 2014, 9:31 AM edit delete reply
Raxon 13th Jan 2014, 7:27 PM edit delete reply
Umicross, my dear, you have excellent taste in anime. Shame it turned into Magic: The Gathering: The Animated Series.
Digo 11th Jan 2014, 9:35 AM edit delete reply
I ran a one-shot Pony GURPS adventure and the players were essentially adult versions of Bloom (knight), Sweetie (mage), and Scootaloo (rogue). The players weren't well versed in Pony, but they know a few memes, such as Scootaloo being referred to as a chicken.

They were protecting a caravan through a mountain pass but got ambushed by Diamond Dogs. Scootaloo was hidden at the time, so when her turn came up, she jumped out of her hiding spot for a surprise attack and dove on the dogs. The player's pre-buttkicking one-liner was brilliant:


And then the player struck with both daggers, nearly crit-ing twice.
Zuche 11th Jan 2014, 10:29 AM edit delete reply
Appearing to make a pair of spectacular strikes does entitle one to crowing rights.
Digo 12th Jan 2014, 11:11 AM edit delete reply
True, and I'd definitely give a damage bonus to ensure each strike was suitably awesome. :D
William F. 11th Jan 2014, 10:17 AM edit delete reply
In a New Wod, we're up against a man possesed by an Efreet who killed my family 15 years previously.
I challenge him to face me as his true self. (This later turned out to be a mistake as Efreeti in World of Darkness are HUGE!) He tells me "I don't think you'll like what you see."
To which I respond, "You killed my family, You're ugly mug won't make much difference."
....It didn't go so well after that.
Lyntermas 11th Jan 2014, 10:37 AM edit delete reply
Season 4 clips!? Of a villain that's only had 10 seconds of screentime!?
*Alt-Script Maker 9000 starts blowing steam, making high-pitched whirring*
I...gotta make sure this thing doesn't self-destruct. Be right back.
Tatsurou 11th Jan 2014, 11:34 AM edit delete reply
It said it's a servant of some ancient king! Throw the Crystal Heart in there somewhere.
Warhawk 11th Jan 2014, 6:27 PM edit delete reply
"Ancient King" could refer to Discord as well.
kriss1989 11th Jan 2014, 8:11 PM edit delete reply
Sombra, totally Sombra!
sjosten 11th Jan 2014, 11:18 PM edit delete reply
Or Ahuitzotl. Daring Do seems much more like one of Pinkie's wild tangents than the DM's easily derailed, but thought out, plots.
Tatsurou 13th Jan 2014, 10:52 AM edit delete reply
Except that involves all six ponies, and stars RD...who isn't here.
redwings1340 13th Jan 2014, 5:21 PM edit delete reply
I'm personally going with Sombra (as the king). It's the only thing that makes sense.

Wait... I'm doing this all wrong. Why would anything make sense in this campaign? It's totally Angel Bunny.
Guest 13th Jan 2014, 11:49 PM edit delete reply
With a NY accent.
aylatrigger 11th Jan 2014, 1:53 PM edit delete reply
In a Loony Oneshot where we were fighting the president of the university, her final attack was to give us infinite writing assignments. The monk and the barbarian are the only ones left fighting. The monk makes the will save. The barbarian does not. *beat* "Wait, Barbarians are illiterate!" And thus the barbarian avoids the attack and makes the finale blow.
Unknown Correspondent 12th Jan 2014, 12:02 AM edit delete reply
I'm not usually good with snappy comebacks, but one time I was. Our spoony paladin kept detecting evil on everything the DM described. When he pinged a building, the DM had had enough and said, "Yes, the building is evil." I shouted out, "It's a werehouse."

The best part was that the DM gave out small XP bonuses for making him laugh. It was just enough for me to level up.
you know that guy 12th Jan 2014, 1:26 AM edit delete reply
I have a fellow player who gives out Disapproval Tokens when we make puns. They are worth XP.
Necroceine 12th Jan 2014, 7:38 AM edit delete reply
You're using a taraxippus? Nice! I was actually considering it in one of my RPs.
TheFreshDM 12th Jan 2014, 3:25 PM edit delete reply
The only time a one-liner really stuck in my head was the time a friend of mine ran a Dungeon crawl and we came across a group of stirges in which one latched upon my barbarians arm him being more brwn than brains (20 Str 7 Int) than proceeded to say: "YOU GO BOOM!" to which he than used his smash said stirge killing it resulting in a broken arm.
NotMe 12th Jan 2014, 9:14 PM edit delete reply
"No. He's still moving."
This was my answer when the party asked me to let another party member back on my spaceship. I had kicked him off of it. We were in deep space at the time.
Rhino_Man 12th Jan 2014, 10:22 PM edit delete reply
hmmm good one liners eh?

evil bad guy was a super high level wizard and was going on about having all the powers of the cosmos and how he was going to rule the world once he'd successfully destroyed the whole party (one of the members in the party having already being hit by a disintegration spell, we knew he was serious). The Barbarian basically shrugged, activated rage, and shoved him headfirst into a bag of holding.

My rogue (who's bag it was) peeked into the bag and squeaked out "eeety bitty little living space"
Thinker 13th Jan 2014, 2:39 AM Villains edit delete reply
Where the f*** is Discord, Chrysalis & Sombra?!!!
Midnight Blaze 13th Jan 2014, 6:09 AM edit delete reply
Watch your language you little **** ******** *** ******** kangaroo fart.
Saligia 13th Jan 2014, 10:04 AM edit delete reply
"My name is Ilaria Veniero. You tried to kill my father. Prepare to die."
GM even had me say it as convincingly as possible and I got +1 for attack ;P
Freelance 13th Jan 2014, 3:36 PM edit delete reply
Teammate: *Post annoying him* "Have you ever been drawn and quartered?"
Me: "No, but I've been nickel and dimed."
TM: "Ever been hit with the ugly stick?"
Me: How do you think I got this mug?"
TM: "... Okay, that was good."
Colin 14th Jan 2014, 6:31 PM edit delete reply
"For your information, I can boil you alive in your own blood."
Disloyal Subject 21st Jan 2014, 8:59 AM Boiling Blood edit delete reply
I love that spell. My dwarf sorcerer abused it; it doesn't matter if you're a squishy mage when all the ogres fall down screaming before they can get to you!
And it does make for wonderful threats.
lilystar6 30th Jan 2014, 11:18 AM edit delete reply
This one was from one of the other players, as is want to happen in RPGs we got into a fight, lead ing to the most interesting battle cry of "For Sandwich"