Page 424 - Smarmony Tries, Part 4

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Author Notes:

Newbiespud 5th Apr 2014, 6:00 AM edit delete
Author: Digo

Guest Author’s Note: "...No, I have no idea what 'Attack Pattern Luna' entails."

Notice: Guest comic submissions are open! Guidelines here. Deadline: January 27th, 2023.



Specter 5th Apr 2014, 6:01 AM edit delete reply
Quick, find the real princess and use some ultra powerful AOE attack! Stat!
Digo 5th Apr 2014, 6:02 AM edit delete reply
Now might be a good time for that fireball. :3
j-eagle12212012 5th Apr 2014, 6:14 AM edit delete reply
That attack is like droping a nuke and hopein it only kills the bad guys... actualy


Argh how do you leave a link in the comments?
Edit(I got it)
Bombom13 5th Apr 2014, 6:17 AM edit delete reply
To be fair, most of the people in Canterlot right now are the bad guys.
Raxon 5th Apr 2014, 6:48 AM edit delete reply
You want to type [url =]your text here.[/url]

Except without the spaces around the =
j-eagle12212012 5th Apr 2014, 9:59 AM edit delete reply
T 5th Apr 2014, 7:35 AM edit delete reply
In War the winner decides who is good and who is bad.
T 6th Apr 2014, 11:00 AM edit delete reply
I don't remember posting this... By Celestia! A changeling!
Digo 7th Apr 2014, 1:02 PM edit delete reply
Fits the description to a... 'T'
Hariman 5th Apr 2014, 9:24 AM edit delete reply
Modern Warfare 2 didn't operate on logic. It operated on Michael Bay EXPLOSIONS and Hollywood Bull Manure.
j-eagle12212012 5th Apr 2014, 10:11 AM edit delete reply
No partner , the logic here is to drop a nuke(or in Raxon's example a moon) that only kills the enemy team...which is technically modern warfare 3 multiplayer's nuke...
Luminous Lead 5th Apr 2014, 10:17 AM edit delete reply
Dropping a moon is reserved for killing mockingbirds only.

And man, what kind of game has the has the DM been running that every choice results in instant death?!?
Digo 5th Apr 2014, 11:28 AM edit delete reply
There was a really old conspiracy game I ran where the PCs got a hold of a nuke. I was pretty horrified over what they were going to do with it.

Thankfully they detonated it underground. In the BBEG's bomb bunker. No, the BBEG never saw it coming.
Bombom13 5th Apr 2014, 6:17 AM edit delete reply
I think Luna's moon is a good deal larger than Majora's was. It would be closer to country sized than city sized.
Digo 5th Apr 2014, 6:41 AM edit delete reply
Good gravy! That's less an 'attack pattern' and more a 'final death blow' XD
FanOfMostEverything 5th Apr 2014, 6:45 AM edit delete reply
So, would attack pattern Celestia be blowing up the sun or sending the planet into it?

Also, I'm pretty sure attack pattern Discord is just the party asking themselves, "what would Raxon do?"
Raxon 5th Apr 2014, 6:57 AM edit delete reply
Raxon me would squick them to death.

Raxon Dunwich would trick them into defeating themselves.
Specter 5th Apr 2014, 7:22 AM edit delete reply
You responded like that for my own benefit, didn't you.
Raxon 5th Apr 2014, 5:36 PM edit delete reply
You bet I did, Smitty!
Night Sage 5th Apr 2014, 7:42 AM edit delete reply
Night Sage
Actually it's more: What would Night Sage Do? yes I know you haven't heard of me, but hear me out real quick.

My friends call me a special kind of chaos. I fit more closely with "chaotic neutral" than any other alignment, but my friends say "even that doesn't properly describe you."

They went on and explained why "You are capable of jumping from true neutral, to chaotic good, down to chaotic good, all the way over to lawful good, and down to natural evil. You are all over the place, that in any moment in time, any one of the 9 alignments can best describe you."

Yay for me I guess. And that is the quote of my friends verbatim. They marked me with the 10th, unknown alignment "Jumping chaos..." Description: Any of the other nine alignments can be used at any given time.

They are even going to allow me to construct a D&D character with said alignment too... YAY!!!
quantumturnip 5th Apr 2014, 11:01 AM edit delete reply
I'd say it's more like "what would Quantumturnip do?", Night Sage. You've got nothing on a moodswinger like me. How much of a moodswinger am I, you ask? Why, enough to undergo a complete personality change whenever it happens, which is regularly. It's bad enough that I once thought I had multiple personalities. I've been all the alignments in the space of an hour. That's right, 9 swings in the course of an hour. Even now, when I've gotten it more or less under control, I tend to have a swing every hour. On a good day.
Specter 5th Apr 2014, 11:34 AM edit delete reply
(Face Hoof)

This isn't a Lawful Chaotic contest.

Also, awesome pics, both of you. (Night Sage and quantumturnip)
quantumturnip 5th Apr 2014, 11:47 AM edit delete reply
Thanks for the compliment.

Sorry about the LC pissing contest. I just find it hard to vent about my problems, and now was one of the times where the current personality/mood/whatever felt like venting.
Specter 5th Apr 2014, 2:02 PM edit delete reply
kriss1989 5th Apr 2014, 2:07 PM edit delete reply
"What Would Kriss Do" is another good one. I have planes from A to Æ to ~ and beyond. I spend so much time making plans it's not funny.
The Old One 5th Apr 2014, 3:54 PM edit delete reply
So...... you're Batman then?
kriss1989 5th Apr 2014, 6:01 PM edit delete reply
Please, Batman is limited by the laws of physics and a code against killing. My characters however usually aren't, on either count.
mycroftxxx 7th Apr 2014, 10:43 AM edit delete reply
If everyone's doing this, "What would mycroftxxx do" is actually predictable. Shoot First. While D20 rules don't give the advantage overwhelmingly to the first attacker as much as the real world does, a surprise round is a surprise round. I tend to start working out scenarios as soon as violence becomes an option if the odds aren't in my favor, and as soon as more eventualities end in violence than not, I tend to attack.

This tends to confuse my teammates since they will have no _idea_ why I just shot the pregnant teenager in her gravid belly (as an example: her unborn child was an incredibly powerful homicidal psychic - good reasons for everything, but we had been following the trail of corpses it left. I chose to shoot while talking because the mother wasn't appearing to want to surrender to us immediately, and I didn't think we'ld get a warning.). But, my choices tend to be backed by Word of God later, so I get away with it.

Also, monologuing or gloating. No strategy there, I'm just allergic to it and immediately attack. That one always surprises GM's.
Digo 7th Apr 2014, 1:06 PM edit delete reply
My favorite counter to the "Shoot villain while monologuing" was from a D&D adventure where the BBEG's second in command monologued to the PCs about why they can't stop the BBEG by fighting him head on.

The PCs killed him in mid-sentence and rescued the prisoner from the basement. The prisoner asked if the PCs managed to iterrogate the commander who knew the BBEG's weakness.

Oops. :3

So now we're doing the final battle the hard way...
Raxon is subtly implying that the team is so fat that they could cause the death of millions by falling.
kriss1989 5th Apr 2014, 2:09 PM edit delete reply
But Raxon's mom isn't there.
Raxon 6th Apr 2014, 1:15 PM edit delete reply
You know, Raxon weighs some 45,000 tons, and has a collective waistline to fill a pair of size 20M XL pants...
dracostarcloud 6th Apr 2014, 10:34 PM edit delete reply
"What Would Draco Do" is actually kind of boring.

Probably try Diplomacy only to be shouted over by everyone else asking a hundred questions at once.

Then sit in the corner and shoot spells or arrows once the fighting starts.
ANW 5th Apr 2014, 6:07 AM edit delete reply
Today on the hot seat we got the fastest pony around.
The one and only Rainbow Dash.
We need both questions and answers.
Have you ever clocked your speed after a sonic rainboom?
Newbiespud 5th Apr 2014, 6:09 AM edit delete reply
Any thoughts on today's comic, ANW?
Bombom13 5th Apr 2014, 6:18 AM edit delete reply
At least it isn't another poll.
DoubleCross 5th Apr 2014, 6:29 AM edit delete reply
But it's still stuff that would be far more appropriate on a forum in a separate thread to the comic.

I mean, Fuzzy would know. He runs a forum. Doesn't he, Fuzzy?
Raxon 5th Apr 2014, 6:51 AM edit delete reply
Fuzzball has a forum? Heh... hehehe...

Specter 5th Apr 2014, 7:21 AM edit delete reply
I would follow your lead, but unfortunately I am not chaotic enough, plus I have no idea who Fuzzy is.

Oh no, now I'm going to get cascaded with a lot of responses, aren't I.
tuxgeo 5th Apr 2014, 8:09 AM edit delete reply
Re: Who is "Fuzzy?" Answer: Anobody who is bewhiskered.

Newbiespud is bewhiskered, so his girlfriend DoubleCross gets to call him "Fuzzy."
Specter 5th Apr 2014, 11:37 AM edit delete reply
Thank you tuxgeo, now I understand where (who) some of the "allied" parties are.
Raxon 5th Apr 2014, 9:04 PM edit delete reply
Damn it, Tux! Say it right! The name is Umicross!
Summoned Singer 5th Apr 2014, 10:26 AM Rainbow Dash edit delete reply
Summoned Singer
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[color=orange]d,[/color] [color=yellow]b[/color][color=green]u[/color][color=blue]t[/color] [color=purple]n[/color][color=red]o[/color][color=orange]n[/color][color=yellow]e[/color] [color=green]o[/color][color=blue]f[/color]
[color=purple]h[/color][color=red]t'[/color][color=orange]s[/color] [color=yellow]s[/color][color=green]p[/color][color=blue]e[/color]
[color=purple]l[/color][color=red]l[/color][color=orange]s[/color] [color=yellow]a[/color][color=green]r[/color][color=blue]e[/color]
[color=purple]f[/color][color=red]a[/color][color=orange]s[/color][color=yellow]t[/color] [color=green]e[/color][color=blue]n[/color]
Δyou don't know how tedious that was.
Have you ever tried using a mini tornado to get the speed for a rainboom?
HOW DO YOU COLOR!?!?!?!?!?
Raxon 5th Apr 2014, 5:39 PM edit delete reply
If we could use color, do you think my text would have white backgrounds?
T 5th Apr 2014, 7:38 AM edit delete reply
No no! RD is the fastest flyer, Pinkie Pie is the fastest pony! She is as fast as teleport without casting time.
Specter 5th Apr 2014, 6:28 AM edit delete reply
I should probably put on a disguise before somepony notices.

(one change later)

Now no pony shall suspect who I am.
HappyMuffin 5th Apr 2014, 1:21 PM edit delete reply
Hello, pony I've never seen before.

Fun Fact: durring Discord's rule he implanted a law soooo deep in the legal system of Equestria that even Celestia's most powerful bureaucromancers have been unable to remove it.

It requires that everypony who has facial hair must have a permit written on a piece of gingerbread.

The crazy thing is that the penlty for not having a permit is becoming a pony. Wierd huh?
Digo 5th Apr 2014, 6:46 AM edit delete reply
I wonder if any players out there do a lot of teamwork in combat? Or does your adventuring party just do their own thing on the battlefield?

My group rarely works together. They seem to have this notion that a round spent not swinging a weapon is a round wasted. When I'm a player, I love teamwork. I always play a spellcaster type that specializes in either team buff or battlefield control to help the other PCs win the fight.

But do I get any credit for helping? Nope, I just get chastised for having zero kills in the fight. 9_9
Derpmind 5th Apr 2014, 6:55 AM edit delete reply
Maybe you should try some necromancy. Kill your group and buff their undead corpses.
Derpmind 5th Apr 2014, 6:57 AM edit delete reply
Whoops. I meant to say 'your group's characters' there. Sorry about that.
Raxon 5th Apr 2014, 7:12 AM edit delete reply
I like playing support characters, believe it or not. I don't have a group at the moment, but remember this; The environment is your friend. Are you fighting in a great redwood forest? Slice all the trees nearby through the base so the fall on the enemy! Desert? Summon water and turn it into a quicksand bog! Trapped in a box canyon? Dude, if you can't figure out how to weaponize fifty tons of stone thirty meters up using magic, you need to take a remedial class.
Specter 5th Apr 2014, 7:19 AM edit delete reply
I am actually my best when I solo (because then I only have to look out for my own skin), but I kind of like the interactions I have with team members (because they are funny as hell to talk to sometimes). But whenever I do perform team stuff, I NEED to be a non-magical healer. cause they won't stop to rest, and I don't like restrictions on what I can do.
Curb 5th Apr 2014, 8:07 AM edit delete reply
Had a party in one of my first Rifts campaigns miss a box canyon opportunity, they even had a rocket launcher with HE rockets in it! Had to chastise them for it, would have given them extra XP for being creative with explosives.
Digo 5th Apr 2014, 11:33 AM edit delete reply
I've killed a PC by dropping stalactites on his head. Cast 'rock-to-mud' on the ceiling supporting those heavy things and viola!
Digo 5th Apr 2014, 11:31 AM edit delete reply
Well one of my players did pass away last year... but I'm not the necromancer type. :)

I tend to play Transmuters when I do arcane casters. Mostly for the fun buff spells.
Derpmind 7th Apr 2014, 8:06 AM edit delete reply
On reflection, my previous comment here is terribly stupid and a thing I regret saying. Sorry.
Digo 7th Apr 2014, 1:10 PM edit delete reply
Nah, don't worry about it. I'm past the "acceptance and moving on" phase so it's no longer a case of 'too soon'.
Derpmind 8th Apr 2014, 5:44 AM edit delete reply
*Reads through comments again*

Oh. Uh. Didn't even see that last time. I was just thinking about what I'd said (kill your friends!) and it didn't seem so funny on reflection.
dracostarcloud 5th Apr 2014, 8:07 AM edit delete reply
During a recent Pathfinder session, a friend said that he and I seemed to be the only Pathfinder Society members who would cast buffs on other people.

We've played enough adventures together that he refers to me as his Mage Armor dispensor.
Razomyure 5th Apr 2014, 8:21 AM edit delete reply
One of my most recent characters is almost exclusively support, even though by swapping just a few feats around he could have been insanely overpowered in combat. As it is, I prefer to have one or two people that I coordinate with at a time (generally two), and our sub-party tends to be the one getting all the real work done, including damage even though we've only got one real damage dealer.
Morathor 5th Apr 2014, 11:27 AM edit delete reply
Teamwork, huh... does standing on the back of a fallen comrade to gain a height advantage count?

My current and most active group has a couple of characters who do group buffs (a rogue with Bless as a spell like ability, a ranger who can share some of his FE bonus with the rest of the party). But we don't really have any sort of coordination or plan. Honestly I don't think I've ever been in a group that had actual team strategies. People just act on their own initiative. Sometimes that initiative involves coming to the aid of another party member who got in over their head, but aside from that...
MumaKirby 5th Apr 2014, 1:31 PM edit delete reply
My first character was a control wizard. In the adventure, I managed to keep the enemy from escaping, buff the party, and put the main boss to sleep so that (after the DM got a couple of horrible rolls) she wasn't awake for the entire last battle.

And all I got was yelled at for not having Magic Missile.
Digo 6th Apr 2014, 7:16 AM edit delete reply
I been there on the receiving end of "Why can'y you have magic missile?!"
Darkside 5th Apr 2014, 7:35 PM edit delete reply
My form of support is more along the lines of 'Look at me, I'm a distraction!" combined with a high AC to tank the attacks, thereby keeping the enemy away from my friends.

Which isn't to say that I'm not going to do my best to crush the guys attacking me, I just want to keep them from hurting my team.
Disloyal Subject 6th Apr 2014, 3:06 AM Tastes Like Provolone edit delete reply
Whenever I cheese a character beyond sanity, I make it a support character. Playing a selfish cheese-a-tron just isn't fun, and my way's more effective anyway - I'd rather give the whole party's weapons +2, Keen, Flaming Burst, and Charging for a turn than just rage, charge, and hope for a hit. And that's just casting - I have dedicated martial defense builds that boosted my AC and an adjacent ally or two's... though it wouldn't have worked so well if I'd rolled poorer stats.
Siccarus 6th Apr 2014, 8:39 AM edit delete reply
Been Playing as a Centaur Knight as of Late, I've been working out Having the party Healer Ride me so I can Do my Blitzkrieg Charge (65 move speed with the Horseshoes of speed) straight into the heart of the enemy without having to worry about getting killed by all the Followup attacks.
Dakkath 6th Apr 2014, 2:37 PM edit delete reply
Current character is an Inquisitor who teleports into flanks with the rogue, next campaign I plan on using a buffmancer bard (Inspire courage, Haste, quickened Good Hope from a metamagic rod all in one turn)
Curb 5th Apr 2014, 8:05 AM edit delete reply
I do my best to encourage my players to work together, doesn't always work.

I do remember a great session where we worked as a team (Me as a player, not GM). It was like the big fight scene near the end of Mr and Mrs. Smith (The Pitt and Joline film). We played off each other's weapon types and skills, backing each other up. blew the DM's little mind.
Disloyal Subject 6th Apr 2014, 2:58 AM Leeroy edit delete reply
Depending on my character's personality, I usually try that. When it inevitably fails, I charge screaming into battle and roll for intimidate. Yay for circumstance bonuses from splattering a kobold all over oneself with a critical hit on a charge!
The-Hittite 5th Apr 2014, 8:35 AM edit delete reply
"We arrested these six in the palace.

Derpy: AKA Iron Butt. Since somepony stole her muffin she's been on a rampage across Equestria on a search for vengeance.

Redheart: Nurse, assasin, wanted on over a dozen counts of malpractice.

Daring Do: Wanted on over fifty charges of temple theft and escape from dungeons."

"What is that?"

"That's racist. Also Zecora: she's been traveling as the group's personal shaman/butt monkey.

Cheerilee: rules lawyer. I guess she ran out of loopholes to abuse.

Trixie Lulamoon: also known as The Great and Powerful Trixie."

"Who calls her that?"

"Herself mostly. She's wanted on charges of minor assault, public intoxication and fraud.

They call themselves the Elements of Smarmony."

"What a bunch of A-holes."
Digo 5th Apr 2014, 11:34 AM edit delete reply
*applause* I approve of this :D
Specter 5th Apr 2014, 11:40 AM edit delete reply
My clients would appreciate it if you would stop insulting and harassing them, otherwise I will be fired as their lawyer, which would only happen if I don't counter sue you afterword.
kriss1989 5th Apr 2014, 2:14 PM edit delete reply
I prefer "Amanda Kaitlin Yearling, also known as Daring Do."
Zuche 5th Apr 2014, 9:40 AM edit delete reply
Attack Pattern Luna implies a crescent formation, possibly one intended to wax full when the opportunity comes to envelop a key position or critical opponent.

And Diamond Tiara is still being entertaining as DM. Well done. Funny to see that Redheart's comment about acceptable collateral (from last strip) is no longer such an ethically questionable positions. DD's awestruck appearance after Chrysalis reveals herself in a particularly well chosen panel. Last observation: "You and what army?" should probably go down on a list of things you never say in an rpg, ranked somewhere between, "What's the worst that could happen?" and, "Don't worry; we'll be fine as long as I roll higher than a 1."

Very entertained. Thank you, Digo.
Digo 5th Apr 2014, 11:35 AM edit delete reply
Thank you. ^_^ I'm glad you enjoyed it.
Curb 7th Apr 2014, 8:22 AM edit delete reply
You forgot two of my favorites

"Trust me"


"I got this"

Both have sent players and whole parties to their doom! I actually had my character habitually slap our fighter in the back of the head(I was the other fighter, specialized in scythes and ranged attacks. he was the blunt stick of the group) every time he started any sentence with either of these or your three quotes. kept us alive longer that way.
Digo 7th Apr 2014, 1:12 PM edit delete reply
One of my players was fond of "It all came down to this." when he was about to deliver what might be the final blow to a boss encounter. course that jsut made him look bad when he missed... :3
Randomperson 5th Apr 2014, 9:42 AM edit delete reply
I know what you mean. I roll wizards, too. Many of my current one's powers are friendly-fire capable, and the others are all weak. I am best at crowd control.
seanpony renaud 5th Apr 2014, 10:40 AM This is awesome! This is Awesome! edit delete reply
Wow, you know I've never said you and what army before but holy shit. I wonder if there even IS a Lich. I'd feel bad if these guys found out that Cadence is a Lich and let herself be taken by the Queen of Fairies to soften up the heroes. Or simply didn't fight a a battle she couldn't win and hopes for the best. I've had plenty of stories that ultimately ended up locking all the villians on a collision course and hoping like hell they would cripple each other.
Thar 5th Apr 2014, 11:20 AM edit delete reply
Just realized that some of the group changed into what can be called "Armor". Cheerilee has her veil, Zecora her cloak, and Trixie her amulet. Nice touch.
Digo 5th Apr 2014, 2:21 PM edit delete reply
Thanks! Some characters don't appear in enough episodes to get good images of them so I have to either plan out stuff like that or build poses in an art program.
Raxon 5th Apr 2014, 5:42 PM edit delete reply
Hey Thar! How is my favorite pirate god of lightning?
Thar 5th Apr 2014, 11:13 PM edit delete reply
Meh, can't complain. Feel a little unappreciated, though. It's almost like people don't like storms at sea. How's everyone's favorite god of random?
Destrustor 6th Apr 2014, 6:25 AM edit delete reply
Oooh! Oooh! Can I be god of fruit?
Or top hats?
kriss1989 6th Apr 2014, 8:13 AM edit delete reply
Sorry, top hats are a part of fancy forml wear, so yeah.
Razomyure 6th Apr 2014, 6:07 PM edit delete reply
{Can I be the god of mimes?}
Digo 7th Apr 2014, 1:13 PM edit delete reply
Would this entail that all your followers use silent prayer?
Razomyure 7th Apr 2014, 3:53 PM edit delete reply
{Of course. And anyone trying to spread the religion vocally would be excommunicated for violating its most basic of tenets. It's a win-win!}
crazyredemu aka Spiffy 5th Apr 2014, 3:04 PM edit delete reply
Im in a D&D game RIGHT NOW and our Gnoll just made love to a Owlbear....
Specter 5th Apr 2014, 5:20 PM edit delete reply
Gnoll receives Bonus XP, cookies, and 5 stars now.
crazyredemu aka Spiffy 5th Apr 2014, 10:48 PM edit delete reply
What she did is break the poor Owlbear's heart when she turned on him.
Later on I got stuck in a small room with a Dragon and Im a rouge kobold...I survived cause of my uncanny knowledge of a near by small town.
kriss1989 5th Apr 2014, 6:04 PM edit delete reply
What has magic done? What new creature will spawn from such a thing?
Raxon 5th Apr 2014, 9:01 PM edit delete reply
That's nothing. Do you have any idea what you get when a beholder and a drider have a baby?
Disloyal Subject 6th Apr 2014, 3:11 AM Rouge edit delete reply
A Beholder and a Drider? Lunch, I'm guessing. Preferaby on kebabs.
And I was going to gently mock the use of "rouge" over "rogue," but rouge actually is my favorite color for kobolds to be, so... props there, I guess.
Digo 6th Apr 2014, 7:18 AM edit delete reply
I don't even want to think about thinking about what comes from those kind of creature fusions.
Luminous Lead 6th Apr 2014, 3:16 AM edit delete reply
The eyes, THE EYES!
Raxon 6th Apr 2014, 8:21 AM edit delete reply
There are eyes in places that should not have eyes! There is big freaking maw at the front of the spider part! It is a horrifying thing!
gallowsCalibrator 6th Apr 2014, 12:28 PM edit delete reply
Another thing to add to the list of "Things That Should Have Never Been"
Raxon 6th Apr 2014, 10:13 PM edit delete reply
Never should have been, or should have been sooner?
kriss1989 6th Apr 2014, 3:02 PM edit delete reply
kriss1989's a regular spider?
FanOfMostEverything 7th Apr 2014, 5:15 AM edit delete reply
Possibly, but remember that her lower half is detachable.
kriss1989 7th Apr 2014, 5:55 AM edit delete reply
Eh, that's less scary than a regular spider.
Digo 7th Apr 2014, 1:14 PM edit delete reply
It looks like a headcrab with a hood ornament.
Digo 6th Apr 2014, 7:19 AM edit delete reply
A friend of mine announced that he's starting up a local D&D game. I'm getting back into a local game, huzzah! Gonna bring back my wizard Sparks with his pony familiar.
Lyntermas 6th Apr 2014, 10:08 AM edit delete reply
DM: Hey, guys, what did I miss? Wait, why are you packing up?
Redheart: We finished the session. Your sister was a great DM.
DM: Wait, what!? Well, as long as she kept to the notes, I guess it's alri-
Derpy: The lich invited us inside for the wedding, but turned out to be the queen of the dark fairies. Then we fought an army and it was awesome.
Daring Do: Yeah, no railroading, no contrived moral dilemmas, no boss that escaped even when you had killed him 3 times already. Just a good old fashioned slugfest.
Cheerilee: You should collaborate with her more often. Anyways, later!
DM: ...But I had the perfect moral contrivance prepared for this session...
Raxon 6th Apr 2014, 1:34 PM edit delete reply
PS: Gun show was awesome. I got a zombie saw. I feel like a raider right out of Mad Max. Wish yous guys was here!
Specter 6th Apr 2014, 6:46 PM edit delete reply
Raxon 7th Apr 2014, 10:02 AM edit delete reply
The specific show is Wannemacher in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Biannual, and boasting status as the largest gun show in the US.
JR Klein 6th Apr 2014, 7:57 PM edit delete reply
I've always wanted to go to a gun show, just to see how full of stupid rednecks they are.
crazyredemu aka Spiffy 7th Apr 2014, 3:50 AM edit delete reply
Not very full cause gun shows are way over priced, us rednecks get our guns at swap meets and such...
Raxon 7th Apr 2014, 9:58 AM edit delete reply
Not all shows are overpriced. Besides, there's more than just guns at a good show. I got a zombie saw for kicks, but I also got some gorgeous carved shells for the girls back home, and a bit of tasteful jewelry for them. My Christmas shopping is done.

Yes, firearms are overpriced, but you can find some good deals on other things. I got myself a nice bolt action pen, made from machined steel. Plastic and cheap pens tend to... fare poorly in my pockets. I got a new flashlight, always a good thing to carry. I got an interesting walking stick, a small belt knife, a dex trainter, and, of course, an overpriced funnel cake.

The funnel cake was oh so satisfying, though. Something sweet after lugging around a heavy pack for seven hours, and zigzagging your way through thirteen acres of booths? Yes please!
Matthew House 8th Apr 2014, 1:03 AM edit delete reply
" I've always wanted to go to a gun show, just to see how full of stupid rednecks they are."

As a gun owner, redneck, non genius, and frequent attendee. I can tell you that you will find that that gun shows are a lot like Gaming/Anime/Comic/Sci-Fi cons.

Except everyone bathes, uses deoderant, doesn't hit on people, skeeve, make other people uncomfortable by doing weird/strange/creepy stuff for attention, or any of the other really screwed up behavior you get at cons.

It's exactly like a big flea market. Except people are selling guns. Yes, with background checks.
Super Kami Guru 6th Apr 2014, 9:47 PM edit delete reply
Just out of curiosity will anyone besides myself be attending PAX East this year? I mean it is this coming weekend.
Raxon 7th Apr 2014, 12:21 PM edit delete reply
Nope, sorry. The warden found the hole and moved me to a different cell. It will take at least six months to make a new one.
Razomyure 7th Apr 2014, 3:56 PM edit delete reply
Oh man, you too? Seriously, I think somebody's tipping these guys off.
seanpony renaud 8th Apr 2014, 12:30 PM Game Face edit delete reply
I love Cherilee's game face. She's totally about to rock some fairies.