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# 41
03-15-2010, 03:43 PM
Str - 15
Dex - 15
Con - 17
Int - 10
Wis - 13
Cha - 11

Chaotic Good Rogue Halfling for the other quiz.

Thats funny an awsome, we played a 3.5 edition AD&D game as a chaotic neutral (with good tendancies) Halfling Rogue/Ninja (Ninja prestige from the Oriental Adventures).
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# 42
03-16-2010, 06:09 AM
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I was very good at throwing monkey wrenches in the DM plans.

For example I convinced the owners of this one dungeon we were supposed to storm that we were actually traveling carpet installers that their boss had hired to lay some nice new carpets in their lair. And to aid us in our work we needed a full tour of the facility and to be shown the locations of all the traps and how to avoid or disarm them.

Another time I convinced the doorman of the bad guy's hideout that I was a messenger from the next city over with an important message for the hideout's chief and time was of the essence because the heroes may be on the way to the hideout already so he has to let me in right now!

Another time I secretly prostituted out an elf sorcerer, claiming he was a she. He didn't realize what was going on until it was too late.

After this one Lawful Good temple made me angry, I forged a deed to the temple and sold it to the Lawful Evil temple on the other side of town and watched in sick glee as the two went to blows in court over the deed.

Earlier in that same temple I would steal the holy texts at night, make subtle alterations, and then return them in the morning for the morning payer readings.

I planted orc porn on a Paladin and then 'discovered' it. Even better, I asked him if he needed to talk about the problem he apparently had. And kept bringing it up.

Later I took the orc porn and placed it in a Lawful Good temple's library.

Sold the party to some slavers then tracked them back to their hidden base to rescue them and put an end to their nefarious schemes.

Have at times impersonated a wizard, sorcerer, cleric, bard, druid, fighter, paladin, ranger, monk, and barbarian very convincingly.

Killed a hobgolblin, took his hat, pretended to be him for two days while convincing the group to go raid this well fortified town because I knew a secret way in, then turned them over to the city watch and collected the bounty on them because it was more if the monsters were captured alive.

Turned an airship into a Death Star armed with an antimatter cannon using portals to the Positive Energy Plane and Negative Energy Plane, and a variation of Wall of Force.

Created a sheet of iron a mile in surface area and 1/4 of an inch thick and dropped in on an army.

Slipped some ants into the supposedly invincible armor of a bad guy then cast Giant Vermin spell on them, crushing the guy under the now ginormous ants.

Convinced a demon that by acting brutal, violent, and unpredictable he was in fact being predictable and so to really be unpredictable he need to give us some flowers, wish us well on our journeys ahead, and leave.

Was elected Queen on 'accident'.

Claimed squatters rights on a tower we cleared out despite numerous attempts by the real owners to get me to vacate. Every month or so I would return to the tower and chase the occupiers out.

Bailed the rest of the party out of a dungeon by inserting myself into a card game being played by the guards, intentionally loosing 'all' my money, then betting that I would cover the rest of the shift solo while the other guards went out for a drink.

Sparked a riot by dropping a dead dog in the street and claiming it had been a child's puppy that had been heartless murdered by the authorities. In the ensuing chaos I snuck into the castle and made off with a bunch of documents detailing some secret magical lore the kingdom didn't want anyone knowing about.

I usually play a Rogue with a lot of ranks in Use Magic Device and abuse the smeg out of the rules. And lived to stick it to anything remotely Lawful in alignment while skirting the Good and Neutral category.

In a modern game I proved that enough dynamite properly applied will solve ANY problem. Even if that problem is a hundred foot long eldritch horror and the plan involves luring it under a skyscraper and then blowing the bottom out under it, essentially dropping the skyscraper on top of the horror.
this is so full of win...
i totally wanna pla dnd with you know..
your insanity mirrors my own...
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# 43
03-16-2010, 06:16 AM
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Originally Posted by Ravenstein View Post
I was very good at throwing monkey wrenches in the DM plans.

For example I convinced the owners of this one dungeon we were supposed to storm that we were actually traveling carpet installers that their boss had hired to lay some nice new carpets in their lair. And to aid us in our work we needed a full tour of the facility and to be shown the locations of all the traps and how to avoid or disarm them.

Another time I convinced the doorman of the bad guy's hideout that I was a messenger from the next city over with an important message for the hideout's chief and time was of the essence because the heroes may be on the way to the hideout already so he has to let me in right now!

Another time I secretly prostituted out an elf sorcerer, claiming he was a she. He didn't realize what was going on until it was too late.

After this one Lawful Good temple made me angry, I forged a deed to the temple and sold it to the Lawful Evil temple on the other side of town and watched in sick glee as the two went to blows in court over the deed.

Earlier in that same temple I would steal the holy texts at night, make subtle alterations, and then return them in the morning for the morning payer readings.

I planted orc porn on a Paladin and then 'discovered' it. Even better, I asked him if he needed to talk about the problem he apparently had. And kept bringing it up.

Later I took the orc porn and placed it in a Lawful Good temple's library.

Sold the party to some slavers then tracked them back to their hidden base to rescue them and put an end to their nefarious schemes.

Have at times impersonated a wizard, sorcerer, cleric, bard, druid, fighter, paladin, ranger, monk, and barbarian very convincingly.

Killed a hobgolblin, took his hat, pretended to be him for two days while convincing the group to go raid this well fortified town because I knew a secret way in, then turned them over to the city watch and collected the bounty on them because it was more if the monsters were captured alive.

Turned an airship into a Death Star armed with an antimatter cannon using portals to the Positive Energy Plane and Negative Energy Plane, and a variation of Wall of Force.

Created a sheet of iron a mile in surface area and 1/4 of an inch thick and dropped in on an army.

Slipped some ants into the supposedly invincible armor of a bad guy then cast Giant Vermin spell on them, crushing the guy under the now ginormous ants.

Convinced a demon that by acting brutal, violent, and unpredictable he was in fact being predictable and so to really be unpredictable he need to give us some flowers, wish us well on our journeys ahead, and leave.

Was elected Queen on 'accident'.

Claimed squatters rights on a tower we cleared out despite numerous attempts by the real owners to get me to vacate. Every month or so I would return to the tower and chase the occupiers out.

Bailed the rest of the party out of a dungeon by inserting myself into a card game being played by the guards, intentionally loosing 'all' my money, then betting that I would cover the rest of the shift solo while the other guards went out for a drink.

Sparked a riot by dropping a dead dog in the street and claiming it had been a child's puppy that had been heartless murdered by the authorities. In the ensuing chaos I snuck into the castle and made off with a bunch of documents detailing some secret magical lore the kingdom didn't want anyone knowing about.

I usually play a Rogue with a lot of ranks in Use Magic Device and abuse the smeg out of the rules. And lived to stick it to anything remotely Lawful in alignment while skirting the Good and Neutral category.

In a modern game I proved that enough dynamite properly applied will solve ANY problem. Even if that problem is a hundred foot long eldritch horror and the plan involves luring it under a skyscraper and then blowing the bottom out under it, essentially dropping the skyscraper on top of the horror.
That's just... Wow. And I thought my group was insane.

We need to get an online Ten-Forward D&D game going one of these days.
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# 44
03-16-2010, 06:31 AM
[quote=Daevan]That's just... Wow. And I thought my group was insane.

We need to get an online Ten-Forward D&D game going one of these days.[/QUOT]

that is not a bad idea
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