ok, this one is not a strange combo or anything, but it's dumb and weird:
Me and my friend once made up a character concept where we would be playing a siamese twins fighter wizard. Yes, indeed: one half was wizard, the other half fighter. And of course we had to go with the fact that this/these elven character(s) had only one set of legs, so a fumble would occur every time we would walk somewhere.
In the end, we never played this one, just like we never used the 'bunny bombs' for the inventor my friend played. Too much randomness converted to dice-rolling.
Posted on 2007-11-15 at 18:21:28.
Grugg Mun is Fandatory RDI Staff Karma: 355/190 6168 Posts
Thanks for the applaud Olan...someone re-applauded you to keep us tied.
Must add that deer got picked up by an orc and eaten I think...
he is a some what smart gully dwarf
he was a cleanest gully dwarf i know only becase we ended up AT "INN of last home" and he got a unwilling bath
he mostly say " bonk want spicey potatoes from pretty lady' pretty lady being Tika Waylan
In one of my TT games, a player's female wizard wanted to capture a wounded yuan-ti to breed with her "pet" ogre (which she had already captured in a previous adventure). When I asked her for the purpose of this union, she told me, "To create a new character to play, you dope!" (I swear!)
Needless to say, her desire was not fulfilled, and the wizard was captured instead. She was force-fed a love potion and then bred to her own pet ogre. The player quit there and then and eventually sold all of her books to me ...
Posted on 2008-01-19 at 22:11:37.
Edited on 2008-01-19 at 22:15:19 by Dwibius
My girlfriend... bless her. She played a gay Huskan. a Huskan is a medium-sized halfling/dog, like a centaur but smaller. Anyhow, this was not the entirely odd thing about her. She was... The Legendary Frying Pan Warrior!
That's right... I made up a class, solely devoted to the absurdly effective use of a frying pan! It was kind of like a cross between a paladin, a monk, a fighter, and a soul knife... for those of you embraced in psionics...
I'd like to say that there is NOTHING wrong with the Sadistic psychopaths i make..
I'm sure i have made at least one fairly sane character..
Like.. One of my Exalted characters? I mean they where not always nice but some of them weren't crazy.. It totally wasn't my fault that that woman got impaled with a sword twice her size.. she shouldn't have been in that shadow >_<
The strangest character I've prolly role played was an Albino Werewolf with Megalomania...
The only thing i can actually remember doing with him was sitting naked in a wagon full of women we just rescued.. And that wasn't my fault either.. Clothes rip when you suddenly grow to two times your normal size >_>
And then there was this time we almost died running around in the dark of a girls dormitory.. That was interesting..
Posted on 2008-02-20 at 20:42:03.
Skari-dono Icelanders! Roll Out Karma: 102/11 1514 Posts
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GT, in case you don't remember, you impaled the woman because she witnessed you 'accidentally' cutting her ten year old daughter in half!
Thing was, and I accept it as my fault, the Solar was hiding in a dark house after being wounded in a previous fight, when suddenly he heard something coming from the shadows. Of course, being in the situation that he was in, he did exactly what I expected he would and swung his sword in that direction and cut a young girl in half. Of course, the mother came screaming and crying and for whatever reasons, GT impaled her (argued to end her suffering). And that is the story of GT's Solar.
Sounds good a animal party. Not sure what their whole reason for adventuring would be except to do it and equipment would be a little hard to come by. This would be the place for to see something like that happen though.
Posted on 2008-02-24 at 02:47:34.
Bromern Sal A Shadow RDI Staff Karma: 142/11 3787 Posts
And sick, so I don't much have anything on my mind that's useful, but I had a friend who solely played (I was pretty much the GM all the time). Me and the guy who introduced us to gaming wanted to try our combined skills as an adventuring group, so we asked this other guy to GM for us. We brought together two character's that had been created in the same vein: Greydon and Reddon. This new GM had already decided to throw us for a loop, and our first encounter was against giant carniverous beavers...that could fly.
That session ended early with me taking over as GM again.