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The Worst Ways To Die.

Discussion in 'Games: RPG & Miniatures' started by Diverjkc, Jan 31, 2003.

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  1. Sev-07

    Sev-07 Jedi Youngling star 1

    Mar 24, 2005
    I have nothing special...yet.

    But one of the characters I was GMing for was a Wookie with a HATRED for trandoshans (natural of course).

    Well he ended up dying on trandosha and I dont think he killed more than 2 trandoshans.

    His body will lay there until the trandos find it...then it will probably just lay lifeless without fur.
  2. Blithe

    Blithe Jedi Master star 4

    Jun 24, 2003
    I think the worst way I've ever died was when Sev-07's character shot me down because he thought I was going to turn his wanted character into the authorities when I was actually going to rescue him... [face_plain]

    Well, I guess he didn't need rescuing. [face_frustrated]


  3. Sev-07

    Sev-07 Jedi Youngling star 1

    Mar 24, 2005
    Well Blithe you were such a good had me fooled.
  4. Blithe

    Blithe Jedi Master star 4

    Jun 24, 2003
    *Mental Note* Gungans = STUPID

    But that still doesen't excuse you for killing the Wookiee! I loved that Wookiee! :_|
  5. Sev-07

    Sev-07 Jedi Youngling star 1

    Mar 24, 2005
    My gungun has a int score of 12 thank you very much!

    but he is lacking in wisdom I must admit....
  6. twong

    twong Jedi Youngling star 1

    Apr 4, 2005
    This one's from a D&D campaign a few months back. No one died, but it was rather funny.

    So, just for fun, the party is opening portals to different elemental plains. At one point they discover the Elemental Plain of Wheat.

    One party member decides to cast a fireball into the portal. Thus ended the Elemental Plain of Wheat.
  7. yodaismygod

    yodaismygod Jedi Padawan star 4

    Jun 25, 2002
    In a campaign I ran a while back a guy got pissed because in this big base raid his character hadn't done anything. So he walked up to the only building that had not yet been secured and there was at least one known bad guy in there. So he pulls out 2 thermal detonators, and tosses them in the door. Turns out this was the storage building. Not only did he toss it into the room with the fuel storage, but the next room over contained the armory.

    So a few seconds later there is a big crater where there once was a building. Then out of pity I allowed his partner, a pc who had told him not to toss them in to survive at just barley alive till the doctor got over to stablize him.
  8. Sith_Putty

    Sith_Putty Jedi Youngling

    Apr 16, 2005
    what game are you talking about because i have no idea!!

    if its SWG than WTF???
  9. JoinTheSchwarz

    JoinTheSchwarz JC Head Admin & Community Manager star 8 Staff Member Administrator

    Nov 21, 2002
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  10. The_Lord_Vader

    The_Lord_Vader Jedi Youngling

    Apr 20, 2005
    Step 1: Form a group that has no toleration for any member of the group. Basically, one where everyone distrusts everyone else.

    Step 2: Try and formulate a complex military base break-in plan.

    Step 3: Watch as each memeber (including yourself, because you hate everyone else) betrays/foils/desparately mutilates the other members.

    I only did this once. Let's see... we had a twi'lek tech specialist, a human scoundrel, a human soldier, and a twi'lek dark jedi. I was just the simple soldier. The scoundrel was the heart of hatred in this group. My friends and I set it up so that we didn't like each other, and we roleplayed that attitude.

    Anyways, we worked for some crooked business owner and he wanted some military secrets or something. We were going to raid the local garrison to try and get what he wanted. The tech specialist was obviously going to find a terminal, the scoundrel was going in disguised, and the dark jedi and I were just going in.

    The techie (who didn't talk much) set up his ops on an outpost after taking care of the weak stormtrooper guard.

    The scoundrel took the uniform of the dead stormtrooper and walked into the mess hall.

    The dark jedi and I creeped around the outer wall and in through a vent of the main barracks. We came into the barracks where about ten or twelve stormtroopers were doing various activities. It was hard, but got finished either way. At this point the jedi ditched me, and I just decided, hey this wasn't my thing, and left.

    I watched my friends play the rest of the campaign out. Apparently the tech specialist put alarms off as soon as he set up. The scoundrel went around and gathered a team of troopers. They found the teah specialist and killed him by having him choke on the butt of a rifle. The dark jedi slashed down about the entire regiment of troopers. They were taking cover around crates and one was next to a power couplet. The dark jedi advanced on him, made a critical hit, but missed the trooper and instead hit the power coupling, frying him and half the building.

    The scoundrel kept posing as a trooper until guard shift. He had to take a trip to the refresher. Another high-ranking officer walked in on him accidentally and in his rage decided to drown the intruder right there. I'm pretty sure you know what he drowned him in.
  11. TheLoneGunman9x19mm

    TheLoneGunman9x19mm Jedi Youngling

    Feb 4, 2005

    This wasn't that bad of a way to die, but I was playing in a really twisted up D&D game as a bronze weredragon ranger. I ended up fighting Cthulu on Bikini Atoll (you know, where they tested the H-bomb). I screw up and roll a 1, Cthulu rips my sword from my talon, impales me with it, and lays a curse on it so that I can't pull it out (the sword in question was a +5 dragon katana, forged by none other than Masamune, the smith that trained Hattori Hanzo, in other words, a tremendously powerful magic sword). Seeing no other option open to me (I figured that I'd die in the next round anyway, and I didn't want Cthulu to destroy that Earth as he had destroyed mine), I reached up and snapped the sword, releasing it's equivalent of "retributive strike," killing me and Cthulu along with me. The arcane energies released by the sword caused a tsunami that basically killed everyone that lived on a coastline on the Pacific. But, I did save the rest of the world...
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