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>> No.38900452 [View]

>building with bricks
I was a boy, once

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>> No.31120514 [View]

stat me

>> No.30566018 [View]

>Anon has been known to take control of frogs.
Is Parker French?
>Additionally, he has the power to create wood out of thin air and he is able to make dwarves appear from nowhere.
That's good, the dwarves can build a spider-trap of dwarven-make
>Anon has mastered the ability to cause his assailants to become terrible at diplomacy
haha, fuck your Charisma, Spidey, I'll ruin your social life!
>and he possesses the power to block powerful magnetic fields and deflect them against any adversary in sight.
Also, fuck Magneto for some reason!
>He also is able to run up walls.
Too bad I can't run for shit
>Terribly, Anon is especially vulnerable to string-based attacks.
Why does this keep happening?

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Who's that? I was looking for new, appealing manga to read.


>> No.26179331 [View]

Ok, /tg/, Im in a bit of a pickle.

Im running a Mutants and Masterminds game for a couple of friends and Ive put myself in position where I need to give one of my players a few trials that legitimately give him moral quandries.

[insert player name] needs to use the lance of longinus to beat an angel out of his brother, but in order to do it he has to pass the lance's trials. Now the game has an element of snark and 4th wall leaning to it that make it fun, but now its time to get serious. Trial 1 was "why do you want the lance's power?" simple enough. free his brother. Trial 2 was intentionally made to play out like a bad 2004 adventure game. basically placing [insert player name] in a battle during the crusade where hes given the choice to save civilians or destroy invaders. it was basically the adventure game equivalent of Duty Calls. linear, cliche dialogue, things conveniently falling over to block the path, et cetera. basically something to make him muse "Wow, these moral quandries arent what they used to be."

trial 3 was a character backstory important plot point being played with a "would you do it differently" thing.

i need a few more before I throw him into battle against a cosmic entity, preferably good ones that make him think and put him into character.

tl;dr How do i test a players morals in trial format?

also superheroes general

>> No.25759010 [View]

This is how I recurring villain

>> No.23231153 [View]

This is how I backstory

>> No.21217457 [SPOILER]  [View]

>beats the shit out of college students.
Olympus vs The Wall when?

>> No.20876740 [View]

>implying it needs to be irradiated

>> No.17661238 [View]

why do you need it

>> No.17017355 [View]

>closing days in the war in heaven

>> No.16950802 [View]

I've got it.

A tragic tale of love and loss.

>> No.12451964 [View]

Heh, this'd be kinda funny. The vegans win, and in their green utopia there is no room for man - having overpowered and destroyed all other human factions with their dystopian plot-fueled powers they now give up everything that civilization has granted them.

A generation later, the few, sad and pitiful remains of humanity exist merely as weak, madly supersticious untalking apes, their brains dangerously underdeveloped from lack of nutrients and intellectual stimulation.

Many thousand years later they exist here and there as retarded scavengers that make no evolutionary sense, medium-sized primates desperately trying to sustain themselves by eating the poop of animals that they once domesticated.

The vegan goal has almost been achieved. Shortly, there will be nothing left at all.

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>half-elf half-drow

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