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Overview

During the Boston Marathon on April 15, 2013, two bombs exploded, killing 3 people and injuring 183 others. The bombs, at least one of which was a pressure cooker device, had been placed near the finish line, along Boylston Street. They were detonated at 2:49 p.m. EDT (18:49 UTC), 13 seconds apart. No warning and no claim of responsibility was given for the bombings. The FBI is leading the investigation and has released photos of two suspects.

On the night of April 18, with the death of an MIT police officer in a shooting at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and ongoing through the morning of April 19, police engaged in a shootout and subsequent manhunt for two suspects, Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, Chechen-born naturalized American citizens whom they believe to be connected to the bombings.

>> No.24338663

Bombings

The finish line, 54 minutes before the first explosion

On Patriots' Day, Monday, April 15, 2013, the annual Boston Marathon began without any indications of an imminent attack.[4] Officials swept the area for bombs twice before the explosions; one of the sweeps occurred an hour before the bombs went off. People were able to come and go freely, and carry items in and out of the area.
The blasts occurred close to the finish line (yellow) along the marathon course (dark blue), with the first blast being closer to the finish

At 2:49 p.m. EDT (18:49 UTC), two bombs detonated on Boylston Street near Copley Square about 200 yards (180 m) apart,[6] just before the finish line.[4] The first exploded outside Marathon Sports at 671–673 Boylston Street at 2:49:43 p.m. EDT; the second, one block farther west at 755 Boylston Street at 2:49:57 p.m. EDT.

The bombs were improvised explosive devices containing explosives, bits of metal, and bearing balls, placed in black nylon duffel bags or backpacks.[10][11][12] One device was described as a pressure cooker bomb, thought to be made using a Fagor-brand pressure cooker; the other device was housed in a metal container of unclear construction. About 13 seconds passed between the two blasts. The blasts blew out windows on adjacent buildings but did not cause any structural damage.

At the time of the first explosion, the race clock at the finish line showed 04:09:43. The bombs detonated about two hours after the winner crossed the finish line,[9] with more than 5,700 runners yet to finish. Some runners continued to cross the line until 2:57 p.m., eight minutes after the explosions.

>> No.24338677

Bomb

A person who was briefed on the investigation said at least one of the devices was made from a pressure cooker packed with shards of metal, nails, and bearing balls to inflict maximum casualties and was placed in a backpack. The lid of one pressure cooker was found on a nearby rooftop. Investigators have found remains of an electronic circuit board that was possibly used in the timer of the bomb. Gun powder was most likely used in the explosive devices.

>> No.24338695

MIT shooting and Watertown incident

On April 18, one of the suspects was photographed in a 7-Eleven in Cambridge, MA, apparently attempting to rob it for cash.

A shooting then occurred on the campus of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, near Building 32 (Stata Center) at 10:48 p.m. EDT (02:48 UTC, April 19).[71] Multiple shots were fired. Sean Collier, 26, an MIT police officer from Somerville, Massachusetts[73] who was seated in his police car, received multiple gunshot wounds.[74] Collier was taken to Massachusetts General Hospital in nearby downtown Boston, where he was pronounced dead.

The suspects then carjacked a silver Mercedes SUV in Cambridge and forced the owner to use his ATM card to obtain $800 in cash. They then released the man when the ATM cash limit was reached. The suspects had told the man that they were responsible for the Boston bombings. Policed chased the vehicle to Watertown, Massachusetts.

Police in Watertown reported that they exchanged gunfire with two suspects following the shooting, with explosions and automatic weapon fire heard.[79] Later in the night, The Boston Globe reported that the shooting suspects were the same men being sought in the Marathon bombings.

A Watertown resident observed the two suspects exchanging gunfire with police and throwing a bomb at them, which exploded. One suspect was captured, the other managed to escape with the S.U.V.

During the morning of April 19, after the car chase and exchange of fire with law enforcement, one suspect, Tamerlan Tsarnaev, was taken by police to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, where he died of multiple gunshot wounds.[76][80] The FBI released additional photos of the two suspects during the Watertown incident.[81] The second suspect, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, sometimes referred to as the "white-hat suspect",[82] is "still at large", according to law enforcement officials.

>> No.24338702

Tamerlan Tsarnaev

Tamerlan Tsarnaev, who presented himself as a devout Muslim, was killed during a massive manhunt launched in the early hours of April 19.

Age: 26
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Dzhokhar Tsarnaev

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev posted links to websites about Islam and Chechen separatism on his page on VKontakte, a Russian social networking service. On his page, he listed his languages as English, Russian and Chechen; his worldview was given as "Islam". According to his VKontakte account, he graduated from School No. 1 in Makhachkala, Dagestan, Russia, in 2001, and graduated from Cambridge Rindge and Latin School in 2011. He received a $2,500 scholarship to attend college from the city of Cambridge the year he graduated; he had also been named a wrestling all-star the same year.

Age: 19
Height:
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Eye Color: Brown
Hair Color: Brown
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>> No.24338728

The two brothers got into a firefight with a security guard at the MIT campus

Security Guard

The primary duty of a security guard is to keep his or her eyes open for illegal activities, especially trespassing. When these activities are observed, they are supposed to call the police, not make a "citizen's" arrest. In many cases, it is illegal for security guards to carry guns in their line of work. They earn their pay by keeping insurance rates on the building they protect low.

Security guards are often former police officers (who would probably have more levels than this example).

Security Guard (Tough Ordinary 1/Strong Ordinary 1): CR 1; Medium Humanoid (human); HD 1d10+1d8+4, hp 14, Mas 15; Init +1, Spd 30 ft.; Def 16 (+1 Dex, +2 class, +3 undercover vest); BAB +1, Grap +3; Atk nightstick +3 melee (1d4+2) or brawl +4 melee (1d6+2 nonlethal) or small pistol +2 ranged (2d6); S/R 5 ft./5 ft.; AL any; SV Fort +4, Ref +1, Will +1; AP 0, Rep +0; Str 14, Dex 12, Con 15, Int 10, Wis 13, Cha 8.

Occupation: Blue Collar (class skills: Climb, Drive, Intimidate)
Skills: Climb +3, Drive +4, Intimidate +3, Jump +2, Knowledge (civics) +1, Spot +5.
Feats: Armor Proficiency (light), Brawl or Personal Firearms Proficiency.
Possessions: small pistol (such as a Beretta 92F), 2 magazines (15 rounds each), nightstick, undercover vest.

>> No.24338753

In the wake of the bombings, and the MIT incident, Boston was placed on lockdown, and individual citizen were urged to stay indoors so police and military could sweep the streets

Soldier (Strong Ordinary 2/Tough Ordinary 2): CR 3; Medium Humanoid (human); HD 2d8+2d10+8, hp 28, Mas 14; Init +3, Spd 25 ft.; Def 22 (+3 Dex, +4 class, +5 light-duty vest); BAB +3, Grap +4; Atk assault rifle +6 ranged (2d8) or combat knife +4 melee (1d4+1/19-20); S/R 5 ft./5 ft.; AL any; SV Fort +6, Ref +2, Will +1; AP 0, Rep +0; Str 12, Dex 16, Con 14, Int 10, Wis 13, Cha 8.

Occupation: Military (class skills: Climb, Knowledge (tactics); bonus feat: Personal Firearms Proficiency)
Skills: Climb -1*, Drive +4, Hide +1 (+3 fatigues)*, Intimidate +1, Jump -2*, Knowledge (tactics) +4, Listen +2, Navigate +1, Profession +3, Spot +3, Swim -7*, Treat Injury +2.
Feats: Advanced Firearms Proficiency, Armor Proficiency (light, medium), Personal Firearms Proficiency.
Possessions: automatic rifle with illuminator and bayonet, 6-8 boxes of ammunition with tracers (30 rounds), 9 mm pistol with 2-3 magazines (15 rounds), 4 frag grenades, 2 flash grenades, combat knife, light-duty vest, kevlar helmet, mesh load-bearing vest, MOLLE backpack (with rain suit, chemical/biological suit, sleeping bag, MREs), fatigues and jacket, combat boots, gas mask, night vision goggles, squad-level radio, 2 canteens (1 quart), 2 white smoke grenades, first aid pouch.

>> No.24338782

>>>/out/

>> No.24338789

Another quality Vroom a room thread.

>> No.24338853

>>24338789

Some of us play Tom Clancy-like games, with scenarios stripped straight from the headlines

>> No.24338875

>>24338853
Please go back to /po/ and never return to /tg/.

In fact, go somewhere, and never return to /tg/. We're not picky.

>> No.24338884

Can't find d20 Modern rules for police officers, which is a shame, you'd think they'd be common, but this is their equipment

http://dmreference.com/MRD/Arcana/Equipment/Vehicles/What_A_Police_Officer_Carries.htm

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Come on, man, this is not cool. At least you could've waited a few days. Show some respect. Some tact. Seriously, people...
Like I don't care what you play, yknow go ahead and play a game running this scenario, but really, be my guest, but couldn't you have waited a couple days?

>> No.24339112

>>24338941
>but couldn't you have waited a couple days?

Why would I needed to have waited a few days. The whole point is to play games that are ripped straight from the headlines

The military do all sorts of drills on 9/11, it gives them added meaning

>> No.24339135

>making a game based on a tragedy only a few days old
>using fucking d20 for a modern game
MAXIMUM OVERTROLL

>> No.24339175

>>24339135

It's not trolling, d20 Modern is my system of choice, although I'm thinking about buying that $100 1/48 scale Gundam and playing Mekton

The books are expensive though.

Maybe Rifts, but that's overpowered shit

What system *should* I be using? People keep telling me to use GURPS but I dunno...

>> No.24339193

Could the Bopston Marathon Bombers been smart enough to build a nuke? Doubtful, but soe other terrorists might

some discussion here:

http://www.giantitp.com/forums/archive/index.php?t-76371.html

http://forum.rpg.net/showthread.php?309235-d20-modern-a-nuke-does-how-much-damage-!

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>> No.24339214

>>24339175
Well GURPS can do anything. But you should really use FATAL.

Dick.

>> No.24339225

>>24339175
Savage Worlds if you like the idea of getting into squad command type stuff. GURPS if you're into hardcore milsperging (SW is kinda wargamey in how it works, so there's not much scope for crazy tricked-out weapons with fancy ammo).
New World of Darkness if you want more attention paid to story and characters, or if you like the idea of using horror elements later on.

>> No.24339228

>>24338941
Why wait?
That would kill the freshness and hilarity.

Anyway, when I heard the current state of the situation today, I felt really weirded out.
You Americans are simply insane.

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>>24339112

>> No.24339249

>>24339214
>But you should really use FATAL.

And you say I'M the one who's trolling...

>> No.24339251

Oh come on, at least all the Dorner shops were hilarious. This is just stupid.

>> No.24339253

Please just fucking die already Vroom Vroom

>> No.24339266

http://archive.foolz.us/_/search/username/vroom%20vroom/

>> No.24339272

>>24339243

How am I a gigantic faggot for wantinga Tom Clancy-like game?

People watch Law and Order for the "ripped straight from the headlines" factor?

People play Call of Duty for its realism (let's not get into a debate on that)

How am I a gigantic faggot for wanting a real-life terrorism game?

>> No.24339278

>>24338941
>not knowing this guy
Search his name on foolz.

>> No.24339287

>>24339278

Enough for me to filter and report him.

>> No.24339314

I'm honestly torn.

On the one hand, this clearly doesn't belong here. On the other, it isn't an ERP thread.

>> No.24339324

>>24339287
>and report him.

Filter me all you want, but you're going to report me for... what? Wantinga Tom Clancy / Splinter Cell-like counter terrorism game?

I'm not saying you're playing as the russian guys, I'm saying you're playing as the cops

Massive amounts of liberal butthurt in this thread.

We're supposed to be the mature board guys, capable of handling anything.

But one little Vroom Vroom thread and you fall to pieces

>> No.24339326

>>24339314
I have to agree.

>> No.24339329

>>24339272
>people play CoD for its realism
>not realising that the reason people play is because it's a very cinematic take on warfare as opposed to the milsperging of ARMA or other such games. Also, multiplayer.

The only good thing you have ever said according to foolz is that Palladium and Rifts were dogshit.

>> No.24339334

>>24339314
Thanks for revealing yourself as a shitposter too.

>> No.24339335

>>24339314
>this clearly doesn't belong here

Why? There are all sorts of d20 books on counter-terriorism, spycraft and police procedurals

>> No.24339352

Some of you need to man the fuck up and act like you have a pair. If you have nothing to contribute, fuck off.

>>24339329
>because it's a very cinematic take on warfare

Same with d20 Modern. The book flat-out says it's cinematic

>> No.24339373

>>24339352
No. Savage Worlds is cinematic. FATE is cinematic. d20 Modern is a shitty system forced to do something it was never designed for and failing even harder than it did originally.

>> No.24339391

>>24339373
>>>24339352
>No. Savage Worlds is cinematic. FATE is cinematic. d20 Modern is a shitty system forced to do something it was never designed for and failing even harder than it did originally.

[explanation needed]

>> No.24339405

>>24339352
>The book flat-out says it's cinematic
The book can say whatever bullshit it wants it doesn't change the fact that the rules are horrible for cinematic gameplay.

>> No.24339425

I don't "get" all the hate for d20 Modern whenever I bring it up. You guys should try and be more open-minded, to rulesets and news-related scenarios

>>24339405

[explanation needed]

>> No.24339434

I don't see how this is traditional at all.

>> No.24339467

>>24339434

Err... because it uses d20 Modern to adjucate a scenario that everyone knows about right now.

You could easily take your GCPD figures or SHIELD figures from Heroclix and play out the scenario right now, no problem.

We don't know that much yet, but that will change as they catch the guy.

>> No.24339475

How about we also stat that little kid that died in the attack too

You gigantic cunt

>> No.24339480

>>24339425
So your idea of cinematic combat is two guys unloading entire clips into each other's face until one of them finally drops?
d20 Modern is terrible if you don't pick some mix of Strong or Fast Hero, and even then guns usually cherry-tap people to death. Especially at higher levels.
The underlying system was designed for a fantasy game, and it shows. With Savage Worlds, even if you're the equivalent of a level 20 character, you still need to worry about being shot.

>> No.24339508

>>24339467
>Modern

How is anything modern traditional?

>> No.24339514

>>24339425
You are being mean. People died in that bombing. A child died.
On a subject of modern d20 - that shit is dungeons and dragons shitty mechanics in modern world. People are old enough to know this shit. Some of us at least

>> No.24339516

>>24339480
>usually cherry-tap people to death

Err what?

If you're so worried about gun death, then adjucate that if you take more than [blah] damage froma firearm, take a Con check to avoid insta-death

>> No.24339552

>>24339514
>You are being mean. People died in that bombing. A child died.

OH NOES LET'S ALL PISS OUR PANTS BECAUSE *A CHILD* DIED?

Do you have any idea how many people died in various wars, and we game that all the time.

Take your liberal butthurt somewhere else.

>>24339508
>How is anything modern traditional?

The Assauult group makes ultramodern miniatures, d20 Modern and Spycraft GURPS and Rifts are ultramodern, the list goes on and on.

tg isn't just swords and sorcery

>> No.24339567

>>24339475
-10 life points

>> No.24339568

>>24339516
>houserule a shitty system into doing something that it wasn't designed to do
>not just using a system that does that shit as standard

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>> No.24339593

>>24339480
There's also the fact that d20 systems tend to punish cinematic actions.
Anything other than standing still and full attacking either generally comes with big penalties or the need for a bunch of feats.

>> No.24339599

>>24339552
Not to insult your little sensitive self, but I have kids, so I piss pants. Of course, only if it is ok with you.

>> No.24339616

>>24339475
>How about we also stat that little kid that died in the attack too

He Young by d20 Modern standards, and gets penalties to all stats, 3D6 starting stats since he's essentially an NPC with no importance to the story.

See? I can stat him just fine.

Stop being an overgrown pussy liberal manchild still living in your parents basement watching cartoon pony shows and man the fuck up.

>>24339568

It's a common house rule.

But okay, I'll bite, so how does Savage World do it better?

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>>24339593
>There's also the fact that d20 systems tend to punish cinematic actions.

examples needed.

>>24339599
>but I have kids, so I piss pants

You are everything that is wrong with this country. Pic related. Try acting like you have a pair and being a man for once.

>> No.24339685

>
>>24339650
If you guess which country I am from - I swear to God you have a player.

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>>24338658
>>24339214
Well, you made my day

>> No.24339713

>>24339616
Being shot isn't the end of the road. Your attacker rolls damage and hopes to beat your Toughness, which is a threshold that most weapons should be able to beat (and that you can enhance with body armour or upping your stats).
Depending on whether the attack manages to beat your Toughness and how much it does this by, you can suffer a flesh wound/have the bullet bounce off, be reduced to a bleeding, screaming or gurgling mess on the floor in urgent need of medical attention, or all points in between.

It's easy to shoot someone in SW, it's the equivalent of a standard non-combat action unless your target grabbed cover or has an Edge (like a Feat) that makes them tougher to hit. In short, if you don't think in a Savage Worlds game, you are going to die. Horribly.

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So edgy

>> No.24339746

>>24339713
>if you don't think in a Savage Worlds game, you are going to die. Horribly.
this
My players started off by just running into fights and got their shit kicked in. Now they think first.

>> No.24339769

Cody please stop posting in /tg/

>> No.24339855

>>24338658
/b/ pls go

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>>24339855
>guy talking about his idea for a rpg
>implying he must be from That Board

>> No.24339879

>>24339713
When you say roll damage, on what die, and what's the target number. Give me some examples with numbers.

>>24339746
>My players started off by just running into fights and got their shit kicked in. Now they think first.

Examples?

>> No.24339919

>>24338875
>go back to /po/
is there a pepakura pressure cooker yet?

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>>24339919

Hm... papercraft terrorists... might be a good idea for minis...

>> No.24339997

>>24339879
Average toughness is around 5, and damage depends on weapons. Pistols and submachineguns do 2d6 damage, assault rifles do 2d8, and a Barrett .50 does 2d10.
Beat the target's toughness by 3 or less and they take a flesh wound which stuns them (being Shaken in game terms), leaving them wide open to followup attacks. Beat it by four or higher and they take a wound. Mooks can only take one before dropping, player characters and general big cheeses can take three (which go down faster than you'd think - every 4 over that Toughness is an extra wound).
Fail to beat that Toughness and your shot either nicks them, bounces off whatever armour they had on, or does nothing more than piss the guy off.

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Remember, mods don't do jack-shit unless a post is reported at least 10 times.

>> No.24340082

>>24339997

Huh. This is interesting. So it's like 40K2 and D&D, with funny dice.

What's the Toughness of an ordinary unarmored human, like me in a t-shirt? What if I'm wearing body armor? Power armor like a Space Marine?

>> No.24340115

>>24340013

Also remember to reach down, hike up your pants, adjust your crotch and man the fuck up and be able to discuss current events and how they relate to traditional games without whining and crying and having a liberal knee-jerk reaction.

>> No.24340135

>>24339879
>players walk into cave
>see spooky spiderwebs
>first thought is to burn spiderwebs
>swarms angry spiders run over and bite them
>blood everywhere
>I didn't expect 3 swarms to fuck up 3 wild cards(PCs) so badly
>2 out of 3 of them have 4 wounds(like having negative hp in dnd)
>PCs survive the fight

>Walk into other cave/dungeon
>try to be sneaky
>see bad guys
>after the sneaky guy gets the first hit off just run in
>get in a fight with bad guys
>similar result

Later
>know they are walking into troll/evil snow elf territory
>practice extreme caution
>use terrain to their advantage
>force troll to climb/jump up a steep cliff while they shoot at it
>it is softened before it gets up
>hurts a few PCs but not so bad
>They win the fight and learn a lesson

>> No.24340143

>>24340115

But I'm conservative man with a love of God. Just get your shit out of here.

>> No.24340199

>>24340143
>with a love of God.

Even worse, you're conservative, and you say you back free speech, but you really dont. God wouldn't want you to censor fruitful discussion by expecting the mods to do your censorship work for you. Go pray to your Raptor Jesus and leave the adults alone, were having a discussion here

>>24340135

cool

>> No.24340210

>>24340082
Unarmoured average human is roughly 4 or 5, it's tied to your Vigor die size (SW uses a die size mechanic to denote stats and skills, from d4 to d12).
A normal Kevlar vest gives you an extra two points of Toughness, but this doubles to four if you're being shot at because lolbooletproof. You can get heavier Kevlar suits that boosts the bonus up to 8 versus bullets, 4 versus everything else.

Oh yeah, want to know why SW is so lethal? Dice explode. Even a poxy 9mm can kill an armoured SWAT man if the shooter hits and rolls boxcars on the damage.

>> No.24340232

>>24340199

God loves his children. Why do you marginalize them? This isn't love, this is rather tasteless.

>> No.24340261

>>24339324

On the off chance you aren't trolling, people are upset because you ripped your stuff from todays headlines. People usually let a tragedy cool off for a week or two.

Law and Order isn't going to do an episode on Boston Bombings next week.

If you don't understand the factor that time plays in these things, then at least understand that other people do care, and that they are rightly going to call you massive dripping cunt.

>> No.24340279

>>24340210

It seems interesting, but using cards as Initiative is lame, but I like the pulp feel

Think I'll stick with my d20 Modern, but witha house rule for chock damage from firearms.

Interesting that >>24339593 never posted again to clarify,.

Sometimes people like dropping off criticisms, then depart, but can't back up their point of view like the big fuckin baby Raptor Jesus guy that has kids.

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Pic related, it's about as mature and well-thought as OP's ideas.

>> No.24340320

>>24340279
I hate the card-based initiative system too.
That's why I replace it with a d12 roll, with the Agility die as modifier. Pinnacle actually had something similar in earlier editions before they tried to push the card gimmick harder.

>> No.24340330

>>24340232
>Why do you marginalize them?

How am I marginalizing them? D&Dand d20 are design for realism. Tthis is debatable, but you can generally plug real-world value in and get real-wrold values out. Some of us use it for ultramodern scenarios.

But yeah, keep mashing that report button becaue you can't back up your views.

>>24340261
>If you don't understand the factor that time plays in these things, then at least understand that other people do care, and that they are rightly going to call you massive dripping cunt.

In other words, you really are a big fucking baby who can't have a discussion, and expect the mods to do your drty work for you., Just ignore the thread you little pussy.

>> No.24340351

>>24340330
>D&D
>stabbing dragons in the fucking face, magic errywhere
>realism
lol

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>>24340279
>WAAAAH! PEOPLE JUST CRITICISE ME, WITHOUT EXPLAINING WHY!
>>24340330
WAAAAAHHHH!!! SOMEBODY EXPLAINED WHY THEY CRITICISED ME!

What's it like being the worst person on /tg/ right now?

>> No.24340364

>>24340330

You're a sensationalist with a dearth of creativity who thinks that covering this tragedy makes him knee-jerkingly intelligent and a great wit.

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>> No.24340424

>>24340330
Just out of curiosity what kind of a retard are you? Were you born this way or grown up to become one or were you hit on the head too many times? Not trolling and genuinely curious

>> No.24340425

>>24340358
>What's it like being the worst person on /tg/ right now?

Feels awesome. The fact that he has a kid changes nothing. If he's a man, he's even MORe of a pussy.

OH! I HAVE A CHILD AND SO THEREFORE THIS TRAGEDY HITS ME DEEPLY, TO THE POINT THAT MY BIG DANDY VAGINA STARTS WEEPING BLOOD IF I EVEN READ ABOUT THE EVENT!

>>24340351

First edition D&D came outta Chainmail, which was derived from wargames at the time. It's been added to, badly over the years and 3.5 is known for being caster edition.

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>> No.24340561

>>24340330
>D&Dand d20 are design for realism
Wow you can not be this stupid.

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>> No.24340637

>>24340585

What the hell is all this? I'm trying to have a serious discussion here about homegrown terrorism

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>> No.24340670

>>24340561
>Wow you can not be this stupid.

If you have a normal GM, and players who are mature and not trying to make Pun-Pun, then yes.

If you play it like going to a renfaire and ignoring the inaccuracies, then yes.

You're the faggots bringing an AK-47 to a renfair and mowing down the participants, while all the whole crowing about the innacuracies of their costumes.

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>>24340637
Course you were, kiddo. Now shut up, the grownups are making this thread /tg/-related.

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>> No.24340710

>>24340561

"One of the most impressive things about 3rd Edition is the casual realism of the system. You can plug real world values into it, process them through the system, and get back a result with remarkable fidelity to what would happen in the real world."

http://thealexandrian.net/wordpress/587/roleplaying-games/dd-calibrating-your-expectations-2

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>> No.24340740

>>24340674
>Now shut up, the grownups are making this thread /tg/-related.

Oh yes, screencaps of zombie dicks is *so* TG-related.

>> No.24340763

>>24340674

At least post ultramodern terrorist stuff, not just LOL RANDUMB shit

>> No.24340766

>>24338941
do americans wait a few days to brag about tagging ragheads? nope, so why should the rest of the world have to wait to laugh at dead americans.
By jove it's so rare that the kill isn't some mass shooter nut.

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>> No.24340798

>>24340710
Well some guy on the internet wrote it so it must be true.
You better off deleting your face Mrs Vroom Vroom. This one got away

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>> No.24340832

>>24340710
Well some guy on the internet wrote it so it must be true.
You better off crying your face off Mrs Vroom Vroom. This one got away

>> No.24340835

>I don't like it
>LET'S SPAM IT!

Are all the americans this immature?

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>>24340835

I'm a Canadian :)

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>> No.24340890

>>24340869
Basically an American.

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Anybody heard of the "One Boston Fund"? It was set up by some guy who raised money for the victims of 9/11. I donated $15 myself, and before anybody goes "HUUURRR U GOT SPAMMED" this was okayed by the Mayor of Boston, and its gotten some media coverage.

Go check it out.

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>c'mon guys we're the mature board! grow a pair!
>I wanna play Tom Clancy!
>its ok, Law&Order did it!
>stop not liking what I did!

Why people come to boards with the sole purpose to make people angry, irritated and just generally spew shit everywhere, I will never know.

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>>24340973
So sad..

>> No.24341010

>>24340835
>Are all the americans this immature?

Apparently. I wish we could have mature discussion here, but apparently it's just too much for some people

>>24340832

He's one of the core designers that contributes to D&D genius, and his article is chock-full of real-world results

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>>24341003
... so sad...

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>>24341013
... it's a sad, sad situation

>> No.24341045

>>24340670
>Mature players
>Wants to milk a recent tragedy

Naw, that's cool. Empathy is for pussies anyway.

>> No.24341052

>>24339352
Sorry vroom, but most of the sperf lords here still have a bit of humanity attached to them. I recognize what you're trying to do as a great venture. But it's too boring for me.

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>>24341043
... and it's getting more and more absurd.

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Just cuaght this on the catalog: >>24336416

It's got a link to Drive Thru RPG's charity page - you can buy pdfs of games which divert at least some of the profits to charities like UNICEF, or you can just straight up give $5 to Doctors Without Borders or the Red Cross.

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>> No.24341164

The ignorant fucking lady I worked for was saying that she hoped teabaggers were responsible for this, so that we could start lynching them. Because we all know how violent those tea party things have gotten.

But no, of course it was fucking Chechens. I sure hope those cunts aren't expecting backup the next time the Russians feel like raping ten million of them. Not that they would've gotten it anyway, if Georgia was any indication.

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>> No.24341294

>make a thread about current events
>lazily tack on two sample stat blocks
>"IT'S ABOUT ROLE-PLAYING GUISE, YOUR ALL LIBRULZ, HELP HELP I'M BEING REPRESSED"

You could have at least attempted some sort of coherent joke or commentary, this is just asinine.

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>> No.24341440

>>24341010
>lawl so edgy and matuer, i wish all these juvenile amerifags would get over the whole mass bombing thing and discuss my groundbreaking and edgy thriller rules that are literally copypasted news articles and d20 statblocks
>too intense for you ficking moralfags huh

I'd be glad to provide another reaction for your EPIK TROOL reactions collage, though.

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I paid 75 cents for this - 75 cents, for a fucking grocery list.

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>> No.24342015

>>24339352
>vroom vroom
>asking people to stop trolling him

jesus it's like I've stepped into the twilight zone

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>> No.24342538

>>24342505
>>24342521
You forgot to keep saging.

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>>24342538
Shit... my bad.

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>>24342626
I love you.

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I'm pretty sure this is a shoop...

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in all fairness, playing Cluedo with one other person really narrows it down.

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Autosage is... 300 posts, 250 images, right?

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