Spelunking for the Empire November 18th, 2013, 1:17 am
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As I have mentioned in an earlier comic, we play a Star Wars roleplaying game set in about the time period of SWTOR. And sometimes, um, there are some misunderstandings. So very sorry Koyi :I

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Posted @ November 17th, 2013, 12:44 pm

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Reader Comments:

It's probably wise to set up paramaters and dimesions of a place your entering beforehand.

Then again... I don't think it is a daily occurence that a 2m tall guy enters a 2m high cave.

Although it is pretty stupid of said tall guy to NOT know his cranium is basically scrapping against the ceiling.

On a different note, how long did those troopers last? Since they resemble stormtroopers I don't think it would be all that long.

Posted @ November 18th, 2013, 3:39 am

Hey, we had stuff like this happen all the time in my friends D&D sessions. It would lead to unexpected hilarity when stuff like characters using fire spells near explosives ended up accidentally blowing up half of the party.

Posted @ November 18th, 2013, 10:33 am

@Deonis: Haha, those poor troopers... We had 15 of them going in the cave with us, and I think maybe one or two made it out alive. The first one died not even 100 m in. The five that waited outside were fine though. Best decision they ever made, I think, guarding the ship.

@Griffen: It's one thing when the explosive stuff has been mentioned earlier and the players go ahead and do it anyway. If not, well, then your game master is being most rude.

Posted @ November 19th, 2013, 12:33 am

@zenat: I'm now imagining storm troopers drawing lots for their assignments.

Posted @ November 19th, 2013, 11:31 pm

Yeah, in my group's last role play session we had a giant squid get mind controlled by a cat, and a cat fight not one hour later (the two girls kind of cat fight), which my character, the "Super-powered space nun", won that fight. Granted we also have other inside jokes like "Arbities on Ice" and "The Futon of Hatred, which smells of Fury."

Posted @ November 20th, 2013, 5:43 pm