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You opened the box
We came
>How does your party fare?
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>>55376912
I dunno, I'm lawful good.

Never watched the movies.
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Laugh at him because we're skeletons. We don't have flesh, we can't feel pain and we've been prank calling him like this all week.
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>>55376912
>small giggle
>giggling increases
>giggling loses its pacing
>MANIACAL GIGGLING
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>>55376912

Pop nades, lock the door, apply sticky-note, call it a day,

If problem persists, apply more nades and sticky notes.
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>>55376912
Their entire party got wiped by a newborn demon throwing snakes at them. I think we'll be fine.
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>>55376951
>We don't have flesh
>We can't feel pain
WOULD YOU LIKE TO MAKE THAT INTO A WAGER?
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>>55377093
I wouldn't be surprised in the slightest if the AGP ran into such a situation. It'd probably go exactly like that until some dumbass Inquisitor gets too inquisitive.
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>>55376923
>Never watched the movies.
Watch them, they are pretty interesting
Basically he's a demon of sorts that sees no distinction between pleasure and pain, emotional or physical, and seeks to free humans of their hang ups by slowly bending their minds to his way of thinking.
"Explorers of the farthest reaches of experience, angels to some, demons to others"
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>>55377151
Except in that sci fi one where he was just straight up a bad guy
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>>55377151
Alright anon, I will do it for you.
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>>55377041
>YFW Lucious and Pinhead sit down and have a civil discourse regarding the nature of sensation and the dichotomy of pleasure versus pain.
>After a lengthy discourse and much torture/murderfucking of random innocents both of them agree to meet up once every century or so to discuss what they have learned, interesting stories, and generally just shooting the shit with each other.
>Lucious ends up getting torturefucked by the wire twins
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>>55377128
No nervous system chuckles. See you tomorrow.
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>>55377201
>Implying you need a nervous system for pinhead to "educate" you
>Implying emotional torment and joy are not things he is a master at evoking/manipulating
>Implying he doesn't have the power to give you a nervous system simply for the purpose of pushing all your buttons
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>>55376912
No, I didn't.
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>>55377196
Im sure he'd love it
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>>55377196
>And that was when I realized this slaaneshi shit was getting out of hand.jpeg
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>>55376912
Well... My current party deal with Warp shenanigans on the daily, being agents of the Inquisition. This is probably not the worst thing they've dealt with.

>Current character is a Sister of Battle with a fire fetish.

Yep, burn it all.
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>>55376912
We've already fought a dozen of your royalty free cousins, please remove yourself from the premises.
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>>55377250
>YFW you realize you may have taken this cult business a little bit too far
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>People here that don't realize Pinhead is basically completely invulnerable to most means of attack.
Sure, you can kill all of the 'lesser' Cenobites that are summoned with him, but I -highly- doubt that you can actually harm Pinhead himself.
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>>55377218
Are you 100% sure someone in your party isn't some form of hedonist that wants to take his/her indulgence a little bit farther?
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>>55377266
He fucking died in the second movie
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>>55377253
>Current character is a Sister of Battle with a fire fetish.
>Fetish
>Pinhead and company
I have some bad news for you anon...
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>>55377308
Nope, this is not bad news at all. Burning alive while praising the Emperor's name is a fine way to go!
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>>55377303
"Died" is a pretty strong word
Pinhead canonically "died" in the fourth movie as a result of centuries of work to reverse engineering a daemonically inspired artifact and creating a second artifact that would effectively seal him in his own dimension permanently. It did not "kill" him more or less just permanently banished him by destroying the link between our world and his.

Then they brought him back because franchise money, but in my opinion "Inferno" was one of the best ones in the series. "Bloodline" the one where they kill him sucks ass
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>>55376912
A more prudent question would be what form of plyeasyure can they provide my party would not obtain through mundane means?
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>>55377322
>fine way to go
>go
>Implying your SoB would die
Anon, that is not how Pinhead works. He will twist your character by giving her exactly what she wants.
To suffer as a martyr of the emperor.
burning
forever
and your character will hate him, want to kill him, but eventually come to love him for it.

Particularly if you get caught in his personal dimension, time gets weird in there.
IE you can get shoved into a closet and come out, a thousand years have passed inside the closet and a minute outside.
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>>55377345
A QUESTION WE CAN EXPLORE TOGETHER!
TELL ME. WHAT IS YOUR PLEASURE?
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>>55377361
I am perfectly aware of how Pinhead works, Anon.

However as much as Pinhead might want to torture my Sister and keep her alive, well... He'll have to stop her from pulling the pins on her belt of melta bombs. He can't torture her if she's dead before he can work his magic.
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>>55377266
>Pinhead is basically completely invulnerable to most means of attack.
True, his cenobites can be killed, but Pinhead himself is immune to most mundane means of attack, or would enjoy them.
Magic and sufficiently advanced tech that puts insane amounts of energy downrange can and have been shown to be able to slow him down or disable him.
>nWoD hunter
He's gotta do his research but it might work so long as he avoids him
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>>55377402
>He'll have to stop her from pulling the pins on her belt of melta bombs. He can't torture her if she's dead before he can work his magic.
True, not sure if that would kill him but at least it would deny him victory
It would probably kill any lesser cenobite he brought along for the ride.
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>>55377339
That doesn't change the fact that someone throwing a snake at him real hard "killed" him and turned him into a statue or something. It's been a long time.
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>>55377429
I'm sure personally he'd enjoy getting a fat load of melta to the face. His Cenobites and the entire room they were in are probably fucked though. Including any toys or artefacts or anything else they had with them at the time.
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>>55377373
Like you said, good sir: A question we can explore together. Now shall we waste more breath that can be turned into sweet screams of ecstasy or shall we start?
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>>55377506
>MFW only sense freak characters can safely interact with pinhead because he sees them as on the right track
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>Call of Cthulu

We throw the archaeologist from the Museum under the bus. And by throw him under the bus all five of us point at him and say "he did it we want nothing to do with this."
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>>55377486
Cenobites, toys, and aftifacts yes.
He'll get new cenobites from devotees willing or otherwise, artifacts probably would irritate him, and I'm pretty sure the Lament configuration is indestructible so long as his pocket dimension exists or is connected to our world
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>>55377750
>all five of us point at him and say "he did it we want nothing to do with this."
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>>55377215
Your open homosexuality for BDSM aside, I'm pretty sure they would openly welcome the undead for being like them in that they too cannot experience the difference between pain and pleasure.
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>>55377486
>>55377770
I mean, even if the Lament Configuration is -somehow- destroyed, he can always get a new one from Leviathan itself, so it probably wouldn't bother him too much.
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>>55376912
>>How does your party fare?
Well, that's an interesting question. The highest HumanCom stat in our party is a 4.

Are robots capable of feeling what Pinhead would consider to be pain and/or pleasure? If he denies us access to electrical outlets, is that really suffering as he defines it, or are we merely obeying our programming to become more and more reckless in an attempt to receive electricity? If he shows us situations where the actions we want to repetitively perform are again possible and then BLOCKS YOUR PATH, are we truly suffering, or are we just doing what we were made to do?
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>>55377339
I've only seen the first 2, from there I've heard the series gets weaker with each new installment. Which is a surprise cause the first Hellraiser is pretty much more honeytrap murderer and eventual cenobite body horror near the end and that quick blurb in the beginning. Kudos to the effects guy though, a screaming skeleton that still looks "fresh" even today is really something.
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>>55377903
Though the movies get "weaker" as time goes on, the comics are pretty damn cool. You should try them.
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>>55377939
Looks neat, any idea where I can find them? The comics I mean.
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>>55377939
Is it more gore porn? It better not be gore porn, Crossed already exists and that is a bridge too far for me.
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>>55377995
Crossed is a little repetitive, but Crossed +100 is really neat. There's a lot less gore because there are a lot fewer Crossed.

You don't need to have read much of the original to enjoy it.
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>>55377984
>Looks neat, any idea where I can find them?
If you want to read them online without wasting money, ReadComicOnline -should- have the series available on there.
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>>55378029
>Crossed is a little repetitive, but Crossed +100 is really neat. There's a lot less gore because there are a lot fewer Crossed.
Yeah, the concept is interesting, but it gets tired quickly. When they mix up the story it gets interesting.
>You don't need to have read much of the original to enjoy it.
The Crossed 80,000 BC arc was my favorite by far
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Ah, the sweet sound of suffering!
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>>55376912
>>How does your party fare?

I'll just leave this here...
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>>55376912
you know, this is the only horror movie I was too scared to watch when I was a kid.
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>>55377266
I mean, 12ga buckshot can fuck down pretty much anything alive so I'll start with that and work up from there. I'm sure by the time I get around to clapping his ass with a 5 inch gun it'll probably turn out in my favor.
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>>55377995
This but in the form of a better comic called Luther Strode
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>>55376912
Knowing my party and how my DM tends to run encounters, a meeting with Pinhead goes something like this:

>The Warlock was the one who opened the box, probably thinking that it was just a random rubik's cube. No doubt he gets yelled at by everyone else, but also manages to BS his way into convincing the cenobites that he's actually one of them.

>The Rogue gets bitchslapped within the first round of combat, and many jokes are made at how, since he's a drow, Pinhead and his group must make him feel homesick

>The Barbarian roles to seduce them all.

>The Bard spends the entire encounter facepalming when the Barbarian's seduction roll works, then starts to figure out a way to write a song about both this encounter, as well as the time when the Barbarian manage dto also seduce a Roper that was about the size of a dragon.

>As for myself, I'm the party Cleric/Necromancer, so I'll probably end up complaining about how the Cenobites don't usually leave enough left of their victims for me to cast Animate Dead on.

Our party is a little bit... special in case you hadn't noticed.
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>>55377810

There's a difference between being a connoisseur of experience to the point where pain and pleasure are both equally enticing and literally feeling nothing. An entity wholly incapable of feeling pleasure or pain would, I imagine, be pretty fucking boring for them and they wouldn't have much to talk about.

The guy you're quoting mentioned emotional this-and-that but honestly that's not a huge part of the Cenobytes' deal. They're hedonists and masochists, not psychiatrists.
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>>55376912
>How do you fare in this encounter?
I'd be slaved to open it, wanting to go to hell... only to find not quite what I expected. Sure, they'd be liable to fix my joint problems no doubt, along with my other bodily ailments. But they'd do it by turning me into something that looks like a thing that's been reanimated from the stuff of several monsters that went up in a flaming car wreck. But my own desire for order and perfection is unquestionable.

There is a place for everything and everything in its place, and both those things and places are perfect. Structured. Orderly. From Leviathan's perfect diamond shape, to the structured geometry of the puzzles it creates. Leviathan's structured view of reality represents something concrete in a world inhabited by man, where his chaotic flesh yet remains to be subjugated to the will of Leviathan in order to be truly happy. In the meantime, one can find small pleasures...
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>Leviathan and its world are a form of fascism. Prove me wrong.
And there ain't nothin' wrong with the steadfast jackbooting of the Cenobites.
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>>55377169
The private eye one was my favorite
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>>55377201
The chains bind, restrict, and then constrict. The spikes move in, needle points apply pressure in conflicting directions. And with a sound like wood and rock, the slow, agonizing seperation of bones begins.

The cracks grow long, long, and longer still. The skull grows wider and thinner at the same time. There is a snap. A pop. And a long, slow, creak.

Again.

And again.

And you are conscious, aware of all of it. It drags on this way, for months. And being just bones in only months it all must come to an end. You can only be broken so many ways before you are just pieces lamenting the powders that were once your whole form. Your new shape is art, smoothed, and sharpened, and now you can be worn by another as a screaming blade of hate and anguish decorating the form of someone else. Useless on your own the closest you shall feel to satisfaction is in being used as a tool or bauble. And that single point of satisfaction in the eternal sea of agony that has become your existence shall be the most exquisite thing you have ever felt.
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>>55377303
>>55377339
>>55377443
He got de-powered three times by the leviathan "elder evil god" type entity, while the snake guy was attached by an umbilical chord to that same entity.
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>>55376912

>Cleric of Zon'Kuthon
>Found the magical box of summon Kytons

http://www.d20pfsrd.com/bestiary/monster-listings/outsiders/kyton/

....Yeah, this seems like the will of Zon'Kuthon. TAKE ME NOW MANMEAT!
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>PC's job is to stop things from other dimensions getting into this one
He explains that nobody did any such thing and asks them to leave. If they do not, he starts applying force.
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>PC's job is to stop things from other dimensions getting into this one
You had one job...
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>>55380567
He's not in charge of it, he's just a guy who picked up the torch and has no idea what he's doing.
The guy who's in charge recently got destroyed by a cosmic entity currently burrowing its way into his reality.
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>>55376912

We're Slaaneshi cultists. I think we do fine.
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>>55380186
>agony
What part of skeleton do you not get? Like I'm not that guy but the closest thing to agony here is simply boredom. Sure, boredom can eventually become agonizing, but you're playing it up as if it's something more than that. Also you sound like an edgelord.
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>>55381556
>What part of skeleton do you not get?
What part of "reality bending demon" do you not get? The cenobites will GIVE you a nervous system to be fucked with
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>>55381556
> hurr durr i amma skeleton, i have no nerves, i do not feel pain
newsflash: you need nerves to move and act as well. Are you kjust a pile of bones lying around?
No?
They, pray tell, is the concept "it is just as possible to feel pain without nerves as it is to perform body movements without nerves" too hard for you to understand?
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>>55381719

In that case, OP's question doesn't make much sense. Cenonites can just make you whatever and then fuck with you.

Which is nonsense.
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>>55381874
No.

www.crjr.fr/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/Call-of-Cthulhu-D20-Hellraiser.pdf
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>>55376912
Contact the teleporter of my group while I keep it busy with a bit of small-talk and then have her teleport the Pinhead into the sun.

Problem solved.
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>>55377506
>>55377727
He smelled the bitterness of their consumption; it pricked his nostrils so acutely he was certain they would bleed.

But the smell of burning was only the beginning. No sooner had he registered it than half a dozen other scents filled his head. Perfumes he had scarcely noticed until now were suddenly overpoweringly strong. The lingering scent of filched blossoms; the smell of the paint on the ceiling and the sap in the wood beneath his feet-all filled his head. He could even smell the darkness outside the door, and in it, the ordure of a hundred thousand birds.

He put his hand to his mouth and nose, to stop the onslaught from overcoming him, but the stench of perspiration on his fingers made him giddy. He might have been driven to nausea had there not been fresh sensations flooding his system from each nerve ending and taste bud.

It seemed he could suddenly feel the collision of the dust motes with his skin. Every drawn breath chafed his lips; every blink, his eyes. Bile burned in the back of his throat, and a morsel of yesterday's beef that had lodged between his teeth sent spasms through his system as it exuded a droplet of gravy upon his tongue.

His ears were no less sensitive. His head was filled with a thousand dins, some of which he himself was father to. The air that broke against his eardrums was a hurricane; the flatulence in his bowels was thunder. But there were other sounds-innumerable sounds-which assailed him from somewhere beyond himself. Voices raised in anger, whispered professions of love, roars and rattlings, snatches of song, tears.

Was it the world he was hearing-morning breaking in a thousand homes? He had no chance to listen closely; the cacophony drove any power of analysis from his head.

But there was worse. The eyes! Oh god in heaven, he had never guessed that they could be such torment; he, who'd thought there was nothing on earth left to startle him. Now he reeled! Everywhere, sight!
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>>55382334
The plain plaster of the ceiling was an awesome geography of brush strokes. The weave of his plain shirt an unbearable elaboration of threads. In the corner he saw a mite move on a dead dove's head, and wink its eyes at him, seeing that he saw. Too much! Too much!

Appalled, he shut his eyes. But there was more inside than out; memories whose violence shook him to the verge of senselessness. He sucked his mother's milk, and choked; felt his sibling's arms around him (a fight, was it, or a brotherly embrace? Either way, it suffocated). And more; so much more. A short lifetime of sensations, all writ in a perfect hand upon his cortex, and breaking him with their insistence that they be remembered.

He felt close to exploding. Surely the world outside his head-the room, and the birds beyond the door-they, for all their shrieking excesses, could not be as overwhelming as his memories. Better that, he thought, and tried to open his eyes. But they wouldn't unglue. Tears or pus or needle and thread had sealed them up.

He thought of the faces of the Cenobites: the hooks, the chains. Had they worked some similar surgery upon him, locking him up behind his eyes with the parade of his history?

In fear for his sanity, he began to address them, though he was no longer certain that they were even within earshot.

"Why?" he asked. "Why are you doing this to me?"
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My party consists of:
An omnimental who believes s/he's the manifestation of the planet's will.
The ultimate ninja assassin.
The perfect butler.
And a charismatic sorcerer warrior.

We force him to either kneel to us or absolutely destroy him.
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my last character was a hedonist in Exalted, and one of these guys got summed against him.

the demon said "you? goddamnit, how did you get past the restraining order? we told you you weren't allowed to call on our services anymore."

not what I was expecting, but ok.
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>>55381869
>They, pray tell, is the concept "it is just as possible to feel pain without nerves as it is to perform body movements without nerves" too hard for you to understand?
Skellies in D&D explicitly can't feel pain. Even the animated ones.
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>>55382537
>An omnimental who believes s/he's the manifestation of the planet's will
>The ultimate ninja assassin
>The perfect butler
>a charismatic sorcerer warrior
one of these is not like the others
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>>55376912
Aren't they basically Slaaneshi Daemons/Cultists/something?
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>>55383296
Were you once a living thing, a soul bound to dead bones? If so then they call on the memory of feeling and sensation as a key stone to build on.

Are you just a construct, simply animated matter? If so then they implant the memory of sensation into what passes for your mind and work from there.

If you have thought, they can build on it.
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>>55383922
Sort of.

They are explorers in the furthest reaches of sensation.

They worship and enormous living geometric shape in the middle of an extradimensional labyrinth known as Leviathan. It is possibly a fallen angel given how it is constantly chanting the word God in mores code.

The Cenobites seem to have been human at one point, former victims who enjoyed it. Pinhead seems to be a level above them. Exception for Angelique. She is the daughter of Leviathan.

She was summoned to earth and bound for a few centuries in which time Hell had a restructuring of it's hierarchy so it could actually get shit done. She is now also seemingly subordinate to Pinhead.

the puzzle box was commissioned and made by a 1700s French toy maker and is a method supposed to ensure that you can't summon them by accident.
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>>55383889

Hey, someone has to play the straight guy to the crazies in the group.
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>>55383922
>>55384048
My impression was that they don't really care to drag random people into their dimension. They made a hard-to-crack one-of-a-kind artifact the sole means of contacting them after all.
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>>55376912
Poorly. We're probably dead.
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>>55384221

Movies are pretty inconsistent on wether they is a greater idea behind their behavior or are they just crazy sadists from hell.
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>>55376912
considering only two of the five are left, and I'm plotting on killing the other, not very well, but not very well either because be both basically have "kill that thing" fetishes.
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Just read up on the hellraiser series, do you think GW created their completely original Slaanesh and Dark Eldar themes based on the Cenobites?
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>>55382316
That...might actually work
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>>55381556
Well that's the way Pinhead talks and the kind of thing he does. It sounds edgy and then it actually happens on screen. Welcome to your new life, skeleton.
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>>55381869
>newsflash: you need nerves to move and act as well.
No you don't because MAGIC, bitch.
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>>55376912
full circle of solar exalts

yeah were fine
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>>55384221
That would be more in keeping with the book.
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>>55376912
Next thing my character knows is that she is bound to some sort of leather/latex slutsuit, in very high heels and a bunch of bizarre pale people are calling her by some weird name like "copperhead" or something. The rest of the party is left unharmed but spooked for life.
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>>55384099
>>55383889
Which one is suppose to be the normal one.
>pic related
>what I immediately though of by op
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>>55376912
>drags Pinhead into a peaceful, blissfull afterlife

nothing that an eternity of hugs won't cure
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>>55384048
So like, just tell them to leave you alone?
You're not buying anything they're selling.
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>>55385233
Possibly. It has been some years since I read the book and a few more years since I saw the film but I think they give you one opportunity to walk away before shit gets fun.
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>>55384099
what is a perfect butler anyway? like the most subservient, best tea-boiling, britt?
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>>55377108
Pinhead got partially cured of his cenobite condition and then promptly killed by another cenobite and he still got better.
You'll buy yourself a year or so at most if he wants to go for round two.
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>>55377170
The first two are connected and best view together.
Avoid the Pinhead in Space one if you can.
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>>55377266
Oh, you can kill him.
He'll get better though.
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>>55377266
Depends on the setting.
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>>55377939
>>55378049
Egad, even Leviathian got fat.
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>>55383889
Does the butler have the ability to procure exactly what you need, even if that's something like a shotgun shell full of blessed silver?
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>>55384465
It usually works.

Since we can't incapacitate or kill pinhead in time, that's our best bet.
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>>55385653
It's completely possible to incapacitate Pinhead. Some guy in the comics wrapped him up in chains and then pulled the pins out to use as relics.

Mind you, Pinhead was able to get out of the chains eventually, and he was extremely angry about being mugged.
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>>55383296
Skeletons in D&D also don't have sapience, so clearly we're already dealing with homebrew here.
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>>55376912
>Weaponmaster: "Gods, man, you daft? None of us would be crazy enough to open the bo-BONNNIEEEE!"
>It is at this point that everyone notices the nails in pinhead's head have had various finger foods placed on them.
>Pinhead: "What?! When-?"
>Paladin: "Uhhh, Toorn, I think we better find her before, y'know..."
>Weaponmaster: "Yes ser." *To Pinhead* "I need you to level with me, otherwise you'll be stuck having to deal with pure mayhem and most of your treasures being stolen for however long it is between now and this damned box being opened again... How many shiny objects that can be easily stolen do you have, and where? And what's the biggest shiny object? That's where she'll head first."

>Meanwhile, Bonnie has already discovered Leviathan due to her "shiny sense" and is trying to figure out a way to stuff it into a backpack, while humming either her "shiny get" song or "nyannyannyan".

ADHD and a Zen-Level Stealth score, a dangerous combination.
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>>55376912
Dunno; the video place I used to work at closed down before I that far on the shelf.

Got a few free movies out of it though.
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>>55376912
My character and two other characters can deal out aggravated damage like it's going out of style and we can all create a path back to our universe, so we'll probably be fine.
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>>55378606
I liked that arc, the end fucked with me. The best of badlands was easily the Smokey arcs, and of those the last one.

I think it really showed that Smokey was the greatest Crossed. Not only did he befriend a human, but he showed it mercy, even letting him believe he was free to go right before he killed him. True character development.
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>>55378959
>pinhead gets shitposted to death
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>>55376912
>3' tall mind flayer with unbreakable will
>Elementalist that can become gas or smoke
>Min/max Vow of poverty monk
>And a half demon spell sword
Honestly, we'll try diplomacy, if that doesn't work... Well, see pic related, we're very good at what we do.
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>>55377169
Was that the Star Trek crossover?
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>>55377151

It's also a giant metaphor for the protagonist losing her virginity
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>>55376951
>laugh at him because we're skeletons
>because we're skeletons
>SKELETONS

what game is this
i need to know
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>>55386737
Monk and demon are going to hurt, technically the flayer too, but that actually sounds like good set up to fend off cenobites and get Pinhead bored enough to leave.
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>>55376912
>Not wanting the Cenobite template
Step 1
>Shed a bit of your blood before finishing the puzzle
Step 2
>Finish Puzzle
Step 3
>Have preps for suicide during toture to deny them quick
Step 4
>Wait
Step 5
>Come back As the escaped undead, hide the puzzle so they can't hunt you down
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>>55380323

Kytons are fucked up
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>>55376912
>THE ENEMY IS ROLLING!
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>>55376912
We're playing Exalted. This is Tuesday for a Solar.
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>>55385632
Actually, he does, in a roundabout way. He has the power to transform any material into any other material, and the ability to do the work of 50,000 workers by himself. The man could build a mansion in the middle of nowhere at the snap of a finger so we wouldn't need to camp.

>>55384099
Funnily enough, this is also true of him. The player cited Alfred as one of his inspirations for the character. He is currently the only one who is trying to help my character from succumbing to his growing magic-based madness.
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Bump
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>>55390511

It's an evil party, and I needed a cleric that works with the concept of 'torture people for information'. Zon'Kuthon was first pick. And thus my cleric of Zon'Kuthon was born, for pain is love... and he loves everyone.
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>>55381874
>Which is nonsense.
So is a moving talking skeleton. What's your point?
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>>55387133
The married woman who reignites a flame with her undead ex?
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>>55376912
Pretty good, I think. I mean the guy opening the box is FUCKED but we all told him not to do it and didn't want any of this, and the Cenobites respect that IIRC.

>>55377151
I will always love Hellraiser 2 for subverting their own "skinwalker villain" trope by having the protag do the same thing (even though it makes no sense how she did it so quickly).
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o6D_Ucb1P04
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>>55377339
Bloodline wasn't a great film, but it had some great quotes
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>>55393145
Wop, better quality:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3kxvMZ6FouA
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anyone else here read Scarlet Gospels?

pretty much ends thing for old Pinhead
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>>55377170
the only ones worth watching are 1, 2, and 6, aka "the ones with kirsty cotton". the others are really terrible.
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>>55377373
lolis with 8 chitinous legs
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>>55393872
Kirsty is for pleasure.
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>>55376912
>sorcerer who had a demon bound to her soul since childhood, recently freed
>mimic who has a human soul inside it, learning to be a person
>me, a historian who took up blade and spell to further his magic obsession, has been playing with a blue sphere he can't decipher

SO THAT'S WHAT IT DOES!!!
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>>55376912
Well my PC is a tiefling descended from a crucidaemon, so Pinhead and his friends probably count as some sort of fiendish cousins to her. She just needs to let go of her more human notions and embrace her nature as something born from torment and sorrow.

The rest of the party are proper fucked. Ratling, elf, human and an egotistical lizardman. All toast.
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>>55377128
Your place or mine?
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>>55394458
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZK1debnXYlA
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>>55378959
I miss that font.
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>>55394458
God I love Event Horizon.
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>>55394458
>despite being stored in a fucking salt mine the lost footage was still too damaged for a director's cut

I will forever be mad
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>>55376912
Badly.
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>>55385948
>>55386476
This would be hilarious to read/watch.

>It is at this point that everyone notices the nails in pinhead's head have had various finger foods placed on them.
>Pinhead: "What?! When-?"

Jesus Christ
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>>55376912
>Simic and Izzet Guildmages and a Rakdos Reveller
>Guildmages: "Let's talk business opportunities."
>Rakdos: "YESYESYES!"
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>>55377093
I love this depiction of Nubby
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>>55394727
Bonnie was a notorious troublemaker, and only got worse as we progressed in levels.
At level fucking ONE, she snuck into the Imperial Tournament arena's prep rooms by convincing a mentally deficient man that there was a butterfly over in another room, and then persuading the guards who were following her that said man touched her in bad places. Cue the guy coming back gloating about how he "caught tha butterfly", the guards taking him away, and her continuing her hunt for shinies/tracking down of Toorn - who was a competitor - with zero interference or repercussions.
She also carried a notebook called the Bulkydex, which cataloged all the beefcake men she had encountered by height, muscle mass, and definition.

And - I just remembered - she wound up with a cat statuette that she kept in her breasts, swore blind that it purred(in reality only she could hear it), and smashed Toorn's face into her cleavage so that he could maybe hear it better, much to his dismay and ire(he was twice her age, her bodyguard, and uninterested in any fluid exchange apart from the transfer of mead from a horn to his gut), rather than maybe taking it out and holding it to his ear...
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>>55377215
They literally have no brain with which to produce emotions

Checkmate pin sucker
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>>55394954
How do they think then? How are they able to do anything at all if they have no sense of proprioception or equilibrioception?

Not feeling pain I get, but there has to be some level of "magically simulated senses". Playing a party of soulless skeletons like >>55376951 said would just be boring otherwise.
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>The King In Yellow bids me greet you great one, in the hopes of an exchange....
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>>55394898
>She also carried a notebook called the Bulkydex, which cataloged all the beefcake men she had encountered by height, muscle mass, and definition.
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>>55376912
She opened her box
I came
>How does your papa fare?
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>>55394679
Same here anon
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>>55395431
>No AYY BB WAN SUM FISSION
Hastur was always into regular Euclidiean geometry, the Leviathan would be right up his race traitor alley.
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>>55377266

He comes from a place perverts go when they die. Even if you kill him you're really just sending him home, ain't it?
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So we've found a potential exist from Bagworld?

Or is he stuck here with us now?
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>How does your party fare?
Badly.

One is an extremely perfectionist math wizard that's asexual due to, I think, intense sexual repression.

The other is a neophyte bisexual mecha wizard that's super curious about passionate people.

I guess that they would fight hard, end up being dragged to the Order of the Gash's dimension and eventually escape, after experiencing the limits of pain and pleasure. Probably the former PC would fare worse than the latter.
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>>55385632
Today anon had good tastes in SCPs
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>>55385233
Sorta, sometimes they might chase you down if you accidentally make them think you accepted their offer. Other wise they're pretty benevolent really, just don't summon them if you plan on wasting their time
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>>55392990
Does that mean that pinhead would show them the farthest reaches of pleasure instead?
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>>55401032
>intense sexual repression.
>Curious about passionate people
you gonna have such a bad time it will become a good time
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>>55385233 Pinhead is implied to have broken with hells traditions in the later movies. Originally if you don't touch the box, aren't collateral damage and don't make deals with them they generally ignore you in favor of caching the person who summoned them.

Of course, "makeing a deal with them" could be very easy to do and interpreted through rather contrived methods.

I have always seen the movie version of Leviathan as a lawful evil version of Slaanesh's chaotic evil.
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>>55376912
The Khorne Berserker thinks they are Slaanesh daemons, goes into a frenzy.
The Nurgle Marine moves in to help his buddy out.
The Tzeentchian Warpsmith instructs his servo skull to record and take notes, makes sure the teleporter is still working, tosses a few flamer shots/mindbullets in.

Berserker will probably die. The Nurgle guy hasn't felt physical sensation for quite a while, so even if he gets captured, he should be fine. The Warpsmith legs it once he sees that the Berserker's daemon axe and his own Flamer-possessed flamer didn't do anything.
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>>55376912
>My party teaches the cenobites a thing or two about tact.
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>>55403451
You're overestimating Pinhead. The Berserker should be able to solo. Sure, you might not kill Pinhead himself, but he's been restrained by normal folks; three Chaos Space Marines is pretty much overkill.

Any reason why the Khorne and Nurgle followers tolerate the Tzeentch-worshipping magic user?
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>>55376912
Given that we're in charge of a Ticonderoga-class CG, he now has to cope with TLAM spam (albiet non-nuclear, as we would need the codes to let the big dogs off the leash)
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>>55377263
which movie is this from?

i couldnt even get through the 3rd
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>>55394679
>>55396720
>The infamous "bloody orgy" video was also longer. Parts which are still in the scene, like one of the crew members sticking his fingers deep into other one's eyes, and a female crew member sodomizing male crew member with iron pipe, were even more violent in original version of the scene. There were also lot more shots of Event Horizon crew naked and covered in blood having violent sex and raping and eating each other, more graphic version of the scene where man pulls his intestines out of his mouth, one crew member is held and stabbed in back of the head with spike and part of his mouth and teeth drops out, other crew member is crawling on floor while others are hitting his legs with steel bars smashing them to pieces as he screams and is crawling away leaving pieces of his legs behind, one girl has screws drilled into her teeth, other girl is held while her arm is broken with hunk of metal, one more girl has her breasts mauled and then ripped off by another crew member, some other parts of the scene were also cut. The reason why this scene disturbed the test audience was because the filmmakers, in order to make the scene look more realistic and therefore a lot more violent, hired real-life amputees for special effects scenes where Event Horizon crew members had their body parts damaged in many ways, and porn actors were hired to make the sex and rape scenes more graphic. According to producer Jeremy Bolt and director Paul W.S. Anderson, during the screening of a rough cut of the movie, some audience members started fainting while watching this scene.

I'm mad too.
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>>55403451
I wonder if Leviathan would take Chaos Space Marines as servants. They certainly have the knack for the torment it so loves.
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>>55376912
>too eldritchly multidimensional to register physical pain without losing the vast majority of his organs
>too inhuman and out-of-focus to comprehend emotional pain
>still sharp enough to get when the rest of the party is in trouble.

The only way Pinhead's any risk to the party is if he completely not only ignores but outright restrains the not!Lovecraftian prettyboy of the party.
Just restrain him, and he'll insult Pinhead enough to attract his attention and make his escape.
Just ignore him, and he'll make himself the center of Pinhead's attention.
Do neither, and Pinhead's not getting two meters close enough to the party to really do anything.
And several cenobites end up being used (against the cleric's wishes) in the post-battle recovery process/feast.
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THE MERCHANT LIED THIS ISN'T A PORTAL TO THE BLACK LIBRARY AT ALL!............................................................................................>(pic happens)
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>>55377093
Best thing to come out of 40k imo.
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>>55379368
>Pinhead
>Alive
Definitely not in any conventional sense.
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Bump
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>>55377903
The most interesting part is how mundane they got that effect.

Is just a wax sculpture that they put inside an oven, melted it, film everything and play it in reverse. It really worked.
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>>55382537
Is that the Chair Of Feeling So Good That Even Dead People Want To Sit In It?
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>>55406323
Maybe, but our party aren't effective torturers. The Khorne guy thinks its "Slaaneshian faggotry," Nurgle guy is basically Forest Gump, and the Warpsmith has telepathy.

>>55403950
>You're overestimating Pinhead
Maybe.
>Any reason why the Khorne and Nurgle followers tolerate the Tzeentch-worshipping magic user?
The Warpsmith is great at repair and maintenance and is the only one who can fix up his Jump Pack and Power Axe, so the Berserker looks the other way on the whole "sorcery" thing. He still gets annoyed when the Warpsmith insists that he stop tracking blood on the floor.
The Nurgle Marine is passive and a bit retarded, but he has the loyalty of a Nurgle cult. The Warpsmith has the mutation that makes him a cleanfreak, so the two try to avoid each other. For the Warpsmith, he is too useful to get rid of and too disgusting to be around, and Nurgle Marine in turn thinks he's a jerk.
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>>55384221
Basically, they want people smart, or determined enough to solve the puzzle.

In the comics there's an arc where somebody abducts a bunch of people and walks them through solving the puzzle and it makes Pinhead absolutely furious.
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>>55405090
The fifth one, Inferno I believe. It's actually really good, despite having no budget. It's what happens to you after you open the box and Pinhead decides a mental mindfuck can be nice.
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>>55376912
Keep repeatedly closing and opening the box, until you either offer some nice compensation for me stopping it or turn into mindbroken sex-addicted boxsluts.
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>>55377339
Which was the one, I only vaguely remember it, where they were in the future on a space station, and the guy (a scientist descendant or something) turned it into a massive mirror thing generating light that overwhelmed and destroyed him as a massive "fuck you"?
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>>55394458
>this is why we make sure the Gellar Field is working before the jump, Dave
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>>55411831
Isn't that from the Tick?
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>>55394091
>Kirsty is for pleasure
So eager to partake, so reluctant to admit it!
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>>55376912
>>How does your party fare?
Beyond bad.

One of them has like zero fucking idea of what it does but still opens it being some kind of retarded instinctual savant or being mindcontrolled as fuck, like, every adventure or rwo. Still "not hads butr desire", the autist is gonna be safe.

The other one is the kind of person that would open it voluntarily. He would probably be prime future-cenobite material, after hundred of years of madddening luxurious tortures until he reached that special kind of fucked zen of course.
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>>55376912
I fucking love Hellraiser. No one in my group has ever seen the movies, they have no stomach for horror at all, especially quasi-sexual horror. I can borrow quotes from Pinhead as much as I want and they have no idea. One guy actually went pale when I had the vampire they were hunting say, "Do I look like someone who cares what God thinks?"
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>>55418396
No, that's a reference to Oglaf.
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>>55393748
A book that starts well and turns to utter shit half way through
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>>55416522
Hellraiser 4 Bloodline
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>>55378049
I always like the idea of these eldritch horrors being silently baffled about it they worship them for just standing there (it cause this shit by just being around them) and them mind raping people is just their poor attempt at saying "Hi, nice to meet you."
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>>55393145
beyond terrible
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>>55422728
A good example would be the Great Ones from Bloodborne; They legit care about humanity and do answer their prays; the events in the games are just the result of bad planning when it comes to uplifting mortals to godhood
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>>55407910
KEK
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>>55420270
I wish I had your group. Mine's a good group but after ten years I've run out of things to shock or surprise them.
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>>55388981
Not to mention the vow of poverty on the monk, I don't know how well cenobites handle holy damage




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