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Post that cringy character/adventure/OC you made when you were a kid.
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A skunk wizard in Ironclaw back in the 90s
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>>62426526
Werepenguin
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>>62426526
I think I had some kind of lunatic rogue/fighter thing that worse like five layers of armor, fought with clawed gauntlets and a greatsword, and was fucking Dendar the Night Serpent.

Younger me was an edgy fuckwad but at the same time some things haven't changed. I still tend to use a armored up fighter with a greatswrod who hits on anything with feminine features/personality/what have you as my default for when I can't think up a better character concept. It's just less edgy retarded in implementation now.
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I was the 'lolsorandumbXD' product of the 90s in my early teen years. I had an OC super hero which was just me wearing my hoodie like a dumb cape/cloak with worker gloves and weilding a normal ass toolbox hammer. Also I could shoot lazers and was a monkey for lolsorandombXD maximum.

That was the ONLY character I ever played for 3 autistic years of my life.
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magicpunk setting during world war 1/2. I barely remember it and it was incredibly shitty but it involved teutonic russian knights in trenchcoats carrying berserk-huge swords.
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Max Payne, human crusader; pretty much the most stereotypical paladin-type in the entire universe. He had a horse named Samson. An ordinary horse, not a class feature or particularly smart or anything. I filled out a character questionnaire so he became deeply emotionally invested in both the horse the fictional unnamed kingdom we started in. After the GM flung us all into the future (Samson the horse was not included and was presumed dead, and the kingdom was dominated by the unnamed evil empire), Max became a sad drunk for the remainder of the campaign because he lost his main connections in the world.

I was not aware that there was a video-game character by that name. He was my first character, I believe in 2011? I only realized how awkward this was later. I hadn't even played through the max payne games until this year.
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>>62426949
>invested in both the horse the fictional unnamed kingdom we started in.
*in both the horse and the fictional kingdom

So cringey I can't even type properly when I think about it..
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I wrote a fanfic called 'Conan the Librarian' about a Conan semi-retired to archaeology and academia who has to pursue a man in black across a desert when he steals a book or something. The story also featured a self-insert mage character who Conan helped gain confidence and get with a princess. At the climax someone (possibly Conan) summons a wish dragon with seven artifacts.
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His name was Zamian.
He was my mary sue self-insert before I knew what that was.
He would fly through space on a board similar to Silver Surfer, and hop between different dimensions, as good and evil were always relative depending on where he went, rather than fight for good he dedicated himself to maintaining the freedom of sentient life everywhere.
He gained his power from the Eternity Gems, five different colored gems each of which both bestowed different abilities to the wielder, as well as exponentially doubled all of their physical abilities (no, I had not heard of the infinity gems at the time).
Throughout his backstory he had gone on an epic adventure across different dimensions to collect each gem. The gems he collected, in order were

>The Space Gem
Could warp space allowing shorten the distance between locations, increasing the size of the interior of confined spaces, and traveling to other dimensions.

>The Life Gem
Constantly provide lifeforce to the user, allowing exceedingly fast healing for themselves and others.

>The Energy Gem
Allowed the manipulation energy. Thermal, electrical, kinetic, any kind except mana.

>The Matter Gem
Allowed the manipulation and rearrangement of matter at a molecular level. Just by touch at first, but on a larger scale as the user gained experience.

>The Mind Gem
Allowed the users mind to exist without a body, letting their consciousness travel instantly to other lactations, as well as providing "Knowledge from Nothing" which gave information about things and situations near the user, essentially allowing them to metagame

The five gems were created at the start of existence with the purpose of ensuring that existence would continue. The more of existence that was in jeopardy, the more the host's powers would increase to deal with the problem, eventually obtaining limitless power in the event all that existence became threatened. With all five gems in his possession, Zamian became the "Guardian of Existence"
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>>62426526
A self insert into the "underland chronicles" series (by the author of the hunger games. A really interesting world i think, a bit of a proto-isekai in hindsight) who was called the "claw warrior", a dude who was literally covered in blades, made of some invincible material called "claw"

That was one if several such characters i made as a very small child ( i may have even been under ten)
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>>62426526
I literally made sasuke before naruto was a thing
>Muh brother killed my family to gain special powers
>Muh I'm training to kill him
>Muh I'm an angsty, brooding, edgy yet attractive dude who has no time for friends or relationship
>Ready to sell his soul or those near him souls to gain power
>Monk with feat that allows him to use longsword as monk weapon
>Refluffed as katana
He actually evolved a lot, went from LE to LG in the span of 7 years gaming and the GM told me he liked his character development
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When I was younger I never really got into DnD, but I did love to draw, and loved Final Fantasy. I thought black mages were the tightest shit, so one of my OCs was essentially a black mage, but basically an elf with ebony skin, no nose, and glowy eyes, with a healthy dose of homoeroticism laid over his costume to boot. Pic related, drawn by a more talented friend.
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>>62426526
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>>62428553
Nothing cringe about this. Just looks like a DBZ character
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>think back on all my most craptastic copy-paste self-insert Mary Sues
>console myself that at least none of them ever carried katanuus, bat'leths or other dweller weaponry.
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>>62426526
I didn't get to play TT when I was a kid, but I did write a long, incoherent and plagiarizing fanfic starring Link from Zelda.
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>before naruto was a thing
...was this back in 2ed?
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>>62430318
Mine were Mass Effect based
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>>62430327
3e actually
I never heard of Naruto, and didn't even reach the stores of my country, till 2004-2005 or so
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>>62430337
The cringe was inside us the whole time.
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>>62426526
Ripclaw, the Barbarian.
Lizardfolk that wielded a spear that he throw at people, and then pull on its chain to bring them close to him so that he could bite them. He had fingerless gloves, a bandana, and spent all his money on hiring thugs to help the party in fights, though they'd always run as soon as one of them got hurt.
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>>62426546
This sounds pretty cool, actually.
>inb4 hysteric shitfits re: Ironclaw
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>>62426526
I played minds eye theatre
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>>62430361
My second, far greater solace is that as a young, awkward nofriends I never had a named online presence. So at least all my embarrassing old shit died with successive hard drives and terrible fan forums.
Kids today are gonna be dealing with ancient Youtube videos and Facebook profiles forever.
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>>62430396
For some reason WoD vampire LARP blew up AF in our shitty hicksville town, for 8-12 months, back in the 90's. Even the cool kids were into it.
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There was this forum RP I was in when I was a teen, my first exposure to RP. My character was an einherjar (viking myths themed game) who wielded four magical weapons named Morning, Mid-day, Night and Evening with different properties that were completely broken. I dont remember much of the cringey shit I did but the backstory certainly was that, and the character also fell in love with another PC because she reminded him of a valkyrie he fell for in Valhalla.
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>>62430317
There is some solace for us westaboos edgelords, at least we used greatswords.
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Max payne as a visual reference, saiga 12k for some reason, I forget vampire clan, circa 2002. No plot whatsoever, just 12 year old shitty character. Think I got banned from that forum for being underage.

My first serious character was in NWN 1-2 years later, LOTR server but with higher magic obviously. Zero premise at start. I meet a guy in Laketown who goes "Hey you're blonde like me, you're Rohirrim" and I say "Okay then" and am Rohirrim. I forget his details, but he led me on the start of my love of clerics.
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>>62430629

Oh the character was VTM because I learned about it from VTMR vidya. Probably brujah or Venture.
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Near me around the same time it was the Matrix. Slowly evolved into the emo group as time went on.
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Super-bitter, dual-wielding, magical assassin who was on a personal mission to kill a bunch of corrupt people who all happened to be women...

My relief is that I never had the opportunity to show this to anyone, and since it feels cringey now it probably means I've improved.
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Can't say i ever made a cringy character because i never played dnd as a kid, but i did play WITH a 12 year old a few years back and he really sucked at creating a story that fit with my world, so often i'd have to pretty much write it for him, but he would say what he wanted, so he made a super good looking dual wielding swords with long blonde hair and was really cool, but he was really adamant at making his character flaw to be that he would get really shy around women, it was really weird explaining to him why that wouldn't really be a good flaw in comparison to his fellow adventurers.

Funny thing though, dude really sucked at playing dnd, i wonder why.
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>>62430817
What's the problem there? did he want to get a benefit from that flaw? if he wanted, sure, that's so minor I wouldn't give anything for it, but as a flaw is ok
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>>62430829
i just prefer my flaws to be more like tools i can use to antagonize my friends with, since the entire campaign there woundn't be any interaction with females, it really seemed like a out of place flaw.
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>>62430895
my That GM sence is tingling
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>>62430895
it sounds like you're doing it wrong
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>>62430957
i don't think there's doing it wrong with being a dm lol
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>>62430922
My grammar sense is tingling.
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>>62426526
I can't even remember all the cringy characters concepts I created, but most of them are just self inserts (incredibly none of them were Mary Sues, guess that's a good thing), but the cherry at the top of the cake is one called Reshi/Wild, boi... let me tell a story.
>werewolf
>all-powerful mage, not omnipotent, but anime-level shit
>katana wielding (swapped to a greatsword later on)
>multiple personalities (3 too be exact, one a woman and one the classic "the darkness inside of me)
>could transform on the other personality form, yes, he could turn into a rogue with big tiddies
>not edgy, but pseudo-philosophical cunt
>glutton, but the worst part is that he passed most of the time eating dog food
Writing this causes me phisical pain, but it was pretty fun to role play him with a bunch of other losers
I also reworked the character concept later on, this time on a less cringy one
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Pretty much drizzt if he was a slightly more angsty katana wielding teen.
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My first RP character, back when Warcraft 3 RP maps were still a thing, was a half-demon elf who did nothing but whine about how much her life sucked. I later went on to play a gnoll blacksmith who was actually not abysmal, and did some stuff with desert trolls that was kind of fun.

The hardest part was always doing combat in a way that made your dudes look competent but didn't stomp the other dude or get your dudes stomped. There was one guy who straight up ported black orks from Warhammer into the game and there was jack I could do about it since I was playing a semi-competent group of ambushers and not a large military power.
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Started "DMing" (Rolling dice and making shit up while pretending to look a the red and blue books) in elementary school and have been the forever DM for the last 24 years. My early stuff was based on games I was playing. The party needed to find the ultima spell to go to the Tower of Babel to fight a totally OC donut steal clown mage guy. In middle school things got edgier. My friends explored caves full of kobold porn and made slings out of their ball sacks.
Sometime in there I started getting to play once in a while.and my first character, the thing I was excited to play? Half elf fighter named Fireeater. He ate fire, absorbed fire attacks by eating them. It was faggy as all get out.
In high school my friends discovered 3.0, just in time to get settled into it before 3.5 came out. Rules were followed but I couldn't say no to players. Ended up running games for 10 people on the bus to band competitions. More generic stories, still had kobold porn, more 40K/WFB influences. One regular in my group named all of his characters with random Latin words, another played bards that killed people with trombones, the Viet guy found the Chink in the Armor feat, took it, and faked racial outrage everytime someone mentioned it. Good times. I played rogues when I got the chance to play, always rogues, with the same name.
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>>62426526
Which one?

Honestly the worst was the thing I never made.

Back when sprite comics were the big thing was 'inspired' to plan my own, and of course the main character was gonna be an OC self-insert that accidentally gets god powers that throws him (and his sister, nerdy best friend and a future love interest to form a supporting cast posse of lessers for him) through other dimensions.

Even had an idea for him to get a cool Megaman-X Mech Suit on top of his superpowers, being so inspired by said sprite comics where countless people had their own overpowered self-inserts made from edited Megaman/X sprites.
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No one responds to each other in these threads, that’s the first nigh part.
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>>62426526
it was a percy jackson OC, he was the son of Zeus and had the power to charge lightining through his kicks andc had a teleport that made the sound of thunder. i tried entering a Deviant art rp group with it when i was 10 and got told he was a mary sue and to fuck off basically.
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I had one of those weird girl GMs that smuts everything up as a kid, and she kept having various monsters, usually vampires, molest my PCs. In response, I made all my characters vehemently hate whatever her monster of the month was for years, to the point I often left out other character qualities. Once or twice I played lolrandom mad scientist gnome wizards, and a few times tried to include 'secret tragic or interesting background plot' stuff to characters in groups that never bothered to pull on each other's plot hooks. Typical overdramatic teen shit. I was a year or two ahead of the general 'oh god my characters were shit' realization among the other players at my school, which made for a terrible time of everyone basing their latest character on a meme or anime character and getting mad when I wouldn't let them start at level six with a special homebrew magic item and some weird fetish bait power. The experience only served to hammer what remained of my middle school cringe characters out of me.
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I've written this 8 times now trying to cut out the autism leaking back through the years. Let's see if I can do it this time.

When I was somewhere between the ages of 8-9 young me had some terrible role models. Imagine anarcho-skater punks in a heavy metal rock band who sang and talked in a fake cali accent who spoke half skater lingo and half what they assumed surfers sounded like.
Now imagine about 80% of your developmental period being raised by this group compared to the 20% of your parents contributions. Now imagine your stereotypical anti-socialite possibly autismal social-outsider who's friends were more or less likewise being raised by such.
Of course we learned about DnD fairly early but seeing as it was just us it was awkward play using 90% homebrew with no actual context for shit so already characters tended to be all over the place.
This is where Du'awd Brow comes in.
Du'awd is your basic hulk smash 2 brain cells barb, on paper. All of Du'awd's vocabulary consisted of in its entirety was the mishmash language the older boys talked in because I was eager to show I to could parrot their speech well enough to not get ripped and crimped on by the dudemen, buh-bruh. To top it all off I tried to make him British. I just liked the sound of the old money drawl they have so it of course needed to be added. Sadly I could do the drawl but not the accent so it came out as "skurfer" speak in a barbarian gruff accent complete with the drawl. His initial name, dude bro, was the first thing this monstrous dialect field-tested resulting in the name. I only tell you the last bit because his vocab was to small for basic conversation resulting in 90% of his airtime being just repeating his name like fucking hodor.
Thanks to the wonders of AOL I also at the time discovered the subject of sex. I quite literally studied it not with actual sexual curiosity but because people liked it for some reason and I wanted to seem knowledgeable and fit in
Cont.
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Wanted to be a fucking autobot transformer in D&D. The GM allowed me to be a warforged that could transform into a horse wagon. I also had a magic crystal that created a couple of holographic horses. The horses were only images, they couldnt pull the wagon.
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>>62435174
Cont.
And be like one of the dudemen maybe be part of the crew. Sadly, all the wonder of the internet at my disposal and rather than actual porn being my exposure to such knowledge it was a janky site with a massive, for the time, doujin/porn comics library complete with a similar hentai library. Think of all the utter garbage that that sort of shit from probably the 70's to '01 contained. THAT was my source of knowledge that I fucking studied and memorized, sometimes entire chapters verbatim, and took as nothing less than completely whole knowledge on the entirety of what sex was.
Again, I only mention all of this preface shit for context.

Between trying to make Du'awd emulate a rich snobbish prick combined with the general attitude and language of the older boys I threw in my newfound knowledge into that mixing pot as well.
All of it. From alice in sexland(extreme) to bondage fairies to engrished shit some poor asian scanned by hand.
Du'awd as best as I can describe was the most disgusting, uncomfortable, LOUD(we'll get to this), dense, and forceful character I have ever made. Imagine the drunkest most unintelligible frat with the biggest violent streak who was quite honestly the "just because she said no doesn't mean she didn't want it" type and by far the most sexually charged thing I've ever created. Now, keep in mind we were all 8-10 in this group and had no one to actually tell us off for being weird or fucked up like good parents should outside the older boys who ignored us as much as possible unless they felt like bullying.
The group loved him and now I had knowledge they didn't on a subject the older boys knew was big shit for their age. The DM, god bless and curse his soul, pumped me for that knowledge any which way he could. He fed Du'awd in a way he never should have and because I was the only one who "knew how this shit worked" what ever I did? It was gold and not to be overturned. I ruled that table throug Du'awd spreading my "knowledge"
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>>62426563
I'm intrigued
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>>62426920
What the fuck that's cool as shit. Tell us more!
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>>62434531
My Percy Jackson was a son of Helios always wearing hawaii shirt and sun glasses could shoot sun-beams from his eyes

He also held a grudge against Appollo and his kids since my headcanon was that he took Helios job as a Sun God which made Helios go into obscurity among men and gods
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>>62435439
To the group. And I did it LOUDLY. Every fucked up act where Du'awd would slap a bar maid and the dm rolled to see how wet that made her or how big that made his dick or any number of fucked up creepiest, rapeish, outright weird and outlandish mix of dirty talk, every single bit of it at MAX volume. Of course the older boys thought it was hilarious. So they fed the fire to just to have stories to tell. Du'awd just got worse the more I was encouraged by both parties and the more I fucking read to stay ahead of the group because now they had their own mini Du'awds.
Imagine the worst kind of MLP-tier F-list freeform RP powered by rapebarians who thought everyone ass was their bag and girls had either a dick like boys did or they didn't. Now you're probably missing the mark by a bit so increase all those factors by 10. Now funnel and translate it through the voices and minds of a group of 8-10 year olds eager to outdo eachother fed by a group of assholes.
Imagine that being SCREAMED at the top of their lungs excitedly for the entire neighborhood to hear. Now imagine Du'awds shit voice and limited vocabulary being the loudest voice and ringleader of it all. For about 8 months until someone called social services and DnD got banned for a year and we lost someone to the foster system because turns out someones home life in the group actually did warrant social services actual services.
I'll never forget Du'awd but I'll never not actively cringe and do that retard thing where I just say out loud "no, no, bad!" Whenever I think of him.

I'm gonna go wipe my harddrive and history and drink heavily for a bit now.
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>>62434531
To be fair, that entire setting is full of mary sues to the point where they /aren't/ mary sues. Because EVERYBODY is a demigod.

Grab a lesser god of lightning or some such and I'd be down. I think that's pretty cool, but I'm biased because I love storm concepts like that.
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>>62426563
OP said cringy, not fun and silly.
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Raiju, a mix between Billy Batson and wolverine
Orphaned at a young age by his parents he ran away from foster care near immediately. Now 16-17 years old, he's spent most of his life on the streets.
However, during a starstruck night as a lightning storm brewed overhead, he was struck and visited by Raijin, the Japanese Thunder God, and chose the boy as his companion as his attitude reminded him of the other storm god, Susanoo, before he underwent his penance. With a flash of lightning and a bloodcurdling howl he was transformed, becoming a werewolf streaked with blue, white, and yellow, gaining both primal might and a strong connection to electricity. Now he fights for justice in his own asshole ways, paying little mind to the property damage caused by wayward bolts and drawing/overloading power lines and grids.
Basically if Billy had lost the hope and moral compass that a young boy growing up on Superman would have.
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I was a fan of fire emblem games before ever playing dnd so even as a kid most of my ideas were very normal and down to earth. I always really wanted to be Rebecca when I was like12.
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It's so cringy that I actually came to 4chan for the first time to share it. Basically I just daydream an autistic sci-fi war in my head for years. About seventeen years. Imagined the world as huge structures being fought over on a massive planet, had a whole plot with characters who lived and died throughout an epic saga. I was very ashamed of it, though, due to how cringeworthy it was, the names and such (I came up with it when I was in elementary school to entertain myself because I was a lonely autist with no friends. I ended up writing out a load of it, almost 600 pages of prose, but after I killed off the main character, regretted it, then had him "resurrected" with a hacky mcguffin, I realized I'd ruined it completely. So now I don't imagine it much anymore, at least not stuff involving the main characters. It was all Mary Sue garbage anyway but I enjoyed it at least. Probably the most kino experience of my life was going for a night walk at a college I was visiting, listening to music and imagining a battle I'd been building up to for months, years really. But to anyone but myself it is autistic and cringy as hell.
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Oh I forgot the /tg/ relevant part, which was me trying to turn it into an RPG and statting a lot of the characters in GURPS. They were all 500 point builds which if you play GURPS should tell you all you need to know.
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I was always the GM so I never made characters back in the day, no I had DMPCs of course. The cringe inducingest one being the 7ft tall main villain of my first campaign. He wore magic immune armour and looked like Golbez, with enough power to solo any other monster in the setting. He always spoke with a dignified british accent too unless he was really mad then he's get a deep intimidating voice. I thought he was the shit, even gave him a tragic backstory too.

They say every first time writer is either their story's hero or its villain and boy did I fit squarely in there...
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Lightning Man

He could control lightning, wore all black and had a big lightning bolt symbol on his chest. I thought he was the coolest.
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>>62436455
Sounds better than most of the supers in the game I ran.
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>>62436373
You did well, up until the tragic backstory. Hero like that feels like he should be a silver-spoon noble whose narcissism turned him to evil.
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>>62426563
Terrifying
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>>62430369
Honestly if anyone's gonna wear fingerless gloves genuinely, it's probably a race with clawed hands.

Bandana is weird though
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Caiphas, the pink haired, dark skinned seer from the desert that wore purple robes, fought like a paladin, and was the eldest son of a Dark Lord and a Seeress. He had escaped his father's tower from a young age and was raised by his mother instead, so he'd have to go around stopping his brothers Gilgamesh the edgy sadistic Ice Swordsman and Samson the Samson clone from terrorizing the villagers. He and Samson teamed up a few times, but in the end the three teamed up, combined their magic swords, and Caiaphas cut down his father. I was like, 13 and really into shows like Thundercats and He-Man. I swear I'm not gay.
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Played a demo of someone's homebrew supers game in a con. Made iron man with lowest intelligence possible to max out wealth. Basically a dumbass trust fund baby who spent the money on a power armor, because well he's a dumbass

Friendly fired half the group as my weakest range weapons started at grenade launchers.
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Alrighty everyone, hunker down, because I've got a bunch of them. I'm not just posting my very first, because it's not that cringe worthy on my part.

Character 1: A human wizard. I don't remember the name, but that was all to the character creation. I wound up being brought into the DM's personal world where his character reigned supreme and was omnipotent. My character became evil from being good by picking up a scythe called "The shadow scythe". In a future game, it was "the shadow sickle" when I returned with another character I couldn't remember.

I made another character using the Desmodu race from the D&D 3.0 Monster Manual II, and applying the half-celestial template to it, and I named him "Blade".

Then another half human half demon who dual wielded katanas and was an evil prick. I can't remember the name.

I kept making shit like this until I was 19 years old, believing that the game I played with my human mage character was the pinnacle of roleplaying. The most cringe worthy part was that I maintained that notion for 9 or so years since when I was first introduced to Roleplaying.
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>>62428508
That's amusing because Sasugay is a good guy now and even has a cute daughter.
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>prison escape campaign
>played a rapist

I know it's not the edgiest thing in the world but I was 21 at the time
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>>62426526
I'm not a good judge of my own cringe but I had weird Isekai story with a police slipping into fae land in the middle of riot control in full gear. The twist was that he got cursed for trespassing and every time he steps into flowing water he would teleport into some other stream on his next step. It was a complete fucking mess with confused dude phasing in and out of existence and whacking orcs with a baton.
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>>62426526
edgy Pokemon story about two clans in a desert that hated each other, but a third clan of perfect healers kept them both alive so they'd keep hurting each other
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>>62441918
blood for the blood god
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>>62426526
>Character obsessed with the idea of immortal life, not just in the physical sense, but in all possible senses of the word
>He wanted to literally outsurvive the universe, abstract concepts, and life itself
>All of this only so he could be the only sentient being to actually witness the end of everything that exists, yet keep existing himself as proof that it happened
>First he spent his entire life making his body immortal in the most common sense of the word, that is, he would not die out of old age
>Then he had spent his entire life researching and learning all kinds of magics and obscure arts that dealt with the permanence of the soul
>After that he started hunting abstract entities with the specific purpose of killing his own name, for somehting that can be named can be forgotten, and thus dies in the mind of people
>Thus, people oculd not give him a name, even if they wanted the words just woudn't come out
The idea was to make him the villain of a campaign more or less at this point of his plan, when he was still a physical existence yet stupidly mysterious and overpowered, as he had literally hundreds of thousands of years of experience in the art of killing abstract stuff, which meant he could not only kill you, but kill every trace of your existence, making it so that it was like you had never existed at all, which was so bullshit I myself didn't even know how my players could deal with that shit, but I wanted him to be in the campaing anyway because I was masturbating so hard at the concept.
I even made up some specific martial arts he had created that let him kill every single aspect of a person in 7 hits:
First hit kills the mind
Second hit kills the body
Third hit kills the soul
Fourth hit kills the memories
Fifth hit kills the space (vanishes it's physical remains forever)
Sixth hit kills the time (vanishes every trace of history that relates to the dead person)
Seventh hit kills the possibility of their existance altogether
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>>62426526
It was in MERP. My character was a human bard with a magical instrument that, when played, it would make lesser races (all races besides elves and humans with the obvious exceptions of black humans/elves) deaf.
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>>62426526
The usual. A soul knife version of Drizzt
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>>62426526
RWBY before RWBY existed
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Basically played NOT-Solid Snake as a character in d20 Modern, looking back it wasn't terrible because the campaign itself was pure shooty and undercover black op supernatural shit but still the only development as a character was "shoot the monsters and then shoot them better after I level up and get more wealth score"
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>>62436000
You're not alone there, man, honestly sounds pretty interesting. Next time I pass some guy out for a nighttime stroll on campus with earbuds in, I'll remember this and wonder whether or not there are battles playing out in their head.
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>>62426526
I had a character that was basically just spawn but human.
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>>62428082
>travel instantly to other lactations
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>>62430381
>>>/trash/
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>>62436000

Are you the guy who came up with this shit? It is kinda autismal but I like it
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>>62431743
>a fellow Bob and George fag

Christ a'mighty it's lucky we were too lazy to go through with our plans. Though I have to say you have one up on me with the omnipotent "author" character, that's one sprite comic trope I never really cottoned to even at the height of my snowflakeness.
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>>62434531
I'm very surprised that I never made a percy jackson oc.
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>>62445051
>Was smart enough to completely avoid Bob and George just by looking at it
>Was not smart enough to avoid obsessively following another mary sue that lived in a kingdom hearts type multiverse with his special OC Donuts
>One of them literally WAS an OC Donut Steel, as he had happened to draw a character that was eerily similar to Number 3 from Codename Kids Next Door
>Literally spent pages just raging at this character and beating the shit out of her because the creators stole it from him
I don't even remember why I started to read his shit or why I stopped. But yikes, I wish I could slap past-me.
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>>62445033
Yeah, I'm kinda sad I ruined it cause even though it was kinda shit and autistic it was very important to me.
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>>62426976
>Conan the Librarian
this is actually cute and i will probably steal this

>>62426526
any self insert 'gifted' (aka superhero) oc i made to rp with on forums when i was 10 without getting banned somehow. the shame has probably made me who i am today

also
night elf hunter in wow rp when i literally didn't know shit about the lore, or anything, just "cool pet" and "blue hair"
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>>62436000
if it helps, i wish i had your dedication man. i can't consistently imagine for shit, it's more like i have 900 vaguely overlapping and contradicting storylines/characters/random ideas going on without any focus. a little dash of more autism would be nice
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>>62435891
>not cringing at fun&silliness
you're doing it wrong, anon
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>>62430301
>Just looks like a DBZ character
>notice the bulge
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>>62426920
>but it involved teutonic russian knights in trenchcoats carrying berserk-huge swords.
now that's a setting I can get behind
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>>62426526
As a kid, before going to bed I'd have these fantasies of being a badass warrior who was really cool and strong and had a maid/sex slave waiting in his tent who'd take care of him and keep his shit clean and fuck him
Those fantasies never stopped
Instead, the maid and I effectively swapped places
She still has the same weeb name for fucks sake
HELP ME

I guess it's technically not OC, but only because I've always lacked the confidence to put it to paper. Maybe that's for the better.

>>62446532
>OwO what's this?
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>>62446617
>not posting weeb name
come on
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>>62435514
holy shit anon i love your oc
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>>62426526
Semi-related, but as a 13YO I used to go into the woods and pretend I was some sort of crafter/fighter and fought invisible enemies like an autist.
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>>62428553

Tell your friend those are some well-done hands, anon.
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>>62446666
Same, but I lived in the middle of nowhere in the midwest, and my house was surrounded by fields. I used to go out with my airsoft guns and pretend to be waging a guerrilla war against the Goa'uld. Fuck, the nostalgia outweighs the cringe.
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>>62446710
Simpler times for a simpler boy. Before the dark times.
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>>62426526
Made a Matrix OC for online RPG that was a code glitch that had gained sentience and manifested itself as a consciousness with a body inside the matrix complete with edgy matrix character clothing.
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>>62428082
>no, I had not heard of the infinity gems at the time).
oh but you had.
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>>62446625
I don't see how it's relevant
I've always liked the name Kyoko for some reason.
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>>62435439
>>62435634

Anon- I
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>>62435514

Anon, you've got nothing to apologize for.
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>>62446737
I swear I fucking hadn't, or at least didn't remember them if I had.
>>62444977
Aw dammit.
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>>62444776
So...
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>>62446666
blessed quads.
We all did.
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>>62426526
I made a cringy RPG with a cringy setting.
I liked bits from other games and settings and my first reflex was to cram it all into a single thing. And I used so unintelligble gothic font.

The system had a LOT of stats, tables, shit like that. It also had personal quests/goals baked into classes. There were also lots of resources - you had separate Sanity, Stamina, Mana, Willpower and, instead of health, Blood Level - you see, I didn't like hit points, so I ripped off bleeding wounds from somewhere and you had to run out of blood.
It all was obviously not streamlined at all and completely and utterly unplayable.

The setting started up as random fantasy shit, but then I wanted Cthulhu with the real Lovecraftian feel, and that meant our world and 19th-20th century. So it ended up 19th century of our world, but half the characters use medieval weapons and armour, and also they can make impossible steampunk tech, although rest of the world is not steampunk. But then I stumbled upon the topic of lost continents and ancient supercontinents, and decided I want Antlanteans living in Pangaea too. So I started working on time-hopping gameplay, where you control both you character in 19th century and another in Pangaea, and game switched between them, and you can do stuff in the past that affects character in the present (like hide an item under a rock so a future you can find it - how it would stay there over a billion years didn't cross my mind). And THEN I stumbled upon Stephen King, I guess, or someone else, and decided whole thing is like a cosmic threatre play for creatures even beyond cthulhu, and so characters could potential draw on theatrical conventions on a cosmic level and it was there that I finally abandoned that steaming pile of cringe.
Good times.
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>>62446666
oh please, I was swatting nettles with a stick imagining they were orcs well into age when I should've been too old for that

If I had no neighbours to feel awkward in front of I'd do it to this day.
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>>62426526
>As a kid
Fuck, i'm only 19 half of the shit i came up with wasn't even all that long ago. I'm pretty sure i was 14/15 during these

Bad memory 1
>DMing 4e
>Decide plot is divine magic wanting to ban arcane magic.
>100 year war
>Create a new racial template. Shambling
>Adds a few undead characteristics, but remains sentient.
>Undead Subtype.
>Higher con, lower cha.
>Cold resistance
>Big bad is the first shambling
>Necromancer Sorcerer wielding a scythe.
>Main hench is a shambling Paladin.
>get 2 sessions in and never have a third

Bad memory 2
>not /tg/
>tried to draw a comic
>about demons and angels invading earth
>half humans are stronger than full demons/angels
>If you're like super evil irl, you can be ress'd as a demon
>MC is son of ress'd serial killer
>has nightcrawler powers
>wields a katana
>Last name is umbral because latin is smart
>gets way edgier as the *plot* goes on
>rip off pretty much everything
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>>62449895
Don't worry man. Your brain takes a nice leave of absence in varying forms from around age 12-25 though you start getting used to it towards the end.
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>>62430895
>calling women females
>getting a kick out of antagonising people
>no interaction with a whole gender in the entire game

W H E W L A D
H
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>>62436000
Dude if you have 600 pages woth of material you should go back and re work it. Now you know about the cringe maybe you can turn it into a fun story.
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Character>
Having never experienced an RPG before outside of JRPGs for my Dreamcast, Self insert mechwarrior GMPC and first exposure to learning a Jack of all trades character isn't just master of none but absolute horseshit at everything. At least it was an accurate self-insert.

A world that is a cartoony throwback to samurai and ninja clans because I was bending over backwards to try to get my highschool best friend to join my game. No, he didn't even give it a sessions' chance and simply didn't show up.

OC: I did even cringier shit when I was fourteen or so, but that's the magical age that most of us try to block out, give or take a couple years.
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My first OC was ye typicale handome lorde with pale white skine, black hair, great fighter, great wizard, very rich, two beautiful wives (if I had just one, someone would assume I had a crush on one of our classmates, due to hair color or something, and that would be worst of all, obviously)
He also had a magical eye that could turn into a bottomless black abyss that could suck people souls or something.
It wasn't so much of an RPG or a game, really, as us telling stories to each other about kingdoms we ruled, which presumably bordered each other, although we never bothered to have a shared map or something. We traded, fought, etc, though nothing ever had consequences or resolutions. The game itself was fun.
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A paladin named Lucia Blight that detested the setting's not-Muslim race and religion enough that he started to destroy their churches and monuments wherever he found them.

GM shouldn't have had them kill his dog, is my only real defense on the edge.
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>>62450369
Not him, but having 600 pages of material isn't really that much, neither it mean anything, you see, when I was greener than a grass field I wrote a "book", it had something along 200 pages worth of material and lemme tell ya, all of it was irredmable shit.

Like, it isn't that I didn't tried, I tried, I read it twice keeping my standards lower than the normal and I couldn't find anything good on it, characters, lore, plot, everything, it was all shit. Only erasing it and building up from the ground would turn it on to something bearable, but if I'm going to re-create it I'm better off creating something else.

but, being all fair, it was fun to read trought it. I couldn't keep myself from smiling while reading, remembering times where I was happy and had any kind of motivation, or any will to live on that matter
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>>62426733
To be fair, if it was just the first part that'd be a great silver age character concept in M&M. Call yourself The Everyman or Blue Collar and beat people unconscious with a toolbox of justice
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>>62450624
>kill his dog
he's perfectly justified then
killing doggo is serious business
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A psionic/sonic mage (sound waves, not the hedgehog) who would destroy houses and cars with vibrational waves. I was angsty as fuck.
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the most cringy character i ever saw was a black slave named Jumpy Mc Jump Face and his gimmick was that he could jump very high.
I never DM'd for that guy ever again
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>>62450650
I really liked that dog. I called him Fema and I asked for it instead of a paladin mount because my own dog died RL a few months before we started and I wanted a proxy animal to love.
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First character from when I started in 4e. Nothing horrendous imo, but still pretty bad and thankfully only lasted a few sessions.

>human rogue
>grew up in a poor neighborhood and rose to the head of a gang
>right hand man burned down an orphanage and framed him
>long black hair, constantly brooding
>uses twin daggers
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>>62446617
No biggie, Anon. Badass grills are kino
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>>62450369
Its not so much the writing that matters to me, it's the story as I imagined it over time. It was like a D&D campaign in that things in it "happened," sometimes only vaguely planned ahead by me. The story had one set of main characters, husband and wife, who "died" at the end of middle school. Their son became the main character and did so much, then I decided it was time for him to "die" so there could be a third generation. Except there was no way his son could replace him without being a clone of him, and his daughter was her own plot point. So after four real-life years and about twenty stroy-years, I had him resurrected with a one-shit nanotech device. Now there are too many main characters and all believability is gone. Everything felt "right" before....Now it all feels wrong.
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>>62426526
It was Twilight 2000 and I made Vic Hitler Jr, weeaboo Black Nazi from Florida.
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It was a shameless ripoff of Golden Sun, but I was the only person I knew of that had played it so I tried passing it off as my ideas.
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>>62426526
didn't meet anyone that played trad games til my 20s
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>>62446319
why are you guys pretending that you never watched the conan the libararian skit?
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>>62428082
>exponentially doubled
so, it was multiplicative, not exponential.
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>>62430301
that's why it's cringe
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>>62430381
what's ironclaw
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>>62434779
why are women so much more lewd
aren't dudes supposed to be the depraved rapey creeps?
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<= this dudes but as cultist of outer gods and genuinely friendly
>Dwarf kid that got out of the caves during night saw stars and decided to go there
>found some random book "5 ways to get to astral plane you wouldn't belive", became warlock of outer gods.
>10 years later he spends most of the time helping people in any way he could, teaching astrology and just being as nice as possible.
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>>62453447
The best health system and races set that has been developed so far combined with delicious furfaggotry
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>>62453666
if it's not d&d health system it can't be good
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>>62453736
them's fighting words m8

Also Legends of Wulin is objectively best system of all
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>>62453492
Funnily enough most every women I've ever met was more or less as sexually charged as men. They just express that shit differently and have social stigmas against such. So you every now and then find one in a hobby or place where they can vent and because it's only that one place they vent the past weeks pent up shit in that session.
Imagine all the lewd thoughts or desires you just ambiently entertain, mentally or physically, only having one 4 hour time period to be evacuated until it's that time again one week later. It's usually worse the younger they are, to a degree, as the older women get the less they care about being caught out.
They tend to go overboard because of that. The guy you replied to basically had a guaranteed chance at a being the earliest guy in his social circle to lose the V-Card and to a chick that would have taken him on the world tour for the experience of it if he had played his cards right rather than trying to crash it.
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>>62453786
That seems really fucking one-sided.

>talk shit
>get hit
>take lmao2damage
>reeling, hurt, afraid
>can't attack, can't counter, can't defend well
>spend next action on recovering
>get hit again
>lmao3damage
>u dun sun

I mean granted I don't know how the action economy works in this game but if it's like a one-action-a-round deal it definitely seems to have a bit of a snowball effect designed into it even just one-on-one, to say nothing of 2v1 or group combat situations.
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The backstory to my lore was ripped straight from Runescape
>in the beginning of the setting the one of the gods came upon a verdant, plentiful planet whole traversing the ether and decided to populate it with his chosen people
>seeing the work of this god, more followed suit
>eventually, too many gods with conflicting ideologies converged
>arguments led to skirmishes, skirmishes led to battle, battle led to war
>soon the entire planet was plunged into a bloody war
>gods clashed, countries were leveled, and much of the earth was scarred
>it ended with the otherwise peaceful god of nature dickslapping all the others and telling them to fuck off and leave the planet alone
>the gods that weren't killed fled and eyed the planet from afar, only influencing their followers through indirect contact
>campaigns take place long after this with the God Wars being tens of generations in the past
And the best part was the players had no idea
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>>62453786
what is this furshit
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>>62454050
>>62453786
It's weird. I don't know how, but you can almost clearly tell the difference between just an ordinary antropomorphic animal and one drawn by a furry. I really don't know what it is, it's uncanny.
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I made a dwarf barbarian named Thongar who dual wielded hatchets that were magically chained to his arms so he could swing them around like Kratos. It was for a "monster hunting" campaign where every session was just a drawn out boss fight with next to no rules so we could be badasses, and then after each fight we'd go fuck NPCs based off our high school crushes.
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>>62454215
that actually sounds like fun
>fuck NPCs based off our high school crushes
Not gonna lie, if I had anyone to play with in High School I would have 100% done that
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>>62454110
I would imagine that furries put in the extra "effort" to make it look more overtly human in bodily design/more conventionally attractive, edging into the uncanny valley. Non-furry funny animals or humanoid animals lack that artistic drive to make it attractive and human-like, hence they don't set off the human brain's weirdness alarm as much. Look at art in a beastfolk thread and you'll probably see it; human eyes and expressions, modified heads, hands-with-claws, almost completely human posture, that sort of thing.

The damage-rules creature in >>62453786 shows this off; though not as big of an example because he's drawn rather small and cartoony, you can clearly see human-like eyes, expressions, and posture.
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Addendum: As a good example of what proper beastmen/non-furry anthros look like, look at Lizardmen in Warhammer Fantasy. Hunched over, animalistic head and expressions, non-human gait and movements.
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>>62454110
Autismos literally draw differently due to shit like inability to properly register human faces and bodily behavior properly and their inherently warped view of things.
This is also why they put importance on things most give zero shits about and most others don't.
This shows in basically anything they create but it makes them perfect programmers.
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>>62454263
>>62454341
True, though a lot of children's cartoons have very human looking/posing anthros that don't set off my furry alarm. I think the Looney Tunes and Disney's Robin Hood (with the latter almost certainly being responsible with furfags' obsession with foxes) are good examples of that.
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>>62454395
>Autismos literally draw differently due to shit like inability to properly register human faces and bodily behavior properly and their inherently warped view of things.
Really? Can I get a sauce on them drawing differently? This is interesting shit as an autismo myself
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>>62454408
Looney Tunes ain't anthro, it's funny animals. Very simply drawn relative to most furry stuff; even if they often have the same style of movement as humans in their cartoons, both are distinct enough from realistic human movements and expressions to avoid entering the uncanny valley.

Robin Hood is very consistently drawn; I chalk it up to the Disney animators' skills that it doesn't trigger the uncanny valley despite the level of detail and "humanity" relative to Looney Tunes.
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>>62454483
That makes sense, I guess. It's still weird that I could see it before I realized why I could see it. Thanks for clearing that up.
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>>62454419
I'd have to find the actual drawing shit again but theres papers on the inability of their brain to properly register faces, and thus the facial expressions, and body language as those without autism just naturally do as our brains, under normal circumstances, are just plain wired to do so zero training needed. Usually it's the eye region and mouth that cause hang ups.
It's just a part and parcel thing with autism.
https://www.verywellhealth.com/what-is-face-blindness-prosopagnosia-in-autism-259889

I'm phone posting so the search for paper on how it effect things like their ability to draw might take a bit or I might miss it entirely.
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>>62454110
there is no difference, if it acts like a person and isn't a person, a bot, or an alien, it's a furry
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>>62454341
how did you determine what is proper? you must support your statements with credible citations.
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>>62454864
Proper: not furshit.
Improper: furshit.
Mildly improper behavior but only in public settings: handholding and political incorrectness.
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>>62454864
I stated criteria on both posts (i.e. non-human posture and features).
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>>62454910
>>62454960
No explanation of why one is proper and the other not. No citations provided. Reject and resubmit.
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>>62455206
For the record i'm not >>62454910

Also, gtfo with your needless pedantry.
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>>62453965
Generally two actions per round plus some methods to get free actions or have allies grant you additional. The system is lethal and being ganged up on is deadly.
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>>62426563
>[distant noot boot]
>Villagers shut their doors in fear
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>>62455259
Interesting that you can't explain why you believe the things you do. Why is that?
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>>62455400
You do realize I listed out exactly what I thought the differences were through >>62454263
>>62454341
>>62454483

Beastfolk are clearly animalistic in design, lack human-like eyes, posture, expressions, and gait, and remind you more of an animal at first sight (note that this doesn't mean they can't have civilization- e.g. WH lizardmen).

Furries are the opposite, they're designed to remind the viewer of a human rather than an animal, and thusly have chiefly human mannerisms and features run through an animal filter rather than the other way around.
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>>62455447
These are your criteria for distinguishing between two categories: proper and improper. You have not explained why or how these criteria make one proper and the other improper.
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>>62426526
All of my old PCs are on the FunOrb forums if they still exist. I don't want to post any of them.
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>>62455474
Did I not specifically state I was not >>62454910 just a post ago?

I never created categories for "improper" and "proper". All I did was create a distinction between the concepts of beastfolk and furry. Is that too hard to understand?
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>>62455522
Then leave the conversation. Your presence is not productive.
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>>62455474
Ones proper because one is correct.
The other is improper because it is incorrect.
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>>62426526
Back in highschool my friend got his hands on that Savage species book so naturally I made a mind flayer who specialized in illusion magic.

We even worked out this system of gaining new spells and abillities based on brain eating, I ended as a hodgepodge of spells and class features from all the brain eating.
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>>62455553
What method did you use to determine correctness?
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>>62455572
The correct one, of course.
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>>62455534
>"if you don't do this extremely specific thing i want you to do and which has no solution save for what I define then you should gtfo"

Autism, the post.
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>>62455589
>>62455582
So what method did you use? It's a simple question. It's not a trick, or a gotcha. I want to know how you made your decision; the decision itself is not important to me.
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>>62455625
at times I wish all boards had a poster ID system, wouldn't have to say I'm not >>62455582 constantly

And holy shit, enough of this correctness vs incorrectness shit. I talked about none of that. I purely set up a distinction between the two based on general conventions and features I observed. That's how I made those criteria.
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>>62426526
Sargent Deleto
He was an ex marine drill sarg who I made up when I was pretty young as a way of trying to get myself to do homework.
Essentially he was just a hard ass who I would think about if I was being lazy.
Then I made him into a DND character some time in middle School and it turns out what motivated me pretty much made other people cry.
I got kicked out for playing Sargent Deleto and it wasn't till years later that I picked DND back up and now I truly realize how absolutely abhorrent I was.
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>>62455625
Well, you measure its correctness quotient.
You compare its level of correctness versus whatever incorrectness it may or may not have.
If the number is positive AND fairly high you have something that is correct. The closer to zero but still positive the less palatable it is but still technically correct(ex: fetii are not alive by human standards.).
If you get a negative quotient you have something that is incorrect. The closer to zero the more you get that "eeeeehhh...it SOUNDS okay but I'm not sure" feeling.
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>>62455717
What is the correctness quotient, and how is it measured?
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>>62453404
Um, both? Because it doubled again each time. So 2, 4, 8, 16, 32
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>>62426976
>>62453379
>>62446319
https://youtu.be/JXZ05LKhwdo
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A Druid who only turned into wolves. He had two wolf companions. His backstory was that he was possessed by a wolf spirit that split his personality in two, and his black wolf reflected his rage, while his white wolf reflected his compassion.

Yikes.
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>>62451438
>Badass grills are kino
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>>62455742
I just explained that more or less but okay.
The correctness quotient is the amount of correct that exists in any given thing.
How you determine the quotient of correctness is by taking the amount of correctness something has and then subtracting the amount of incorrectness that it may or may not have. This should yield a positive number got an overall correct thing or a negative number for an overall incorrect thing.
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>>62455773
That's actually better than 90% of the absolute bullshit I have to deal with running an open game for my LGS.
I wouldn't feel that embarrassed.
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>>62455789
How do you measure the amount of correctness and incorrectness?
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>>62455816
Good to know. My current character is a middle-aged man that hunts lycanthropes and decided that the only way to truly defeat them is to use their weapons against them.
Maybe I just really like wolf-themed characters.
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>>62455851
>use their weapons against them
So he's a werewolf himself?
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>>62455888
That's the general idea, though the game uses Path of War and there's an in-playtest discipline that lets him use natural weapons without actually *being* a shapeshifter, so I've flavored it as he subjected only part of his body to the curse of lycanthropy to explain why he can have claws sometimes.
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>>62455825
Depends on what it is we're measuring.
Ex: sparing your enemy.
At base theres moral implications of altruism this is correct. However, him being alive could mean he'll just come back to kill you. This is incorrect.
Theres also factors like are you a good person or a bad person? Is he? What was the circumstance of the sparing? Is it a humiliatory sparing or a fully moral based sparing? Did they deserve this? Etc.
You take the quotient scored from all of these concepts against each other to reach a final total correct quotient for the action.
Rough initial comparisons can be made on the spot however by comparing their correctness qoutients and seeing who is the highest for expediency then doing a full evaluation later to determine after the fact if the action itself was positively correct or not however the rough individual comparison is almost always correct in and of itself.
Some of these require in-depth study and it's best to just ask your local CQ scholar for time saving but things like "Correct" will never not be correct as it will always have a quotient at or above infinity.
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>>62455956
I was asking you specifically how you measured the amount of correctness and incorrectness in the different methods of depiction of animal characters.
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>weakling member of barbarian tribe
>ostracized for his weakness, he contracts with a devil to become stronger
>otherworldly power earns the respect of his tribe
>later, tribe is threatened with extermination by a much larger tribe
>the warriors will need to become stronger if they hope to repel the coming attack
>a ritual is devised to give the whole tribe the same power my character has
>not everyone wants to go through with the ritual
>force them to do it anyway
>ritual goes horribly wrong, many member of the tribe turn into rampaging monstrosities
>tribe is destroyed before enemy tribe ever launches their attack
>edgelord character survives the incident and goes on to become a hunter of abominations, using his dark powers to combat these affronts to the natural world
>among his tribal tattoos, the names of his former tribesmen are etched into his body, a permanent reminder of his sins
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>>62454263
It always weirds me out how far some people go to justify their biases. Like dude, you're allowed to dislike furries just for the sake of disliking furries, you don't have to invent pseudo-scientific reasons for it. It just comes off as the Internet version of phrenology.
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>>62426526
I participated in a lot of freeform Star Wars rpgs when I was a teenager.

I was also really into various anime, Naruto especially, so anytime I was in a campaign that allowed custom force powers I'd shoehorn my snowflake Jedi/Sith with their force sharingan/byakugan.

I think I had just enough awareness to avoid making them stu's, but they were still pretty cringey.
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>>62456014
Depends on the animal characters.
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>>62456120
So how did you do it in this specific case where you determined that one was correct?
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>>62456140
Previous knowledge.
Furries have already been determined to be incorrect and animal/humanoid amalgams that aren't furries have already been determined to be correct.
This is why consulting a local CQS can expedite the entire process.
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>>62456244
That's not a method. Post the method you used.
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>>62456309
I didn't use a method. I knew via prior knowledge.
Ex: fire burns you you now know from then on fire burns. Sex feels good so you now know from then on sex feels good. Coincidentally this is also how academia and general dissemination of knowledge continues to function.
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>>62456358
"Prior knowledge" is the same as "take my word for it". Post your method.
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>>62456398
Anon, you know very well his method is "things I like = good, things I dislike = bad".
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>>62456398
We just went over this. Like wise you can "take my word" 2 2's makes a 4. The sun rises every day(at least for now). Cold is cold. And hot is hot.
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>>62456462
I make no assumptions and assume good faith on the part of everyone as long as I can.
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>>62456469
I do not take your word for any of these. The ones that aren't tautologies can be tested empirically. Since the topic under discussion is not a tautology, it can be tested empirically, we only need a method to do so.
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>>62456476
Sorry, that was worded poorly. I meant to say I refrain from actual judgement on the motivations of others, but assume good faith as long as possible in the absence of evidence in either direction.
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>Europe bands together and creates a gigantic wall spanning the top of Poland at the Baltic Sea all the way down to Greece and the Mediterranean
>The reason for this is because everything east of the wall was taken over or destroyed by people only known as Frost Wolves
>Things have entered a stalemate, with the European Coalition unwilling to enter the frozen wasteland created by the FW, and the FW being repelled by the wall’s artillery
The only other faction I can remember is the Red Skulls, a gang that managed to gather enough power to take over Spain
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>>62426526
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>>62456495
I gave you the method already.
Would you demand numbers be empirically proven before you used them in math?
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>>62456545
Prior knowledge is not a method, as it does not tell me any new information. It is no different than saying "it's true because it's true."
Numbers can be constructed independently by anyone, using set theory.
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>>62456575
We went over this already. The method is Correct-Incorrect=Correct Quotient.
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>>62456666
In order to subtract incorrect from correct, we need a method to find these two values.
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>>62456812
I literally just told you how to determine those values.
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>>62426526
I made a setting which was notLOTR original do not steal.
It had sketches of different races and creatures and text descriptions.

I made a rpg tabletop which was notJRPG. Each player moves his character on a giant square-based map and have to complete their personal storyline quests to win.

I made a tabletop strategy that was basically notBabylon5. You need to build a base, your fleet, warp between different maps and fight other people.

Sadly, they are lost in time.
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>>62456885
No, you told me how to find the correctness quotient.
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>>62456901
Which tells you how correct or incorrect something is depending on if the quotient is positive or negative.
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>>62456923
Your equation has two variables whose values must be known in order to use it. Explain how to find those values.
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>>62456943
You determine the amount of correct.
Then, you determine the amount of incorrect.
Then you subtract the incorrect from the correct.
I'm actually not sure where the hiccup is here.
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>>62457048
how do you determine the amount of correct / incorrect? remember, these values are used to find the correctness quotient, so we can't use that to find them.
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>>62453786
>That spoiler
You're goddamn right it is
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>>62457048
THE MISSILE KNOWS WHERE IT IS
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>>62450648
But with the full package, he could go as The Monkey Wrench.
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>>62457085
>we can't use that to find them
>numbers can't be used to find numbers
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>>62457151
Correct. In a system of three unknowns, we need two to find the third. If a - b = c, and we want to find c, we need a and b.
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>>62453965
Could also go
>prep counter attack
>Talk shit
>Opponent loses it attacks
>Successful counter
>Guy is reeling
>Attack on your turn
>do 2 damage
>Guy is afraid
>"That's what I thought punk!"

But if you pull this off on a group, you're fucked as stated before the others can rally the guy or just fucking dogpile in on you
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>>62457172
A=C.
C=A-B
B=C-A
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>>62457195
it's almost like combat is something to be avoided and the rules reflect that
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>>62457209
Find C.
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>>62457217
Exactly, the rules are pretty fucking great and I'm love to run/play a system but the lore turns off a lot of people.

>Tfw will never run a gritty mud-n-blood version of Disney's Robin Hood
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>>62457232
A-B.
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>>62426563
Yeah I played Bloody Road: Primal Rage
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>>62457251
That's not a value, it's an expression. Find C.
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>>62457272
It's both.
Welcome to binary concepts and double negations.
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As a child I only really played anime rps in invisionfree forums.
The character I played the most was Negima from Negima.
The character I wanted to play the most was a Daft Punk guy as a Shaman King Shaman.
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>>62426526
An isekai dude named James (not my name) who started as a mailman/package carrier in a post-apocalyptic magitek New York, gained lightning abilities, a taser prod/sword (couldn't decide), and black armor that expanded from a magical plate implanted in his chest like the Suitcase armor in Iron Man 2. Shacked up with the heiress to a shapeshifter-dragon society and allied with local demons to fight against a group of religious zealots that wanted to bind everyone into being "perfect" at the cost of free will.

The whole backstory was demons aka "powerful spirits and fallen angels" were living regular lives on Earth when the apocalypse caused all the beings to change back to 100% mystical/divine/superhuman creatures across the planet. This in turn reverberated down the families the creatures had sired over centuries, which meant a sizable portion of the population gained magic powers of some sort. After some unspecified war, New York was nuked and semi-rebuilt by some of the families who created lord/clan/fealty structures to keep order between powerful families and the regular humans/creatures under them.

A demon group originally set to monitor the UN covertly became the representatives and de-facto hub for all magical clans and groups on the planet to the UN and operate as peacekeepers due to centuries of diplomatic skill and the strongest fighters in NAmerica. The whole plot was going to be the MC would start with nothing, get a postman job to help him figure out the world, and ends up transporting a book of binding spells to a nutty religious group that wasn't supposed to get it. Cue shenanigans.

I feel like there's seeds of worthwhile ideas in all this junk, but I'd have to dig around for it. Like a very small but wealthy family who are one of the few who can build from scratch or infuse regular items with magic, resulting in the expanding armor from a tea saucer-sized block of metal in one's chest, or a magically infused gun to bypass said armor.
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>>62434327
Hey, everyone needs a chance to vent this stuff, so they don't actually use the ideas in a fit of stupidity/nostalgia.
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>>62457339
Wrong, it is an expression only. Find C.
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>>62457339
If you don't have an answer to the guy's question, just say so. Vague dancing doesn't hold any water.

Is that the point? That the arbitrary judgement of what is excessively furry and what is a harmless cartoon is a vague, pointless thing? Because you didn't need to tease the idea of seeing into your boring world to achieve it.

>>62457272
And you are as boring as he is.
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>>62457248
I gotta admit, I'm kinda curious about the system now. What are the downsides? I don't mind the art, if the most popular game in the hobby can get away with pic related then a few Disney knockoffs is nothing.
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>>62426526
I made a guy named Cane that was everything wrong with the idea of the 'grey jedi.' He was also some sort of immortal shapeshifter, and had a private fleet and army because reasons. I think he had gotten the Star Forge up and running again, or something. Slutty twilek as penance.
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>>62436000
I too have imagined magitek battle scenes while walking the streets listening to soundtracks/orchestral music. Wonder how many people did the same thing?
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>>62435463
>I'm intrigued
You should be running.
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>>62436455
For you Anon. Part of a CW show with all those aspects called Black Lightning. Saw the premiere in DC last year, never touched it again.
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>>62457484
I gave you the answer. it's both the value and the expression.
>>62457464
Google Double Negation. It's not something that's short enough to type out on a phone screen.
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>>62441445
I've always wondered, what do people wear fingerless gloves for irl? Biking?
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>>62457536
>Part of a CW show with all those aspects called Black Lightning
He's a lot older than the CW show.
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>>62430895
mmmmmmmmmboy
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>>62457546
Yes. Also fighting.
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>>62435514
That's solid, not cringe at all!
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>>62430966
>i don't think there's doing it wrong with being a dm lol
Not that anon but there absolutely is. If your player has an idea they really want and it's not game-breaking, it's up to you to try and work it into the game. One of the GM's duties is to coax new players out of their shells.
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>>62457538
Wrong, it's an expression only. Find C, not in terms of A or B.
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>>62457538
Have you forgotten why you got into this imbecilic argument in the first place? From following the responses, this one guy asked you,
>how did you determine what is proper?
And you said,
>Proper: not furshit
>Improper: furshit
So if proper is A and improper is B, the resulting equation to find the whatever coefficient is
Not Furshit - Furshit = Entire endpoint of the argument that you cited way too early.
Which still leaves three variables.
Because >>62457464 (your only friend right now), doesn't know the metric you use to determine a proper furred sapient or the metric you use to determine an improper disgusting fetish fueler, and because of that, he doesn't know the whatever coefficient because you are a turd and I waste my time and he might be an idiot (which means he's in great fucking company).

Questions, comments, concerns?
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>>62457653
We've already left that behind. We're not talking proper/improper but correct/incorrect.
>>62457630
Again.
A=C.
C=A-B
B=C-A
It's a double negation.
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>>62457550
I figures. That channel couldn't write their way out of a paper bag. So why do I still care about The Flash then...
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>>62457730
Find C, not in terms of A or B.
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>>62457742
Impossible hence the double negation.
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>>62426526
It's only cringy in abstract because I was so lazy and unoriginal, the character himself is.. well, edgy but perfectly appealing.
Because I was pretty much just playing Auron from Final Fantasy X, as a wandering ronin in Legend of the Five Rings.
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>>62457761
So you admit that you don't have a method for determining correctness. Good to know.
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>>62457779
I admit I have a method for determining correctness you just refuse to accepting. Your current argument runs something like "what's the answer to 2+2? And don't say 4! Give me a REAL answer."
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>>62457812
Autocorrect was a mistake...
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>>62426526
Kaitlyn, the Werewolf Princess, vs the Beholder. Kait was ostricised from society, but rather than find a dark corner and brood she went about gathering other monsters to try to form a new society where people could live without discrimination.

It didn't get much further than that, since I was in middle school, but I've kept my love of Noble Demons and the like, or monsters turning against their natures to fight for good. I've since dropped Kaitlyn in favor of a less nuanced blackguard duchess who's kept mostly in line by her lich Vizier (they actually form the major antagonistic force of my homebrew, since the Blackguard is always striving to get more power and conquer the world, while the other nations squabble), and other assorted characters of simpler but bolder colors, but I still remember the good-but-only-for-a-middle-schooler book cover I drew of Kaitlyn clambering up the steps of an alyeid ruin knockoff with a wolf, getting ready to fight a beholder for no thanks.
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>>62457730
>We're not talking proper/improper but correct/incorrect.
You absolute sandbag. You're the one that shifted the terms, without any warning, from proper to correct. You knew this would spiral into pointlessness, didn't you? YOU PLAYED US LIKE A DAMN FIDDLE.
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>>62430317
I know this feeling well.
As bad as I was... I was nowhere near as bad as my cousin. I should probably thank him.
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>>62457812
And 2 is a figure that is self-evident of a figure that represents twice a thing. Your way has no self-evidence.
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>>62457812
"A = B - C" is not a valid answer to "B - C = A, find A"

We know A is in terms of B and C. I am asking you for a method to determine the values of B and C, not in terms of A or each other, so we can then use them to find C. You failed to provide such a method that is not simply restating the variables in terms of each other. You will provide an acceptable answer.
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>>62457833
It's not my fault you missed something so obvious as a complete and utter shift in subjects complete with different words used for said subjects.
>>62457862
Correctness is self-evident via it's own means.
>>62457879
They equal eachother or the polarity of eachother as both represent their own. Go back above and find the "Correct is positively infinitely Correct Quotient" post. With this and the prior knowledge above Incorrect must be negatively infinitely Incorrect.
Now work backwards.
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>>62457938
You have asserted that the correctness quotient (CQ) is equal to correct - incorrect.
Explain how to find the amount of "correct". Do not use the words "incorrect", or "quotient", or any equivalent terms in your reply. Do not tell me to refer to previous posts. Include all relevant information in your single reply, and enumerate the exact steps, as though you were writing a program. Do not use ambiguity or euphemisms. Do not use circular reasoning. Do not assume knowledge of the value you have been asked to find in your method.
This is your last chance. You will be dismissed permanently if you fail and your thesis rejected.
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>>62457987
See...thats that 2+2 gimme a real answer argument cropping back up again.
I'm sorry you don't like and/or don't understand the answer but that doesn't change it.
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>>62457938
YOU are the one that shifted it. YOU are the one that changed the subject. If you are going to go through all that trouble, you might as well explain what is your scale or measurement or even context (since the subject shifted) for "Correctness."

I know what you're saying about double negation is technically right. But you haven't answered the simplest, heaviest piece of the puzzle: what (not the meaning, but the object being referred to) is correct, and why did you change the subject?
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>>62458015
No it isn't. What has actually happened is that you claimed a + b = c, and when asked for a method to find real values for a and b, you could not comply.
Your contributions to this thread are failures. Revise your arguments and resubmit.
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Now kiss.
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>>62458018
Here. I gave you a hint a few posts ago but I'll do my best to spell it out.

Ignore for a second the political atmosphere on the subject and view it with a base neutral viewpoint for the sake of the argument: nazisms desire to kill the Jew.
Lets assume the average nazi selling this as of yet unknown quotiented idea says killing jews is the Correct thing to do.
Now, let's say some anti-nazist claims that the idea of killing jews is Incorrect.
If Correct is infinitely of itself and Incorrect is negatively infinitely of itself and we have 1 Correct and 1 Incorrect we have ∞ minus -∞ which gives us +/-∞ as the quotient. A=C C=A-B B=C-A
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>>62458110
Okay, there's the process. What's the result? What can the idiot observing this mess gain from it? If it's nothing, parrot yourself.
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>>62458110
How did you arrive at those values for correct and incorrect?
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>>62458152
He assumed.
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>>62458158
I'm trying to give him the chance to provide an alternate explanation, as that would invalidate this method.
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>Effeminate Nazi Mastermind named Freidrich Schmidt from an alternate dimension in the Marvel Universe where the Inhumans landed in Nazi Germany and helped the Nazis win the war.

Game was M&M 3e made in the vein of the Marvel's Exiles but instead we were all villains collected from our respective worlds to be antagonists in another Contest of Champions. His backstory was that he was Sinthea Schmidt's (Red Skull's Daughter) and Maximus the Mad's child, primarily because Sinthea wanted to marry up into the Inhumans and Maximus was going to bodysnatch my character because he used Inhuman-Nazi science to genetically engineer me. To please mommy and daddy, Friedrich was the good little nazi bastard until he found out his dad was grooming him for the bodysnatch and his mom was okay with it. So he started plotting against his parents backs, experimented with terrigenesis, and awakened his powers too early. He got his wish to prevent Maximus from stealing his mind as his powers made him effectively an Omega-Minus level Blank/Psychic Vampire along with giving him with Precognition/Retrocognition based on human malice. So his precogs was about the worst a person could become and his retrcog visions was about all of the horrible shit they've ever done/regret. So he killed his father in secret, making it seem he had a stroke when it was him Culexusing his telepath dad and before they found out of his trickery, he was warped to the contest of champions. Gameplay wise he wasn't super strong unless he fed on someone's mind but he harrased the hell out of Jean Grey, Emma Frost & her Cuckoos, Psylocke, and Proffesor X. Think Hans Landa mixed with Dr. Weir from Event Horizon as he caused psychic's brain to fry as he drained them of energy and forced them to replay all of their evil moments both past and future as both themselves and their victims. Edgy as fuck but it was fun making Jean "I turn people gay for fun" Grey into a veggie and scaring the phoenix as a blank.
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>>62446666
I played Cowboys and Indians with my younger brother.
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>>62458187
But he goes no further, don't you see? His "method" is a nihilist's wet dream. There is no rhyme nor reason. He says it is, and so it is. And if he says it isn't, he provides proof in the form of saying it isn't what is. And it goes on.

He likes to condescend and tell people that they're morons in a backhanded style and offer to be so kind as to "spell it out," but his extrapolations and probably cool ideas are wasted on him because he doesn't say them in any understandable way.
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>>62458152
Correct as a concepts quotient is infinitely positive as its totally Correct with no Incorrect hindering it.
Incorrect as a concepts Quoutient is infinitely negative meaning its infinitely Incorrect with no Correct hindering it.
The equation is Correct-Incorrect=Correctness Quotient.
So we get +∞ minus -∞ equals +/-∞.
>>62458133
If the result is that the end result is both positively and negatively incorrect than anything being judged via the quotient system is inherently infinitely both Correct and Incorrect and thus functionally Neutral. At this stage you can just suppose your own opinion on the matter. Though that does come with the understanding that your opinion, on its proper/improper ratio, is both correct and incorrect to an infinite degree as are any other opinions thrown in with the lot.
End result: your opinions on what is correct/incorrect and proper/improper are meaningless and might as well not exist for all the use you'll get out of them functionally speaking but the bright side is everyone else is in the same predicament as you.
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>>62458279
>End result: your opinions on what is correct/incorrect and proper/improper are meaningless and might as well not exist for all the use you'll get out of them functionally speaking but the bright side is everyone else is in the same predicament as you.

I called it I FUCKING CALLED IT AND I LOVE YOU. I just had a quarrel-gasm. Thank you so much. You're not even half the turd I called you out to be. Now I can go to sleep.

>>62458187
And you're too good for this argument. You should have left ages ago.
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>>62458279
Positive infinity minus negative infinity doesn't equal anything. Infinity isn't a number, Peano arithmetic operations are undefined on it. Not to mention you haven't explained how you determined that correct is positively infinite, not that it matters.
Your "method", such as you have managed to describe it, in your meandering, addled, possibly brain-damaged way, is incoherent, unusable, and unsalvageable. You will abandon it and search for a better one.
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>>62458216
>Edgy as fuck but it was fun making Jean "I turn people gay for fun" Grey into a veggie and scaring the phoenix as a blank.
Man, did they ever retcon that

Stupidest shit ever. "Let's take the guy who has 50 years of established canon as being a skirt-chaser and make him gay for diversity points IN A COMIC DEDICATED TO PORTRAYING MUTANTS AS OUTCASTS"
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>>62458330
A. Infinity is not a NATURAL number. It is actively recognized in mathematics as a a number however.
B. Let's say the concepts are wholes of eachother as they purely themselves. A whole negative minuses from a whole positive leaves a whole lot of nothing. In which case my assertion that your opinions also equal a whole lot of nothing still stands.
>>62458321
I aim to entertain if not please.
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>>62458398
And please me it did. I got to experience figuring out the central point of someone's argument and making them confess it, thus proving me right or some shit. And that.
That.
Had to be calculated. And if it wasn't, you certainly have the right to say it was.

I don't even know why the other guy is still arguing with you. With that line that made me the happiest I've been all week, the two halves of his battle (the equation of ass - balls = cunts and also their context) have already been fought to their completion. And nobody lost.
Seriously, thank you. I'm not being facetious. That was satisfying.
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>>62458398
Infinity is not a number in the context you have presented: namely, that of addition and subtraction.
You have not shown that concepts are wholes of each other, nor explained what this means.
You have not shown that any concept minus any other concept always equals zero.
You have not defined the subtraction operator for concepts.
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… infinity minus infinity is not meaningful.

Or rather, you can define infinite series that have elements that could be part of an infinite series that goes to infinite or negative infinitity.

(i.e. 1-1/2+1/3-1/4+1/5+ ..)

which if you could separate infinite series terms, could give you 1+1/3+1/5 and -1/2-1/4-1/6 which both of which go to infinity if you sum them.

Naturally, you can't do this IRL
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She was an alu-fiend rogue whose succubus mom had raped a wizard dude who had cursed them both.
I was aware at the time that Mary-Sue were a thing and were bad, so she wasn't actually very badass, she failed at things a lot.
Sadly I wasn't aware that piling misery and edge upon a character was also a part of the problem.
Then I got tired of her and replaced her by her half-brother (also a half-demon, thus) who was a civilian who just wanted to raise chicken. The other players actually loved this one, and so I realized you didn't actually have to stack as much drama as you could upon a character to make them interesting.
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>>62451563
Anon, there are elements of a story worth putting to paper in thete. I believe in you. Make it happen, aided by the wisdom and experience of adulthood.
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If all of this is meaningless, why did you claim that one is correct and the other is incorrect?
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>>62458344
No infact they doubled down and made both Icemen both young and old gay, gave young Bobby a gay inhuman lover named Romeo with mind control pheromones who jokes (though with his depraved homosexual ass it's probably the truth) that he uses his pheromones to mind control people into doing butt stuff with him for shits and giggles along with honeypotting/stealing from them. This was during the IvX era where the Inhuman gas killed and sterilized mutants which had mutants and Inhumans at each others throats so this was basic bitch spy 101. Bobby took the bait and when everything was done, Romeo dumped him like a used condom and ghosted him as his job was done.
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>>62436000
Me too anon. I eventually want to make a rules set for it and models because I have factions for it and everything. Tldr humanity expanded into the stars under a transhuman technocracy that controlled all facets of society. Then one day an average dude who was made of humility and humanity in an inhuman world noticed how fucked up things were and how mankind was so disconnected from it's inner spirituality that even with all the technology people were miserable. So he started a religious revival of Christianity and all the other major religions followed suit and humanity rebelled against the corrupt transhuman lords and forced them off the planet. They then went out and expanded throughout the stars to reconnect the scattered worlds of humanity and hunt down the remaining transhumans. And eventually would encounter an unknowable alien empire that had been formed by Satan intervening in prehistory to unite three races to be a state capable of destroying humanity. And then there were three great wars but that's enough information for now.
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>>62456076
That is legit a cool backstory tho, edge aside
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>>62453786
Why is it when I had no interest in this game you couldn't walk ten feet without stumbling over free pdfs for it, but now that I want to check it out I can't find any?
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It's basically a mixtape of everything I like about FF8, street sharks, terminator, digimon and extreme dinosaurs.

Some guy wearing brothers(FF8) armor, can transform into a dino-shark, and has a lever action shotgun from terminator 2, and has a cactus golem(togemon + jumbo cactuar) as a companion.
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>>62426526
>Blonde
>Aryan like
>All family are either SCOURGED.com or undead
Nieleas, human paladin that was basically friendly but inclined towards Garithos' thoughts. Used in a campaign that wasn't too dissimiliar to the exodus custom WC3 campaign where remnants of Lordaeron's army are holding out. Officer that leads troops along with other party members etc.
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>>62426526
Oh, lord. My first D&D character. I was a fucking retard in middle school. The whole party was middle school retards, so we had no checks on stupid ideas. I thought half elves were cool. I made a half-elf. I played a Sorceror but wore half-plate and literally never cast a single spell. I used a dire flail. And a repeating crossbow. Thanks for making me remember.
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>larp in town
>write up a young noble who's family was killed by the masters of another realm
>cringy backstory about him getting his family bow back
>even cringier dialogue
>finally dial him back to a youngest son of a merchant who decided to pick up a bow
>actual character development begins

>two years later
>high school kid brings same backstory to play
>its even worse
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>>62426526
First character ever was for an Spanish system that didn't admit healing. So I decided to make a vampire and make an skill to succ blood.
It was not my cringest since it was more of a violent feeding than anything else, and the anti-gary-stu was ten times more cringy, but still I had to take time from sessions to make sure that nobody in the cities could see what I was (which was hard as fuck because I had no points in disguise and little in stealth).

In retrospective not even his build would make sense, he had a damaging zweihander but it would have made more sense for him to brawl with some claw weapon and feed each round as he fed most rounds anyway.

Died around session 13, passing the divine artifact to the paladin. We had no other moves but still his death was retarded.
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>>62459214
That's some cool shit. You should use it for a backstory to a campaign at the VERY least.
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>>62458743
Most of the problem is that those 600 pages covered only 5% of the plot. Even skimming over most of it Id need to write another 1000 pages at least to the things together.
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>>62459214
It's not as retarded as it sounds. Actually do you think a brainstorming/lore explanation thread would be successful on /tg/? I'd be down to create some OC for once.
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>>62461243
Thank you anon. It's a hodgepodge of different influences tied to some of my own ideas. Might post some more lore and faction docs and make a thread here on /tg/ to develop things more.
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>>62426526
>Watch The Day After Tomorrow
>Watch Avatar: The Last Airbender
>Wait a minute, what if there was Avatar but real life????
>Churn out the idea of a modern day world where a global warming is real and there are many natural, weather based phenomena happening all over the world
>Some teen is caught in a super geostorm and ends up gaining magic powers to control the elements
>Has to travel the world to harness and stop natural disasters from destroying the world

Other than that, I'm not sure I actually had any cringy OCs other than my Gaia character who had red, spiky hair, shades, a trenchcoat, and carried a sledgehammer as his weapon of choice.

>>62446666
I remember going out to this small park and fuck around kind of like that. I would pick up sticks and pretend they were weapons. One I remember was this big splintered piece of a branch shaped like a Y that I would carry like an axe (More of a pickaxe) and would chop it at trees or other sticks. I would also use long sticks like a greatsword or big katana and swing those around as well. I had more or less collected some of them and thought "If I just put them right where i found them no one else will think to move them since it's just a normal stick" Little did I know that was wrong. I'd come back and those sticks were gone, lost to the aether forever.
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>>62446545
it didn't go very farther then that I'm afraid but if people like it I might put it in my setting. I still think giant weapons are cool as fuck
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The first character I ever played wasn't really that cringy. It would probably be a perfectly fine idea if expanded upon now that I'm an adult. I was basically playing an old breton warrior in the Elder Scrolls setting that dual-wielded longswords, wore full plate, and had a cape. He rode around in a wagon with his adopted Nord son doing good deeds. The problem arose from me being a goodhearted but dumb 12 year old with no idea how any of that worked. At one point I said a khajiit stole my armor and another person responded with a really funny but in-character post that amounted up to "they found it very strange that a khajiit could wear some random guy's plate armor, considering any plate a khajiit wore would have to be specially made for their anatomy"

The real cringe came when I, at age 15, made a One Piece OC that ate the Ryu Ryu no Mi that was also 15. He was this strange mixture of the Lone Wanderer from Fallout 3's motivation, Niko Bellic's backstory/accent, and a fighting style I thought was cool (dual wielding a katana and revolver). I played him as incredibly mean-spirited and edgy and he's the one character I genuinely cringe about when I think about them. He had a stock anime picture from photobucket that didn't fit him at all and everything. I feel like I'm flagellating myself in public for revealing this, but his name was Musashi Kuros.
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>>62455447
they're just preferential art styles, both get sexualized, both get non sexual parts in games and media, stop trying to categorize shit like there's a difference because they're both drawn by self identified furry artists.

like what you like and don't be a faggot about it.
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>>62426526
oh god where to even begin
>My first rpg character was a katana wielding half-dragon sorcerer named Feng which I pronounced wrong.
and it took me a long time to learn my lesson, too. later characters included:
>a random idiot barbarian who entered every building by breaking a window--another upon exiting. (I eventually started paying for every one at GM's behest.)
>a full-plated fighter who never takes his armor off or speaks (this was a dnd 3.5 guy and also abused leadership somehow)
>a diplomancer bard who talked too much and never did anything
>a radically pacifist cleric who healed enemies
>and worst of all, an underage witch explicitly wearing only a cloak. The group was very anime in all the worst ways and I think I let it get out of hand by them egging me on somewhat. This is the character that made me stop and look at the sorry state of things.

Honestly, now that I think about it, I have had far more misses than hits.
I guess if you ever wondered what the fuck That Guy was thinking, you could ask me.
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>That OC that you still think about and make stories for even though you don't read or watch the source material at all
I have an SCP OC (several actually) that I still make up stories for when I listen to music and stuff
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>>62426526
Cannibal Sorceress, I'm not proud.
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>>62461389
>sledgehammer
patrician.
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>>a radically pacifist cleric who healed enemies
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An average group of kids find magical crystals that give them elemental superpowers. After one of them gets nuked by an enemy elemental crystal holder, they asspull out of it by having turned into a crystaline being the same color as their crystal. Superpowercreep/arms race quickly follows and most of the crystal holders unlock their crystal warrior forms.

Then some autist finds the shadow crystal which actually holds a demon in it and becomes the bad guy. After some fight of the week adventures, the main character (fire element) fights shadow guy and a reaction from both of their crystals sends them to another dimension, and extracts the demon out of the shadow crystal and makes shadow guy lose his memories. They team up and kill the demon and get back to earth.

cont.
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>>62464622
Then aliens show up. As it turns out, the crystals were alien pseudoscience weapons that fell to earth to keep them out of enemy hands. Thankfully the aliens that dumped the crystals are friendlyish and after the kids show their resolve, they're hired by the aliens to act as peacekeepers on earth and deal with more crystal related bullshit under supervision of some aliens that stay behind. Note: most of humanity doesn't know about the aliens.

More problems later, the kids find atlantis, which is obviously a lost alien outpost, save the world a few times, and fight the next big bad guy, an alien that wants something from earth. After repelling his attacks enough times, they take the fight to him in space. After a massive battle, they're saved by shadow guy, who's made a pact with his crystal demon for more power, and made another deal with their alien supervisor to come help them. Fire guy and shadow guy manage to beat bad guy alien to an inch of his life.
cont
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>>62464655
Bad guy final forms and asspulls himself out of a defeat. Shadow guy tanks a mortal wound for mc and before dying gives mc his shadow crystal. Naturally MC proceeds to use up both his crystals and supernovas then traps the bad guy and himself in a black hole, as they are very clearly the final attacks for fire and shadow.

MC obviously should have died from a combination of losing his crystal forms, the ridiculous amount of energy he just unleash, literally exploding from going supernova, and getting sucked into a black hole. But as it turns out, his fire crystal was also a snowflake crystal. It was the piece of a bigger crystal, the property of an alien dragon god, who after witnesses mc do some real fuckin bullshit with the two crystals, offers mc a deal to become his warrior, his paladin. MC accepts and dragon god teleports him and his friends back to earth.

cont. God, digging through my notes and short fics I wrote when I was twelve makes me want to die.
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>>62464694
It's how individuals learn and experiment with narrative structure. Literally everyone thought about stuff like this, you were just interested enough to write it down.
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>>62464694
Reality's been shifted as part of the deal. MC's friends were never elemental crystal super heroes. They now live their lives normally and have no idea who he is, in exchange for alien dragon god saving their lives. For MC, who was a dweeby kid with few friends, who stopped talking to them after spending all his time being a superhero, he's now completely alone. Shadow guy is just fucking dead, and his crystal is nowhere to be found.

So he becomes a full time hero, bar a cringey romance subplot with the former water elemental crystal holder, he was supposed to ask out after the final battle. But that doesn't lead anywhere, because inevitably it hurts him too much to even talk to her, who's forgotten all their time together as superheroes. And as part of THE RULES, he cant reintroduce her to the hero life. Or explain who she was before reality was shifted. Not like he has any proof.

cont.
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>>62464752
Begin the new storyline where MC is now the paladin for an alien dragon god.

ADG has a job for him, and teleports him across the galaxy to find a human girl (humans are spread across the galaxy, something something humans have been kidnapped/bermuda triangled off earth to start colonies across the galaxy). The human girl is special. All sentient beings/souls/entities occupy a spot in reality, sort of like on a five dimensional microsoft XL sheet. This human girl occupies a really useful spot, and dragon god wants her alive for reasons mortals can't comprehend. After some misadventures on alien planets with MSXL girl, she's become attached to him enough that dragon god effectively has massive influence on her through MC. So he teleports them back to earth when another adventure has finished.

cont.
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>>62464831
MC's been gone for a long time. Two months in space apparently equals two years on earth, and everyone's convinced he's dead. Dragon god has even wiped his secret identity's existence to free him from human relationships, so he can't even go tell his parents. But at this point MC is so fucked that he's not even mad about it. Just glad his parents don't have to worry about him anymore and won't nag him about being out all the time.

Once again enemies show up. But these guys are working for enemies of the dragon god. And they want the girl for the same reasons, because her spot on the universal microsoft XL sheet is exploitable. MC fights them and fights them until girl is tired of seeing him fight and get hurt over her, and gives herself up willingly to end the fighting.

cont. Apologies for dumping this shitty 12 year old non fic. But that's what the thread is for, and I really feel like summarizing all this bullshit.
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>>62464865
Girl is kidnapped by the humans and aliens working for the "bad guys". Dragon god would send MC after her, but realizes he can't do it alone. So he sends MC on a sidequest first.

...Back to the other dimension mentioned in my first post.

So as you can probably guess, MC goes on a quest back to the demon's fortress. The demon is here, and now shadow guy is trapped in the crystal. MC fights demon for the crystal and wins, and reclaims shadow guy's mind/soul. Shadow guy now makes his third pact with the demon, who really saved his >life during that fight in space, and reconstructs himself a crystal warrior body. The demon boots them out of his dimension, and dragon god sends them to space.

They fight their way through enemy forces to reclaim girl. But before they can actually get to girl, the bad guys have managed to do their exploit and basically hack the universal microsoft XL sheet metaphor, and begin the resurrection of a dead alien god.

cont.
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>>62464932
Mc channels the full might of his alien dragon god. Shadow guy's basically bros with his demon now, who gives him all of his power too, because this shit is just too interesting to stop. Girl (used as a host for the dead god), holds it back for them to attack. Once again the supernova and black hole combo happens, and they blow the reviving god to shit and bury the pieces in a black hole.

And the story finally ends. Dragon god's end game (that matters) was to stop the resurrection of a dead rival. Everything was part of THE PLAN to level up a champion to do it. As a bonus, MC survived to do more work for him across the galaxy.

Shadow guy returns to earth and becomes its sole crystal hero with his new life, to make up for the damage he did as a supervillain.

The last "epilogue" I wrote was dragon god resurrecting girl, using a spare MSXL cell, as a priestess of sorts, so her and MC could have a happy ending.

And that's all folks. Thanks for reading my childhood autism.
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>I even made up some specific martial arts he had created that let him kill every single aspect of a person in 7 hits:
>First hit kills the mind
>Second hit kills the body
>Third hit kills the soul
>Fourth hit kills the memories
>Fifth hit kills the space (vanishes it's physical remains forever)
>Sixth hit kills the time (vanishes every trace of history that relates to the dead person)
>Seventh hit kills the possibility of their existance altogether

I love it. Thanks anon I'll use this somehow.
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>>62426526
A Cyber fallen angel Paladin.
Basically a angel that got tossed out of heaven for some reason, and lost most of the left half of her body during the fall. Thus, she had an eye-patch, a mechanical wing that could be used as a bunch of blades, a prosthetic arm that opened up into a cannon and a peg-leg that probably had a weapon of some description hidden inside it.
Following this, she basically decided to go on a crusade against most everything, in (the vain) hopes of winning back her gods favour.
Never played it, but I imagine it would have been an absolute crapfest.
I made this before I had ever heard of 40k, so no SOBs or Penitent crusade influence here.
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>>62426526
Stowaway gangster on a light freighter who sold the party out to space Nazis.

I'm not proud.
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>>62430278
Good effort
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>>62430278
>immortal dragon-god with trenchcoat and katanas
literally Nicol Bolas? okay, his trenchcoat and katanas may be metaphorical, but they are still there
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>>62454110
I've always noticed this too. There's something very distinct about the furry drawing style to a point where I remember I was cruising some artwork, and I found a drawing of a completely normal, average human, but I thought "This looks like a furry drew it". Sure enough, I went into their profile and found mountains of furry drawings.

I wish I could remember what it was. I remember the art was official art for something niche, but that's all I can recall.
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>>62455206
No explanation required. These are base facts and the court is given judicial notice to act as such. Objection overruled. Please stop wasting the court's time.
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My first RPG was WFRP2E, so it shaped a lot of my perceptions of what RPGs should and shouldn't have. My first ever character I made in a campaign where me and a friend would GM every other adventure, but have GMPCs was this guy,
Gustav Freinstreich, a poorly militaman of an Hochland town whose name escapes me. I thought (even now), that he started out alright. However, as I read more and more of the lore of WFRP and the mechanics to back them up, he became an Initiate of Myrmidia and cast a weird holy lightning storm that decimated a horde of Beastmen in a session that I ran. Shortly after, we stopped talking, I think it may have been my fault. Alas
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>and assume good faith on the part of everyone as long as I can.
Fuck off, no you don't. You're a furry who is being autistically upset that someone presented a very common opinion about you in an objective manner and you think you're being "cute and clever" trying to harass other posters into providing a proof you think very well doesn't exist. You're shitting up the thread and way too many posts, including this one, have been spent on you. You have no good faith, you're just a cunt trying to have his way. Yes I'm mad.
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>>62467116
You aren't the judge, I am. Reject and resubmit.
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>>62467228
No, I am assuming good faith. I have no opinions on cartoon characters and their depictions.
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>>62467347
You have no authority, and judges are not allowed to raise objections, therefore you cannot be a judge. Your offer to reject and submit is rejected. Any further objections, and you will be held in contempt of court.
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>>62467373
Incorrect, my authority is absolute and my jurisdiction is infinite. Reject and resubmit.
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>>62467427
Balif. Please arrest this man, and furthermore, please submit him to psychiatric evaluation, as he is expressing delusions of grandeur and things he is God.

Since the plantiff is now under contempt and there is no one to take his place, the court finds the defendant to be correct and furries are improper, incorrect, and should be beaten to death at every turn.

Court is dismissed.
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>>62453900
Huh. So women bottle up sexuality but are openly emotional. Men are raunchier, but let emotions build to the breaking point.
Neat.
>>62454215
Minus the cringey NPC sex that sounds fun as fuck.
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>>62459852
This is JUST stupid enough to work.
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Jesus fuck that was a lot of autism to scroll through.
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>>62467474
Nope, I'm God. Better luck next time. Court remains in session.
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OP here. Since it seems to be the final stretches, I'll cap this off with a small story from my own cringe factory:

>Be 12
>Get D&D books
>Try to create a dungeon
>Don't actually look through the DMing section because I have an older, Basic edition book that tells you not to read it unless you were the DM, and I wasn't the DM
>Write up notes on the adventure
>Adventure is really idiotic narratively
>Princess of a kingdom is kidnapped by literal-who bandits right out of her Castle and king can't be arsed to send guards out after them even though they were like half a mile outside of town in a poorly defended structure
>Most of the encounters don't even make sense even in Basic D&D logic
>Barely any treasures
>"Huge castle structure" barely has 10 rooms in it total because I got bored
>Also misjudged the scale because I'm really bad at measuring things (Still am)
>80% of the notes were written up as conditionals for what happened if a fighter with high charisma was in the party when traveling back to the castle with the princess, which naturally involved her having a percent chance of getting pregnant and aggro'ing the king.
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>>62467776
Of course you are anon. Now, tell me about your mother, and how she made you into the furry you are today?
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>>62467846
losers always lash out :)
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>>62467808
>>80% of the notes were written up as conditionals for what happened if a fighter with high charisma was in the party when traveling back to the castle with the princess, which naturally involved her having a percent chance of getting pregnant and aggro'ing the king.
You were definitely a DM in the making. Most DMs wouldn't even consider the possibility of the rogue in the party getting the princess pregnant mid-rescue. Until THAT guy actually goes and fucking does it.
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>>62465384
Glad my autism was of some use.





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