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  • It's really cool how nobody actually needs to read and understand an opening post in a thread before they add their two cents. I guess the title is the only thing that's required reading, right fellas?

  • @Rather Dashing said: It's really cool how nobody actually needs to read and understand an opening post in a thread before they add their two cents. I guess the title is the only thing that's required reading, right fellas?

    correct Rather Dashing.

    @Rather Dashing said: Basically, the idea was to post our own role playing characters. But you are welcome to also post NPCs!
    My favourite NPCs are the following

  • @Rather Dashing said: It's really cool how nobody actually needs to read and understand an opening post in a thread before they add their two cents. I guess the title is the only thing that's required reading, right fellas?

    In my opinion, it is fine if people stray a little from the topic, but I really don't understand people who prefer to reply to a post before they read it. And please, tell us why you like the characters, or explain a little about them.

  • The standard one I have is:

    Clint Punchkick
    He's a rogue halfling, mostly that is. He claims to be the very best in "stealth and shit", but all he can ever do is cause death and destruction. In some cases deliberately.

    As a kid, he used to be bullied by all the kids because he wasn't awesome enough, so Clint decided to have his revenge by training to become a rogue so that he could one day sneak into the homes of the bullies, take out a knife and cut several holes in the sacks where their lunch money is stowed so that next time they wouldn't have any money to pay for lunch.

    Yeah, he's fairly incompetent.

  • @Secret Fawful said: Guess.

    Prince Peasley? Cackletta? Popple? Queen Bean? ...I give up.

  • I don't do PnP so I can only post from my online games.

    In Hellgate: London I love my Evoker Selune. Her real name was Sandra but she lost her fiance to the Demons and have discovered her powers, and joined the Cabalist's to kill her enemies and get her revenge.

    In Sacred 2 at the moment I love being the Dragon Mage, he is a Dragon Knight specialised in the Dragon Magic aspect to turn into either a Dragon Frenzy to deal with bosses or tougher enemies or Dragon Form to spray fire on groups of monsters.
    And when non of those is available, calling dragons to rain fiery death on the battle field, or burn monsters in his path.

    (I find this an appropriate place to get my 500'th post, as I love RPG :D)

  • I wish I could contribute to this thread. I've been interested in trying out tabletop RPGs for a while now, but I've never had anybody willing to do it with me. As for the secondary topic...I can't really decide my favorites off the top of my head.

  • @GuruGuru214 said: I wish I could contribute to this thread. I've been interested in trying out tabletop RPGs for a while now, but I've never had anybody willing to do it with me.

    I have that problem not so much with D&D but with Call of Cthuhlu. I've wanted to give it a try for ages, but no one I know has the books or even wants to give it a try.

  • that yoshi baby in paper mario 2

    I loved how right when he was born, he can take down 2 INVINCIBLE bad guys, and his attitude, plus he can make you go faster if you let him carry you(is that considered child abusement?)

  • @Jen Kollic said:

    If it's the latter then Minsc from the Baldur's Gate series, because he is AWESOME. What could be better than a berserker ranger whose animal companion is a miniature giant space hamster? Special mentions also go to Jan Jansen the eccentric gnome, Xan the depressed Elven wizard, Xzar the insane evil wizard and Montaron the evil halfling. (who's voiced by Earl Boen!)

    Agree with all of these, especially Minsc (and Boo, you can't forget Boo when mentioning Minsc!), plus Imoen, felt she was good too. And Irenicus as a great villain. Oh and plus:

    @Jen Kollic said: Morte.
    morte.jpg

    It's a talking skull that follows you wherever you go.

    A comic relief character with hidden depths. But then all the NPC companions in PS:T were awesome.

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