|Mr. Purple Cat Esq. |
A true case of verbal diarrhea
Rules for Heat
Points for Soaking Damage during Soak Rolls (criticals can let you no-sell an attack)
Points for Hidden Arsenals (spend a point to bring in a weapon out of nowhere)
Bluff Checks to distract the Referee
This was pretty good, but the video he mentions "Wrestling Isn't Wrestling" is amazing.
Friend of a friend of this guy. If I'm thinking straight, I offended him by suggesting half the World of Darkness books are purely irrelevant because playing a human with a touch of supernatural could easily be achieved with merits and weaknesses, not requiring templates of their own.
It depends on if you wanted to play a Kinfolk instead of an imbued Hunter.
He seems like the kind of guy who's normally pretty nice, but would get offended and hold grudges over stuff like that.
Did you ever game with him, cog?
Professional wrestling is basically a really loud RPG already.
Like that time Bill Calloway was rolling up a new character and he was like "I wanna be a undead," and Vince the DM was all "You can't be undead, Bill," and Bill was like "Fuck you, my character's a zombie biker cowboy or something and he's called the Undertaker. Also I want to roll a chubby weirdo sidekick." And Vince was all "NO, it has to seem REAL, this is my house and these are my mom's snacks!" But Bill just grabbed the rule book (3rd edition) and keep finding loopholes until Vince HAD to let him be undead. It was great.
Jim Duggan was at that session too. Every single time it was his turn he said, "I WAVE AN AMERICAN FLAG!" Somehow he ended up surviving every battle.
Who fucking talks like this?
If you're amused by his voice, he does a dramatic reading of "Fifty Shades of Grey".
I encounter people who speak like this (after accounting for differences in accent and cadence and stuff because of location) but I work on the campus of an ivy league university a lot of the week and they like to feel special.
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