|Rodents of Unusual Size - 2010-04-05 |
Oh, hell yeah. You rock, ocean!
|memedumpster - 2010-04-05 |
Sea Pig was master of its domain until the Land Rapists released the Shoggoths from the bowels of the earth.
|Johnny Madhouse - 2010-04-05 |
What does it eat, detritus? How does it defend itself? So interesting!
That doesn't make sense, I thought if you were lawful then you were lawful. Good if the laws benefit others, evil if the laws benefit only you but always sticking to the rules.
Not that it matters anymore anyway since 4e messed around with alignments. He would definately be lawful good in the new rules.
Please report to nerd quarantine in topic below VVVVV
|cognitivedissonance - 2010-04-05 |
Good God, IT'S A FLUMPH!
Let us praise St. Cuthbert that Flumphs are Lawful Good, but prepare some defensive spells anyway.
Ain't he lawful neutral?
I am going to have to ask you all to leave.
|Cube - 2010-04-05 |
Damn, they have everything in the sea! Seahorses, seacows, sea pigs...
That's it, I'm moving there.
I'm going to start my own seafarm.
|stage - 2010-04-05 |
|Desidiosus - 2010-04-05 |
I assume sea pigs are no more kosher than their land cousins. :(
|Squeamish - 2010-04-05 |
Who's a cute little deep-sea abomination? Who's a cute little deep-sea abomination? YOU ARE! YES, YOU ARE!
|Syd Midnight - 2010-04-05 |
Lots of things are cute at 1 cm long that would not be cute at 1 km long
From a Google link: "Scientists do not know how sea pigs reproduce."
|chumbucket - 2010-04-05 |
just add some thick fog and scary music and this instantly becomes a Stephen King horror film
|Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2010-04-05 |
Dude, I can see your uhhh internal organs, I think.
I think it ate a bannana
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