Autor Thema: Burg Bernstein revisited  (Gelesen 1120 mal)

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Kylearan

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Burg Bernstein revisited
« am: 28. April 2004, 16:12:27 »
 Hi!

Auf http://forum.rpg.net/showthread.php?s=&threadid=116562' target='_blank'>http://forum.rpg.net/showthread.php?s=&threadid=116562 gibt es eine schreiend komische Story Hour über das alte "Burg Bernstein"-Abenteuer, diesmal im Angesicht der 3.0. Ich fand's echt zum Schießen...

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« Antwort #1 am: 02. Mai 2004, 18:09:10 »
 Und ich dachte, du würdest eine SH machen!

Hast im Moment wohl ohnehin andere Sachen mit deiner Zeit vor... :)

Oh... und http://www.enworld.org/forums/showthread.php?t=25093' target='_blank'>hier ist eine Story Hour, die so ziemlich das genialste ist, was ich in dem Metier gelesen habe. Da stirbt es sich wie Fliegen, sarkastische Kommentare, Illustrationen - nur Englisch ist es. Aber gut!

ETA: Mit den "wie die Fliegen" stimmt übrigens! In den ersten drei Posts (habe gerade mal gezählt) sterben 5 (fünf) Spielercharaktere!
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« Antwort #2 am: 02. Mai 2004, 22:15:30 »
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Gravy also admonishes the PCs: "Do not take the back door into the temple". Whatever, little buddy. Hey, thanks for the biscuits and pork chops.
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"Whistlin' Pippin, a very Friendly Hobbit. Much loved and sorely missed. We will all remember fondly his days of hard work painting the Chapel, followed by his evenings of hard work helping out at the inn. In so many ways, Pippin worked to better our little community, exemplifying St. Cuthbert's doctrine of . . . (sermon edited for brevity) . . . and he never stole a thing in his life.

"He may not have been the cleverest of Hobbits, and certainly his decision to enter single combat with two Doppelgangers was less than prudent, but I believe that in his final act, he embodied all that is best about our Faith: A Relentless and Holy Zest to Smite Evil.

"Dear Pippin, we commend your soul to St. Cuthbert (if in fact He takes Hobbits), and swear that your death shall not be in vain!"
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He even describes Laereth's 'pet': A big lizard with wings & a long tail, two little horns . . . all told about 15' long. Ahlana sagely questions the fellow: "Does it ever walk backwards?" No. "Does it ever speak in unrecognizable phrases?" Never. "Does it smell like brimstone? Does it eat treasure?" No, and no. Satisfied, she pronounces to the party that it is definitely not a dragon. Good going, Ahlana.
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(The look on Ahlana's face when she is shot in the back and dropped to one HP before she can even set her glass down! Well, I guess you had to be there.)

Ich sag nur, http://www.enworld.org/forums/showthread.php?t=25093&page=1&pp=20' target='_blank'>lesen!
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