PotD Fantasy Dungeon Death Battle -- Official Post

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User Info: Sarcasthma

Sarcasthma
1 month ago#31
Babbit55 posted...
Sarcasthma posted...
Babbit55 posted...
What does it take to get added to these things >3

You're too late for this round, boyo.


Boo! I didn't even see a signup or anything

So you know what to look out for next time:

https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/boards/3-poll-of-the-day/76324899
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A pickpocket snatches your watch.

User Info: Babbit55

Babbit55
1 month ago#32
Sarcasthma posted...
Babbit55 posted...
Sarcasthma posted...
Babbit55 posted...
What does it take to get added to these things >3

You're too late for this round, boyo.


Boo! I didn't even see a signup or anything

So you know what to look out for next time:

https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/boards/3-poll-of-the-day/76324899


I shall keep an eye out for it, Shame I can't just come in and take an NPC slot =p
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User Info: I_Abibde

I_Abibde
1 month ago#33
Sign-ups are already set in stone, unfortunately, but I can always provide a cameo. Thank you for your interest.
-- I Abibde / Samuraiter
Laughing at Game FAQs since 2002.

User Info: WhiskeyDisk

WhiskeyDisk
1 month ago#34
I'm not b****ing due to luck of the draw for melon, but his death was very out of character for how I tend to play my rangers and rogues. I'm a chaotic neutral at heart, and the death I gave him was pure evil.

That being said, I *don't* like sharing my thoughts so it is what it is.
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User Info: keyblader1985

keyblader1985
1 month ago#35
I keep forgetting about this topic. I saw it at the beginning and intended to read it when I got a chance, but it slipped my mind until now.
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User Info: I_Abibde

I_Abibde
1 month ago#36
Plenty of updates to go, Key, so no worries there.

WhiskeyDisk posted...
I'm a chaotic neutral at heart, and the death I gave him was pure evil.


My apologies. That is another reason to do the in-between posts, though: To go back and establish possible motives (and leave myself outs as needed).
-- I Abibde / Samuraiter
Laughing at Game FAQs since 2002.

User Info: KogaSteelfang

KogaSteelfang
1 month ago#37
Bump.
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User Info: I_Abibde

I_Abibde
1 month ago#38
(Thank you for the bump, Koga.)

The Night Before (1)

"They're all fools," the bartender said as he dabbed at one of the puddles of ale in front of him, "all of them, and they're all going to die, every last one of 'em." He sighed. "It's a shame. It's a damn shame. So much youth, and it's all going to be wasted down there."

"You say the same thing every year, P.O.," Duke the bouncer said, one hand on the collar of a half-awake Fox as he dragged him towards the front door, "and every year, you just stay back there behind your bar and mumble and do nothing about it. When are you gonna back up those words with deeds? Tonight? Or maybe next year?"

"I'm the one paying you, Duke," P.O. growled, wagging a finger at him, "so don't you think you can call me out at just any old time of the evening. Get back to work, you!"

"Funny thing is," Duke replied, pushing Fox through the door and closing it behind him, "we have pretty much the same conversation every year, too. This is usually where you threaten to fire me and never do. And then you tell me how you fired that Babbit character who used to work here. Every year, it's really just the same old thing."

"You watch your mouth," P.O. said, not paying attention as he lined up a fresh row of tankards, "or I'll fire you, just like I fired that Babbit character who used to work here."

Duke shook his head. "Every year, the same thing. I guess that's what it means to get old when you used to be an adventurer, but have to pay your dues because you're just a washed-up bartender who lost his legs in a dungeon full of Dwarf-made traps." But P.O. was immersed in his duties, no longer listening to him, using his arms to move himself back and forth on the bench he had set up for himself behind the bar.

Melon witnessed the exchange, but said nothing. P.O. had long been one of the legends of Rostik, the only survivor of the expedition into the Tomb of Sliding Stone, resting place of a Dwarf king and all of his treasure ... and so many traps that not a single monster could make a lair there. Mangled, mutilated, barely alive, P.O. still managed to escape with a single gem hidden under his tongue, and that fetched him enough money to build a tavern from the ground up and still be running it two decades later. It was one achievement that all of the adventurers there had to respect.

"You're looking thoughtful," Whiskey said to Melon, nursing his ale, "and that's a dangerous thing when you're a bard. Got a song you want to share? Because I'm not really in the mood for it." Rostik always had too many bards on hand for the Contest, and every single one of them seemed to have a floppy hat waiting for his coin.

"I was just thinking of that wizard I told you about," Melon replied, his eyes half-open, as if looking into the past, "the one who tried scrying his way into the Pit with a crystal ball. It drove him mad, but he at least managed to sketch up a map of the first couple of levels before he lost his wits. Now, I don't know how complete it is, but it's the only real map that exists of the place, and I got it from the place where he hid it. You know the one. The Tower of Folding Space." His face sobered. "Six of us went in. Only three came out, counting myself. The others --" He shook his head. "-- I've never seen a trap like that before, reality folding itself through magic, making a perfect cut all the way through a mortal body." He shivered. "Never want to see that again, I tell you."

(Continued)
-- I Abibde / Samuraiter
Laughing at Game FAQs since 2002.

User Info: I_Abibde

I_Abibde
1 month ago#39
"I believe it," Whiskey said, keeping his smirk to himself. The bard had enough alcohol in him to talk about things he might have kept to himself before -- things that might give him a real advantage in the Contest. Things that could be of use to a certain rogue who had half a mind to take them. "Best be careful, though. Much as a map like that is worth, those lepers hanging about the Ruins are likely to snatch it right off you."

"You're right," Melon mumbled. "I'll ... be careful." A long, ale-laden sigh. "It was just -- one moment, my friend's looking at me, smiling, telling me how he figured out the sliding tile puzzle, only for what looked like the air itself to cut him straight down the middle. He was still smiling when --" Whiskey stopped listening, stopped caring.

The next day, before running Melon through and leaving his body for the lepers, as the two of them walked next to each other through the center of Rostik in the procession of adventurers, Whiskey slipped the scroll case containing the only existing map of any portion of the Pit from his belt, unseen by any of the onlookers, unnoticed by Melon ....
-- I Abibde / Samuraiter
Laughing at Game FAQs since 2002.

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TheCyborgNinja
1 month ago#40
bumpire
"message parlor" ? do you mean the post office ? - SlayerX888
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