Tim36D, The Wordsmith
Just your average silly motherfucker.
Noir story in a cyberpunk dystopia. Four types of endings: deaths, bad endings, good endings, and one perfect ending. See if you can find them all, it shouldn't be too hard. Endings are tracked using the score variable: zero means death, one means bad, two means good, three means perfect.
Special thanks to:
Tim36D - For listening to me ramble on about the idea, making suggestions, and writing a few pages.
ISentinelPenguinI - For playtesting.
Finally, if you notice any bugs, please PM me and I'll get to work on them as soon as I can (though I do believe they've all been worked out, can never be too sure).
UPDATE 6/20/2018: Replaced the link for the music due to the video being pulled from YouTube.
UPDATE 2/3/2019: Minor edits, original link for music is back up so I changed it back. Added the Anti-Hero tag.
Recent PostsElven THICCNESS on 11/16/2019 11:43:20 PM
You contest me with no weight behind your words
It took me a bit to find specific examples, but I did. And now is the time to go on a mini rant instead of doing something productive. Starting off:
WoW. Due to the ability to have the same character model for a race that is added to for every subrace, elves in this one mostly just take after high-elves. But I mean, have you SEEN Sylvanas Windrunner? Y'know, looking from the top down, seems pretty slender, then you get to the hips and BAM, they're at the child-bearing size.
Legend of Zelda. You cannot TELL ME thaf Hylians aren't just high elves, and the Gerudo aren't just dark elves. Link is literally the most elf-like "human" I can think of. And Zelda usually would fit with the wood elf definition, but in the recent games? I dunno about that one chief. And if you are even PREPARED to argue against the Gerudos being thicc, I'd like to see you try.
Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King. Now, you don't really get to see the majority of the elves in this one, you mostly just hear about them, but the picture actually reminded me of the one elf you DO meet in that game: Raya. And she is thiccer than a bowl of oatmeal as the kids say. Case closed. Goodbye. She doesn't even have a wikipedia page on the Dragon Quest Wiki despite being the only elf appearing in that game. I have more examples but I'm feelinf kinda tired. Rant over.
tl;dr i think I need to sleep or eat or something I dunno
Elven THICCNESS on 11/16/2019 10:39:22 PM
Well, maybe those wood elf hippies that eat plants and live in trees, but as far as I know, dark elves and high elves have a thing about always having big hips (with high elves still keeping the curvy physique, but dark elves being straight-up thicc). Comic books, video games, and DnD have told me so.
And considering the popular vote is that miz is a dark elf pretending to be a high elf with magic and also trying to go on a diet, I think it fits.
Elven THICCNESS on 11/16/2019 10:08:29 PM
I thought that was just an token elven trait
Hatter's Sketchbook on 10/23/2019 6:25:26 PM
Why do you have pics of End's house
Poll: Vault CYS on 10/18/2019 1:59:52 AM
Definitely another great piece of art, MHD.
Poll: Vault CYS on 10/15/2019 10:12:27 PM
Wait then why didn't you just delete this one
I need $2000 on 9/26/2019 11:17:41 PM
GIMP is pretty cool
I need $2000 on 9/24/2019 5:26:17 PM
send mone pls thanks
Wardens, lmao on 9/22/2019 2:33:30 AM
Dang. Also pushed out of the top 20 while I wasn't looking.
(Not that it's a very high bar, anyway)
Time to accept defeat.
D&D Items on 8/27/2019 2:43:02 PM
Just wanted to add that Alchemist Fire practically burns forever, and that Oil evaporates pretty quickly in DnD.
When you douse someone with oil, you have 1 ingame minute to light them on fire before the oil evaporates with nothing left behind somehow. Even then, the attack only does a flat 5 fire damage for one turn. Alternatively, you can cover a 5 foot area with oil and light it, causing it to burn for two turns and do a flat 5 damage per turn to anyone inside, for a max of 10 damage.
Alchemist Fire, when thrown onto an enemy, does 1d4 fire damage per turn. You might think this is worse than oil, but it only costs one action to use because it lights itself, and the fire burns continuously. In 3 turns, if the damage rolled is 4 every time, it will have already passed the possible 10 damage Oil could have made. The target has to make a Dex Save to put out the fire. So if you put this on a creature with low dex (giants, ropers, golems, etc) they could be burning for a long time. And it uses an action every time it wants to put out the fire, so then it's not attacking your party.
I think your tired mind has overlooked the worth of a bottle of napalm.