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  • #563907
    Thing
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    mchvlichldprdgy wrote:
    They were remarkably stupid for blink dogs. Then again, I guess human average intelligence isn’t saying much.

    True enough, and the average hairless ape IQ.

    I didn’t think to doggies where stupid, but they where a little unhinged from the room they where locked in and all that.

    #563908
    riddles
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    Hang on a minute, you only need to look at the quality of posts on this forum to see how intelligent people ar….

    … OK, point taken. The blink dogs didn’t stand a chance, did they?

    #563909
    Salubrai
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    What frightens me about this is the fact that most D&D players tend to be people of above-average intelligence, with below average ambition and self-confidence.

    Picture of the typical nerd. 🙂 Yay.

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    Thing
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    Shathis wrote:
    What frightens me about this is the fact that most D&D players tend to be people of above-average intelligence, with below average ambition and self-confidence.

    Picture of the typical nerd. 🙂 Yay.

    Hey, I resemble that comment. At least my boss is greatful I have below average ambition and am willing to work cheap (relatively).

    #563911
    Salubrai
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    Fear the nerd with ambition, for he will become… well… Bill Gates.

    My point is that it is terribly interesting how intelligence and lack of ambition seem to go together. And when they don’t, well… watch out.

    #563912
    Thing
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    Shathis wrote:
    Fear the nerd with ambition, for he will become… well… Bill Gates.

    My point is that it is terribly interesting how intelligence and lack of ambition seem to go together. And when they don’t, well… watch out.

    Yeah, lack of ambition might be a safety factor.

    In the imortal words of Avon.

    If imagination were my only limit, I’d be dead in a week.

    #563913
    riddles
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    I roleplay too much to have an ambition…

    #563914
    Thing
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    riddles wrote:
    I roleplay too much to have an ambition…

    But, can you roleplay an ambition? be the character!

    #563915
    riddles
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    Thing wrote:

    But, can you roleplay an ambition? be the character!

    Actually, that IS how I approach job interviews… 😳

    #563916
    Thing
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    riddles wrote:

    Actually, that IS how I approach job interviews… 😳

    You are not alone.

    #563917
    Scoliosisman
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    Well, I came into this conversation late, but I have a great story about TPKs.

    In our party was a halfling rogue/wizard (me), a dwarf wizard and a gnome wizard. The dwarf was grumpy and the other wizard and I were tricksters. The gnome had a mini-pie-launching-catapault.

    Anyway. We’re making camp and the Dwarf was a day behind us, so he comes riding into camp on his spectral mount, andto be funny, I dispel it.

    The gnome laughs, and the Dwarf gets all mad. So a big mage battle breaks out between me and the Dwarf and we end up killing the gnome with area effects (by accident). So, in the end, we’re both at around 4 hp, and decide we should call a truce so we can have the gnome resurrected. We’re gathering up his stuff, and I notice writing on his catapult. “What’s this?” I say. The DM says: “Explosive runes”.

    TPK

    The moral is: 3 wizards is never a well-rounded party 😉

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