Puffin's RPG Collection
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D&D Story: Desert Rumble
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Babbleplay
Babbleplay 50 minutes ago
You aren't chaotic evil; you are all just really, really stupid.
QualityPen
QualityPen Hour ago
Me: “Why does this look like the Macarena? What, do they have to do some dance in front of the door? No... That would be too ridiculous.” Ben, 10 mins later: “It’s the Macarena!”
TheAp397
TheAp397 Hour ago
your art is ugly as FUCK
darkmage07070777
darkmage07070777 Hour ago
Call of Cthulu: Perfect for one-shots, terrible for campaigns.
Bengamer925 !
Bengamer925 ! 2 hours ago
Me: see’s video cover Also me: Charybdis
MaxWriter
MaxWriter 2 hours ago
The Circle of Eight were from Greyhawk. Sounds like they messed up Mordenkainen, mixing him up with Myrlund
Miles Caver
Miles Caver 3 hours ago
that dm was a MORORN
O Kanenas
O Kanenas 3 hours ago
Baby harp seals, repelling all evil for what seemed like forever. And then the Canadians attacked.
Bengamer925 !
Bengamer925 ! 4 hours ago
10:02 thats what i was thinking
Michael graves
Michael graves 4 hours ago
I'm trying to do that lol 😂 playing a character with stats that don't match the role I was put in
alexiapup
alexiapup 4 hours ago
"They just grabbed him, and that was it" sounds about like a caster encounter early on in Rise of the Runelords. just tackling and tying em up is surprisingly effective XD
Zabbkorn
Zabbkorn 5 hours ago
the dragon acutally looks pretty good
vanyadolly
vanyadolly 6 hours ago
He took his copper penny!!! 😭😭😭
Charles Schmidt
Charles Schmidt 6 hours ago
Didn't get into dnd until 5e, but played a couple 3.5 games with a dm that didn't like me (long story). So this fascinating to see this edition, that I always heard was so bad, be played. Don't know if it deserved all the flak it got. The abilities seem like they could be fun to use. But they seem like they are the reason everything grinds to a halt, like Ben mentions in his 4e video. So I feel very torn, I'd love to see more videos for scientific curiosity, but not sure I could watch them. Great video all around though.
vanyadolly
vanyadolly 6 hours ago
Holy crap. We need something more cheerful next time. Like a Call of Cthulhu campaign.
Amnesia Gamez
Amnesia Gamez 6 hours ago
I made a dnd character that was inspired by this video, where my character was a gambler with some homebrew rules where i draw a card from a deck and it would cast a spell. It was pretty fun
Tripp E Lewis
Tripp E Lewis 6 hours ago
puffin that is the name of my fathers boat!
darkmage07070777
darkmage07070777 7 hours ago
This sounds like a dark Mirror Universe version of the system of my favorite game, Burning Wheel. Basically, take Lifepaths as before and remove the whole "roll to see if you get it" part. You get the flavor of auto-generated backstory, but it's player-driven. So players now have a fun challenge of figuring out how to getting the skills and abilities they want, and usually end up discovering more awesome stuff along the way (had a character who wanted to use magic, wound up with a child who she accidentally turned into a frog, now acting as her familiar). Love it to death.
darkmage07070777
darkmage07070777 8 hours ago
YES! I did the pee bucket thing to a cleric in a Pathfinder 1 campaign! We were in the middle of a dessert and were running out of water, with no oasis in sight. Suddenly had an idea, pulled out our cooking pot, grabbed the cleric, and had them purify everyone's urine for a renewable clean water supply. DM later said that he'd been tempted to stick to the straight rules - only removes poison and disease, not taste or smell - but he was laughing so hard from my RPing convincing the cleric to do it that he let us just have it.
Fay Anne Aura Arts
Fay Anne Aura Arts 10 hours ago
That feel when Hell is less evil than corporate America.
QualityPen
QualityPen 10 hours ago
Three minutes in and I’ve laughed more than I had all week.
QualityPen
QualityPen 10 hours ago
“Dragonborn, can you help me recover my statue from some Forsworn?” “Sure. One second.” *Puts a new entry into his encyclopedia of quests.* “I should get it back to you by some time about two years from now.” No matter what RPG you play, the long list of quest backlogs stays the same.
detondrag
detondrag 12 hours ago
i would absolutly take a ph signed by you
Daealis
Daealis 13 hours ago
I've played D&D a grand total of about eight months, which in that group translated to about 10 sessions. After the first two sessions, we had to get rid of one guy, who was the neckbeardiest neckbeard to ever neckbeard and m'lady their way out of a basement. He was creeping on the two women, who were both there playing, WITH THEIR BOYFRIENDS. After that was ironed out, we did get into a lot of great shenanigans. It was awkward, we derailed things more than we kept things on rails, but the DM reveled in that and the world was a homebrew through and through, and while he had a bigger plot running in the background, we never really got that far to actually start figuring out the Big Bad Guy. He needed to adjust some encounters, seeing how we lit the first big boss character on fire from a distance (vulnerable to that) and one-shotted the fucker with two palading doing a BanHammering, charmed the second bad guy to essentially broker a peace to stop a siege from happening, and our thiefling even managed to SEDUCE A KRAKEN because of a one-off christmas story where he gave a bunch of seemingly pointless loot of questionable uses (like a ring that could charm sealife with no limitations) that he then promptly forgot. And as my examples may indicate, the only things that I do remember about that whole storyline are the bits where we went off the rails, hard. Like that one Dwarven iron golem guarding a foundry that we lured into a puddle of molten metal (because we caused a bit of damage to the foundry), then ran away for the night, waited for the metal to cool down and then fought the now solidified puddle-bound upper half of a golem, that had only one arm! The correct way apparently was to run past him and find a power word to shut him down, but pfft, we were given an obstacle and he described the environment with splashes of molten metal and all, we took advantage.
The Emo Emu
The Emo Emu 14 hours ago
Great way to make new players run away.
kompletny idiota
kompletny idiota 15 hours ago
0:03 why did you draw scp-682? (when it's not a dnd creature)
Michael Dziengel
Michael Dziengel 18 hours ago
Gouda is five times better than the other characters. I forget their names.
Cameron Miller
Cameron Miller 18 hours ago
So, the fiends of hell are forcing me to watch terrible orientation videos? There's evil and then there's EVIL!
darkmage07070777
darkmage07070777 19 hours ago
Ah, yes, the Railroaded character creation. I've born witness to this nightmare in one of my former groups. That poor newbie didn't come back, and I don't blame them. Wouldn't blame them if they thought the game sucked, too. And I swore that night that I would NEVER allow that to happen again (I swear I tried, but it wasn't enough). Oh, and that wasn't the last - or even *worst* - of that group, either. Let's just say that if this is your worst horror story, I gotcha beat.
TheAceOverKings
TheAceOverKings 19 hours ago
"Edgy-cational Video", riiight.
Curtis Morgan
Curtis Morgan 20 hours ago
AWWWWW THANKS!!! lol great
Changer
Changer 20 hours ago
Uncle: Someone needs to finish the ritual to banish the creature. And by someone, I mean you. Also Uncle: I am going to severely reduce your chances of success by waiting until I die and the seal is broken before telling you about this so that the creature could potentially kill you before you even have a chance to start.
ericb31
ericb31 21 hour ago
oh, i just remembered a line in "the last hero" by Terry Pratchett: "the Bard's still in shock. i guess he wasn't expecting flames to unexpectedly shoot out of the floor like that."
Derpy Shark
Derpy Shark 21 hour ago
The eyes The eyes 😖
LOGAN REILLY
LOGAN REILLY 21 hour ago
Were those don't starve noises made by the bugs
Anime Weeb32
Anime Weeb32 22 hours ago
Schrodinger‘s dynamite
Richard Scanlon
Richard Scanlon 22 hours ago
If she had kept it as a cat for an hour it becomes permanent
Seth Louis
Seth Louis 22 hours ago
Even bad DnD modules get my creative juices flowing with all the possibilities
Gabe Robison
Gabe Robison 23 hours ago
Why didn’t you just murder the instigators and save the burgermeister? They would have been easy prey
rustopholis
rustopholis Day ago
this video scared me, mostly for the corporate implications and not so much for the satanic kind. Excellent vid!
pmd2
pmd2 Day ago
Have you tried NeosVR (doesn't require purchase, nor VR, just a PC). There's a small team making really amazing stuff there usshow.info/watch/gB37OOKaqso/video.html
Belzerelli
Belzerelli Day ago
I just LOVE how Corporate cares for our individual lives. I feel that they really understand what it's like working on the floor. day in a day out we work directly with time-Challenge peoples. It can be really difficult to work with screamers, but having work benefits like the 401K equalization investment among all the others, working here really makes me feel all tingly inside.
Markosz
Markosz Day ago
That was AMAZING. The whole series and post game wrap up conversations were phenomenal. I really really wish there would be more series like this in the future.
Alex Dupuis
Alex Dupuis Day ago
Lol, that's basically every big corporate HR :p
Lyze
Lyze Day ago
Perfect voice for Volo, can not be unheard.
101vaporeon
101vaporeon Day ago
I’ve always said that the first time I played D&D I would play a half-elf ranger. So of course when I finally get the opportunity, the DM cancels the session after 20 minutes and then ghosts us. Thankfully I just found another group and will start soon.
José Manuel Muñiz Herrera
José Manuel Muñiz Herrera Day ago
Watched this many times. Its a fun video. This time, though, it also served to give me an idea of a version of the item. Picture this: You get a small bag which holds a set of runes, engraved in small stones of many sides. Once per day you can reach into the bag, grab the runes while you recite an incantation to activate them, then you throw them in the air. Each rune on each side of each stone has a meaning. One rune tells of a person. You, your beloved, your sworn enemy, your best friend, your allies, etc. You can make up more One rune tells of a place. Right here, at home, at your deathbed, at the next town, etc. You can make up more. One tells of a time. Now, next week, next year, or even a month ago, a year ago, when you were born, when you die, etc. You can make up more. Finally, one tells of an effect. Anything you want. Glory is found, riches come your way, death appears, an injury is had, an item is broken, a loyalty is tested, etc. You can make up more. So, you grab the runes, recite the incantation, and toss them in the air. Roll four dice and consult the table for the runes and effects, and you can construct a sentence. A statement, such as "You will face death today in the next town.", or "Your sworn enemy has found a powerful relic last month at the site of your death.", or "Your allies will recive riches right now, at the court of the king". Stuff like that. Once the runes tell your tale, it is fixed in reality. It either HAS occured, IS occuring, or WILL occur. Then the runes fade and they reappear in the bag once it recharges.
Artie Rupinen
Artie Rupinen Day ago
Also Lovecraft was super fucking racist.
culixstar
culixstar Day ago
did puffin ever tell the story on how they got the name turtle fuckers? if so i totally missed it.
Dao Elda
Dao Elda Day ago
6:03 Yes. As if that ain't one of the biggest deceptions in this contract. It doesn't say you are free if you find a replacement, it clearly states 'If the contractually bound employee can find a contractually bound replacement for his station, he will not have to fulfill his positions duty any longer' Translated this doesn't release you from your contract. As if anyone who reads those 666000 pages would fall for that
Connor Reeves
Connor Reeves Day ago
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QualityPen
QualityPen Day ago
California is indeed a cesspool of crime. Nowadays it’s legal to shit in public in San Francisco, because apparently the mayor got tired of prosecuting homeless people for shitting in the streets. Savage Rage, we need you!!!
QualityPen
QualityPen Day ago
Home owner kept remodeling to escape evil spirit? Well, this is a rip-off of the Winchester Mystery House if I’ve ever seen one.
Michael R
Michael R Day ago
Loved listening to this and the DM one. I hope to see more full campaigns like this on your youtube.
Exnomer
Exnomer Day ago
The Hilarious Devil's "PC-Language" in this video is the kind of things that makes George Carlin turn in his grave. At least he's Negative-Body-Stated-Gained so he doesn't have to suffer through it, lmfao.
Shalucard
Shalucard Day ago
So I played call of cthulhu and I died right at the start! I didn't even make it across the fucking street!
Sol iloquy
Sol iloquy Day ago
Yes, but they also shouldnt be forcing you to play a character you dont want to play any more. As you can see it forces you to act in ways you normally wouldnt.
iconocast
iconocast Day ago
this issue is why u use pulp cuthulu isnt it
Just Some Jersey Devil With Internet Access
Just Some Jersey Devil With Internet Access Day ago
I'm imagining an ealy quest requiring the transport of some large turtles. And someone saw something. And got the wrong idea...
Just Some Jersey Devil With Internet Access
Just Some Jersey Devil With Internet Access Day ago
...So 24 mages Can eternally torture a Kraken. Good to know. Anybody need a Krqken interrogated?
crackerzNcheez
crackerzNcheez Day ago
0/10 because it's a pyramid scheme
ericb31
ericb31 Day ago
"give him the old stabby stab"...reminds me of a very silly video game "lucky tower", where your character will say random things, and one thing he might say is: "slashy slashy."
Joe Hunter
Joe Hunter Day ago
The intro/end music sound like a Walmart training video.
Eskew Roberts
Eskew Roberts 2 days ago
bUt wE thOuGht yOu dIEd
Reletro productions
Reletro productions 2 days ago
Welp, that was painful to hear.
Supadubya
Supadubya 2 days ago
Is this a new D&D class?
QualityPen
QualityPen 2 days ago
2019: We have fires. Lots of fires. 2020: Hold my beer!
Camon Allen
Camon Allen 2 days ago
Is there a module for this Oneshot or a PDF?
Shawn Daniels
Shawn Daniels 2 days ago
IS THERE NOT A PART 2 TO THIS WTF
F Huber
F Huber 2 days ago
Please do the Celestial and Fey pacts also.
josh france
josh france 2 days ago
Does this take place at the same time and place as dingo doodles fools gold campaign?
Matt
Matt 2 days ago
The moral of this story is not just wrong, but a potentially harmful mentality. Players sometimes have to make concessions in their play for the good of the group, but at the end of the day you are also a player who deserves to have fun. There's a huge difference between reining in your murderhobo tendencies and playing a character you don't want to play any more. The DM might not be able to facilitate the switch immediately, but if you give them a heads-up that you want to switch characters, it really shouldn't take more than a few sessions for the DM to come up with a way to write the old char out and introduce your new one.
scotty jennings
scotty jennings 2 days ago
At least it's not Austin. Where there famous for there aids epidemic.
Osten Conville
Osten Conville 2 days ago
9 other companions... draws 10 other companions
Twist Xtra
Twist Xtra 2 days ago
What program is this???
Eskew Roberts
Eskew Roberts 2 days ago
Dick Tracy! WORLD'S GREATEST DETECTIVE!!!
Laser Penguin
Laser Penguin 2 days ago
Cool story. But we all know new two would DESTROY that girl the moment he got out of that ball. Or would just break out like he did with the ultra ball in one of the anime episodes.
Paulo F. A. Ferrari
Paulo F. A. Ferrari 2 days ago
What makes the least sense is that they freed de demon? Why does it attack them? It should offer some help.
Michael Boyer
Michael Boyer 2 days ago
OMG! Lmfao!
Charles Stebbins
Charles Stebbins 2 days ago
I like using tiles instead of minis as phys-reps. Why, because you can draw on a clear varnished, white tile. You can technically draw on a mini, but you'll ruin them. A funny story about that. My friend was running a game at his house while also keeping an eye on his 3 year old son. Being a typical 3 year old, the son wanted to play with the grown ups. Which basically meant putting the minis back on the mat each time that dady took one off. Now, the group was supposed to be fighting a group of 5 vanilla goblins. But nearly every single time that we killed a goblin, & daddy took it off the mat, daddy's 3 year old son would pick up the goblin mini & put it right back on the mat. This happened so many times that daddy started loosing track of how many goblins that we fought. Being a group of dirty power gamers, us players actually encouraged this behaviour from the 3 year old. Of course we demanded XP for all 11 of the goblins that we killed that day. Man we got so much XP. Anyway, that's why I prefer using tiles to minis as phys-reps.