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When Players Fail Diplomacy Checks 
26th-Oct-2008 09:24 am
You know, a good way to get a DM to work out problems you have with a character build is to insult him at the game table in front of everybody, whisper in his wife's ear to get her to talk some sense into him, and proclaim that your satisfaction of the DM's effort to resolve your frustration will depend on what the DM produces after shifting gears to satisfy just you rather than write adventure for the group.

I say that with all due sarcasm.
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26th-Oct-2008 01:31 pm (UTC)
Lovely. Is it also a sign that said player should be looking for a new group?
26th-Oct-2008 01:34 pm (UTC)
Rocks fall; everyone dies.

:o.
Dan
26th-Oct-2008 02:29 pm (UTC)
Heh, my wife would have turned to me and said, "Add an extra dragon to that final encounter."

Or I would have turned and fed him to a dragon in another game where I was a player with him and not a DM.

Ya, both true stories. Some folks just can't remember they're guests.
26th-Oct-2008 05:17 pm (UTC)
Wow. Sounds like somebody's gaming style doesn't mesh well with that of the rest of the group. Maybe they should find a new group.
26th-Oct-2008 07:25 pm (UTC) - I'd boot them out.
Honestly, when they get to that stage of irritation, nothing you can do will make them happy.

You can still make the rest of the group unhappy tho, so I'd boot the one player out and continue on without him.
27th-Oct-2008 09:26 pm (UTC)
That sounds like a player I had recently.
I feed him to a group of Spitters(digesters).
He quit after the second time that happened.
29th-Oct-2008 06:40 pm (UTC)
The second time? Nice.
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