Well, I would have to say that the best part was the fact that everyone in the morning orcz game started to talk in "orc speak" even when they weren't in character. For example, I remember more than one occurance of "Anything in hallway?"Quasqueton said:What was the funniest situation or role-played line in a Game Day game?
I would have to agree with Lola that the encounter with the initially invisible gel cube is always a...unique ...experience.What was the most unique situation?
None, really. But I would like to say that dinner the night before and the night of were great fun. We should definitely do that again.What other occurances from a game do you want to point out to the masses at ENWorld?
Very, very few, unfortunately. However, this one did come across the ether:What lines or description did you overhear at a game you weren't playing in?
I'd like to congratulate Rel on his at-table singing. Three songs in one game? That's braveryFor this last one, there was a "chanting poop hole" in Rel's Orc game. Sounded like a cross between South Park and H.P. Lovecraft.
What other occurances from a game do you want to point out to the masses at ENWorld?
Rel said:At that point, I fetched a pie out of the picnic basket I'd brought and placed it on the gaming table to be enjoyed by the group as a reward for an adventure well played.
Plus, I'm just dying to hear the Monte Cook commentary. Anybody know where I can find it?
Henry said:I knew there was something I forgot to mention. That was indeed one of the more genius moments I've ever seen in a game.
Quasqueton said:I have no idea what a baernaloth is.
Lola said:To echo some of the other people's sentiments, the pre- and post-game dinners rocked.
Nothing like discussing stupid people playing with chemicals and weasel-ass coffee. And the answer to the unasked question is... you can fit 9 whole gamers in a corner booth!
Originally posted by Rel
Well, Henry, I don't know about "genius" since I had a hard time getting everyone to eat the pies. I'd like to think it was because folks had filled up on bagels and lunch. But maybe they figured that anybody who would put headless orc-zombies and disembodied giant orc heads with feet in their adventures, wasn't above giving the players a poisoned pie as the grand finale.
Originally posted by Clueless
*grins* Want me to see if I can find any weasel-ass coffee for next time?
Lola said:If it makes you feel better, I had the feeling that that pie had been hanging around in a grocery store for a while (as you probably wouldn't have pies sitting around in your house) and that the first ingredient might just be a preservative. Of course, I ate Fruit Loops for lunch, so that's an extremely lame excuse. Ummmm.... I was saving room for dinner?
Rel said:So when the dust settled on the final battle of the adventure and they discovered the BBEG's treasure chest, inside was a pie. At that point, I fetched a pie out of the picnic basket I'd brought and placed it on the gaming table to be enjoyed by the group as a reward for an adventure well played.