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It's going to infect us all! in Laser Light Cannon
22nd Nov 2015, 8:00 AM
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It's going to infect us all!

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22nd Nov 2015, 8:00 AM

This is a parody, and is not endorsed by Cartoon Network, or the people who make Steven Universe. This is purely for fun.

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4th Mar 2016, 3:32 AM

"HIm"?

Man that reminds me of a Player i used to have who's interpret shit wrong, or make stupid/impossible/stupid-impossible plans, and always miss the hint that he's barking up the wrong tree.

He once spent multiple sessions harping about everyone should be looking for a evil-looking plant cuz i used the phrase "seed of evil" to refer to a source of corruption, and was serious about it, eventually calling people who DID get it complete idiots for not helping him dick off looking for "Evil Plants", and instead looking for the Urn they were supposed to...

And then called me a Shit DM for "Changing the Target" when they actually found it, acting as if i changed the objective to "appease the idiot masses".

We are no longer friends >:/

...woops. i done went and ranted.

POINT IS, i suspect "Him" will be akin to this asshat i was referring to.

26th Mar 2016, 10:32 AM

I think 'Him' is a reference to the Powerpuff Girls 'Him', who was incredibly camp... and also the Devil. No, really, he was the Devil, Capital D and all, they never called him that in the show, for obvious reasons, but no mistake, he was the Devil.

This raises the interesting possibility of the party, or at least Bonnie, having played in a Powerpuff Girls based RPG.

So, for fun, what do you think that campaign would be called? Troubles in Townsville? Pretty Power? A Third Kinda-Clever-But-Not-Really Pun That's Alliterative That I Can't Think Of At The Moment?

26th Mar 2016, 10:32 AM

I think 'Him' is a reference to the Powerpuff Girls 'Him', who was incredibly camp... and also the Devil. No, really, he was the Devil, Capital D and all, they never called him that in the show, for obvious reasons, but no mistake, he was the Devil.

This raises the interesting possibility of the party, or at least Bonnie, having played in a Powerpuff Girls based RPG.

So, for fun, what do you think that campaign would be called? Troubles in Townsville? Pretty Power? A Third Kinda-Clever-But-Not-Really Pun That's Alliterative That I Can't Think Of At The Moment?

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