Sunday, February 15, 2009

Otus + Hargrave = PURE AWESOME

From Arduin Adventure #2: The Howling Tower:


That's an armadillion wrecking that poor bastard's face, by the way.

EDIT: No, wait. I just checked my copy and that's actually a skorpadillo. My bad.

15 comments:

  1. Hargrave kind of had a thing for sticking scorpion tails onto other things' butts.

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  2. Anonymous9:36 PM

    Great stuff. I love Arduin. I'm toying with the idea of refereeing some Arduin games as a change of pace from Carcosa.

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  3. Ha ha! It looks like he's getting bit in the sack, too.

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  4. The Anonymous Commenter Who's Not Particularly Enthralled With 'Shatnerday'11:11 PM

    If by 'sack' you mean 'thigh', then yeah, this guy is totally getting bit in the sack.

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  5. Wow. And here was I thinking that "Encounter Critical" was a savage parody of old school weirdness; turns out that its nothing but a loving homage with the bizarro toned down. 0_0

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  6. My eye! My thigh! Waaaagh!

    And I really want to see someone go dungeon diving in a thong and helmet.

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  7. That Skorpadillo was going right for the junk, for sure. Eyes-Junk combo attack. Brutal.

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  8. I'm more enamored of that stair-hugging snake.

    Word Verification: "medic"!

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  9. LOL! A prime example of what AC9 will do for you in a dungeon crawl. It's a fitting end, IMHO, for any fool who thinks that a sword, a dagger, and a diaper are adequate adventuring gear. ;)

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  10. If I recall Hargrave's crit hit table correctly, the face-sting and thigh crunching combo was one of the tamer results.

    *Hey! My word verif. sez "nootch!" Snooches to the nootches, tubby bitch!*

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  11. Ha, didn't Diaperman learn to dress more appropriately after his stint under White Plume Mountain?!

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  12. Anonymous9:55 PM

    I couldn't resist. The giant scorpadillo has become the latest monster in my campaign that everyone hates to meet. I'm working it into all of my wandering monster tables.

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