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RandomRex6 21st Feb 2018, 8:00 AM edit delete
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Rastaba 21st Feb 2018, 5:01 PM edit delete reply
Rastaba
Ah, the most hilarious Crit fail ever...

Story of a time a fail turned out to swing around to save you and win the day!
dragonfly9078 21st Feb 2018, 7:33 PM edit delete reply
Didn't happen in one of my games, but I always remember there was a story floating around about a party that had a minmaxed barbarian that just wrecked everything the DM put in front of them.

The DM got fed up and eventually made a bad guy whose first action was to mind control the barbarian. Barbarian goes to attack, gets a nat 1 on the attack. The DM rolls on the fumble table, then gets real quiet and reads out "attacks closest ally" and the barbarian oneshots the guy mind controlling him
Guest 22nd Feb 2018, 1:30 PM edit delete reply
we were playing Mutants and Masterminds, our characters were all high school students at a super powered people high school, and we were all part of the track and field team. Some how or another we got on the radar of a trickster god, who had us all swap bodies with students from other schools at a T&F summer camp.
Long story short, we manage to beat him and make him drop his magic bow, the source of his powers. The thing looked to be made of solid diamond, and pretty much everyone wanted it, except me. Everyone started fighting over it and the GM is making everyone roll Will saves any time they come near it.
I try to kick it into the lake, to get the fighting to stop, and the GM tells me to roll Will, and I roll a nat 1.
The thing turns into a snake slithers up my leg and wraps around my arm, turning my arm and part of my chest into diamond. I pass out in shock and wake up facing the trickster in the clouds, and he tells me that I have just become his replacement.
None of our characters were what you would call the brightest light bulbs, but my character was particularly dim, and the fact that I was now the new trickster god was not well received by the rest.
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