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The worst gamer ever - Part Two - Eric's House Of Ego
March 27th, 2009
10:09 am


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The worst gamer ever - Part Two
The previous encounter prompted a contract on Kevin's life (unfortunately his character, not him). It was carried out on board ship in one of the funniest encounters I have ever seen.
Nothing I can type can really do this justice (it's much funnier when I tell it, so ask me to sometime) but what happened basically ... The group was outbound on a ship and while on this nice leisurely sea voyage he was chatted up by a cute young thing one night. Oh, did I mention she was a high level assassin? She got up real close and said to him "do you know the way to a man's heart?" "No." "It's under his ribcage." She had rolled very very well. I said to him ... "you feel real cold ... REAL cold ... and your shirt is wet". He replied "OH OH OH OH OH !!!" ... in a very loud voice. At which point the argument started. If memory serves he said would never let an assassin near him. He also argued that since she was in front of him, and assassins backstab, that what she did couldn't have worked. As in many arguments his own group was saying "YOU'RE DEAD Kevin, SHADDUP!"


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Date:March 27th, 2009 04:50 pm (UTC)

Did he think all assassins walked around wearing sandwich boards advertising their profession and target? You let her near you, she's an assassin, ergo you let an assassin near you.
But I didn't *know* she was an assassin!.
Yes. Exactly.

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Date:March 27th, 2009 05:19 pm (UTC)
This is what happens when you let your level 1 gamer play a level 18 brilliant genius capable of seeing through any disguise.

The level 1 trumps all.
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Date:March 27th, 2009 11:49 pm (UTC)
Hahhah. Excellent.
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Date:March 27th, 2009 05:53 pm (UTC)
I think this guy should have become Wile E. Coyote, with an amusing different way to die before he hit level 2. Unless a running gag worked better.
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