Friday, August 26, 2016

Teach Children To Read By Watching Things Die

So I'm doing Satine's annual ChariD20 event on Sunday coming up.

I'll be at Keith Baker's table.

The character I play and voice I use on the livestream will be determined by vote by you people, here are the choices:
Stereotypical disturbingly-comfortable-with-ultraviolence-Cockney guy (my go-to NPC voice).

Shady drunk German guy (my go-to PC).

-Basically Rust from True Detective but not from the south (me irl).

-Basically Joan Rivers (my last Charid20 PC) (also me irl).

VOTE!
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19 comments:

  1. As a slightly drunk german guy my sympathies are with no. 2.

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  2. Can we vote against one? I wanna vote against Joan Rivers, so if somebody picks that scratch theirs off.

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  3. Rust. But muster your best southern accent...

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    1. there are no southerners in D&D

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    2. I played in a campaign decades ago wherein the DM inexplicably portrayed all his halflings as Deep South rednecks. Total hilarity. And they much cooler than Tolkien's originals.

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    3. never ever do southern accents in D&D

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  4. Stereotypical disturbingly-comfortable-with-ultraviolence-Cockney guy

    What about stereotypical proud-of-glass-windows-Scottish guy? I liked him in I Hit I With My Axe.

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  5. Definitely Rust. Everything is spirals and patterns. Bonus points for the character actually being paranoid.

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  6. Rust. Wish I could write in "Slightly Canadian accent, a deranged Gobo Fraggle."

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  7. voting for the return of joan rivers

    though that dude who played the villain from tank girl was a strong contender

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  8. I love that drawing of the shady drunk German dungeon slacker, and I vote for him based on that alone.

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    1. that is Baron Blixa von Apfelsaft if Barovia and Barovania, 11th level thief
      by me

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  9. So far the votes on Google + have Rust solidly in the lead

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  10. I'll throw my 2 cents in and echo the majority and say Rust. But since you won't do a Southern accent, what about a stereotypical Canadian one, eh?

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    1. although canadian accents in D&D are not as hack as southern accents, they still aren't ones that are remotely on-continent so i save them for Wolverine in FASERIP

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  11. Oh. Joan Rivers. Definitely.

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  12. How about the personality and affect of John Waters at a young Republicans convention with three gin and tonics already under his belt?

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  13. How about the personality and affect of John Waters at a young Republicans convention with three gin and tonics already under his belt?

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