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... I actually in real life kinda hate vocaloids, and yet I want this. 
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DRINK DRANK DRUNKSMAN

Each player takes turns hitting the tree with a plastic axe. For each section of bark that falls, the player scores +1 points. For each center section that falls, the player scores -5 points and takes a shot. If a section of bark has a sticker of a grub on it, it is worth an addition +1, and the player must make another hit with the axe. Play continues until all pieces are knocked down.

2-Player Variant: Players take shots after knocking down their first center block, and every two centers after that (3, 5, 7 and 9)

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Stump wtf never play that
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RIP Orangconan of Hyperborneo
Orangutan Barbarian of the fourth level
He died like he lived; stupid
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If by "mushy, liquefied remains" you mean my large glass bottles of slime...
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Bleaklands house rules draft: Health

You are dead. You don't need food, water, sleep or air. You cannot bleed to death, and severed limbs are only an inconvenience, not a mortal wound.

Instead of summing your hit dice, keep them separate.
Childslay the 3rd level has 3d6 HP. When he enters the Bleaklands, he rolls this and gets 5,4,1. Instead of 10HP, he has three Hit Dice worth 5, 4 and 1.

When you rest or consume a corpse, roll as many Hit Dice as your level, plus one HD for every two points of CON above 10. You may replace any of your current HD with the new rolls, but may still only have as many total HD as your level.
Childslay has 12 CON and takes a nap. He rolls 3+1 d6 and gets 5,2,2,1. He replaces his 1 with the 5, giving him a total of HD: 5, 5, 1

When you take damage, it reduces your highest value Hit Dice. Single target attacks do not spill over to other dice, but area of effect and gruesome monster attacks do.
Childslay is hit for 4 damage. He reduces his highest HD (5) by that amount. He now has the following Hit Dice: 5, 1, 1.

If one of your Hit Dice is reduced to 0, I will roll a huge hit location dice and you will lose that body part - it is severed or maimed beyond your ability to animate it.
Childslay takes another 5 damage. This reduces his highest HD (5) to zero or below, so he loses a limb, and gets the Left Leg result. "Oh no! That was my favorite leg!"

You may integrate limbs or organs with your body. You can have extra limbs or organs equal to your level.
Childslay pulls the leg off a ghoul, and affixes it to his stump. A few minutes later, his flesh knits them together. Problem solved! Then he takes the other leg and attaches it to his leg. "Always good to carry a spare" says the tripedal thief.

If you run out of HD, you have d6 combat rounds for someone to force feed you a corpse or your skeleton will tear itself out of your body and try to kill your friends.
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That's like a really BIG glass jaw...
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Cube Quest is the best dexterity game to play while drinking. Death to the blue king! Long live the red king!
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+Reece Carter None of us managed to get the crown, if I recall.
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Map of the Bleaklands
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+Ian Johnson Not saying this isn't a sweet map, just wanted to let you know I like the old style as well.
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The foam contains cosmic secrets.
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ECLIPSE: NEW DAWN The Terran Union fleets advance into Terran Federation space.

Not pictured: My Terran Directorate economic engine quietly gaining steam. I lost by only one point to the Union after a final round diaspora of Federation ships took three of my hexes.
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City Of Remnants House Rule Suggestion

Don't play a 2-player match against the red gang. I had all of my figures killed within the first two turns, and then spent the next several turns unable to enter the board until we both agreed that it was effectively impossible for me to make a comeback.
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hella balla
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Looking for the perfect gift for your poor, deceased Bleaklands character? Here are the top seven gifts of 2013:

1- EYEBALLS TORN FROM THE HEAD OF AN ELF. Perfect for the abysmally dark wastelands of the Bleaklands, these replacement eyes grant dark vision and come in a wide variety of colors. The constant, bloody tears they weep are a great way to say, "I'm an immortal hellbound shade, but I'm still in touch with my emotions."

2- THE WINGS OF A NIGHT GAUNT. Make a real statement this holiday with a pair of leathery batwings. A beautiful accessory, and useful for traversing uneven terrain. Warning: Flight is not advised due to a complete lack of natural light in the Bleaklands, and the ever present threat of night gaunt packs.

3- STYGIAN STEEL BONES. Hand made by fleshcrafter artisans, and imported all the way from far of Stygia, these steel bones prevent the severing of a limb during combat. Always popular among tomb robbers, scavengers, and bandits.

4- HOLLOWED OUT ABDOMINAL CAVITY. A perennial favorite with travelers, this procedure removes unnecessary organs from the stomach, allowing the safe and discrete storage of up to 25 pounds of equipment or gear. Items thus hidden are virtually undetectable except by autopsy.

5. IRON CRANIAL BRAZIER. After removing the top half of the skull, the brains are scooped out and the interior is coated in molten iron, and a skull shaped cage is custom built for the recipients head. Small fires can be built in the brazier, allowing light without requiring a handheld torch. Remember to consume plenty of fluids, as extended use can dry out the eye balls and cause permanent blindness.

6. CUSTOM TROPHY HEAD. Show your individual style this winter with a brand new head! Popular choices include jack-o-lanterns, hell hounds, centipedes and faux-devil goat heads. For those looking for a more subtle piece, devil horns welded to the recipient's natural skull are an ever popular choice that combines the wow factor of custom cranial accessories without removing that last bit of memory of your waking life.

7. ADDITIONAL HUMANOID LIMBS. No one can ever have too many arms or legs! Functional as well as aesthetic. Popular arm models include the shiva, the one-armed bandit, and this years favorite, double length extendable arms. For legs, the centaur and the spider remain popular limb arrangements. Freshly harvested ghoul sold limbs are available in nearly any settlement, while the ethically minded may need to visit the Coagulated Coast to purchase flotsam limbs from the Fishers.
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Lame Spells a la +Jack Shear 

Bigby's Loafing Hand
The caster conjures an ephemeral and emasculated hand which limps wristly across the battlefield. Enemies struck with bemusement, suffer no penalty.

Speak With Dead Miniature Equine Aficionado
Departed soul responds to queries regarding the complicated world of miniature horses. Acts as a sage for three questions.

Feign Ignorance
Creates perfect illusion that the caster is knowledgeable about any topic, but poorly concealing this fact. Viewers must save versus spell or find caster intolerable.
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Speak with Fred
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If I ever do a board game podcast, it will feature a regular segment where I talk about industry leaders I think I could beat in a fist fight.

Tom Vassel, I would nail your ass to the wall, son.
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+Jack Shear I'm confident in my chances against the entirety of the Dice Tower, except for the Chief, who strikes me as having taken at least one woman's self defense class.

Shut Up & Sit Down, however is an even 50/50 or me. I would basically demolish Paul, but I'd need some luck if I had to cage fight with Quinns.
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