I'm going to have to use "Chaotic Stupid" in my next game.

That would be a zombie's alignment, would it not?

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I think I speak for everyone, when I say

Bwahahaha!

Oh.MY.Gawd! X-D

*can't stop laughing*

That sounds SO fun. I'm going to go order the game now!

Now everybody at the library is looking funny at me... xD

You should role-play (and tell us your stories) more often, laughing it's so good for the health.

Utterly awesome!

I think that even trumps the In Nomine game I ran, where the PCs (angels, with a single Lilim) decided the best course of action would be to jumpstart Armageddon and reboot the world.

My In Nomine group's Christmas game involved having to go back in time to set things right after demons had used a thermonuclear device to destroy Bethlehem the night that Jesus was born. The game didn't run much longer past that, because really, after you nuke the Baby Jesus, what's left to do?

I am now going to have to make a batch of gingerbread revolutionaries decorated with little bandoliers of red hots and angry faces.

I want one! At least make an icon out of them!

That sounds like it was a fantastic game session!
I desperately want to own that game now; but maybe a version full of Ursula-and-friends inspired characters and crazy ideas. :)

BWHAHAHAHa...I would so be a Gingerbread revolutionary!

Viva la Revolution!!
[well, we're all revolting anyway!]

I miss being a gamer for ALL OF THESE REASONS.

LoL, and it's only a matter of time until somebody posts the "Lawful Stupid" comic.

http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0038.html

*sends a link to this post to her GM* XD

Wow! That sounds like it was cmpletely hilarious and I am deeply jealous of you.

I just laughed like a luatic until my flatmate came in to rescue me. There's seriously no way to explain this to a non-internet-literate person, they just look at you weird...

That reminds me of the last Paranoia game we had. Only with less crumbs and even more explosions.
Thank you for making me laugh so hard.

*dead of ker-awesome*

Any GM who breaks down like that is insufficiently flexible. No plot ever survives contact with the players.

I've learned not to bring a plot to the table—just throw a bunch of stuff at the players, see what sticks and roll with it.


Do you read Darths & Droids, by any chance?

Omg I'm going to have to get that game. I just cried with laughter while reading this. Chaotic Stupid ftw!

I MUST GET THIS GAME!!! Hubs and I just decided it would fit perfectly with our "Babysitting Co-op" theme for next year; one person babysits while the rest game...the next week, a different person babysits and the first person joins the game, etc - I LOVE these ideas I get from you! :) :)

Poor Mur. :D

Oh, and I saw this & thought of you:
http://craftastrophe.net/2008/12/shoe-fly-dont-bother-me/

By the same person is a game called Run Robot Red.....which sounds like it would also be up to your gaming standards. :)
Viva la cookie revolution!

Your GM should have a drink with the GM that once ran a Teenagers from Outer Space game for me and genepolice. He ended the game and swore to never run another game for us after our teenagers used a tactical nuke on the school gymnasium. I don't even remember why we did it. I'm sure we had a good reason, though.

Oh Ursula! That was wonderfully funny. i'm still wipes the tears of mirth away.

This is basically how all role playing goes with Ursula, she's way too creative! Our old GM was constantly invoking the laws of conservation of matter to prevent total surreality from breaking out. Of course, anyone who would allow Ursula's to be a shape changing mage is cracked anyway...at least the kitchens were nice...

For once, I WASN'T the only troublemaker!

I wanna be in on that cookie madness; my old group had a guy with a big nerf stick so we always had to follow the rules explicitly:(

Also, chaotic neutral is fun!

Your icon brings to mind the famed (to Mythbusters fans) Adam savage quote: "I reject your reality and substitute my own!"

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