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2003-May-10 ... Arvind's Beyonders Campaign

Soon he's gonna be sleeping with the cement blocks, and wearing fish boots.

Arvind (as "Smoke"): "I may have rubbed some toes the wrong way."

2003-Apr-17 ... Arvind's Beyonders Campaign

I bet you're wondering what he's trying to say? Imagine the word "memo". Make the e long, yeah, that's it… another spectacular and memorable word from Arvind's vo-kab-ewe-larry.

Arvind: "Mee-moe"

2003-Feb-1 ... Arvind's Beyonders Campaign

Thank you, Jason, for such a witty, nasty, horrible, icky comeback. Very punny…

Arvind: "Every time I get my car repaired, it gets shot up the next day. I have *bad* luck."
Jason: "It's car-ma!"

2003-Jan-30 ... Arvind's Beyonders Campaign

Jason was thinking "snazzy" at the time… he seems to be getting pretty bad with his puns… gotta admit he's quick about it…

Rob: "So do you have a fondness for alligator briefcases?"
Jason: "I … uh … don't believe in snappy things like that."

2002-Nov-3 ... Rob's D&D Campaign

If you figure out how to do this, let us know, would ya?

Shawn: "I tie his eyes together."

2002-Oct-22 ... Rob's D&D Campaign


Rob: "They look less well constructed."

2002-Oct-10 ... Rob's D&D Campaign

One of the party members was severely wounded, and was bleeding to death. Jason, with his usual heroics, announced his typical action with an atypical mode of thought.

Jason: "I stop him from healing."

2002-Oct-10 ... Rob's D&D Campaign

The characters were about ready to kill of a lone kobold, and he turned to one of the players and wanted to ask him if he wanted to finish him off.
You could imagine the look on Shawn's face when he heard those words… *grin*

Rob: "Would you like to step up and finish off the halfling?"

2002-Oct-6 ...

This definitely raised some eyebrows…most were delayed.

Rob: "That was the name of her father's husband."

2002-10-?? ... Rob's D&D Campaign

The players were invited to a lunch with a small town's mayor, and he was telling the adventurers about what was needed to be done. At one point, our GM Rob dropped his pen on the floor while asking for Perception rolls. Jason, luck always on his side, botched his roll and, in character, started up what would become one of our better inside jokes.

Jason: "You dropped your fork."