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Great Quotes from Montana State University

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"I don't like being in the cave with that."
Durgan [Mitch Allen]
"The dwarf just said he doesn't like being in a cave."
Steven Thompson
Crimson Foam - AD&D 3.5 ~~ September 7, 2014
Where everyone was going to be in the ambush.

"One of the bushes gets up and walks off..."
Steven Thompson
"Things just got weird."
Durgan [Mitch Allen]
Crimson Foam - AD&D 3.5 ~~ June 18, 2017

"The fire will go out in 25 minutes when the rain comes. We're probably only expecting two and a half feet today."
Marcum Turlos [Keith Seyffarth]
"Thank Helper I'm three and a half feet tall!"
Durgan [Mitch Allen]
"Well, we're in the dry season."
Marcum Turlos [Keith Seyffarth]
Crimson Foam - AD&D 3.5 ~~ June 18, 2017

"You're some kind of swamp cowboy aren't you?"
Durgan [Mitch Allen]
Crimson Foam - AD&D 3.5 ~~ June 18, 2017
After the rogue tied up the plant... The plant was attacking, you see.

"Move stealthily."
Ajan [John McEnaney]
"[Rolls] ... [Natural 1] ... [Clanks loudly through cavern]"
Durgan [Mitch Allen]
"Why did you tell the dwarf to move stealthily?"
Marcum Turlos [Keith Seyffarth]
Crimson Foam - AD&D 3.5 ~~ July 30, 2017
The dwarf with two rogues...

"Could be a snow troll."
Durgan [Mitch Allen]
"I think they're called ice trolls."
Steven Thompson
"No, not as good as an ice troll. It's a god-forsaken dirt chicken snow troll."
Durgan [Mitch Allen]
Crimson Foam - AD&D 3.5 ~~ July 30, 2017
The dwarf complaining indirectly about the lack of civilization and long-standing stone structures, again.

"What are you worrying about?"
Durgan [Mitch Allen]
"Four hundred fifty-three people's lives. What are you worrying about?"
Marcum Turlos [Keith Seyffarth]
"Drying my clothes so that my armor doesn't rust!"
Durgan [Mitch Allen]
"Mithril rusts?"
Marcum Turlos [Keith Seyffarth]
"Well... no..."
Durgan [Mitch Allen]
Crimson Foam - AD&D 3.5 ~~ October 22, 2017
Priorities between the rogue and the cleric. No, it was the rogue worried about all the people, and the cleric worried about his armor. Granted, the cleric was a dwarf, and almost all the "people" were lizardfolk.

"You're pouring alchemical fire ... on the fire?"
"Burn, you son of a bitch, burn!"
Durgan [Mitch Allen]
Crimson Foam - AD&D 3.5 ~~ January 7, 2018
Trying to deal with the fire-resistant troll.

"This is now seven reasons I have to kill him."
Durgan [Mitch Allen]
"Do we have to separate you two?"
Crimson Foam - AD&D 3.5 ~~ March 4, 2018
Working the new character and the new player into the group...

"Dwarves don't swing that way."
Durgan [Mitch Allen]
"[blank stares]"
Everyone
"Gay? Sure. Humans? No way!"
Durgan [Mitch Allen]
Crimson Foam - AD&D 3.5 ~~ September 30, 2018
About who (and, more importantly, what) the local prince had married to form alliances.

"You're throwing away adamantite daggers like they're made of gold!"
Durgan [Mitch Allen]
Crimson Foam - AD&D 3.5 ~~ September 30, 2018
The dwarf comparing the value of items.

"The unspeakable thing's you've done with witches... and little girl witches..."
Durgan [Mitch Allen]
"The little girl was a corpse."
Marcum Turlos [Keith Seyffarth]
"Like that make's it better!"
Durgan [Mitch Allen]
Crimson Foam - AD&D 3.5 ~~ October 7, 2018
Things we don't need (or at least didn't) talk about regarding Marcum doing while under witch charm/control.


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Acknowledgments:

Thanks to: Everyone Quoted

Contributors:
Carrie Jones, Phil DeKoning, Chris Jones, Clacy Olson, Aaron Benner, Norah Esty and Brandon Sonderegger.

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This page last modified: February 14 2019 02:03:09pm

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