>>45196449 Usable like a +5 whip She can make ranged grapples with it, pulling a grappled target closer each round if she wishes And if a grappled target starts her turn next to her, she can attempt to swallow whole
>>45196353 I've played two memorable ones. The first was basically Jesus, a Mystic Theurge focusing on control and utility. He was a historian and a philosopher, striving for a better tomorrow for all.
The other one was a Warlock and basically an extraplanar lawyer with mind control shenanigans.
>vorefags You're missing the point. The tongue is about as long as the distance from her waist to the top of her head (minus horns), so about half her total height. She's 56", just a little over 4.5ft. Short stuff is for cute, not for lewds!
Tiefling bard. Used magic to telekinetically slap barmaid's asses to make it appear someone else had done it, thus sparking numerous bar fights. Kept telling party's half-ogre he's the smartest person in the group. Half-ogre believed it and got huge confidence boost.
My monk had a tiefling sorc as his lover. She was a Wild Magic user and our DM didn't fully fade-to-black some of their private endeavors . For the rest of the party, it was made known that these two characters were very well off together. Everything was great except those wild magic surges whenever she had an orgasm. Her vagina literally became a portal to an Infernal Plane on one occasion that was only blocked by the pair staying together until she figured out how to seal it without my monk losing his dick.
>>45196353 Only had the chance to play as a Tiefling for one session before the DM fucked off and disappeared.
Tiefling female, dex fighter. Two-weapon fighting with a double-bladed sword. She was pretty awesome; I had her raised by a sect of Paladins to give her a moral compass despite her father being an incubus, and she was the shining example of fairness and righteous fury for the party.
Until the DM disappeared, as stated before. I miss that character.
>>45196353 Played as a Tiefling cleric that was absolutely terrified the gods would strike her dead at any point, just by nature of being half-demon. Because of that she was paranoid of even accidentally sinning. At one point, character had a crisis of faith and went off the wagon, becoming a drunkard.
>>45196353 We had a Tiefling rouge/warlock whose pact was with his mother. The player tried to make him really edgy, but we made fun of him all the time using the three packs a day jewish mother voice.
"Why don't you ever call. Your brother Tharnazog calls me every weekend. Why do you hate your mother."
"Malgoroth's daughter has been asking about you. She's a really cute little succubus and I think you'd go well together. I've set up a playdate this weekend."
"Stop murdering criminals, bubulah, you're killing your mother. Why do you hate me?"
>>45196760 Usually people don't pull things from in front of them to behind them.
Especially when said thing is obviously not bending or curling around their head.
The only option is she's either pulling it into the foreground or directly alongside herself. And her proportions not being skewed implies whoever made the image either cannot into depth or it is going alongside her, rather than forwards or backwards.
>>45196645 >>45196671 >>45196760 >>45197128 Yeah, the perspective is a bit off in that pic, the artist has done other work with that character She's not short, she towers over people, most men are eye level with her tits
>>45197360 >a demonic scientist sets to recording the oscilliations >if he can figure out exactly when the phallus will reappear and how far it will enter the plane at its apogee, he will unlock the mysteries of whatever plane is on the other side >>45197392 Was she also a megabutch?
>>45197455 >The Demon Lord Incubus adorns his pauldrons with portals connected to various peoples' orifices >Like four million dicks just habitually appearing, disappearing and cumming all over the place
>>45196353 Played a tiefling ranger once. Since tieflings are generally disliked by just about anybody, he just spent his time innawoods doing innawoods stuff. Not really a bad guy but pretty antisocial and kind of rude. Party mostly kept him around due to his tracking and survival skills, although over time he did warm up for them and started considering them friends rather than "those clueless idiots that pay me to stop them from getting lost or eating something poisonous".
>>45196755 The tonque of anteaters and pangolins actually retracts into their stomach, I think. The tangue of a woodpacker wraps around their brain. Chameleons have a tongue composed of cylinderical segments that fold inside eachother like a telescoping fishing rod.
I played a tiefling monk who was a cross between Marky Mark and every other white rapper ever. I have fond memories of the DM giving me penalties out the ass every time we had to travel through storms, wind or cold environments because my character refused to put on a shirt or wear pants that didn't have a drop-crotch. Beatboxed my way out of multiple encounters and wildly punched my way through the rest. 10/10 would beatbox again
>>45196353 Ex-slave. Her brother (who wasn't actually her brother) had been a slave/guard. Both tieflings though, and they bonded. He tried to look out for her, which got harder once she started manifesting sorcerous powers.
Then they both got punished, he got lobotomized so that he couldn't speak or understand words, and they escaped, fleeing south into the River Kingdoms.
She was a habitual liar, a little vain, fond of her power and loyal to her 'brother'. She also had balls, a pair of big brass ones, and while everyone was still freaking out over a dragon having flown in and declared itself in charge of a city, she walked up to the dragon and between flattery, bluff, and bravado managed to get a job as the dragon's right-claw minion. Talk about a promotion, right?
As it turned out, one of the reasons the dragon liked her was because making this random foreign ex-slave her prime magistrate really pissed off all the established powers in the city- but who's going to argue with a dragon? Or a sorceress with a loyal, mute, fairly competent bodyguard? And the tiefling, well, she liked upsetting nobles too- a heck of a chip on her shoulder. "Look down on me for having been a slave, will you...?"
She tried to use her position both to heal her brother and to throw some work the PC's way, who had rescued her at one point. As much returning a favor owed as showing of her new position and power to her friends.
>>45197173 >Usually people don't pull things from in front of them to behind them People usually aren't horned demonspawn with long ass tongues either. I'm not saying the pose makes sense, I'm just saying that's the direction her arms seem to be oriented in.
>>45196353 The ones people played in games I was in either kept their heritage completely secret, lived in states of extreme and open penance, or just shrugged it off as sins of their ancestors and that they weren't like those devil Jews of old.
We had one person who started go derp lord, but the DM took the player aside and noted that private game sessions were $50/hour and if he wanted to be sir lonewolf mopesalot, it would be on his own time.
So I'd come to the decision I wanted to make a Paladin for a Pathfinder group.
Made a Tiefling Paladin of Sarenrae. As a child she was ill treated by her father and the town for being seen as an ill omen. She was a Rakshasa-spawn Tiefling, so she had backwards hands, hoves for feet, and massive ram-like horns. During her childhood she learned she could eat ash and dust (Fiendish Heritage) and kept it a secret from her parents as they fed her what they felt was the bare minimum food she should need. (Came in handy cleaning the fireplace).
In her teen years her town was visited by a Cleric of Sarenrae who had a talk with my Tiefling. She decided for the ease of the town it would be best to take her from the town and find her somewhere new to live. My Tiefling was curious about Cleircs and Paladins of Sarenrae, and after asking a bunch of questions wanted to join their order.
Eventually became a Paladin of Sarenrae, was trained in how to use a Scimitar (went with the Dervish Dance feat) and was sent out on a pilgrimage in order to destroy Sarenrae's foes and do what good she can in the world.
Ended up being the favorite member of the party. Wasn't opposed to sneaking around to get stuff done or pull stealth kills as long as it wasn't break-and-enter or anything super crazy illegal, so our Rogue liked her.
Wasn't crazy uppity on people about her faith unless she felt she had to be. Had an excellent moment in a tavern where a bunch of thugs tried to harass her for being 'a demon spawn passing as paladin for pretend' and she schooled them pretty hard by reciting several passages of The Birth of Light and Truth, the holy text of those who follow Sarenrae, and offered them an ultimatum of an apology or her sword. They went off tails between their legs from a well and good intimidate roll I made.
At one point the party was captured and locked up in a dungeon. My Paladin was locked up with the party Fighter. She allowed them to eat what little food they were given as prisoners, and took up 'first watch' each night. The Fighter had no clue she was slowly and begrudingly licking the dust off the walls and floor to sustain herself and not getting full nights rests so her party member would be in good health when they eventually met their fate. (They managed to escape eventually.)
Overall had an excellent campaign with her. She had some glorious moments in combat once she was able to make her scimitar gain Flaming Burst and, given scimitar, was doing some excellent crit damage from time to time.
Wouldn't mind running another campaign with her some day. She managed to make it to about level 9 at the end of the campaign.
Oddly enough, no one I've played with, IRL or online, has ever played a Tiefling. My 5E DM threw a few at us. One was a scheming dock worker who secretly collected stuffed animals. After he tried to con us out of a quest reward I used the information to blackmail him into paying me the proper amount.
>>45196353 I once made a tieflings paladin of asmodeus, in 4e dnd, I got him to levels of power that made the rest of the party afraid of invoking my wrath. Once I got to lvl 30 my DM let me work up to lvl 60 by slaying incredibly powerful threats to asmodeus's interests. His name was Decron Inferian Hand of Asmodeus. And he is my favorite character
>>45196353 He was a first generation Rakshasa spawn, and generally an ugly son of a bitch. Eyes full of blood, teeth like a sharks, pale and bruised skin, and gangly limbs plus tail. Moved like an insect, generally creeped people right the fuck out. Grew up in a scholar enclave as some sort of apprentice/ward/science project.
But that was alright, since he was an illusionist. Made himself appear as a generic pretty-boy hero type and acted like a naive and fabulous pansy. Strode around with a big billowing red cloak, wore a hat with a feather in it, extolled the virtues of friendship and justice. Generally normal, not particularly angsty. It wasn't like he'd had a bad life, he was just super ugly.
Managed to make it through almost the entire campaign before the illusion was dispelled. He ended up wearing a paper bag over his head for the final battle because he was too nervous to cast anything when his face was visible.
Paper bag was later enchanted up to +5 and enshrined as an artifact.
>>45199754 It wraps around your shaft twice, your balls once and then keeps reaching to lick your prostate while she moves in to deep throat you. Also a good thing if your fan of REALLY sloppy kissing, I guess.
>>45196353 >Born in the Abyss as a slave to some minor demon lord >Created as a bloodrager (PF) for the sole purpose of being cannon fodder >Eventually flees from his handler while on the Material Plane >Lives as a homeless bum for years, doing odd jobs for gangs and robbing people >Eventually, the events of the Rise of the Runelords campaign takes place
It was fun to play him. He didn't trust anyone, and flat out didn't believe that people though of him as a hero. He stuck with the group because there was a female tiefling in the group, and they provided a steady source of food.
I have a cajun-themed tiefling chirugeon beastmorph alchemist in an Iron Gods campaign. Holy shit that's a lot of words putting it out in text. He's the muscle, he's the medic, he makes the tech. He's the cook.
>>45200695 Women can totally enjoy rimming, they still have the same nerves on the outside, and on the inside the little nerve bundle that makes the clitoris? It's more like a tentacly starfish wrapped around the vaginal canal, responsible for the G-spot and several other sensitive spots that are easier to reach through the back door.
>>45196353 >Stereotypical orphan background >Became tradesman (smith) >Took over his masters shop when he died (ludicrous Tiefling lifespan) >Married and started a family, rich wife >Started getting into Alchemy >Wife died, and he inherited her wealth >Left town before locals attacked him due to growing resentment for him "inheriting half the bloody town"
So, not a tiefling story but fitting the tongue thing...
>playing Splicers rpg >roll up a Biotic girl (humans mutated with animal and alien DNA to be loyal soldiers/fodder against killer robots) >end up not losing too much appearance but kinda dumb, naive and eagerly obedient >snake tongue for scent ability, also make it long and prehensile for weirdness >two players move away and gsme goes to irc >girl in the group gets bolder zbout her hotshot wing girl bossing me around >ERP happens >the places that tongue gets to >player admits she wishes that could be real, esp. that three foot deep rimming >wish to hell I was actually a girl or female player was into guys >keep it as an inside joke though
>>45203805 I bet thats her favorite part of it all. All the adolescent kids who see this toned she-demon telling them shes going to punish them for being naughty little boys and they think there is some innuendo involved when she really just intends to beat the crap out of them. Meanwhile all the good girls and boys of the world get to have the toys and treats of their wicked brothers siblings.
I don't see how that occurring on a yearly basis would stop being funny as time goes on.
>>45200259 >>45200515 >>45200653 >>45202086 >>45203316 Not my best work but here you go >You will never have a tall, muscular, dominant, and somewhat cruel tiefling GF >She will never show off her long, long tongue to you >She will will never take advantage of your distraction to shove you facefirst into her ample chest >You will never look up from her warm titflesh to see that tongue lolling out of her mouth inching closer and closer to your face >You will never feel her warm, wet, tongue trace your face before snaking it's way into your mouth, easily overpowering your tongue as you experience the deepest kiss of your life >You will never begin to feel light headed before she pulls out, letting you get a breath of fresh air >You will never still be painting when you find yourself on the receiving of a literal tonguelash before she pulls it back in and orders you to strip >You will never be standing in front of her, naked but eager as she looks you over with a cruel smirk on her face 1/2
>>45204936 >She will never squat down, inspecting your dick for a few seconds then slowly licking it from the base to the tip before wrapping her tongue around it several times and still having length to spare >She will never begin to twist and writhe her tongue, distracting you as it begins to snake up and around your waist, at least until you find your arms bound to your side >She will never smile up at you as the sinuous organ continues to wrap around you, even reaching up to your face, gagging and blinding you as continues to slowly suck your member while her writing tongue toys with and teases the rest of your body >You will never be just at your limit before she stops, pulling herself off of you she takes a moment to savor your taste, before she begins pulling her tongue back in, with you still tangled up in it >You will never yourself lurch forward as you are shoved head first into her maw, gulp by gulp descending down her throat, her tongue only releasing you when her tight, slick throat muscles can take it's place >You will never find yourself in her hot, wet belly, her powerful stomach muscles restraining you in a near sufficatingly tight embrace as they knead and rub your flesh like a deep, forceful massage >You will never feel her stroke her belly, basking in the feeling of being so full and the knowledge she has you tucked away deep within her >You will never lie there in her hot steamy depths, feeling your body getting delightfully manhandled by her stomach, the organ somehow knowing exactly where to stroke and rub to leave you hot and needy but still unable to cum >She will never leisurely lay back, relaxing for a few minutes listening to your needy whimpers before asking how her little morsel is doing in there >She will never chuckle when all she gets in reply is a desperate, pleasured moan 2/2
>>45202086 I'm bored. Got any particular scenario in mind? I was thinking a sort of, Dude spies muscular Tiefling girl doing muscular things, she spies him spying her, confronts him, teases with tongue, progressing into full on action, but I'm not sold on that idea
>>45205270 I generally dislike posting my greentext there, but mostly because I have been planning to try to rewrite all of them into short stories (but I'm lazy), I have a pastebin of it though and if you think it's worth it I can post it there myself
>>45205277 It was in the request, and the discussion preceding it You have only yourself to blame for not paying attention
>>45205207 It's probably better that way, honestly. I feel like with fantasy people have to spend too much time explaining how everything got there, and with more modern settings it's parallel enough to our world that you don't have to go into backstory.
>>45205277 Agreed man, but what're you gonna do? The vorefags were here from the beginning, because for some reason long tongues = vore. I mean, tongue bondage was weird enough, but at least it was kinda hot.
>>45206975 I think the artist still does pics of that just jester boy, it's just I didn't make the connection Just remember the last time I saw her was when I was looking up krampus porn last christmas
>mfw vorefags running rampant >mfw I'm a vorefag c'mon guys keep it in your pantsor /d/
On a slightly more related note, I once played a Tiefling Wizard who ground his horns down like Hellboy and wrapped his tail around his leg, hiding it inside of his pant-leg and pretending he had a limp. He was a Divination Wizard, and his favorite past time was to look out of the window in the two story HQ that the party had and invoke his bad portent rolls on people going about their daily lives. An example of one of these bad roll inflictions was someone trying to heft up something heavy with a rope and then losing his grip, having the object fall on someone and badly injure them.
Needless to say he was a massive, passive-aggressive dick.
>>45207102 Interesting - why'd he go so far to hide his infernal heritage, if he was such a passive aggressive dick? Hellboy did it because...I dunno, he wanted to look more human and like a good guy.
I don't remember the comic, but there was a character in a webcomic I liked who was at first glance a more down-to-earth town guard officer who seemed pretty awesome despite a bad limp, but it was to hide a goat leg with tall boots and a cane. Gotta love evil characters you can actually like.
>>45207196 The way he figured it, it's easier to justify beating up and lynching a tiefling who's magic than just a normal guy who happens to wear a hood and mask and has a bad limp and is probably senile and/or a human or more acceptable race than a tiefling.
Basically it made it easier for him to be a dick and get away with it because he made himself less obvious.
Tieflings in my setting are evil humanoids who cursed their bloodline with a pact of demons. Born in Carsinai, an overlook by the cosmic computer or just sheer willpower has let them to escape with a neutral or good alignment. They're usually called Hellbred.
>>45196353 Had a certain Tiefling alchemist in PF who was focusing on firearms and explosives for a long-term goal, but also was fucking around with mutagens to see how much mileage he could get out of his blood. Nothing special for the backstory - orphaned after his human mom was driven out of town, picked up by gnomes - but I always played him as unflinchingly and unfailingly earnest. That he had fangs, claws, and a prehensile tail didn't do much to make up for his poor social skills. Nor did the third arm.
His many limbs came in handy in combat. He operated a musket with two arms, used his third hand to throw grenades or prepare special ammunition casings (also grenades), and his tail was dextrous enough to grab potions and other small items out of his bandoleers. A whirlwind of activity, this subhuman monster.
He did have presence of mind enough, though, to have a large hat, goggles, and a scarf to cover himself with. His fingerless gloves didn't do much for the claws though, but he could tuck the spare arm behind his back and under his coat fairly well. Few worries about getting too warm if you have native fire resistance.
Nothing lewd ever happened with him in-game, though I did have him telling other PCs a TMI story once about "the only whore in Freeport who would do business" with him, and how "she really seemed to appreciate the additional appendages," which my fellows wisely cut off before I got rolling.
>>45196353 Currently playing a young Tielfling Wizard. Practically a teen prodigy. Is the way he is because of a curse put on the family. Pitch black skin. Animals refuse to come near him. Really shy and awkward kid, but is also absurdly intelligent. He's endeared himself to the party really well and essentially the little brother to everyone.
I love him to death and wish I could draw worth a damn, I'd get him commissioned if I had the money for it.
I have a guy in my group who's probably borderline autistic, but he played a 2edgy4u tiefling, who would ask literally every npc about tieflings, despite him trying to keep it a secret that he was a tiefling.
>>45208283 As I remember this campaign, I recall something else. Party policy was that everyone had to contribute to breakfast- it is the most important meal of the day, after all. So my tiefling brewed coffee for the group each morning (present in the setting as a luxury) over his magically conjured camp fire. No one ever really trusted it, but that meant more for him. The dwarf had a waffle iron, I recall, that was mithril and so non-stick. He made the batter using a family recipe. Everyone else did boring stuff like buy local fruit, more the pity.
>>45208874 I like to think (or hope) that anyone who plays stupidly edgy characters will eventually realize what they're doing and just stop. I used to be like that and then I realized that it was just silly. I still play edgy characters, but not "lol I look for someone to kill in the street cos raisins". I like more of a style and direction to my edge.
>>45209465 I think edge is a product of people who don't understand how other people feel about what they're making. Tragedy is an easy way to make a character, especially with so many well-known sad and sadistic characters in all sorts of media.
But hopefully most people, like you, will realize that only a certain amount of edge is necessary to add depth to a character. Otherwise, you sort of cut off you character from the events of the game, and other players won't want to interact with you as much because you're so crazy.
One of these days, I'm going to play a plain, normal tiefling Warlock with the Fiend Pact. And then I'm gonna have fun flinging double boosted Eldritch Blast everywhere. Actually, does Warlocks have access to necromancy spells, or is that for Sorcerers?
Played a Tiefling rogue/warlock with pact of the blade (5e dnd). Back story was standard orphan affair, abandoned to the streets by father after his horns killed the mother during birth. Raised by a couple criminals using kids to gain sympathy (we aren't criminals we have an orphanage!). Grew up in the crime families and became a working class criminal, found out his next target had a habit of mutilating tieflings (removing horns, wings, tails, rendering genitals inert) before selling them as slaves. As a principal he grew up always sticking to the plan, deviating should only be a last resort option, and if something goes wrong: you deviated from the plane or; someone made a shitty fucking plan. In this case he deviated from the plan, he killed the slaver during his simple robbery. Turns out, slaver was the town Baron, and the criminal family he worked for were pretty happy to save face by ridding themselves a Tiefling. Running from the town and unable to re-enter barring execution, he starts his adventure.
He was originally going to stay rogue for the campaign but our dm likes to do interesting things if we need to leave for an extended amount of sessions (I hade to intern for a couple months), so instead of my character going about doing generic thieveries/ forgeries like I had set up, he got kidnapped. By the Fey.
So instead of being the rogue all-star, get your game on, go play, he became a kind of assassin like from Dishonored, weilding a rapier of silence (randomly generated from homebrew tables, regular rapier with a 5ft radius of silence, became my pact weapon) to assassinate and was greatly assisted in combat by warlock support spells like hex.
>>45196353 When I GM'd a homebrew D&D setting, I told people they could play as tieflings and look more or less however they wanted as long as they were humanoid and of moderate height. In this setting teiflings were cross breeds between a human and a demon, and as demons had no set forms (choosing ones that best suited their prefered method of feeding on life energy) teiflings had no 'usual' apearence, though most were bestial in some way. This led to a player creating a goose teifling bard who wooed passers by with his singing voice and magnificent plumage. Wherever he went he had the habbit of constructing a nest out of whatever he could find. Even when the party got wealthy enough to get houses, he just left his unfurnished save for a gallery of statues of himself (that he could hide amoungst) and a giant nest he kept all of his gear under.
in a game i was DM'ing i had this one guy playing a female tiefling was being really magical realm about it an all the fuck, but anyway i was really hamming up the whole no one fucking trust you everyone is racist towards you part so the party are trying to get into the tavern but the doorman wont let them in cos well racism and then the little shit has the great idea of telling the door man to check his human privilege i sigh and tell him to roll a CHA check .....natural 20 he turns the door man into a social justice warrior campaign is slightly derailed as the tiefling tries to convert the land to essentially tumblr until hes killed by a new player character the glorious witch hunter (first name the second name hunter) a halfling paladin whose order viewed witchcraft as the highest crime as it gave women independence needless to say he resisted the scourge of the SJW and stabbed the tiefling to death with righteous fury
>>45227628 He's criticizing character's design, made by the actual company, based on his own fanfiction version of the setting that he's drawn, which he dare claims to be Zelda characters despite being in no way affiliated with the games themselves - and his designs being rather generic and vaguely gaslight fantasy style.
It would be like if someone criticized how they redesigned Sonic based on their own Sonic characters, who they had made into utterly generic Romans.
I mean seriously, look at this and tell me if you feel that this gives him any legitimate credibility to be complaining about the designs of others.
>>45227656 >You missed the part where he blocked someone for criticizing HIM. >trying to pass of snarky soudbites as criticism I'll remember this the next time I see an angry mob demanding a raid on someone because they "can't take criticism".
>>45227740 >He's criticizing character's design, made by the actual company, How Dare He.
>based on his own fanfiction version of the setting that he's drawn, In other words, acting like his own designs might be good. How Dare He.
>which he dare claims to be Zelda characters despite being in no way affiliated with the games themselves In other words, claiming that they're close enough to the design philosophy of the games to be a worthwhile comparison. How Dare He.
>and his designs being rather generic and vaguely gaslight fantasy style. That's the first potential point anyone has made.
>It would be like if someone criticized how they redesigned Sonic based on their own Sonic characters, In other words, this hypothetical person would be someone who thinks that the hypothetical new Sonic design was too bland and generic, and prefers a different kind of design, while following that design philosophy in their own art. How Dare They.
>>45227748 It's still an extremely immature thing to do and likely a sign of a glass ego If he were really as mature as you think he was, he'd probably just have done the adult thing and, you know, ignore it? Like, it's just one comment from some random dude that basically amounts to "I disagree with your opinions". Was the way it was said snarky? Yes. but blocking someone for that is similar to a 5 year old throwing a tantrum over a similar thing
>>45227819 >In other words, claiming that they're close enough to the design philosophy of the games to be a worthwhile comparison. >How Dare He. I've seen his zelda designs he's claiming this for and, yes, how dare he.
>>45227909 Cover up the sword and the title on that one chick and it looks like some generic rando elf bitch. Granted, zelda's always been pretty generic in style but, other than an accessory, there is nothing about the character that is inherently zelda
Because he's not in any way affiliated with Nintendo or any of their work. It's not like his designs were passed over in favor of what Nintendo chose - he's commenting on something that has nothing to do with him.
>How Dare He #2 His designs aren't actually good - as I pointed out later, they're rather generic and vague gaslight fantasy. He actually goes out of his way to make Hyrule a long-lost kingdom and separate it from anything to do with the actual games aside from a similar main trio of characters and references to the Shiekah (not the Shieka as he spells it) which have little to actually do with the shadowy tribe themselves. Though this is only conjecture, I think he only ever played Twilight Princess and perhaps Wind Waker, judging by what he's including and referencing and how he seems to actually know little about the Shiekah (a wandering people? Really?)
>How Dare He #3 They're not much like the actual characters in design, aside from how 'Dragmire' looks like Wind Waker Ganondorf. The Zelda character looks like Link with brown hair; the Link character looks like Zelda with a purple version of Link's tunic. He includes some other vague references to things from games like Twilight Princess, but otherwise it's little like the Zelda games so far in any way.
>How Dare They The hypothetical person in question assumes that their design is better or more worthwhile than the new hypothetical design, which they consider inferior to what they themselves have made. It's not a question of preference - he didn't outright say it, but it was heavily implied. I mean, the first post it was just his opinion, but the second he was flagrantly saying 'my designs are better.' And subtly claiming that they're as legitimate as designs made by a company, when at best his are a fan product that he hasn't done anything with in a long while.
>>45227922 For me the worst part is he's completely ignoring the triforce of courage. Even ignoring the theory of it being what gives him so many hearts, it's what make's link able to go on these dangerous quests and face terrifying monsters. He's giving protagonist Zelda all the benefits of it while ALSO giving her the triforce of wisdom, leaving link to be a sheltered idiot totally oblivious to the events going on around him.
>>45227989 I see people pine for the days when tieflings were random mutants instead of all red with tails and horns, but then the only art of them I see from that time is stuff like this where they seem even less weird.
>>45228083 Which is totally right, right? Because Zelda in the actual games was a sheltered idiot with no idea of what was going on around her, and making the Link version of Zelda like that is totally fair to the character he's replacing.
Maaan, remember in OoT, where she contacted link as a kid and started a huge plan to take down Ganondorf? Totally helpless. Or how despite being under castle arrest in Twilight Princess, Zelda was still able to give some advice to help Link out? Sheltered idiot!
>>45228118 Or in wind waker where she was the captain of a rather successful pirate ship and starts off being FAR more competent than link? or even in THE GAME HE IS CRITICIZING WHERE SHE GOES OFF WITHOUT LINK FOR A WHILE AND COMES BACK SUCCESSFUL
>>45228149 Or the game where she's adventuring alongside Link and helping him get through dungeons! Though granted, in that she's a ghost for most of the game, but that also means she can possess armor and swing a huge sword.
It's almost as if he completely underestimates how flexible Zelda is as a character, and how she has her own strengths and weaknesses that can make her legitimately better or worse than Link in various areas but never make her completely useless as a character, because if Nintendo did that she would either just be a goal to obtain or a character that was completely unlikable!
>>45228271 I think she'd totally fit as a D&D 5e bard. 9th-level spellcaster, Bardic Inspiration rather than singing during combat, and the best of the wizard spell list alongside healing and cleric buffs.
I know that Zelda 1 and 2 had a flute, Link to the Past using a Ocarina that was translated into a flute in English. Link's Awakening had an Ocarina and had you collect instruments to sing the song to end all things. and so on.
I will give you that you can limit that amount of music in your link, but I still think you gotta a little music in there.
>>45228484 Phantom Hourglass, Minish Cap, Four Swords, A Link to the Past, and Link's Awakening all had no musical instruments in them. Twilight Princess too but you still howled your music in that one.
>>45227979 >Because he's not in any way affiliated with Nintendo or any of their work. It's not like his designs were passed over in favor of what Nintendo chose - So he's having an opinion on a work which was made by someone else. How Dare He.
>he's commenting on something that has nothing to do with him. I don't even need to add anything to this one. How Dare He.
>The hypothetical person in question assumes that their design is better or more worthwhile than the new hypothetical design, which they consider inferior to what they themselves have made. I don't even need to add anything to this either. How Dare They.
>It's not a question of preference It is. You're just acting like there's some massive difference to justify your manufactured outrage.
>>45228686 Are you going to take this seriously? You can't respond to every point as if the man were a martyr. No wait, that's a good point- you say how dare he? I ask, yes, how dare he?
How dare he imply that an entire design team - employed by one of the most successful videogame companies in the world - made the entire design of a character in a way that he, someone who lives off of making comics and only ever once - one time - attempted to draw designs for his own fan Zelda thing (which is really as generic as they come, but instead of generic medieval fantasy it's generic gaslight fantasy) can snobbishly look at it and go 'eh. I could've done better.'
Where does he get the goddamn balls and elitism to think that he designed Zelda characters instead of just drawing his own fanart for a 'maybe this could be a game possibly sort of someday?' Designs that are just a few pieces of art and text blurbs that show that he has almost no experience with the setting or the characters in it (he asks what he knows, shit, apparently) that even the most casual fans seem to know more about, and would rather ignore the bulk of the actual setting - either due to his own ignorance, or not really giving a shit about it - to make it more like things that he's already worked on himself? It is literally 'I'm going to make my own Legend of Zelda, but with steampunk and mechas!" All you'd have to do is dye Zelda's hair black and shorten the ears, and you've got the main character of his comic.
And the most laughable part is, he never did try to make a female Link. He took Zelda and Link and switched their roles in his little fanfiction future. He's got nothing to directly compare to to say 'I did it better,' and the idea never seemed to cross his mind to make a female Link. In fact, he just assumes this new character is a female Link - he doesn't even seem to realize that Linkle is her own character.
9/10, made me wall of text. Keep up the good work man, love the arguing.
>>45228886 If I ever played a good aligned Teifling I think I'd just play him like he had evil tourette syndrome. >"Hello innkeeper, I'd like a hot meal and a room for the nightAND THE BLOOD OF YOUR FIRSTBORNsorry, sorry, uh, Just the food and the room... no blood."
>>45229284 I'd probably do it in a sort of ingroup outgroup focused way. A good person, especially to his fellow tieflings, but grudging at best with most other races. Maybe kind of a hippie rebel, causing all sorts of unrest when the kingdom needs order in the face of blaugh the pillager.
>>45229448 the way I've done my berserker is that he's found a way to use his dark blood for the greater good with adventuring and helping others, but is still not quite sure why humans don't just kill everything. Nonviolence is alien to him, and i mean, why wouldn't it be when he gets literal super strength from getting angry?
>>45229531 i've been trying to find a way in game to represent demonic/tiefling influence to manifest as "evil" or "negative" without being too edgy but HURR I BEAT MANS WITH AX is easy. Maybe if I could write worth a damn i could get my point across idk i mean, in universe everyone is super suspicious of tieflings on top of literal evil gods speaking to them with their dna/devil blood
>>45233424 Well, every relationship is give and take y'know? She may give you a hard time about not being as adventurous as her, but you know she loves you all the more for it (or perhaps even because of you being her adorable little painter dork she can come home to), just like you can live with her having a few "quirks", like being descended from a vore-succubus like >>45210347 said
>>45233424 Letting your waifu indulge in her weird fetishes even when you don't have them is the pinnacle of love anon, it's not a sacrifice if half the time you cuddle with her it's from her insides, it's just because you love her enough that you want her to be happy, just like she'll go along with your bizarre fetish even if she doesn't quite get it (but given how she's been presented, she'll probably tease you about it a lot)
>>45228872 >How dare he imply that an entire design team - employed by one of the most successful videogame companies in the world - made the entire design of a character in a way that he, someone who lives off of making comics and only ever once - one time - attempted to draw designs for his own fan Zelda thing (which is really as generic as they come, but instead of generic medieval fantasy it's generic gaslight fantasy) can snobbishly look at it and go 'eh. I could've done better.'
He actually can. His desings are about as bad as the Nintendo ones.
>>45233424 >>45233588 >>45233659 Went from lewd greentext story to a relationship between painter and his tiefling girlfriend, with him letting her indulge in her weird fetishes (she probably can't help wanting to occasionally swallow somebody; it's hardly her fault that he rmother was a vore-succubus).
>>45234064 So in that case it isn't actually a fetish - it's just part of who she is, almost like a biological prerogative. In accepting that, he's done more for her than anyone else would - even the best of them would probably ask her to quit that weird mouth fetish and ask why she can't just be more normal, and the relationship would blaze apart in a bunch of insecurity and hurt feelings.
But this painter guy has managed to steal her heart just by being himself. She's not willing to admit it yet, since she's been hurt before when she tried to commit, but it's practically in the bag. Or stomach, I guess.
>>45234064 if we're talking high fantasy (and we probably are, because tieflings and succubi) >Ring of Sustenance >Ring of Acid Resistance >Belt of Regeneration >can stay in as long as necessary to get her off and/or tired of it >bonus points for not wearing anything else
I played a warlock tiefling (5E) who basically was sick of being seen as a bad omen so he resolved to become a hero. But of course it's hard to learn how to swordfight or use magic when everyone thinks you're bad luck or evil in a fairly backwoods kind of place. But my former dragonborn character (deceased) needed someone to look after a feebleminded baby red dragon, and so he hired the tiefling to look after it, after all, who better to look after a firespitting monster than someone who themselves is judged poorly for their looks. and has fire resistance. anyways the party had also had run ins with some nasty elder gods, and happened to have a big box full of a madman's research on said elder god, which the tiefling found. And since he figured "hey, nobody down here will help me become powerful" he did some rituals to form a pact with it. But he did a shitty job on the ritual and instead of contacting the monster in the moon, he missed, and accidentally caught the attention of something far older, far further, and far less evil.
so basically this "thing" he woke up was a bored thing, and had never even seen earth it was so far away. We called it "the whispering void". so it granted the tiefling the power he wanted to become a hero, and in return he got eyes on a new planet. The tiefling himself became a bladelock, and acted as a knight in shining armor. The plan was to multiclass to cleric eventually in order to get heavy armor and "divine" power.
>>45235026 Also because I wanted to begin a "church of the whispering void" because that sounds awesome.
Anyways later on the party did some of the barbarians magic cocaine. basically a deck of many things item. And my character rolled incredibly well. Basically I rolled and the DM said >"okay... roll again." So I did. >"You have Truesight" Okay how long? That might be handy getting out of this dungeon >"No... You HAVE truesight. forever. permanently." We flavored it as the Whispering Void enhancing my drug trip, because as a being who watched he felt that I should see more than the mundane. With my eyes turning form brownish red, into "my god, they're full of stars" basically looking like windows into space.
That character was incredibly awesome. Especially since tieflings get innate casting of "darkness" which basically meant I could give myself advantage in combat at the drop of a hat, becoming a moving sphere of darkness filled with terror. Plus he had limited telepathy from the pact, so I became the diplomat and translator for the party. He could see anything, and speak to anything. More than that, he was always willing to speak before fighting, because as a tiefling he understood being judged by appearances.
He wasn't that mechanically strong, but his utility and flavor was awesome, unfortunately the game ended fairly early, but while I got to play him he was very very fun.
>>45228872 >How dare he imply that an entire design team - employed by one of the most successful videogame companies in the world - made the entire design of a character in a way that he, someone who lives off of making comics and only ever once - one time - attempted to draw designs for his own fan Zelda thing (which is really as generic as they come, but instead of generic medieval fantasy it's generic gaslight fantasy) can snobbishly look at it and go 'eh. I could've done better.' By being a person with an opinion. Official designers aren't some kind of superbeing that we mortals aren't fit to judge; they're just as human as their self-appointed critics.
This particular netizen thinks that the official designs are too bland. That's a valid point of criticism. Yet you seem to think that there's something fundamentally wrong with him saying so, setting aside your own opinions on the designs, because he's just a lowly mortal and not fit to judge such important people.
>Where does he get the goddamn balls and elitism to think that he designed Zelda characters instead of just drawing his own fanart for a 'maybe this could be a game possibly sort of someday?' You're being offended by nothing. What he did, and what he claimed to do, is design characters for a hypothetical game that he'd like. Any alleged stupidity or "elitism" in this statement is a result of people maliciously misinterpreting it in search of evil implications to be mad at.
>>45233588 >>45234064 If her mother was a vore-succubus, who was her presumably mortal father, and more importantly what happened to him? I can see that story being very short, very tragic or very cute, depending on how it turned out.
So, groping plants kills them, Tanar'ri hate me (but baatezu probably don't like me, so THAT'S fucked) and I cast no shadow. In addition, I have... horse? legs? Whatever that means. Also, I have a spiny ridge along my back.
>>45239305 >Grandfather/great-grandfather That's what I would do if I were to write it. Being immortal, the succubus would still be around, so I'd have to decide whether to make her be an antagonistic presence in the Tiefling girl's life in some way, or just have her be out of the picture entirely, leaving the Tiefling to question the exact nature of her powers and her urge to devour people alive.
The first option gives a lot more lee-way for vore and non-vore shenanigans, but the second option would make the Tiefling a more interesting character.
>>45239725 Second one is better for drama, but the first sounds like it could have great potential for comedy. Too bad this thread is about to hit bump limit so the story probably won't be developed further.
Also >Half the vore stuff has been deleted >It was just parts of the stuff that was attempting to turn the vore into something cute >Left the other half of it there >Original greentext is left alone as well Guess the mod's not even reading the thread when he deletes posts
Here's the whole talk about the tiefling X painter story idea if anyone wants it http://pastebin.com/k6cDpcfk
>>45239725 You could probably do both. Have the tiefling girl grow up alone and unsure of her parentage or the nature of her powers, but once she gets together with the painter guy the succubus takes notice and decides to enter their life to antagonise them for fun.
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