History Literature / BinderOfShame

6th Mar '18 11:00:18 AM TokoWH
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* GratuitousNinja: El Disgusto will adamantly insist on playing a ninja no matter the game or it's setting, even if it makes no sense. Even when ''forced'' not to play a ninja, he still creates characters that play and act ''like'' ninjas.
6th Mar '18 10:56:59 AM TokoWH
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* BerserkButton: The author now twitches violently every time someone mentions the word "ninja".

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* BerserkButton: The author Because of El Disgusto and his rampant worshipping of them and trying to play as one [[GratuitousNinja even in settings where it doesn't make sense]], [=Ab3=] now twitches violently every time someone mentions the word "ninja".



* ButtMonkey / ExtremeDoormat: Weasley Crusher is bullied repeatedly by Psycho Dave and El Disgusto in "Creep on the Borderlands." The end result is Weasley having to use his ''insulin money'' to buy pizza for the rest of the group, with [=Ab3=] bearing witness on their intent to leave the guy out of the pizza he would buy for everyone else. It's implied in exposition that this has happened before.

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* ButtMonkey / ExtremeDoormat: ButtMonkey: Weasley Crusher is bullied repeatedly by Psycho Dave and El Disgusto in "Creep on the Borderlands." The end result is Weasley having to use his ''insulin money'' to buy pizza for the rest of the group, with [=Ab3=] bearing witness on their intent to leave the guy out of the pizza he would buy for everyone else. It's implied in exposition that this has happened before.
5th Mar '18 10:55:54 PM CrashMan
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* BerserkButton: The author, when he [=GMs=], doesn't care for Monty Python quotes, and now twitches violently every time someone mentions the word "ninja".

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* BerserkButton: The author, when he [=GMs=], doesn't care for Monty Python quotes, and author now twitches violently every time someone mentions the word "ninja".
21st Jan '18 12:48:10 PM CrashMan
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* NoodleIncident: Averted. Initially, some sessions were regarded as "incidents" (The Lord DeGreasy game, notably) but have since been divulged on, destroying any ambiguity that said games might have had. While there are still moments of note which could be considered "Noodle Incidents" (such as Weasley's expulsion from college), generally LawOfConservationOfDetail is enforced in those situations. Just enough detail is written to explain what goes on, but it's implied there is not much more to the story beyond the aforementioned details.

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* NoodleIncident: Averted. Initially, some sessions were regarded as "incidents" (The ("The Damned Treasure of Lord DeGreasy game, [=DeGreasy=]," notably) but have since been divulged on, destroying any ambiguity that said games might have had. While there are still moments of note which could be considered "Noodle Incidents" (such as Weasley's expulsion from college), generally LawOfConservationOfDetail is enforced in those situations. Just enough detail is written to explain what goes on, but it's implied there is not much more to the story beyond the aforementioned details.
21st Jan '18 12:47:19 PM CrashMan
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** Psycho Dave: Given Psycho Dave's personality as a Neo-Nazi, it's implied his Killer [=GM=] tendencies are reflective of a SocialDarwinist philosophy. Whomever can't keep up with the brutality of the campaign is likely looked down upon in his eyes, especially when he frowns upon there not being difficult things to do when anyone else manages the campaign/session.
*** "It's a sighn of quality GM'ing to have a [[TitleDrop Binder of Shame]] at least three times the size of the Binder of Glory."

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** Psycho Dave: Given Psycho Dave's personality as a Neo-Nazi, it's implied his Killer [=GM=] tendencies are reflective of a SocialDarwinist philosophy. Whomever can't keep up with the brutality of the campaign is likely looked down upon in his eyes, especially when he frowns upon there not being difficult things to do when anyone else manages the campaign/session.
campaign/session. [[spoiler: His departure from the group is indicative that his behaviour grew increasingly sadistic and abusive, with him bringing a shotgun to keep the players playing in his final game.]]
*** "It's a sighn sign of quality GM'ing to have a [[TitleDrop Binder of Shame]] at least three times the size of the Binder of Glory."
21st Jan '18 12:42:19 PM CrashMan
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** Cheating Bastard has an obvious nickname; as a Munchkin in practice, he was a supreme mixture of Gamebuster and RulesLawyer. When he was exposed as a cheater, he pretty much was just not allowed to be in the group anymore since he refused to co-operate with the other player characters.

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** Cheating Bastard has an obvious nickname; as a Munchkin in practice, he was a supreme mixture of Gamebuster and RulesLawyer. It's implied that, at minimum, El Disgusto was suspicious of Cheating Bastard's method of rolling dice. [[spoiler: When he was exposed as a cheater, cheater to the rest of the group in a game of Talisman, he pretty much was just outright told he had to change his ways or else he was not allowed to be in game with the group anymore since he refused anymore. Cheating Bastard chose to co-operate with the other player characters. be kicked out.]]
21st Jan '18 12:39:50 PM CrashMan
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** In spite of his constant game-busting antics, Cheating Bastard has also gotten his fair share of comeuppance. [[spoiler: In fact, the rest of the group expel him after they find out he was cheating at a game of Talisman, which only happened because he provoked Blobert Smith into tackling him to the ground.]]
21st Jan '18 12:32:46 PM CrashMan
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* MonochromeCasting: Outright stated during "Achy Breaky Mythos," which hinted that everyone there was "pasty-skinned."

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* MonochromeCasting: Outright stated during "Achy Breaky Mythos," which hinted that everyone there was "pasty-skinned."pasty-skinned," with confirmation on El Digusto's self-proclamation of being a "white ninja."
21st Jan '18 12:25:39 PM CrashMan
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* GirlfriendInCanada: El Disgusto. [[spoiler:It turns out she does exist—in fact, she's [[ReallyGetsAround Asenath]].]]

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* GirlfriendInCanada: [=Ab3=] narratively discusses the trope when talking about cliches in the 1980's, and true to form this foreshadows details El Disgusto. [[spoiler:It Disgusto mentions about his love life, much to the doubts of everyone else. [[spoiler: It turns out she does exist—in exist — in fact, she's [[ReallyGetsAround Asenath]].Asenath]]. As Digusto was the first person to interact with Asenath out of everyone except [=Ab3=], his comments about her flipper arm bring to light the fact they ended on bad terms. Deviant Boy is still upset by the fact Asenath had dated Disgusto beforehand, so this "Girlfriend In Canada" incident winds up doing more damage than most other stories of similar stripe.]]
20th Jan '18 8:12:44 PM CrashMan
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** [[Literature/HarrPotter Weasley]] [[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration Crusher]] is a fan of Star Trek.

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** [[Literature/HarrPotter [[Literature/HarryPotter Weasley]] [[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration Crusher]] is a fan of Star Trek.
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