History WebVideo / CounterMonkey

6th Mar '18 9:18:09 PM nombretomado
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** Spoony really emphasizes the horror of the [[HollywoodAcid acid grenades]] the ''ThievesWorld'' wizard would make.

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** Spoony really emphasizes the horror of the [[HollywoodAcid acid grenades]] the ''ThievesWorld'' ''Literature/ThievesWorld'' wizard would make.



* WoundThatWillNotHeal: In the ''ThievesWorld'' campaign, Tempus Thales would normally shrug off and regenerate the FacialHorror he received at the hands of the players, but because his patron goddess considers this lucky shot by a nobody a humiliating insult, she revokes his regenerative capabilities until he gets revenge. Cue [[RoaringRampageOfRevenge Roaring Rampage]].

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* WoundThatWillNotHeal: In the ''ThievesWorld'' ''Literature/ThievesWorld'' campaign, Tempus Thales would normally shrug off and regenerate the FacialHorror he received at the hands of the players, but because his patron goddess considers this lucky shot by a nobody a humiliating insult, she revokes his regenerative capabilities until he gets revenge. Cue [[RoaringRampageOfRevenge Roaring Rampage]].
20th Feb '18 12:04:15 AM Cryoclaste
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** [[UpToEleven Taken even further]] in his ''Epic Rant''. As the title implies, it's a meandering (but entertaining) '''four part''' mess of topics, starting off as a discussion of super hero role-playing games, then going on to discuss things like ''RPG/CallOfCthulhu'' or ''Series/BabylonFive'', ending on Spoony talking about a video game based on ''LordOfTheRings''.

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** [[UpToEleven Taken even further]] in his ''Epic Rant''. As the title implies, it's a meandering (but entertaining) '''four part''' mess of topics, starting off as a discussion of super hero role-playing games, then going on to discuss things like ''RPG/CallOfCthulhu'' or ''Series/BabylonFive'', ending on Spoony talking about a video game based on ''LordOfTheRings''.''Literature/TheLordOfTheRings''.
13th Jan '18 11:46:24 AM nombretomado
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* TooManyHalves: Inverted with Crazy Mike, who is described in "The Jedi Hunter" as being "Half-[[KeanuReeves Keanu]], half... half... Just a half-Keanu. [[{{Pun}} He was]] a [[Film/PointBreak1991 Point-Five Break]]."

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* TooManyHalves: Inverted with Crazy Mike, who is described in "The Jedi Hunter" as being "Half-[[KeanuReeves "Half-[[Creator/KeanuReeves Keanu]], half... half... Just a half-Keanu. [[{{Pun}} He was]] a [[Film/PointBreak1991 Point-Five Break]]."
22nd Dec '17 5:20:14 PM LinTaylor
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** The subject of the "Botchamania" video.

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** The subject of the "Botchamania" video.video features an entire ''Spycraft'' party whose attempts to board a train resulted in two team members dying thanks to their rolling several {{Critical Failure}}s in succession. And this was even with Spoony trying to help them out by fudging things in their favor, giving them extra chances to succeed, etc.
19th Dec '17 6:14:17 PM nombretomado
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Counter Monkey is a WebVideo series hosted by [[WebVideo/TheSpoonyExperiment Noah Antwiler, also known as The Spoony One]]. In this series, Spoony recounts various [[Funny/CounterMonkey amusing]] and [[Awesome/CounterMonkey awesome]] stories from his TabletopGame days, as well as offering helpful tips and tricks for other [[GameMaster GMs]]. Also featured recordings of regular weekly TableTopGame/{{Pathfinder}} sessions played over Skype, based on the Kingmaker adventure path and starring many of the same players from [[SpoonysCampaign his other campaign]].

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Counter Monkey is a WebVideo series hosted by [[WebVideo/TheSpoonyExperiment Noah Antwiler, also known as The Spoony One]]. In this series, Spoony recounts various [[Funny/CounterMonkey amusing]] and [[Awesome/CounterMonkey awesome]] stories from his TabletopGame days, as well as offering helpful tips and tricks for other [[GameMaster GMs]]. Also featured recordings of regular weekly TableTopGame/{{Pathfinder}} TabletopGame/{{Pathfinder}} sessions played over Skype, based on the Kingmaker adventure path and starring many of the same players from [[SpoonysCampaign [[WebVideo/SpoonysCampaign his other campaign]].
27th Sep '17 6:33:13 AM CosmicFerret
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** [[UpToEleven Taken even further]] in his ''Epic Rant''. As the title implies, it's a meandering (but entertaining) '''four part''' mess of topics, starting off as a discussion of super hero role-playing games, then going on to discuss things like ''RPG/CallOfCthulhu'' or ''Babylon5'', ending on Spoony talking about a video game based on ''LordOfTheRings''.

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** [[UpToEleven Taken even further]] in his ''Epic Rant''. As the title implies, it's a meandering (but entertaining) '''four part''' mess of topics, starting off as a discussion of super hero role-playing games, then going on to discuss things like ''RPG/CallOfCthulhu'' or ''Babylon5'', ''Series/BabylonFive'', ending on Spoony talking about a video game based on ''LordOfTheRings''.
25th Sep '17 1:36:55 PM Karxrida
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* RockFallsEveryoneDies: In ''Shadowrun: The Code'', Spoony recounts that he had to kill off the entire party because the game had gone too far OffTheRails in a way that wasn't salvageable. He asserts that the DM sometimes must assert authority and reign the players in, if just to remind them who runs the game.

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* RockFallsEveryoneDies: RocksFallEveryoneDies: In ''Shadowrun: The Code'', Spoony recounts that he had to kill off the entire party because the game had gone too far OffTheRails in a way that wasn't salvageable. He asserts that the DM sometimes must assert authority and reign the players in, if just to remind them who runs the game.
25th Sep '17 1:35:22 PM Karxrida
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* RockFallsEveryoneDies: The conclusion to ''Shadowrun: The Code'' because the game had gone too far OffTheRails by that point. Spoony asserted that the DM sometimes must assert authority and reign the players in, if just to remind them who runs the game.

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* RockFallsEveryoneDies: The conclusion to In ''Shadowrun: The Code'' Code'', Spoony recounts that he had to kill off the entire party because the game had gone too far OffTheRails by in a way that point. Spoony asserted wasn't salvageable. He asserts that the DM sometimes must assert authority and reign the players in, if just to remind them who runs the game.
24th Sep '17 6:57:26 PM Karxrida
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** The ''Literature/ThievesWorld'' campaign went way off-script. Spoony's original plan was for the [=PCs=] to slowly work their way into Tempus Thales' "favor" and assist him in overthrowing the city. After [[ATragedyOfImpulsiveness a textbook example of why not to interrupt the DM]], the campaign turns into horrifically EscalatingWar of atrocities between Thales and the party.

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** The Spoony's original plan for the ''Literature/ThievesWorld'' campaign went way off-script. Spoony's original plan was for the [=PCs=] to slowly work their way into Tempus Thales' "favor" and assist him in overthrowing the city. After Then one of the players [[ATragedyOfImpulsiveness a textbook example of why not to interrupt impulsively interrupted the DM]], DM and unknowingly threw an acid flask at Tempus' face]], rolling a CriticalHit. Spoony elected to let it happen and bent the rules so the acid permanently damaged Tempus[[note]]Tempus is normally supposed to be NighInvulnerable with a HealingFactor, but Spoony decided that the crit had to do ''something'' and gave him facial scars that wouldn't heal. Spoony justified it by stating that Tempus' humiliation made him lose favor with his god, who wouldn't heal him.[[/note]], so the campaign turns turned into horrifically a horrific EscalatingWar of atrocities between Thales and the party.
24th Sep '17 6:46:29 PM Karxrida
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** Pretty much all of the ''Literature/ThievesWorld'' campaign. Spoony's original plan was for the [=PCs=] to slowly work their way into Tempus Thales' "favor" and assist him in overthrowing the city. After [[ATragedyOfImpulsiveness a textbook example of why not to interrupt the DM]] (see WhamLine), the campaign turns into horrifically EscalatingWar of atrocities between Thales and the party.
** At [[WebVideo/D20Live ConBravo]], Big Mike's original plan was to have the party, upon seeing that the BigBad was a [[spoiler:''Colossal Black Dragon'']], to go get an army of reinforcements. Instead, Spoony throws some insults at him and [[spoiler: the Party ends up killing the Dragon without getting hit, much to Mike's surprise.]]

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** Pretty much all of the The ''Literature/ThievesWorld'' campaign.campaign went way off-script. Spoony's original plan was for the [=PCs=] to slowly work their way into Tempus Thales' "favor" and assist him in overthrowing the city. After [[ATragedyOfImpulsiveness a textbook example of why not to interrupt the DM]] (see WhamLine), DM]], the campaign turns into horrifically EscalatingWar of atrocities between Thales and the party.
** At [[WebVideo/D20Live ConBravo]], Big Mike's original plan was to have the party, upon seeing that the BigBad was a [[spoiler:''Colossal Black Dragon'']], to go get an army of reinforcements. Instead, Spoony throws some insults at him and [[spoiler: the [[spoiler:the Party ends up killing the Dragon without getting hit, much to Mike's surprise.]]



* OneHitKill: Manure golems in "The Age of Manure" could instantly [[BalefulPolymorph turn you to poop]].

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* OneHitKill: Manure golems in "The Age of Manure" could can instantly [[BalefulPolymorph turn you to poop]].


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* ThrowTheDogABone: When recounting the ''Thieves World'' campaign, Spoony mentions that he decided to bend the rules and let the players "win" against Tempus Thales because they worked so hard over the course of the campaign.
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