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T-Willard:
An all seeing Magic Deer (Complete with capitals, I'll assume), right?

You're not yanking my chain?

Seriously, I'm so hammered I'm doubleposting whenever I type, but you're yanking my chain, right? A Magic Assfucking Unkillable Magic-8 Ball Using Ever Loving Deer with a Scepter of "Bigot, Mysoginyst & Homophobe Whomping +54"?

Seriously?

BWAH-HA-HA-HA!!!!

ehhehehehehehee

I could write a supplement to D&D where the ruler of a kingdom is mongoloid elphantitus of the testicles afflicted lesbian clubfooted half-elf and at least I'd know it was a joke.

Seriously...

A Magic Deer?



hehehehhehehee

I want some of what Green Ronin was drinking.

mythusmage:
You've never had a whitetail buck poke more holes in you than a cheap sieve. :) During breeding season the little shits are dangerous. Those antlers can do some serious damage. Elk and moose are a lot worse. A moose kick can drive your pelvis up into your guts. Believe me, when a half ton of bull elk wants you out of his way, you get out of his way.

Try visiting East Tennessee during rutting season and see how far you get with Bambi.

Hastur T. Fannon:
A moose once bit my sister...

But seriously, can someone else with the book confirm the existance of said mystical ruminant of the family Cervidae? (thank you wikipedia)  Obviously the Pundit is exaggurating for comic effect, but the last person to break a setting that badly was Mark Millar in his run on the Authority

hgjs:

--- Quote from: Hastur T. Fannon ---A moose once bit my sister...

But seriously, can someone else with the book confirm the existance of said mystical ruminant of the family Cervidae? (thank you wikipedia)  Obviously the Pundit is exaggurating for comic effect, but the last person to break a setting that badly was Mark Millar in his run on the Authority
--- End quote ---


Yes, it exists.  It's called the Golden Hart.  And the rant was no exaggeration -- well, perhaps in calling the people of Aldis "slaves of the deer."  After all, even though the kingdom's ruler is chosen by the Golden Hart, and every member of the nobility is indirectly chosen by the Golden Hart (through the Blue Rose Scepter), the people live a rather good life.

And there are other human kingdoms that aren't dominated by the Golden Hart, one of which isn't painted as "evil at worst, misguided at best."

Balbinus:
The Magic Deer is real.  I understand it is actually in genre, though since I have never read any romantic fantasy I can't swear to that.

But my understanding is that magic deer and the like are genre defining, not genre breaking.

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