What you do is, you stand them on a thin metal floor, like aluminium or something, then you put a landmine underneath it, wait for them to step on it and hear the click... and that's when you start to torture them. Psychological torture too, none of this nimby-pimby blood all over the walls nonsense some people espouse. No, you make them terrified. You make them fear for their very existence. That way, you make them dance to your tune. Nobody else's. Just yours. You put in verbal, physical, and environmental triggers too, so even if some do-gooding sissy little wetpants does end up screwing up your plans for the day and neuralyzing away the torture, the implanted triggers will still turn them completely out of character. My favourite was when I made good old Legolas wet himself at the sight of a bow. Heh. Goooooooood times.
Ha - trick question! It's both. And they regenerate automatically, so blowing them up even counts as torture! What I really want to know is: what methods of exploding them can you think of that will... more
But, then again, I love my favourite characters too much to hurt them! Putting them through hard things and then havign them latch on their only glimmer of hope - our Enforcers, of course! I really... more
Making them blow up with the most Suvian power possible, of course. They'll go back to our side so quickly after seeing our awesome powers at work, and if they see first-hand how awesome they are,... more
First, and it know this can be tricky for those not technologically inclined, acquire an emotional reader. Hormonal, pheramonic, does not particularly matter. Just make sure the machine can read... more
Ya gotta combine the two, boss man. Scapegrace,Sat Apr 1 4:32am
Bribe your Dungeon Master to give you more spell slots than the game allows. Cast Meteor Swarm way more times than the rules allow. Laugh maniacally at your fellow party members and how overshadowed... more