A wizard has cursed the entire population of your hometown into fluffy rabbit-things. Fragrant flowers grow like weeds as the soil becomes hyper fertile. Butterflies, birds and nice shit like that are everywhere, and every winter feels extra cozy somehow.
Mentally, everyone remains the same, except for the fact they now cannot feel upset without conscious effort. They have to consciously force themselves to be unhappy. Everyone is by default cheerful now.
The wizard has left a note stuck to the town center front door explaining he did it because he thought it was funny.
Do you seek the wizard and get him to reverse the spell?
No because I was already a bunny person.
I ask my female designed partner of a warforged to form a guard patrol, as we are not influenced by the curse.
I think we both are enough to take care of the villagers.
And the fallen gods.
And the corrupted gods.
and the insane gods.
and other things who claim to be gods and want to enslave them.
> Oh look wolves. ahh he bit me.
>he he he, silly wolf
>where is bunny?
>oh last i saw him he was taking a dip in the lake
>the frozen lake?
>we don't have enough food, we ate all in the making of the last dozen feasts and never cared to regrow things, because no matter how fertile the land there is the need of some concious effort.
>i know what to do. Another feast so we can take our minds of this bother.
>i guess there is no problem in just dropping that hive so i can have the honey, bees as just so friendly
body horror and forcing people to live as you want is not a good thing.
See if we can negotiate with the wizard for a case-by-case curse breaking, letting anyone who wants to be a happybunny remain a happybunny, and anyone who wishes to return to humanity do so.
>police are hard to take seriously in town
>one officer, upon confronting you for speeding, begins to cry in frustration due to not being able to muster up the stern demeanor as per the precinct policy.
>you give her a hug and she lets you off with a warning to never to speak of this to anyone.
What do beta blockers have to do with happines? What the supression of anxiety has anything to do it with planning and projecting future plans?
Why fish along the coast of the biggest cities in planet lost their instinct of survival and just let themselves be eaten?
>Can now just be content to work on my dad's farm instead of dumping money in university.
Well fuck that, I'd shake that wizards hand first chance I get if that's the case. Then I can just get fit from farm work and odd kobs like when I was a teenager and focus on finding a purple waifu.
Fish can't feel happiness silly billy, they're fish, what do they have to do with it?
Besides we still have dogs and typical weapons, and it said you can still act unhappy. You can still be aware you have to remove pest and threats it's just you'll have a right jolly time doing it.
basicly, without the chemicals that cause fear and anxiety you start to make bad decisions simply because you fail see what could get wrong.
There are studies for example that show fish living big coastal cities where the use of anti depressants is wide spread in the population, are letting themselves to be eaten by their predators, they don't hide or try to escape.
You wont become afraid around danger if don't see that instead of swiming freely you should lookout for bigger fish.
>I will frolic through these woods never thinking about bears, wolves and etc.
>become a cheery, huggable motivational speaker
>travel world, make millions, bitches want my fluffy ass
although realistically, the feds would seize the fertile land in a week. I can't even fathom what they would do with 1.5 million citizens suddenly turned into rabbit things.
This is about a drug that specifically removes fear and lowers blood pressure, the article mentions nothing about it making the people happy or unhappy, and the OPs scenario does not mention people forgetting that things are dangerous or not.
Are you a fish?
Nah, you get hammers for legs, why would you not focus on leg day? Just slap on some steel toed boots and kick the fucking shit out of everyone.
>angsty you killed my father archetype
>now a fluffy bunny
I'll allow it.
Oh fucking fuck this noise. Just THINKING about being forced to FEEL things differently provokes an almost viceral reaction in me. Goddamn right I'd find that wizard and get the counter-spell.
I imagine that if I could choose to go case-by-case for people who felt like me, I'd start there and then probably get caught up in a lengthy philosophical debate over the nature of identity and blah blah blah happier this way blah blah not meant to be like this blah fuck you guys, here's the McGuffin, figure it out for your own damn selves.
If, however, it's a one-shot blanket deal, everyone gets changed back. They can try to find another wizard later if they liked being bunny-people more, but it's straight fucked up to force folks into that life when they want to be what they were in the first place.
This is what happens when powerful wizards get stoned.
>PCs hometown is a group of ex savages converted to peaceful religions and ashamed and sorrowful of their old ways
>Now a village of insane little fuzzy murderers killing with cackling glee on their faces
Truly this wizard is a mad man
I once played a Canadian were-rabbit in a slightly less-than-serious World of Darkness-style game. He really like hockey and donuts.
yeah it wouldn't be fun
but you'd still be happy, ultimately
I accept on the condition that we are all also sexy ladies
My "hometown" is a hive home to billions of souls.
Looks like it's time to get my Purge on.
Well, at least it's better than that time he turned everything in town into beets
>Do you seek the wizard and get him to reverse the spell?
I've had bad experiences with wizards, man.
Eh, so long as you still support the Imperium and are merely abhuman, there's a good chance you'll merely be forbidden from leaving the planet independently and send regular tithes to the IG. Abhumans do play a useful if uncomfortable role as disposable troops. And if you breed like rabbits, well.. That just means more tithes and a massive amount of warm bodies from a single planet to throw into the grinder.
Depends if the change was caused by chaos or not and if the Inquisitor got laid recently.
glad I'm not the only one in both this thread and the harpy thread
Aren't rabbits skittish? Wouldn't that mean they'd have to outsource their guards?
RIP goddamn everyone
I would reach deep down into my heart of hearts and force myself to be angry. I would staple my dick to my knee if I had to, but I would not let a goddamn second go by in which I am comfortable with this new reality.
No one gets to decide how I perceive reality, and I don't care if I ruin everyone else's lives just to spite this asshole. Do you hear me, wizard? I am coming for you, and I am going to stomp your face into delicious pudding and lap it up off of your mother's shattered spine.
>They have to consciously force themselves to be unhappy.
And, just like that, my quality of life skyrockets as the personality of the only person I live with now no longer defaults to, "Be a bitch to all the people. All of them."
Also, mimiga is win. I do seek him out, though, both to get him to teach me magic(because fuck doing anything but being a magical lout all day), and to offer the chance to turn back to anyone that wants to, citing that the reactions of all these cute, cuddly little critters to someone that, suddenly, can feel anger would be fucking ridiculously hilarious.
I can deal with being fuzzy.
But mind manipulation is damned creepy. Top of my list of Bad Stuff.
At the same time, I'm willing to take tablets for depression. So in my case, it's less a Bad Thing and a hotfix.
I guess I can deal. But not everyone asked for this and I'll be right alongside them telling the wizard to knock it off. But if I can keep being fuzzy and happy instead of scared and sad, that would be nice. Please.
Okay, so, I hate mind control as much as the next guy, but let me ask you this:
What's the difference between being forced to feel a thing by magic, and being forced to feel a thing because someone in your life believes that the only good day is a day where they can blame the entire rest of the world and its conspiracy against them for all their problems?
Because, outside of having to occasionally interact with that person, I'm already always happy; I don't show it most of the time, because my face doesn't do that weird, creepy, "natural smiling," thing that everyone that has it just assumes everyone does, but I am happy.
I see no net change, and while it makes me sick to see people forced to feel an emotion they might not feel normally, can you say, for a fact, that most people are not usually happy, unless an outside source forces them to be something else?
FUCK YES. My animal companion is a god damned monitor lizard, he'll wipe half of out the fucking town. See, this kind of shit right here is exactly why I stopped trusting wizards.
Gosh, anon. Thank you!
This one is for >>37646700
A fluffy bunny? Well, at least I'd be incapable of constant self-loathing now. Maybe I'd finally have some motive to do something with my life now that I wasn't wallowing in shame from all the stuff I've picked up on the internet.
Not a whole lot to tell. He was a normal guy from Quebec, was a star player in college and even had prospects for playing for the Habs. Picked a fight with the wrong sidhe in a Tim Hortons and got cursed into a wererabbit, the least threatening werecritter known to man.
I've actually been working on a race for a setting I was running that were basically a bunch of rabbit folk loosely based off the Moon Rabbit legend. Depending on who you asked, they were either known for their hospitality and helpfulness (taking in weary travelers or patching up any wounded they came across), or their mischievousness (casting illusions to mess with people, or otherwise pranking them for their own amusement, or to keep them away from their homes).
I'm planning to have a legend surrounding them that you might turn into one yourself if you either accept food made from ingredients from their world, or if you looked directly at a lunar eclipse with the naked eye. Still trying to decide between those two.
>cannot feel upset without conscious effort.
Is it wrong that my second thought was 'effectively revolt-proof slave population?'
Also, I'm pretty sure this would eventually result in a bunch of utterly vacuous nonentities, as removing the ability to be unhappy would utterly cripple the human motivational system, and I doubt the differentiation between different gradients of happiness would be enough to fill the gap.
Maybe its not that they won't be motivated to do something. It might mean they'd more do something so they could be happy. Perhaps not NOW, but LATER.
So motivation for them is always about the happy future that comes if a thing is done.
No no see. Let me put it this way. Its going to be happy. That's not a question. But what if its not MAXIMALLY HAPPY? What if its just normal happy? Perhaps Rabbit people are unable to accept subpar future happiness? Like, its a literal thing they can not do.
So its more like they do it because not doing it is inherently infringing on their very being as a whole.
Admittedly, there's not much other fancy stuff beyond that and the usual Tolken set. Before the moon rabbit folk themselves (who I've just nicknamed the Lago until I come up with a name that rolls off the tongue better), I also had a more general "beast-folk" race, who were the descendants of druids who fused themselves with animals centuries ago to better get in touch with nature. They'd be a bit more tribal and barbaric, or at least a less "civilized" race compared to the others. I might cut them out, since "animal guys" and "a specific kind of animal guys except more whimsical" might be redundant.
I've also got a race of infernal creatures (also nameless) who are split into seven breeds, each based off the deadly sins and have powers and cultures based around them.
So on the topics of bunnies...
I remember a flash a long time ago that consisted of I believe a purple cat desperately trying to get some carrot cake to his bunny gf.
Anyone remember what I'm talking about or better yet have a link to it?
...If disney uses this for a new movie I would be delighted. Think of all of the sing a longs that disney would crank out about a bunch of happy ner-do-well rabbits trying to live a normal life?
I'm picturing a crazed super energetic Billy Mays type fluffy bunny just yelling at me.
"ARE YOU HAPPY? I MEAN OF COURSE YOU'RE HAPPY. WE'RE ALL HAPPY. BUT ARE YOU REALLY HAPPY? I MEAN REALLY REALLY FUCKING HAPPY? MAXIMALLY FUCKING HAPPY?!
It varies. I'd say I live a happy life, but I'm very negative on average.
Some people are cheerful, but when they get hurt it really hurts.
There's tradeoffs to evrything. DOn't think there's a problem with your mental state unless you're clinically depressed to the point where you avoid doing things.
Don't break the chain. Draw erry day.
Even if you just draw a little face and flick through your sketchbook, that's cool.
Get a calendar and cross off every day you do. Don't see it as a whole year to do, but x many days you HAVE done.
Try stuff you don't often do. Use online tutorials, you have access to hundreds of professionals.
Just don't break the chain.
Dammit satan, why are you making me cry tears of joy?
I loved that series a little too much
This idea actually interests me alot.
>PCs run into this city early on
>They decide not to do anything about it
>Come back later, the town is COMPLETELY deserted except one little bunny girl
>Everyone started disappearing and heading towards the forest. Doesn't know what happened
>Forest is littered with rabbit skins and bunny corpses
>Among them is a very fat and slow werewolf
>If the players are friendly or ask questions at it, the werewolf invites them for tea
>Explains calmly that about 3 months ago, these weird bunnies with NO sense of fear or unhappiness just started waltzing into the most dangerous part of the forest
>Werewolf and other predator animals begin to eat them with low effort as the bunnies would not run away from them even with their teeth clenched around their skull just before they crunched them in.
>Werewolf discusses philosophy of having fear
>Also mentions that this disaster will be the downfall of the forest, as all the predator animals got fat and lethargic just eating free plentiful food
>Food has stopped now
>It's only a matter of time before a new group of predators come in and eat all of the animals like him because they're too fat to do anything about it.
>This chain will likely continue for awhile until a single animal remains, who will feed another predator who comes by, not knowing the history of this place. Only thinking that this meal was a lucky day for him.
>Werewolf passes out and goes to sleep on top of a nearby bear, who is also much fatter and lethargic than usual
It has a lot of if conditions, but I think it would tell a good story.
>no fear or anxieties
>always in a state of joy
I'm now imagining psychotic bunnies freed from the pressures of society with a vicious streak a mile wide.
Death awaits you all with nasty big pointy teeth.
he also did this for DVV
The first problem with this is you have to get angry about it in the first place. The curse would hard-reset your emotions - would you WANT to get angry about it? Or would the New You be so content with who you newly are that you don't bother?
>Concentration and focus without frustration(but possibly boredom and definitely fatigue)
Would that have a net effect of making someone more persistent or less? There is less chance of just ragequitting, but without the threat of feeling bad for failure, would someone still put the same amount of effort?
>>because no matter how fertile the land there is the need of some concious effort
>implying a happy NPC village won't have happy farmers that joyfully work in the fields and can somehow grow masses of crops without any physical effort
Do you even Harvest Moon? No? How about Farmville?
>the frozen lake?
People do this literally all the time in Scandinavia.
>i guess there is no problem in just dropping that hive so i can have the honey, bees as just so friendly
He's changed the whole village, so the bees would be.
>>This chain will likely continue for awhile until a single animal remains
>the town is COMPLETELY deserted except one little bunny girl
OH NO OH FUCK OH NO OH FUCK
you could stick with the Irish thing and call them Púca
or you could play off of their species family name and call them something like Leporidae
Lepori doesn't sound too bad
>he thought it was funny
WE CANNOT FEEL UPSET THE EASY WAY THEREFORE WE SHALL SHOW HIM NO REMORSE
TONIGHT THE WIZARD GETS IT
UNLESS YOU WANT THE NEIGHBORING CITIES' POPULATION TO SLAUGHTER YOU FOR FOOD WHILE YOU'RE STILL HAPPY
Super shitty drawfag here. Have a honeybunny.
Puca might be a little too close to the race from Odin Sphere
which was one of my inspirations, hence the transformation aspect [\spoiler] . Lepori doesn't sound too bad, though. I might actually go with that.
I had also considered basing their name off Usagi, since they're based off asian folklore, but since the race itself doesn't have an explicitness Asian culture, it wasn't something I exactly made a priority to work in.
Low self-esteem is a helluva drug. Have another honeybunny.
No. I'm not much for furries or whatever this would be, but if everyone was one and couldn't be unhappy without forcing it, dealing with people day in and day out would be way easier.
>Gang of orcs approach to town.
It would be piece of cake, I tell you! They can't get upset, they are full of energy, the perfect home slave, I tell you!
>Suddenly appears a member of the town, swole as fuark. Flemish giant.
Excuse me sir, but I did hear you plan to enslave members of my community.
Well they are basically magical crops makers so I enslave them and breed them, then sell them across the land as good crops charms for a low price.
Win win for everyone but the bunnies.
There's a town out along the Oldsouth road, with a somewhat strange reputation. The town is often called a town of joy and "rabbitmen", but it's a touch more than that. You see, a time ago, an unknown wizard laid a curse upon the town. But without said curse, the town probably would have long disappeared.
The curse has -they say- three parts to it.
The best known part the Euphoria. Any uncursed -man, women, or child- whom enters the town will feel a great joy, and take some leave of their senses. Some have compared it to beer or wine, and others to stronger things. This alone has built the towns reputation (and fortune) for tourism, and many come from far to see its bars and such. The Euphoria won't last much more than the night once one leaves town though, and even if you stay it'll fade after seven days.
The next parts are lesser known, but all the more interesting. You see, it's not just the town that bears the curse, but those who dwell there. Those who come and then leave, staying only a few days, aren't affected. But if you stay a while longer, start to live there, you yourself would start to change and bear the curse.
The second part is the Cheer. Every resident in this town has an unnatural good mood to them. They can still be saddened by loss or brought to anger, but they will forgive and move on quickly, and they tend toward optimism. The final part is the Change: those who live there long enough, or where raised on cursed land, will become Harefolk as well, signifying the curse's hold on them.
The residents claim the be content with their curse, but it's hard to judge with their minds changed by magic. After all, a drunk doesn't mind his drink while it's in him. However, some sad folk choose the live there for the curse, and "curing" them would probably kill them outright. Others were born and raised cursed, and to them the curse is simply a part of them.
The Change -once it's finished it's slow course- is permanent. If a cursed folk leaves the town though, the Cheer will eventually fade, though it can take years. The Uncheered Harefolk out in the world are a rare sight, and most seem rather bitter, though none know if that's the curse or just who they really are.
At the end of it all, no-one really knows the truth about the Harefolk or their curse.
Some curses are hard to tell from blessings.
Some blessing hard from curses.
So when can I move there? I just want to be something else. Anything.
"See, that's the thing, isn't it?"
The harefolk had to speak up over the screams as we clubbed down another of the infected.
"On some level, I know what we're doing is dirty, awful work, and deep down, if I wanted to, I'd be sick to my stomach doing this." The way he leaned the pole to crush one poor soul's throat - it was methodical, as if he was raking the garden. Not something you'd like to see on a that slightly smiling face.
"But it doesn't bother me - I'd have to actually concentrate to be upset by this, after the change. And it's damn good pay."
We walked through the streets of the hamlet, clearing out those still alive one by one as they begged, they pleaded. He wiped some of the blood off his fur before taking another shot of the vaccine.
"It's why you see more of us in the ugly jobs, torturers, executioners, criminals. Career sociopaths. Not all of us, of course. We still know what's right and wrong. It's just... it's less of a bother, now. And the pay's good. I sure as hell am not looking forwards to the next generation growing up, though. They won't have it in them to know how bad it feels to do something horrific."
"Eh, but that's someone else's problem, isn't it?" He shrugged again, as we rested, watching the inn burn, the people within beating at the barred doors. "Not going worry me, that's for sure."
>Mentally, everyone remains the same, except for the fact they now cannot feel upset without conscious effort. They have to consciously force themselves to be unhappy.
>One person always decides to do exactly this, every goddamned day, forever.
>Basically every time a variation of this curse is cast.
>There's nothing in the curse forcing anyone to choose to be unhappy.
>Someone just does it anyway.
>It would probably be me.
Why would I undo any of that? That sounds fucking wonderful.
Are those smithing shoes? 'cause that's creative and awesome and probably impractical, but mostly those first two things.
I fucking hated that I had to kill Toroko. And that there's no way around that fight in-game. That game went for the low blows, man.
Babus is the best character in FFTA, 'cause he never fucked around. Also, 'cause Nu Mou are awesome as shit.
Ezel had some fun dialogue too, that cocky bastard.
Just accept the good feelings, Anon. Pick flowers, farm, or wander through the fields, man. Your life is good now.
Does this mean I know worship Frith and Elirairah?
I would absolutely want to be upset with it. The notion that something has forced a state of mind on me would offend me to the core. It's extremely disturbing to me, and I would definitely want to be angry.
I love it!
Yes, but no matter how swole you get you will still be adorable.
Eh: this thread reminded me of a rabbit specie I created not long ago. I'll share just for the sake of sharing.
It is divided in two subspecies, Lapins Majoris and Lapins Minoris. (I suck with names, but probably I'll look for better ones)
The small ones are the minoris, which are barely taller than a foot/foot and half, but are quick, smart, and sort of nerds. Highly social too, they have a fear issue to be alone due being physically weak.
The majoris instead...are huge, buff, and towering mountains of muscles, more in touch with their feral counterpart....and therefore, are easily startled. They look tough -and physically, they are-, but they are easy to scare making them bolt out a room at the first occasion. The Minoris of the specie often facepalm at the bigger ones.
When adventuring, they adventure always at least in couples of minoris/majoris. The small ones deal with the "thinking" and reassuring the bigger counterparts and the majoris deal with bruising and keeping company to the small ones.
Their race society, is sort of a "comunist" society. Everyone works for the best: the minoris are in "charge" but only because it's clear they are better at the job position.
Actually, damn now I want to do this with a buddy.
>alright Bugsy, let me do the talkin'.
Well, this thread got me fucking around with my tablet again.
>can't feel upset without conscious effort
Eh. It just doesn't feel right to me, really. I've done some things I'm not proud of and I've got a lot of baggage, mostly parental issues and
hiding my magical realm from every living thing I meet.
It almost doesn't feel fair for me to be happy like that.
Wild rabbits are, they can literally die of fright in captivity just from having someone talk too loudly near them
Domesticated rabbits on the other hand are mean fuckers, they're just too small to do much to most things, but DON'T put them in a cage with something smaller like a guinea pig
>Is it wrong that my second thought was 'effectively revolt-proof slave population?'
It would massively cut down on revolts yes, but given it's "be magically happy" it's not likely to completely fuck up their motivational systems like some anons are arguing
>She's the werewolf
Naga, the toony porn artist, did something like this in his space setting...
Ironically, the nanomachine infected Bunny girl planet was originally the homeworld of hulking, super secret Puca who were already spying on everyone, and now these monstrous spies can't return home least they are also affected by the same nanomachine weapon that transformed their kin into Bunny Babes.
Dude Naga's Den is a dark fucking place...
Hell, that same space setting has Harpy Space Pirates who go around Bio-morphing people into whatever bio-technology they need.
Hey man that's just what that snippet reminded me of, particularly the bits about becoming a tourist hotspot (The Bunny planet decided to become Space Vegas) and how staying to long makes you become one.
Since it is porn, the nanomachines might have also made them hornier, but I'm not as sure on that...
>that second line
Well it's what they DO; They feed captured prisoners into a womb-thing that later spits them out as whatever they wanted.
Apparently their ship systems and furniture are made the same way...
>A horrible body horror fate that should revolt and terrify any who hear it
>That little voice in the back of my head saying, "this is my fetish"
I-It's sexy biotech right?
Also I need to check Naga's den again to see if it's still as bad as I remember
Pretty much, except they are rumored to be a Female only race (Actually I think it's more like Drow, where the menfolk are told to stay in the Nest) and they hired out most of the heavy lifting to a race of Space Minotaur for the price of some slave Cowgirls.
>I-It's sexy biotech right?
Of course, porn setting, remember?
>Also I need to check Naga's den again to see if it's still as bad as I remember
Probably, I don't think Dan puts much effort into his porn commissions, and his style was pretty simplistic to begin with...
Getting turned into a Gigeresque fuckmachine probably would get boring eventually, but depending on how extreme the change is, I'm not sure I'd turn it down especially if there was the option to quit and get turned back if I wanted to
Maybe, I think in one of the stories one of his fans wrote for him two Harpy Guards let slip that their race still does have SOME men left, but has mostly replaced them with the Biotech...
How tall are we talking here? Can I still reach high enough to get cereal in the morning? Also, how fluffy are we talking here?
Say! What would be the use of a small rabbit body in locating the remains of pic related for study?
You're doing us a great service. I can only imagine what the mafia and other assorted criminal gangs do after the change.
>Old Flopsy likes his lettuce does he? We'll see how smug he is when he wakes up with the head of his favourite lettuce on hi pillow.
>The town finds itself the center of attention for a faerie dragon that tries to 'hoard' them.
Eh, the character was actually made of clay. Garden statue brought to life.
So, what I learned from this thread is that lots of people already made rabbit people into actual fantasy races, and basically all my ideas for rabbit people are already used.
Damnit, back to the drawing board. That's what I get for not picking a less well known animal though I guess.
I made a Harefolk Race for 5e. Made them fey because why the fuck not.
>Ability Score Increase: +2 Dexterity, +1 Wisdom
>Speed: 35 ft.
>Lucky, When you roll a 1 on an attack roll, ability check, or saving throw, you can reroll the die and must use the new roll.
>Fey Ancestry: You have advantage on saving throws against being charmed, and magic can't put you to sleep.
>Harefolk Nimbleness: You can move through the space of any creature that is of a size larger than yours.
>Naturally Stealthy: You can attempt to hide even only by a creature that is one size larger than you.
>Languages: You can read, write and speak Common and Sylvan.
Jackalope is to rabbitfolk as elf is to human.
"Fuck those antlered bastards and their weird fairy magic and their hippie nature shit. I heard they apologize to the alfalfa spirits every time they take a bite of hay."
Do bunny people have any preferred associates with other beast races?
Fun fact, harming a goose in canada is a serious crime.
Yes it's stupid.
It also means geese wander around all over the place, shitting on sidewalks, blocking off paths, and otherwise being super obnoxious, because they know all of the humans will give them a wide berth.
They're protected down here in Colorado here, too. I don't think it's a serious crime, but I got stopped by a police officer and given a warning when I was chasing some geese around.
I like drawing bunnies. I haven't drawfagged for /tg/ before, the idea kinda intimidates me, and I feel like a slow artist.
I'd be willing to give it a shot though for a while though. Shoot me an idea and I'll make a few quick doodles maybe.
>harming a goose in canada is a serious crime
Migratory Bird Act allows for the federal government to establish seasons. So if you've got a hunting license and its the proper time of year you can kill lots of them, and ya' don't even need a license for 'resident' geese.
Have something I drew last year. Feels like it's related to the topic at hand.
Not as long as I get to live in a hole. Not a nasty, dirty, wet hole, filled with the ends of worms and an oozy smell, nor yet a dry, bare, sandy hole with nothing in it to sit down on or to eat: but rather a bunny-hole. With good food, a warm hearth, and all the amenities of home.
This is how I interpreted your request.
Aww, that's really flattering to hear. Thanks man! When your campaign gets rolling, come back here and tell us stories of your grand escapades.
Transmogrification gives off that kind of vibe.
Still, sometimes a humorous polymorph is just a humorous polymorph.
Mind control still gives me the heebie jeebies though, even if it's "positive".
WHY IS IT NEVER AN OUTBREAK OF MILFIFICATION?!?!
What if it were the other way around? What if men had the lower half of a rabbit, like some kind of weird satyr, and women had the upper half of a rabbit, like some kind of monstrosity?
What if everyone just had random rabbit parts, like a little dinky rabbit foreleg for a left arm but a normal right arm?
Oh, sure. Some places let you hunt them.
That doesn't help you get rid of the ones being a nuisance in the city. You cant get rid of them with pest control, can't chase them off with slingshots, can't poison or trap them; you're just stuck with them until they go away on their own.
honestly this sounds like an interesting setting to run, as you have the vestiges of modern infrastructure built for someone much larger and stronger as well as a level of contentedness that leaves hobbits looking downright adventurous double points if you throw in a prison break and show sheer sociopathic murder sprees the question is does it happen instantly or slowly? both have different starting vibes
>MFW I'm making a campaign setting for Pathfinder/3.5 in which there is an entire playable race of cursed bunny/woodland critter people ala a spiteful Witch's Curse. Stats for them and everything. Not too unlike the OP (they aren't always cheerful).
>MFW I have to tell my gaming group that I did not make this thread.
>MFW There's a lot of good material here that I'm probably going to shamelessly rip.
>Because that WOULD be blatant magical realm, as opposed to something that could be fairly Disney-tier.
>We can't all be milfs anon. It would defeat the purpose.
NO IT WOULDN'T!!!
>You cant get rid of them with pest control, can't chase them off with slingshots, can't poison or trap them; you're just stuck with them until they go away on their own.
...Maybe this is my 4-H heavy upbringing talking, but can't you just WRANGLE the Geese?
Middle of nowhere Iowa here, mostly the same as well...
...The fuck happens when our soil becomes even MORE fertile I don't even want to fathom...
>Can't you just WRANGLE the Geese?
>They travel in large groups.
>They get aggressive if appear to be a threat and they outnumber you.
>You're not allowed to "mistreat" or harm them.
Theoretically I could start setting a bunch of no-harm traps, but I'd need the consent of whomever owned the property (like the city, or the university, or wherever they're problematic) and that's unlikely.
>Oh god /tg/ wants details, shit.
I made a google doc for 'em.
Stop it, you don't go full lewd on /tg/, because that's like just eating frosting. It has to have a base of cuteness and fun, with a very slight amount of lewd on top to be perfect
>because that's like just eating frosting
I used to eat chocolate frosting straight out of the can when I was in my teens, chronically underweight then somehow
>It has to have a base of cuteness and fun, with a very slight amount of lewd on top to be perfect
I do completely agree with you, though there's nothing wrong with playing in MILFworld, with every PC and NPC being full on MILFs (and shotas, can't forget the old, "save the cute little prince from the dragoness plotline") as long as it's a fun, probably comedic, adventure first with lewdness and MAYBE erp as window dressing on top of it
Is there any law against caging and relocating the fuckers?
Because that's basically what I would do, break out the old Geese Battery (big thing of cages), load it up, and move the damn things out of town.
I know I know, but that was one of only a few MILF Lesbian pics I had that was even remotely SFW...
The Immunity to Polymorph seems a bit strong, why not simply have them always have to save Vs it? Keeps in with the curse idea and doesn't give them a somewhat large immunity
Wait, what if this bunnification 'plague' happened in a standard fantasy setting instead of modern world?
Also, imagine that it works on all sentient races.
>what do you mean you won't accept my half-Orc bunnyman as a PC?
I don't think so, but how are you getting the geese into the cages? And how are you getting the property owners to let you put down the cages?
Sure that might work in your own yard, but the problem is them blocking off sidewalks and shit where pedestrians go.
Battery is on WHEELS Anon, I'm rolling that shit to where I need it.
...As for getting them into the cage, I'm putting them in there.
I might not have shown anything as big as a Goose or a Turkey in my day, but it's still mostly the same handling as you use for a Duck.
Whats that? More tatical bunnies before 404? Alrighty.