My friend Kelsey decided to run an extreamly high level game a while back. I think his purpose was mostly to see how different D&D is when your characters are begining to approch god-hood. I didn't take part (I get annoyed when I have to level a character two levels, 60 was out of the question), but I did get to sit in on many of the sessions. I collected a crazy number of strange and funny quotes.
"Power word shave!"
"Does my hair give me natural armor?"
"Stop looking at me like that! Power word de-scale is not a friendly option!"
"Can you turn them into plants?... I can talk to them [plants]..."
"Why can no one understand English in this room tonight?"
"Badgers don't lie. They just get grumpy and slash you with their long, long claws."
"What's the save for the memory?"
"I don't remember..."
"This is the special 1943 edition, out of print."
~ Jason, speaking as the npc brother Zeke, discussing his holy symbol collection
"I will kick your ass with my pixie martial arts!"
~ Curtis as EverLily Nix
"So no silent wail of the Banshee?"
~ Curtis, when Kelsey said that some spells can not be silent
"Can I track the swath of destruction?"
~ Lucas, trying to follow the tarrasque
"Technically, I'm huge."
"Maybe it's just the tarrasque's accent..."
~ Kelsey, after Jason's character fails to understand it with bardic knowledge
"Thank you for allowing me to average damage, because otherwise I would have to roll 36D8... and I have one."
"I'm immune to horrid wilting."
~ Griffin, all excited
"No, you're not."
~ Jason, annoyed
(Later, after a rambling rules discussion...)
"Undead are immune to horrid wilting."
~ Jason, casually
~ Griffin, all excited again
(Jason gives Griffin an incredulous look.)
"No... I'm not."
~ Griffin, sounding sad
"So the damage reduction doesn't count inside the stomach?"
"It's a magical stomach."
"If I you have a ring of elemental immunity, you might as well do it. What's the worst that could happen?"
~ Jon, encouraging Chris to get himself killed
"What's the crit range on that rock?"
"Twenty and it's times two."
"You could make it a keen rock."
"I could sharpen it a little."
~ Jason, smirking
"I have mastered the art of stabbing this thing in its fucking head."
"Yes it is the new top of the line house cleaning model, the vacuum tarrasque! Sucks up dirt, carpet, floor boards!"
"So we teleport next to it and I bank shot off of (apparently) Griffin four times."
"Should I be really stupid and use time regression?"
~ Lucas, mishearing
"If he leaves a body feeder weapon in the tarrasque he will get that many hit points."
~ Kelsey talking about the possibility of Griffin's character exploding in a blast of positive energy
"I cast iron wall and put a phase door on it. Then we push it over on him [the tarrasque]."
"What are you trying to do?"
"He's trying to encase him in frozen carbonite."
~ Griffin, deadpan
"Do you want the good news or the bad news?"
"Give me the bad news."
"There is no good news."
"If you roll a natural 20 on a caster level check, could it..."
"The can of tarrasque. It's the upper level white meat."
"You start carving the tarrasque like a giant, giant turkey."
"What does it say?"
"It's speaking in celestial."
"I speak celestial."
"I speak celestial."
"I speak it."
~ Kelsey (the GM!)
"Watch out for the jars with pickles in them, because pickles are God and relish is the tarrasque."
"Damn. That was a nifty trick.... Can we eat it now?"
~ Griffin, after they use magic to stop the tarrasque from regenerating any more
"You disintegrate Ash. Misty is like, 'No!!!' "
~ Kelsey, willfully misunderstanding his players
"We totally failed to kill the tarrasque. We suck."