Mutants and Masterminds: Yes you can do the thing.
GURPS: Fill out these forms in triplicate.
Dungeons & Dragons 3rd Edition: Yes, but it’s really not worth it unless you are a Dream Elf with the Godblooded feat and at least five levels in the Thingomancer Prestige class from Complete Thing. Or you could just play a Wizard, they get The Thing as a 3rd level spell.
Call of Cthulu: You can do the thing, but you REALLY don’t want to.
FATE: That depends, can you bullshit the GM into believing that one of your vaguely-worded aspects supports you doing The thing?
7th Sea: Only if the thing is properly dramatic!
Shadowrun: Yes, but you’ll need a bathtub full of D6s.
Paranoia: The thing is treason.
Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition:
[I copied the above from this brilliant post, and I reblogged as text because I really felt the need to add the gif for 5e, and chat posts don’t allow gifs, dammit.]
A dude’s played D&D with his friends for a few years and now he’s making a book about the campaign! It will include timelines, character descriptions, rundowns of every session and some illustrations, including maps and these paintings that I’m making! I was commissioned to paint 7 portraits and 4 scenes. This is a really cool project and I’ll keep you folks updated on it.
The party stumbles upon rumors of a relic that can grant enormous power. Trails of clues lead them all over the continent. They quickly realize that another, better equipped group is following the same trail.
Citizen Kane The richest and most influential man in the empire died last night. On his deathbed he whispered a single word. Everyone is trying to decipher the meaning. Is it clue to where he has hidden his less lawfully gained riches?
Court of Shadows takes the award-winning rules of Shadowrun 5th Ed. to a setting that has always been part of the Sixth World but never fully detailed. They mysterious Seelie Court has long shaped the elven nation of Tir na nog and parts beyond, and this book dives into its secrets and the powers who lead it. Full of high fantasy and intrigue, Court of Shadows presents a new way to play for veteran Shadowrun players and newcomers alike, pitting them against the tricky, manipulative fae of the courts to see who will decide the future of the Sixth World.
The Dear Dungeon podcast has an answer! Whether your question is silly or serious, specific or general, DnD-related, in the Shadowrun ballpark, or something else entirely, we are here to answer your questions.
Finally decided to not let my memes be dreams and started this as a personal project. I’ve kind been wanting to make a comic for a long while now but I couldn’t really settle on what it was gonna be.
I mostly had a bunch of half-baked ideas, stories with beginnings and ends and kind of empty space in the middle that I couldn’t figure out to fill, so this seemed like the most feasible option. It’s based somewhat accurately on a Shadowrun campaign I was DMing so the way I see it, it has basically wrote itself already and all that’s left is for me to just do it.
At the time of posting this I’m something close to quarter way through with pencils and inks for it. I figured if I would do this like page a month or something it would just kinda be slow and lame and would have no pacing so I’ll just do it issue per issue. It’s probably gonna take longer for anything of it to come out but at least it will be a coherent thing to read right away. I’ll probably post some WIP snippets from time to time and likely also be drawing some other stuff simultaneously. Overall I think it’s gonna be pretty shit but uuuuhhhhhh…