In a place made of the garbage of other worlds, four adventurers discover a new extra-planar guest with ill intentions.
Intro Music: One-eyed Maestro by Kevin Macleod
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5 comments on “Dungeon World: A Little Bit of Dis part 1 of 2”
This… This game.
God damn it! We shouldn’t have posted it! We’re going to get rage over this damn game!
Let them rage! Let their hate wash over us, cover us, fill us up! We will stand proud, and unwavering, even if we must stand alone, holding up the flowing blood-red standard that loudly proclaims: ‘Y’know, Dungeon World.. uhm.. kinda blows, man.’
First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.
(If you don’t know who said that you fail at life.)
But yeah say ya guys stumbling over what I’ve seen pretty much everyone stumble over.
Good ol’ attack rats…
By the way, you guys might find this useful: http://www.dungeon-world.com/dungeon-world-guide/ It’s the much-easier-to-digest (GM and player) rules explanation for Dungeon World.
Re: The apparent lack of Evil Unicorn Awareness campaigns in modern media;
The Adventures of Dr. McNinja showed us how dangerous Sparklelord could be.
And don’t forget about the dread Tentaclawn from the Omnifray RPG.
Something Positive had an episode that featured a My Little Pony RPG draft, with a highly horrible horned horsey.
And then there’s frickin’ Earthdawn, a classic RPG with some unicorns you wouldn’t want in your petting zoo.
Ravenloft has Shadow Unicorns.
Oh, and Forgotten Realms features Black Unicorns. Which are evil, obviously. Anything with black skin is either LE, NE or CE by default, in D&D. Just ask the Dark Elves.
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