40 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: The Dark Eye.png]
Holy fuck /tg/, this game.
The Dark Eye seems to be the most succesfull RPG in germany and has been around since the 80's. It has evolved into a highly detailed world you can play in. And by detailed I mean everything is described if you need it. There are official maps for many cities, regions and descriptions down to the state of some roads. We ran a session with a german bro last weekend and I can truly say that I have never played anything like it, and I love it. I loved the situation where we were bloodied after a fight with an Ogre and our Hunter looked for some healing herbs in the woods and our DM whipped out a huge splatbook with detailed information on what plants one might find in different regions around the world as well as how you can use them or even make potions out of them.
Character generation took around two hours, wich is a bummer. But what you get from it is a complete character who fits perfectly into the setting. My character had a talent for "pottery" if I ever get around to doing that.
The world is pretty low-magic fantasy. Mages are rare but can get pretty powerfull. We had none in our group.
There is faith-based magic based on "Karma" wich one of us had and it involved the Pantheon of the dominating culture in the north where we played, having 12 Gods with strictly defined aspects.
The playable races are Humans (who are never called that since they split up into many different races), Elves (Wich are more Alien that those of D&D) and Dwarves. Elves and Dwarves come in many flavours as well. You could also play Goblins and Orks who are less monster races and more antagonistic cultures. They also don't look anything like the classic orcs and seem to have branched off in a completely different direction since Tolkien.
Couldn't find the english PDF anywhere in the web for now. Heres hoping anyone has it since I would like to get a group starting as soon as I get back from Germany.
Ironhearts Vol3 - Ch5.2 - Battle of StormWood
161 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: StormRock05a.png]
"Telltale Journal", in possession of Isane Konnair-Armitage, Spring of 657
We join the Helghast Armored Unit, deep in the forests of Stormwood. For the second time in less than a year, they are fighting for a nation other than their own. At the request of Queen Arthur of Iffram, they have been dispatched to secure a staging point, pitted up against a group of insurgents named the Dragon Army. Refusal of this request would have spelled disaster for the Helghast, as their very presence in Iffram is enough to cause a diplomatic incident. The fighting so far has been fierce, and casualties are already rising for both sides...
Previous thread: http://archive.foolz.us/tg/thread/23116748/
Blatant Fetish Quest XIV
218 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: BFQ Sheet 33.png]
First thirteen threads:
Previously on Blatant Fetish Quest, our protagonist, Max Powers, learned that he was actually a female with male genitalia, as a result of having a deadbeat incubus as a father. Three years later, Max, now extremely fit and a martial arts hobbyist, boards a plane for Romania to enroll at the prestigious Scholomance, a school for magic. You befriended a fellow student, Liz, on the plane, and decided to stay with her in Paris for an extended layover. On arriving in Romania, you learned that the Scholomance is extremely deadly and that only half of each class proceeds to the next grade each year.
You joined the Lotus prestige society, befriended Dane, a fourth-circle Lotus, and Lin, a prospective Lotus in your same year. Upon arriving at the Scholomance, a city-sized school hidden in a cave that's bigger on the inside, you started exploring the place. You explored a tower that seemed perfect for your own sanctum, then found an incubus who's probably your father chained up in the basement. You let him roam free to find a food source, and are now about to call your mother.
You dial her up; it's late, so she should be getting out of work now.
"Max? Are you okay?"
"Yeah, mom. It was a false alarm earlier. D... Dad's better too."
"Oh, thank god."
What all do you talk about with her?
/tg/ does omegle
254 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: omegle.jpg]
Last one hit the post limit.
>Go to Omegle.com
>Insert likes as thus:
/tg/, roleplay, rp, fatguy, grognard, rollplay, adventure
>Go on adventures with people from /tg/ or random strangers!
>Post the good ones here!
Tell me your secrets
23 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: MardekPortrait.jpg]
I'm looking for "small", /tg/ related vidya. Roguelikes, flash games, browser games, and... and stuff. Something more exotic than Dungeon Crawl, ToMe, Losing is Fun The Game and Battle for Wesnoth.
To start with something, I can heartily recommend you Embric of Wulfhammer (played this recently and loved nearly every minute of it) and Mardek series (even though I don't really like Pseudolonewolf).
77 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: cc8dc0f94c3e14d29a53d8c639bd80df.jpg]
So, recently I got The Soul Reaver, and I've been wondering... is it possible to play a somewhat repentant Dark Eldar? We know that a few have left Commoragh, and an ex-Dark Eldar appears as a Striking Scorpion in Path of the Warrior. I love the Eldar fluff, but Craftworld ones and rangers aren't available, so this seems like the next best thing, and I'd rather not be just lolevil. Plus, it seems like a relatively logical explanation as to why I'd be on a ship of Mon-Keigh with no access to haemonculus regeneration chambers.
165 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: images.jpg]
Haven't seen one of these in some time.
Hall of Shame thread
>Defiler Charges against a dradnought, ripps off it's arms
>Dread counters without arms, ripps off Def's arms
>they eadbutt eachother for the roest of the game
>WFB, Bloodhirster charges at 20 Gnoblars because of then existing frenzy rule on Khorne Demons.
>Hits twice, wounds once.
>Gnoblars win combat because outnumber and ranks
>Thirster rolls 11, instability failure, goes *poof*
Not to mention countless Chaos Lords being killed by Marine Scouts in close combat.
Share your shame
22 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: 1346778965898.png]
Hey /tg/, I've recently gotten involved with a pretty serious tabletop RP group, and I could use some advice. Specifically, how to play a better female character?
I made a warrior character, female because it made outlying circumstances of the characters background and otherwise more interesting. The group uses a lot of gesturing, getting up and out of their chairs, pointing fingers in dramatic scenes, displaying faces of emotion or fear when needed.
So what can I do to better roleplay as a female short of being one myself, masters of roleplaying? Easy-used emphasis, specific mannerism, without being slutty mcslut.