/tg/ Thread Archive

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2015-01-15: I noticed there was a notice here that was out of date by like four years. Here's a new notice. NOTICE ME SEMPAI~. Also if something goes wrong with the archives, fastest contact is via irc.thisisnotatrueending.com.

2015-02-04: Due to overwhelming size, .pdf files are no longer supported.

2016-04-28: The shiny new archive for the trial board /qst/ is now available here.

2016-05-23: Searching tags or titles/descriptions now includes results from both /tg/ and /qst/ archives, which should make it easier for QMs to maintain continuity between boards.

Archived Threads

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ThreadTitleDescriptionTagsAddedScore
April 2012
18734234A concept of Human Ingenuity and madnessDurendal shares his idea for a space setting where spaceships are all biological; grown from humans. /tg/ takes the concept and runs with it; yielding interesting results and both clean and slightly-fetishy variants of the setting.setting, development, space, ship, grimdark, transhuman, giant, giantess, war, freaky, biological, bioship, The Archivist2012-04-16 11 
18744841Thomas the Space EngineOP comes to /tg/ asking for help with his homebrew setting. It is a setting where in his words: the players get to play a small fleet of sentient, mostly self reliant warships that also have android Avatars.homebrew, GM, sci-fi, A.I, Space Engine, spaceship, space ship, space, sentient ships, The Archivist2012-04-17 12 
August 2012
20193011EmulsiworldAnon describes a dream where mankind is drawn to a new planet through portals on Earth. There they find a hollow but still living tree where they make a new home: Hope. The planet, as big as Jupiter, is host to other such trees, some with other splinter evolutions of mankind, at war with the Keepers, a race of machines which cull mankind's divergent evolutions until extinction.Homebrew, original content, crunchless fluff, science fiction, post-apocalypse, Hope, arcology, game ideas, world building, The Archivist2012-08-05 17 
October 2012
21164426Revolutio Daedali; Revolution and industry in the Ancient WorldIn the effort to be a positive influence on his little brother, the OP of this thread decided to craft a homebrew setting based on an alternate vision of the Ancient World in the throes of an industrial, political, and social revolution, brought on by the inventions of Daedalus.Setting, Homebrew, Ancient, Ancients, Rome, Greece, Macydonia, Egypt, Industrial, Revolution, Worldbuilding, world building, The Archivist2012-10-17 28 
November 2012
21460436Monster GuardOP's intent is a thread where /tg/ pretends to be the monster under the bed. Due to OP's image selection, it turns into something darker, where the monster under the bed (and in the closet!) defends the child from abusive parents. OP returns, decides to reveal his writefag power level... and makes a setting out of this concept.Homebrew, original content, crunchless fluff, world building, monsters, nightmares, abuse, child, children, The Archivist2012-11-06 21 
December 2013
28965839Russian Setting and Lore discussionOP starts a thread asking /tg/ about Russian mythology and lore. Interesting discussion ensues between classic Russian folklore and the Soviet Era revisionist stuff.The Archivist, setting, worldbuilding, world building, homebrew, Russia, folklore, folk lore, campaign setting2013-12-20 21 
February 2014
30061998D&D Discussions: Economic systemsAlso known as: A treatise on the problem with gold vs what player characters go around to buy.The Archivist, homebrew, economics, money, gold, setting, world, worldbuilding, world building, 2014-02-06 3 
30161181The Endless TrainOP Describes a setting centered around an infinitely long train that you can never leave, and if you do, almost can never get back on. The discussion within covers development of the setting further.The Archivist, homebrew, setting, surreal, surrealism, horror, train, trains, campaign, campaign setting2014-02-11 18 
30347627The 90sAnon who grew up in the 90s asks /tg/ to help him design a setting set in the 90s. What follows is a discussion on 90s pop culture, music, movies, entertainment, and everything else. Warning, Nostalgia.The Archivist, homebrew, setting, worldbuilding, modern, 1990, 90s, nineties, world building, nostalgia2014-02-19 22 
30439121Decolonilist settingsWherein a discussion is had about creating settings with no Western influence - in the Christian and Roman sense of the word.The Archivist, homebrew, setting, worldbuilding, history, alternative history, alternative, campaign setting, world building, mesoamerica, precolonial, africa, asia2014-02-24 5 
30519810On PeasantsWere they really dirty, uneducated, ignorant and as expendable as they are portrayed? Or is there something more to the Medieval and Fantasy peasant than what we know? Answers to this and more to be found here.The Archivist, peasants, peasant, peasantry, setting, world building, settings2014-02-27 7 
May 2014
32199372Exhume: Ex Cinis CinerisOP begins by asking TG for campaign setting ideas, and starts by sharing one of his own, a setting which tells the tale of a tapestry of human extinction and horrific mechanical life attempting to mimic their forebears.The Archivist, setting, homebrew, campaign, idea, existentialism, transhumanism, posthumanism, horror2014-05-18 20 
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This is my very simple attempt to come up with an archival program. Enter the thread number (/tg/ only) and a brief title and one-sentence description and hit Go!; it'll archive a copy of the page for future lulz. Archived threads are checked every two hours for updates until the thread 404s. (I never thought threads would last over two days but 1614919 proved me very wrong.) To refresh an existing archived thread, simply attempt to add it again, and it will be immediately refreshed.

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Mods, if this script seems too spammy, I can up the checking interval, lower the time limit, or remove this altogether. Ideally, it should mean a simple 12 pageloads for a day per new thread, and it does not re-download images, so the load should be negligible.

 

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