Disney Villains Victorious is a /tg/ homebrew project based on the idea of a world, not entirely unlike our own, in which all the villains from all the Disney animated feature films were not defeated at the ends of their movies but were instead victorious, completing their goals in part or in whole.It is a world in which Ursula rules the seas, defied only by the uncatchable Pirate Lords, the cutthroat merchants of the East India Trading Company and the might of Atlantis and its magitech-toting mercenaries. It is a world where the grasslands and jungles and forests are prowled not only by fearsome primal beasts like Shere Kahn and Scar but also by the ruthless, tireless hunters that stalk them. It is a world where Europe has been divvied up between evil sorcerous monarchs like Maleficent, the Horned King, Grimhilde and Jafar, mad, inquisitorial clergymen like Frollo, and Dark Gods like Hades and Chernobog.It is not, however, a world completely devoid of courage, heroism or hope. Around the world, the PCs' characters and their allies plot and plan, fight and strive and win their own victories against the villains that would rule them. The time to fight and to be free is now.http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?searchall=Disney+Villains+Victorioushttp://1d4chan.org/wiki/Disney_Villains_Victorious
>>38109092King/Land/Rule: http://1d4chan.org/wiki/Disney_Villains_Victorious_K/L/RsAdventurer's Almanac: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1kI-I-ClcaZc4YPFQzmExOxfqzHAsLOkqLnKufm9Ty5c/edit?pli=1Fluff Catalogue: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1qj_IIuF_rqh_F2L-SeYn-dBiwDTtwWFpnbcXyfcgeE8/editSong Catalogue: (google doc) 1oQniqbLaTCF7V19fnXP0_zUW7GFr3ESziGM6U5mEcC0/editRumour Mill: (google doc) 17CzFrAblibwD__7sEYorqXSz4ILYVp1O4tcQ-mGyYiI/edit?usp=sharingVillain Immortality: http://pastebin.com/kA1wsUzVNational Anthems: http://pastebin.com/Gd9rETxbDTP in the West Story Archive: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ONQ38zlRwgmM90MMkENcmSZhsIhN4r1O0KqxdQn3GKs/editDVV Art Gallery: http://imgur.com/a/1zduaDTP Art Gallery: http://imgur.com/a/iawzwDVV: Dridlock Art Gallery: http://imgur.com/a/s1g3bTRAITS: http://pastebin.com/DsdEgCccPOWERS:http://pastebin.com/pQDDqisUSetting Traits: http://pastebin.com/8RRbwMQTBeast Species: http://pastebin.com/TkYRp6sNChimera Races: http://pastebin.com/B8SkUwWB (Out of date, needs to be updated)Experimental new rules for Yzmic Chimeras http://pastebin.com/p2QaTaiBGoogle doc for character creation:https://docs.google.com/document/d/1m8XSm73Ea4ECdDdP9V4IVJCEBji6HPw43LRPyUCDmx4/edit?usp=sharingFirst Playtest: http://pastebin.com/Vy1E0sHBSecond playtest:http://pastebin.com/qE1kW0YYThird playtest: http://pastebin.com/sWj8Y87vFourth Playtest: http://pastebin.com/SHieN5zLFifth Playtest: http://pastebin.com/TGctR8VASixth Playtest: http://pastebin.com/8wUw2LegSeventh Playtest: http://pastebin.com/ygcRPBzfFirst Campaign Session: http://pastebin.com/Ne7SpFMJSecond Campaign Session: http://pastebin.com/2hbsDP74Third and Fourh Campaign Sessions: http://pastebin.com/cY8TLN0zFifth Campaign Session: http://pastebin.com/v2s3s1viPlaytests are hosted here; https://app.roll20.net/join/601097/mEiDCAMagic IRC is hosted on Mibbit, network is AsyloIRC, room is #DVVmagic
So what is Bill Sykes up to? I think he hasn't been discussed much.
You guys have no fucking clue how much trouble 4chan put me through to post the OP.>The Captcha on Chrome is blocking the Select File button with a 'YO MAN YOU SHOULD TYPE THE CAPTCHA AND COPY PASTE A SICK ASS CODE AT THE BOTTOM' bar, so I had to try another browser.>Internet Explorer was 100% unresponsive, so I had to use my phone.The Start a Thread Button on my phone was also useless until I turned >off mobile.>Then the picture was 'too large' for an hour.Fuck you CAPTCHA, fuck you. Next time somebody else start a new thread, please.>>38109185No clue. A while back Plane made a story where Xanatos mentioned keeping Sykes around to give the appearance of needing assistance from the other factions. He might not be doing that much.
>>38109249I put the idea in my KLR that both Xanatos and Sykes both fully expect the other to betray them.
Most of the King/Villain stat lines are on this Google Doc (including all from 1d4chan)https://docs.google.com/document/d/19e3fTDXa-1YhzZuCk62PKLIu-ETzqOFDV6kiCfeazc8/edit#
Disney Villains Victorious: Gridlocked is the expansion to a /tg/ homebrew project based on the idea of a world in which all the villains from all the Disney animated feature films and shows were not defeated at the ends of their stories, but were instead victorious, completing their goals in part or in whole.It is a world in which a Wasteland covers half of America, occupied only by uncatchable motor bandits, the corporate regime of KaneCo, and the might of AUTO and it's space ship from the future. It is a world where the cities are occupied not only by supervillains and gangsters, but also by the ruthless criminal masterminds that fund them. It is a world where the US has been divvied up into shares between evil CEOs like Syndrome, Shego, and Xanatos, mad, intelligent machines like Drossel and DOR-15, and otherworldly forces like the Galactic Federation and Bill Cypher.It is not, however, a world completely devoid of courage, heroism or hope. Around the world, the PCs' characters and their allies plot and plan, fight and strive and win their own victories against the villains that would rule them. The time to fight and to be free is now.
I added Oogie Boogie's KLR to 1d4Chan.
New SaborName: SaborRole: Smart/Agile VillainClass: Prime PredatorSize: MediumSpecies: Leopard---Attributes---Robustness: 14Agility: 14Intelligence: 10Sensibility: 14Charm: 8Will: 4Strikes: 3+X3, where X is the number of party members.---Skills---Athletics: 8Acrobatics: 8Brawl: 7Stealth: 8Prevent Harm: 6Endure: 6Intimidate: 7Insight: 6---Traits---Low to the Ground: +2 to Stealth rolls where visual detection is a possibilityIn the Forests of the Night: Reroll all Stealth checks at night and keep the better result.Pounce: +4 to Brawl rolls against unaware opponents.Think You Can Hide from Me?: +2 to Insight when attempting to detect people in Stealth.---Powers---Camouflage: After a Strike dealt to this unit, they may roll a Stealth check without counting it towards the character's actions. A successful check means the character has found a sufficient hiding spot after being injured. Only works if there are places suitable to hide.Pinned Ya Again: Spend a Will Point and the character may choose to roll their Brawl vs. an enemy's Robustness/Agility to pin that enemy to the ground at risk of opening up another attack on the character upon failure. Pinned enemies cannot attack until unpinned and must make a Robustness check against a character's Brawl roll to become unpinned every round until defeated or successful escape.
anyone got the cybug villians?
>>38112133Got some of them on here:https://docs.google.com/document/d/1SxB-nIVuJPv1MsYyTSIeAVegQUzirqGTMw8qjoSHNgc/edit#
>>38112163good to see that they're safe, I thought I'd lost them.anyway can you help me think up some powers for Hack and Punch;Hack's a Giant Mecha squid-claw thing with a set of glowing green eyes that is rooted into the code room (think Glados combined with Harbinger and Sovereign) with an avatar in the game as a helper NPC, that really looks like Mr Gryle combined with The monster from a monster in Paris and a plague doctor (Smart/agile)Punch is a result of a cybug eating Kirby and The Yellow Devil in their respective games and, as such, has the mind of a child and a body of malleable nanoblobs (strong/charming(?))
>>38112462I'm going to go on the assumption that you're Otto/Haddock and pitch ideas as usual.For Hack Bug, you can take some Traits from other characters like Kravenn or Scar that involve deception and take the Backdoor in the System Power from Grid and giving it to Hack instead. If you need more inspiration, you could look at the Commantis Dream Eater in Dream Drop Distance. No Kingdom Hearts is getting into this game, but the boss itself is rather interesting in design.First off, Punch Bug should be Strong/Sensible if he really needs to have two roles instead of just Strong. Give him the Dense, Willful Self Delusion or It Doesn't Have Pictures in it to represent it's intelligence. Throw in Devourer and Living Swarm as well. Other useful inclusions would be Combo and Not Fair.All of these Traits and Powers can be found on the Drives. Use ctrl-f to locate them.Can I rename Grid Bug to something relevant to Monsoon? His body's production number was 976-AZQEE, and that sounds like a fitting name for a computer program.
To whoever is writing the fluff, Frollo's Blue Ranger (Ranger Bleu/Le Moine Paisible) doesn't have a background listed, nor does Lady Tremaine. I could use some help with that
>>38113466Where is Lady Tremaine? I don't even know what she's up to. Was the kingdom from Cinderella taken by Frollo or Grimhilde?
>>38113609According to 1d4chan, she's in Frollo's Grand Archdiocese
>>38113638Wow, I didn't even see her before. She doesn't really need a rundown like the original characters do, because we already have an idea of who she is. Might be good to know where she is now, though.Ranger Bleu was a peaceful monk until Pope Pierre II taught him to feel hate and anger towards heretics. Though calm appearing on the outside, his inner rage boils under the surface ready to explode.
>>38113833I'll bear that in mind
Anyone else here? Or will this be the most depressing thread yet?
>>38115652I have a ton of villains I'm working on. Just give me some time.What do you guys want first, Rasputin, Iago, Mr Toad, or (Mystery Box)?
>>38115857Whatever you feel like doing
just let us know so that I can put it onto the Google Doc
>>38115857Isn't Rasputin for Bad Bluth?
>>38117533Villains aren't canon. Besides, we aren't even done with Gridlocked. Or Classic, depending on how you look at it.
>>38117847Point. Besides, I have a certain other expansion in mind before that and after GridLocked...
>>38117847Pont. Besides, I have something in mind before it but after GridLocked...
>>38118302Dear God, man. Think of the children
>>38118302>>38118359Which movies would that entail?
>>38118428The Prince of Egypt, Sinbad, ETC.
Name: IagoRole: Smart/Charismatic VillainClass: SpymasterCountry of Origin: AgrabahSize: SmallSpecies: Parrot---Attributes---Robustness: 4Agility: 10Intelligence: 12Sensibility: 10Charm: 10Will: 4Strikes: 3+3x---Skills---Acrobatics: 5Athletics: 4Ranged: 4Brawl: 4Prevent Harm: 5Endure: 6Stealth: 6Legerdemain: 4Deceit: 6Persuasion: 6Intimidate: 4Occult: 4Linguistics: 6Insight: 5---Traits---Flight: Obviously, you can fly. That's just the nature of the beastShiny!: +4 on Legerdemain when Stealing something shiny. It's hidden in the beak.Rant: If your Charisma exceeds that of the foe by at least 5 points, you can socially attack a second time in the same turn.Sharp-Tongued: Gain +3 on social attacks to belittle, demean or browbeat another character.Prideful Parrot Social Strikes count double. For every double Social Strike taken, obtain a +3 to all attack and Intimidate rolls against the party that inflicted them.---Powers---Does Not Want A Cracker: Whenever attacked socially by asking if he wants a cracker, his Endure roll is automatically considered to be a failure, but the benefits of Prideful Parrot are doubled.Talk Talk: Add half of Linguistics to Deception when imitating voices.I Read About That!: Spend a Will Point. Gain +3 to the next Academics, Occult, or Science roll you make. Roll twice and take the better result.Closing the Debate: May only be used in the middle of a Rant. The character may cancel their Rant with a physical attack instead of making a second social attack.---BIZARRE ADVENTURE MODE---Pet Shop at the Gates of Hell: As a reward for serving the Sultan faithfully, Iago has received as a magical item to protect himself with. Known as the Cap of Horus, this bizarre hat grants the bird that wears it the ability to manipulate ice. Iago is treated as having Ice Magic, Freeze, Ice Shards, Ice Shield, Blizzard, and Ice Conjuration. Destroyed when he is defeated.
>>38118639Chicken Run and Antz would fit in.
>>38118796Speaking of ants, are we including A Bug's Life n GridLocked?
>>38118844A long time ago, somebody mentioned swarms of grasshoppers consuming crops in the west like locus.
>>38118876Oh, I just thought of The Prince Of Egypt in relation to locusts.
>>38118922Wouldn't making Egypt an independent power punch a huge hole in the Sultanate?
>>38118982Yeah but I think we should integrate Nightmares and Bad Bluth to Classic.
>>38119059On that subject, how do you think Rasputin will react to being right next to Churned Up Bog?
>>38119135I was under the impression that he was backed by Chernobog. I was going to have him as a Bald Mountain Villain.
>>38119169Huh. That could be good but i'm talking him in Bad Bluth ruling a chuck of Eurasia.
I can see Kung Fu Panda and How to Train Your Dragon fitting in. Maybe Shrek.
>>38119375Shrek might fit in, yeah.
Given my current predicament, I can't post the map here. We should start messing around with the classic map to see what fits in the literal sense.
HEY, I've been in this threads for quite some time now and it is bothering me a whole lot that the intro post for the threads hasn't changed to reflect that we are in Gridlock. This is not a hard thing, and something Im going to fix tonight. Can someone post the Gridlocked map for me? I want something to look at as I rewrite it.
>>38119683see >>38110161Also, we are only technically in Gridlocked. We keep adding things to the old world all the time.The most recent Gridlocked map is somewhere. Check a thread back or two. It's just America.
>>38119683Had it saved.
>>38119902I liked it when the Wasteland was closer in size to this one http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/37386478/images/1421722683128.pngMaybe it can eat into some of Syndrome's holdings up north, if anyone else thinks it's a good idea.
>>38120125I've already reduced Syndrome's land.
>>38120125I've already reduced Syndrome's territory quite a bit.
>>38120287>>38120316On second thought, I like the new structure of the map. Very angular compared to Classic.
Who the hell keeps downvoting usGet to upvoting
Disney Villains Victorious is a /tg/ homebrew project based on the idea of a world, not entirely unlike our own, in which all the villains from all the Disney animated feature films were not defeated at the ends of their movies but were instead victorious, completing their goals in part or in whole.It is an America in which Syndrome’s robot army rules the Rocky Mountains, defied only by the mysterious and brooding Yokai of San Fransokyo and the Californian Coast, the Horrors of the Gravity Falls Triangle in Oregon and Washington and the might of Dr. Heinz Doofenshmirtz in his strongholds in Utah, Wyoming, and Colorado. It is an America where the grasslands and oilfields of the Oklahoma and Texas are run by the scheming Shego through her Drakktech corporation, it’s harsh but individualistic meritocracy strongly at odds with the hive mind of DOR-15 Inc which runs the rest of the South. It is an American where the free spirits of Motorcity routinely delve into the Buy and Large Wastelands, and from afar David Xanatos watches from his Orwellian headquarters in New York City.It is not, however, a world completely devoid of courage, heroism or hope. Around the remains of America, the PCs' characters and their allies plot and plan, fight and strive and win their own victories against the villains that would rule them. The time to fight and to be free is now.Thoughts?
>>38120410The last time you say 'It is an America', you put 'an American' by mistake. Other than that, I like your version better than mine.Can we talk about Big Hero 6 spoilers freely yet?
>>38120554Disney Villains Victorious is a /tg/ homebrew project based on the idea of a world, not entirely unlike our own, in which all the villains from all the Disney animated feature films were not defeated at the ends of their movies but were instead victorious, completing their goals in part or in whole.It is an America in which Syndrome’s robot army rules the Rocky Mountains, defied only by the mysterious and brooding Yokai of San Fransokyo and the Californian Coast, the Horrors of the Gravity Falls Triangle in Oregon and Washington and the might of Dr. Heinz Doofenshmirtz in his strongholds in Utah, Wyoming, and Colorado. It is an America where the grasslands and oilfields of Oklahoma and Texas are run by the scheming Shego through her Drakktech corporation, it’s harsh but individualistic meritocracy strongly at odds with the hive mind of DOR-15 Inc which runs the rest of the South. It is an America where the free spirits of Motorcity routinely delve into the Buy and Large Wastelands, and from afar David Xanatos watches from his Orwellian headquarters in New York City.It is not, however, a world completely devoid of courage, heroism or hope. Throughout the ruins of America the PCs' characters and their allies plot and plan, fight and strive and win their own victories against the villains that would rule them. This is Gridlocked.http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?searchall=Disney+Villains+Victorioushttp://1d4chan.org/wiki/Disney_Villains_VictoriousThis should have the changes. Anywho I think we can talk about Big Hero 6, we have to if we want to get anything done. To be honest there are a few shows in this setting that I havent seen, Big Hero 6 being one of them until I realized I needed to see it or I wouldnt be able to contribute.In fact I think that may be the issue. Vanilla DVV is stuff we all have seen. Not so with gridlocked. And we have a theme for vanilla. All vanilla is romance >cont
>>38120698All vanilla is romance and how Churnobog screwed that up. It is a very constant theme and it gives flavor to the whole setting. Gridlocked doesnt have that. Gridlocked is mainly tv shows instead of movies, so how they approach story telling and the messages they tell are different. Even the movies included are not about love, they are about family or living your dreams, or simply fitting in, etc.I think we need to figure out what is the common core message in all the shows we have chosen for Gridlocked, so we can turn on it. Vanilla DVV are are epics, grand tales. But until we do so, I think the setting is going to feel fragmented and it will be hard for people to commit to it.
Gave Xanatos and Doof a couple more bits of land.
>>38120808The biggest thing Gridlocked has going for it right now is politics between corporations and how they affect the common man.>>38120825I think you missed a brown spot when coloring in the east coast grey. Could we get a red outline around the AXIOM again? I found it aesthetically pleasing. Sorry for being pushy.
>>38120960I agree with corporation's effects on the common man being a good theme and as for the map, here.
Moscow is in the center of Bald Mountain, so having the Mad Monk set up shop there is too perfect to waste. Maybe it's the only city in BM territory, but the people are so dead not even gossip brings them up anymore.
>>38121303good to know
Just a random lurker popping in to say this shit is pretty fucking cool.Godspeed guys.
>>38122124Thank God the project didn't go into hibernation.
You know who else would make a suitable Scottish King if Fergus and Mordu kill eachother? Macbeth. The world isn't what you would call 'chronologically stable', so perhaps he can be found in Classic and Gridlocked as two different incarnations of himself.Did you guys know that one of the proposed Gargoyles spin offs was a prequel in the Dark Ages? Even if it was never made, it provides a slight justification for Gargoyles in Classic. That, and Gargoyles was meant to have a crossover with the cancelled Team Atlantis show.
Name: The Dark Lord Chuckles The Silly PiggyRole: Smart/Charming VillainClass: Sorcerous SwineCountry of Origin: Udrogoth/Under EmpireSize: SmallSpecies: Anthropomorphic Pig---Attributes---Robustness: 6Agility: 8Intelligence: 18Sensibility: 8Charm: 15Will: 4Strikes: 3+3x---Skills---Ranged: 7Brawl: 3Prevent Harm: 6Endure: 6Deceit: 5Persuasion: 5Intimidate: 3Academics: 5Science: 5Occult: 7Mechanics: 4Driving: 3Insight: 5Music: 4Craft: 5---Traits---Truffle Hunter: +3 to Travel or Insight when foraging for food.IT'S SO PINK AND CUTE!: +2 Persuasion when taking advantage of your adorable appearance.Prideful Sorcerer: Every Social Strike against this character counts double. For every double social strike taken, obtain +3 against all attack and intimidation rolls against the character/party that inflicted itDon’t You Disrespect Me, Little Man!: +3 to Intimidate if this character has taken a Social Strike in this sceneMaster Sorcerer: +5 to all rolls involved Occult and any acts of magic. If any other magical users are nearby, add +2 for each. This unit can choose to apply any effect to its magical attacks (Burning, Frostbite, Poison, etc)---Powers---Overwhelming Magic: This unit can roll Occult + Intelligence + Ranged in order to deal magical damage.Change!: Spend a Will Point and select a character. If the character fails the resistance test, Transform that character’s species and size to any other available for 1d6 turns. The target obtains the suitable benefits and drawbacks.Conjuration: This unit can use Occult + Craft to instantly produce any sort of normal item. If it’s a magical item, spend a Will Point.
>>38127621---Equipment---The Mystic Amulet of Hogswineboar: +3 to all acts of magic. Required for The Dark Lord Chuckles The Silly Piggy to use magic. He keeps it in some kind of ‘pocket’ on his body.Cape: +1 EndureRundown: An unknown factor in Prydain. Despite claiming to be a powerful sorcerer from a distant land called Udrogoth, he could just as easily be a leftover from England who slowly lost his mind in the sewers. Delusional or not, The Dark Lord Chuckles The Silly Piggy is determined to either return to the land he once conquered or start over in the realm of the Horned King. With such a powerful magical item on his person, supporting him may be just as risky as opposing him. The Caudron mists make him queasy, so he spends most of his time plotting underground and wears a gas mask on the surface.
>>38127621>>38127633Oh god this is really funny
Name: Grigori RasputinRole: Smart VillainClass: Mad MonkCountry: Bald MountainSize: MediumSpecies: Lich---Attributes---Robustness: 14Agility: 15Intelligence: 25Sensibility: 16Charm: 16Will: 6Strikes: 7+4x---Skills---Ranged: 7Prevent Harm: 10Endure: 12Deceit: 10Persuasion: 7Intimidate: 10Academics: 6Science: 6Occult: 18Insight: 8Music: 6---Traits---Black Avatar: This unit is an Avatar of CHERNOBOG. He gets +5 to Persuade and/or Intimidate His servants to do anything, and can automatically make them obey as long as Rasputin is working in His best interest.Undead: Unit is not affected by poisons, music, semi-intense climate change, or medical sciences.Hater of The Russian King: +3 to harm nobility.You Know I Am a Righteous Man: +2 Deceive to convince people that this unit is honest, pious, and alive.Don’t You Disrespect Me, Little Man!: +3 to Intimidate if this character has taken a Social Strike in this scene.Master Sorcerer: +5 to all rolls involved Occult and any acts of magic. If any other magical users are nearby, add +2 for each. This unit can choose to apply any effect to its magical attacks. Examples include Burning, Frostbite, or Poison.
>>38129142---Powers---In The Dark Of The Night: Reroll Occult checks at night and keep the better result.Rasputin Undeath: Rasputin is immortal. He cannot be defeated in any way while his reliquary is intact. He keeps the reliquary on his person at all times, or even inside his person. If his reliquary is destroyed, Rasputin dies for good. Being immortal does not stop Rasputin from taking Strikes, but receiving a Strike while out of them doesn't affect him meaningfully.Overwhelming Magic: This unit can roll Occult + Intelligence + Ranged in order to deal magical damage.Conjuration: This unit can use Occult+Craft to instantly produce any sort of normal item. If it’s a magical item, spend a Will Point.Teleportation: This unit can freely appear in any point inside his territory if not protected in some way.---Equipment---Black Robes: +1 Prevent Harm, +2 Endure, +2 IntimidateReliquary of The Black God: +5 to all acts of magic. Rasputin may take an action to summon 3d6 demon mooks from it. As long as the Reliquary is intact, Rasputin is immortal. Destroying it will attract His attention.
First things first, I'm the guy who (along with Architect) has been working on the Kings/Villains/Other Characters Google Doc for Classic. Progress has been good, and I'm now going back through the threads to see if I've missed anything.Also, Architect has come up with a game mechanic for dungeon crawls. The TL:DR version is that it relies on either Travel or Driving to get through a given dungeon, but it's a bit more complex, so I'll let Architect make his full pitch when he has time.For those of you interested, here's the Google Doc link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/19e3fTDXa-1YhzZuCk62PKLIu-ETzqOFDV6kiCfeazc8/edit#
>>38129596Note, the link is to the Google Doc with statlines. Architect's dungeon crawl mechanic will be posted on /tg/ in full when he is ready.
Rules Question: How exactly do vehicles work (and if vehicle combat is a thing, how does it work?)
DUNGEONSDungeons are any sufficiently closed off area you are raiding with a Villain, King, or something very important at the end. An area is not considered a Dungeon unless you face resistance of some kind. Dungeons must be explored with Travel (or Drive, if possible) + 3d6.Each Dungeon has a Size, a Complexity rating, and unique traits.Size refers to how big a Dungeon is and much Travelling must be put into a Dungeon before reaching the end.Complexity is the penalty to Travel when rolling to reach the next Floor.When you reach a Floor (starting with the entrance), each party member rolls Travel.The highest Travel result of the party subtracts from the Size of the Dungeon, representing the group getting closer to their destination and how far they move before being stopped. If your end up with a negative result, you either made no progress or found yourself at a dead end and had to move backwards.After that, you roll on a random table for challenges or traps that slows the party down. In most cases, you won't have to roll these again when moving back.Examples include Cauldronborn soldiers to be fought/avoided with Stealth or an especially thick cauldron mist that needs to be Endured to pass through without getting Poisoned.After passing that, you move on to the next Floor. You may heal up and take a quick breather between Floors. However, most King's Dungeons will be too busy to allow for breaks without consequences.Floors are more narrative than literal. Dungeons don't have a specific amount of Floors, but the Size and Complexity remain constant. Don’t hold me to that last part, because you bet some of the zanier dungeons are going to change Size and Complexity as part of their special effects. Wonderland is a good example.
>>38131741An example of a large but simple Dungeon would be the plains around Pride Rock, being mostly flat land. Good luck making your supplies last with those hyenas around.A small but complicated Dungeon would be Elsa's Labyrinth. Bring warm clothes and fire.A mildly large and complex dungeon would be Agrabah Palace, but it's real challenge would be Jafar assaulting the players with illusions sending them backwards and waves of guards meeting them at every route.Dungeons can be an interesting mechanic because it gives a little structure to the narrative nature of exploration.>The player characters Hannah, Sverd, and Naacha are exploring a once abandoned Incan temple. A girl from the nearby village is ill, and only a rare flower at the top of temple can cure her. Too bad the temple is occupied by aggressive chimeras.>All three of them roll for Travel. Sverd's roll is highest, so they follow his lead this Floor. It's small and has a rather simple layout, so the temple offers little penalties.>The challenge for this Floor is a floor trap. Naacha smells danger and stays away, but Hannah fails her Insight roll and has to roll Prevent Harm to avoid being stabbed by the spike hazard she set off.>Several Floors of combat and traps later, the reach the top and take the flower for the village girl. As the Dungeon was cleared of all traps and monsters, they can leave the temple without conflict.
>>38131766These rules can also apply to the long roads between towns and cities.Measure Size as Distance and Complexity as Terrain. Some terrains may be incompatible with certain modes of transportation. Use Travel or Drive as usual.>The party of Crash, Sanda, and Fiona need to take the road from Salt Lake City to Middleton. Crash has the best Drive, so he is the character behind the wheel making the Drive rolls. That generic but incredibly important flash drive isn’t going to deliver itself.>The distance is long, but their mode of transportation (Mr. H) supplies a Drive bonus that makes the ride shorter.>Then, the group rolls for road trip challenges on an appropriate table.>Some of the road challenges included losing a tire (-2 Drive) and nearly being mugged by a small time super thug at a gas station. Several days later, they reach Middleton. Their car gets stopped by the privatized police force, but they got to their destination relatively unharmed.Other examples would be seafaring and space exploration, but you get the idea.
>>38119902wjere's doomtown ?
>>38131894We're still not sure where Toons belong in DVV, which is why they still aren't on the map. I can make a racial template for them and see where we go from there.Also, I forgot my name for those previous posts.
>>38131968To add to this, Toons are in a bit of an awkward place. For example, Mickey Mouse would be considered both a Mouse and a Toon. We then come to the issues of:1. What sets a Toon Mouse and a Regular Mouse apart?2. If there are no downsides to playing as a Toon, only good bits, it throws the game balance all out of whack, because usually people will pick something powerful, especially if it comes with no weakness.
>>38132175Then you have to find some type of counterbalance system, and things get messy real quick.
>>38132175>>38132193My current idea is just to treat Toons/Anthropomorphic Animals as Human/Animal Chimeras. Most interpretations of Mickey have him as a human sized mouse that follows physics like a normal creature. Toons with physics defying abilities would have to get specific Traits and Powers for it.
>>38131894We had it in the earliest versions of the Classic map, but we nuked it when we decided toons would go in a later expansion.
>>38132528Probably a good idea
>>38131894Toon is it's own expansion.
>>38133342Has work started on said expansion yet?
>>38134113Do you count the animal people we already have in the setting? If not, than no.What belongs in the Toon Expansion, counting only Disney Properties:>Who Framed Roger Rabbit>Mickey Mouse Comics>Ducktales/Donald Duck Comics>Darkwing Duck>Paperinik Adventures>Pretty sure I'm missing some
>>38134289I wasn't counting the animal characters (Scar, Prince John, etc.) in my question
>>38134770Then we need to figure out these characters' places in the world.>Doomtown is the central hub of the Doomroads, an interstate that can take you anywhere you need to go, especially when you didn't know you needed to be there. Small shanty towns (Toon Towns) form under these massive roads, and a majority of Toons that have nowhere to go gravitate to the Doomroads instinctually.>Duckburg is easily one of the safest places to be right now. Mayor Scrooge taxes his citizens as much as he can to protect them from the dangers of the outside world. If they don't like being poor, they can just climb over everybody else to reach the Mcduck corporate ladder.>We already talked about the Evronians, who have a foothold in New Zealand and have recently invaded Duckburg from the inside.>St. Canard is a city of chaos. Most places in America have some form of peace in them despite the conflicts. Even The Wasteland has a strange serenity. Negaduck enjoys suffering too much to let that happen.>Hollywood is for humans. Even in modern day, getting an animal a lead role in a film is easier said than done. Life is just a living disappointment for any toons looking for their big break here.>The Phantom Blot is somewhere, because that guy is great
>>38135382Duckburg might be under Flintheart Glomgold's financial control, or under Merlock or Magica De Spell's magical control.
>>38135568Now we're talking. The Beagle Boys got their big break and cleaned out the Money Bin. Scrooge's enemies swooped in to finish the job, taking the rest of his assets and Duckburg for themselves.
>>38135644Pete's probably rich and pampered somewhere, not sure about the rest of the main Disney characters.
>>38136114Until we figure out the others, what did Pete do to get rich? Shipping? House of Pete?
>>38136234House of Pete seems about right, just running a night club for profit and entertainment.
>>38136549I'm alright with Gridlocked Mickey being a Toon actor who quit show business when it got bad and tried to open his own club. Then Pete kicked him out when the House got big and he's been looking for a job ever since.
>>38134113We're still in the middle of GridLocked and i'm planning on starting work on Nightmare and Bad Bluth after that. You want to increase my workload more?
>>38137259I was asking because I've been doing a lot of work with getting all of the characters for Classic assembled. If anything, I don't want you to start yet, because that's ultimately going to be more work for me too.
>>38137358Yeah, sorry. Kind of snapped at you.
>>38137924Eh, I didn't really care too much. You sounded sarcastic, so that's how I took it. Besides, the DVV Classic stat lines doc is already at 156 pages, and will probably end up somewhere around 170, so I know what lots of work feels like.
>>38138201Yeah. So, back on topic, how is Doof doing, Fluff wise?
>>38138282Well, he's certainly doing
>>38138282Other than ruling the Tri State Area, things are probably the same. Birds sing, sun shines, people subscribe to Doof's blog or be arrested. Same old, same old. That, or it's a lot like his Second Dimension counterpart.
>>38138381>it's a lot like his Second Dimension counterpart.No. Doof should be a comedic villain. He's the humorously mad scientist.
>>38138806I agree with you there. We need a comedic villain.Almost done with Oogie Boogie. Gave him an even bigger version of Yzma's 'Pull the Lever' Power because of his obsession with gambling.
>>38138927It's strange because when Doof was first brought up, I was against his inclusion specifically because he was too comedic in my view. Then someone pointed out that Yzma is effectively a female version of him and I had no problem with her.
Name: Oogie BoogieRole: Smart/Charming VillainClass: Bug Day KingCountry of Origin: The HinterlandsSize: MediumSpecies: Oogie Boogie Man---Attributes---Robustness: 14Agility: 10Intelligence: 18Sensibility: 10Charm: 16Will: 6Strikes: 7+4x---Skills---Melee: 6Ranged: 8Brawl: 7Prevent Harm: 15Endure: 12Legerdemain: 8Deceit: 14Persuasion: 12Intimidate: 18Occult: 16Mechanics: 14Insight: 12Music: 14Craft: 10---Traits---KING: This unit is a KING. It gets +10 to Persuade its servants to do anything if opposed in some way, and can automatically make them obey if nobody is trying to incite rebellion among them.Master of a Holiday This unit can call in his Villains to aid him in a fight if they haven’t been defeated beforehand.High Roller: Oogie Boogie can use dice as +2 Ranged weapons.My Bugs!: Oogie Boogie loses twice as many Strikes from attacks that would cut or tear at his body. His Endure is halved against tests to avoid acquiring a status effect.I’m Gonna Do the Best I Can: Oogie Boogie regains Will Points when personally disposing of a living creature in his Torture Chamber.
>>38139504---Powers---Gamblin’ Boogie Man: Spend a Will Point. Oogie Boogie throws his special dice, triggering the machines in his Torture Chamber to do their stuff. Roll 2d6 for the following effects:2. Snake Eyes!?: Nothing happens to the players, but Oogie Boogie becomes Stunned.3. Trap Door: A trap doors open in the Torture Floor, forcing the PCs to pass an Acrobatics check of TN20 to avoid falling into it. Falling drops a PC out of the battle 3d6 Distance, and they must make their way back with Travel to continue the fight. If all of the PCs are caught in the trap, the battle ends and the characters are kicked out of Oogie Boogie Tower.4. Dead Man’s Party: 20 Bug Mooks slither into the room and attack the PCs.5. Oogie Roulette: The Torture Floor begins to spin, throwing everyone and everything on the ground around like rag-dolls. The PCs will be required to make Acrobatics checks of TN25 every or become Stunned.6. The Floor is Lava: PCs on the Torture Floor must Test Acrobatics and reach TN20 or be Burned.cont
>>381395627. Cutting Deck: The Torture Floor’s playing cards swing their swords around, dealing Oogie’s Melee damage score to all combatants within range. Each of these attacks may be dodged by passing an Prevent Harm check of TN20. These attacks causes Bleeding.8. The Knights of Oingo Boingo: 10 horrifying Insect Lackeys drop from the ceiling to aid Oogie Boogie in battle.9. Texas Shootout: The Torture Floor is fired upon by mechanical cowboys, dealing Oogie’s Ranged damage score to all combatants within range. Each of these attacks may be dodged by passing an Acrobatics check of TN25.10. Paralytic Gas: Players on the Torture Floor must test Endure TN20 or be Poisoned and Stunned.11. Mushroom Samba: Players on the Torture Floor must test Endure TN25 or suffer Pink Elephants.12. JACKPOT: Roll twice on this table and take both results, rerolling duplicates.Although I Don’t Play Fair: Oogie may spend a second Will Point when he activates Gamblin’ Boogie Man and choose any effect between 3 and 11 instead of rolling normally.Shadow on the Moon at Night: Oogie Boogie may call upon his shadow to take a Strike for him. However, doing so also incurs a -1 Prevent Harm penalty that is cumulative over the course of an encounter.Bag of Tricks: Where is Oogie’s bag of tricks? He is a bag of tricks! Oogie Boogie may use Craft + Occult to generate various foul objects (traps, potions, poisons and other things) from his body and use them against his enemies.This would be so much easier if i could see how many characters were left.
>>38139583---Equipment---Oogie’s Dice: Required for Gamblin’ Boogie Man. +2 Ranged because of the High Roller Trait.Screaming Gas: Glass bottle that is thrown Ranged. Causes Fear. TN25 Endure.Spider Trap: Ranged weapon that causes Binding if it isn’t avoided.Torture Chamber: Oogie Boogie’s prefered arena. The new and improved Torture Chamber boasts all sorts of nasty traps synchronized to Oogie’s Dice. The Bug Day King will often be watching his victims from the observation area of his arena.Torture Floor: The bottom of the Torture Chamber is where the magic happens. Conveniently, Players climbing up Oogie Boogie Tower will find themselves here. Players can get from the Floor to the observation area with Athletics TN30.Finished.
>>38139562>>38139583>>38139606You weren't lying when you said you went nuts with his Pull the Lever
Bumping for 'murrica
>>38144554One last bump for tonight
Anyone have the status on the classic PDF?Also, I'm really sad all the DTP stuff stopped, I really liked hearing our sample characters adventures.
>>38149762The status on the Drive is "unfishised, but we're getting there and we would get there faster if people helped out."If there's anything that belongs in the book that isn't there yet, please put it here:https://docs.google.com/document/d/188sdY5frwIsmjxlTt1dUSnUrRY_jcRVsPv5Q_B3kN6I/
>>38150144I was looking at that, and noticed that a lot of stuff is not in the book, but merely links to other places. Isn't that counterintuitive? I thought that the PDF is supposed to include everything.
>>38150948It's not counterintuitive, it means nobody put it there yet. Here is what I know needs to be added:>Beasts>Chimeras and Toons>Travelling (working on new version)>sample characters>new Equipment rules
>>38151430Well excuse me for using the wrong word then. How was I supposed to know that those weren't supposed to be permanent? Not actually mad, just tired as hell
>>38151430Aren't beasts, chimeras and equipment already in the pastebins and on 1d4chan? Also The character creation drive is full of sample characters.
>>38151913Those are just random characters people put up. The DTP team is our sample characters.
>>38151691Actually, you did use the right word. I was just pointing out that the intention was to put everything on one document and convert it to a PDF. Sorry for the misunderstanding.>>38151913Yes, Beasts and Chimeras are on the Pastebins. We need to copy them from the Pastebin to the core book so that somebody who downloads the book can read the information from there. Also, the Equipment rules on the 1d4chan are outdated.
>>38152465Are we going to put the Kings/Villains stat lines on as well?
>>38153094Most likely. Alternatively, we can put all of the separate documents in a folder/zip and release it as that. Either is workable.
>>38153442Be warned: the Kings/Villains thing is huge. As in 160 pages huge
>>38153522Scratch that, then. Here is what I think the DVV folder should have:>Core Rulebook>Classic Kings & Villains + KLRs>Gridlocked Kings & Villains + KLRs>Space Expansion>Rumor Mill and Adventurer's Almanac>Dungeons & Roads>Extracanonical Book (Not Disney & Reference materials go here)Is that about everything?
>>38153815I feel like we should first finish the core rulebook, then combine the Rumor Mill, Adventurer's Almanac, and Kings/Villains for each expansion and release those as single PDFs (so the Classic one would have the Classic Rumor Mill, Classic Adventurer's Almanac, and Classic Kings/Villains, as well as maybe a couple example Dungeons and Roads)
>>38153888I actually did finish an example Road. It's a bit (pardon the pun) rough around the edges, but it works for the time being.Road: Mountain PassLand: Hunnic ChinaDistance: 45Terrain: Rocky (-2 Travel, -3 Drive), Secluded (+2 Stealth)Conflicts:1. Huns: A detachment of Hunnic warriors has been dispatched to scout the area. Depending on your relationship with the government, they might harass you a bit before letting you pass or attempt to arrest you.2. Rebels: Your party encounters a group of roaming bandits. They may try to take your money if you look wealthy, or your life if you put up a fight. If you are an enemy of the Huns, they could be an unexpected ally.3. Landslide: The party climbed a mountain and they turned around. All players must roll Prevent Harm to TN20 to avoid falling snow and rock debris, or the landslide will bring you down 1 Strike. In addition, add +15 to the Distance.4. Cold Mountain Winds: All players must roll Endure to TN20 to avoid taking a Strike from the extreme cold.5. Nothing: Nothing eventful occurs to the party.6. Hidden Village: The travelling party discovers a friendly village in the mountains. They may rest there for a day to resupply and recover from their journey.
>>38153937can you done something for spirit shrines Im thinking (1d12)+(1d6-1) for spirit types, whether or not the spirit in question is going to talk to you will be more of a challenge...
>>38153815>>38153888Don't forget sample chars + fluff for 'em. Can't have anything without our flagship characters.
>>38154202>(1d12)+(1d6-1)That's a bit too much. We want to keep to just d6, right?How about this?>5. Spirit Shrine: Your group discovers lost and desecrated shrine that has been savaged by the huus and eroded by the elements. Some wayward ghosts (or even the shrine guardian) might still be around, searching for vengeance.Or you can keep 5 as Nothing and replace 6. I don't know.>>38154267We can include the DTP stories in a separate book.
>>38154448I like it as it is, maybe have a scared shrine in the hidden village, the goal of hunnic china is not only to take out shan yu but to prevent the people who embody the traits of the twelve spirits and their followers killing each other to find out who the next emperor is
It was bad enough when I could post pictures, now I can't post at all on my computer. Fuck you, swirling circle.Anyway, I compared some maps on the internet to try and find Duckburg. It would be in Eureka, California. St. Canard is on the other side of the Audubon Bay Bridge that connects the two cities. Spoonerville and Mouseton are somewhere nearby. The Territory for Glomgold/De Spell and Calisota would be about the proposed State of Jefferson.
At least I'm back on the computer.Jefferson:https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/archive/d/d4/20100918025429!Map_of_USA_JF.pnghttps://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/01/Calisota_location.pngDuckburg and Eureka:https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/50/Localisation_de_Donaldville.svghttps://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/f/f4/Northern_California_Map_USGS_Topography2.jpg
Clarisse the BeastRole: Strong/Smart GalCountry of Origin: FranceSize: LargeSpecies: Fairytale Beast---Attributes---Robustness: 13Agility: 12Intelligence: 13Sensibility: 12Charm: 5Will: 4Strikes: 4+X---Skills---Acrobatics: 5Athletics: 6Brawl: 5Prevent Harm: 6Endure: 4Stealth: 4Academics: 3Persuasion: 4Intimidate: 6Travel: 5Insight: 5Music: 6---Traits---Bad First Impressions: -3 Persuasion and +3 Intimidate whenever this character meets another for the first time.Beastly Strength: +2 to Brawl and +2 to Prevent Harm rolls when used with Robustness.Daddy Issues: +3 Insight while perceiving others' familial issues, but -3 to all roles to oppose her "father" Gaston.Loyal Friend: +2 to all rolls performed in the service of friendship.---Powers---Tales As Old As Time: Spend a Will Point. +10 to Academics checks while remembering how an old fairytale or story relates to the current situation.Unleash The Beast: Spend a Will Point. +2 Athletics, +2 Brawl, +2 Prevent Harm, and +2 Endure for the rest of the scene. Cumulative -1 to Endure after each time this Power is used until Clarisse gets therapy of some kind.---Description---Clarisse is an intimidatingly tall and a heavily muscled creature with shaggy fur, menacing horns, powerful claws and vicious fangs. Her personality is best described as that of a beaten dog. Having spent nearly her entire life locked up out of sight in a basement cell with only old fairytale picture books for company, she has very little idea about how to act normally around people. During times of stress, her beastly nature tends to come out.
Name: Ice AnnaRole: Charming GalClass: Cool as Ice NPCSize: MediumSpecies: Ice GolemTier: Zero---Attributes---Robustness: 7Agility: 9Intelligence: 9Sensibility: 4Charm: 12Will: 3Strikes 3+x---Skills---Acrobatics: 3Academics: 3Prevent Harm: 4Endure: 4Persuasion: 3Travel: 3Music: 6---Traits---Ice Golem: This unit is a creation of Queen Elsa the Frozen. It is immune to non-magical mental effects that would alter its allegiance and receives a +3 bonus on any checks that would give it the means to fulfil one of its master’s commands.Mystical Resilience: +5 Prevent Harm against non-magical sources of injury.Dense: +6 to Endure rolls against mental, social or spiritual attacks on this unit. -2 to all Intelligence or Sensibility related Skill Tests.Land of the Midnight Sun: +2 Endure and Travel in cold regions, for obvious reasons.---Powers---Rock and Roll will Never Die: Spend a Will Point; Apply Music against Tin-Ear characters with only a -5 in effectiveness!Zealous Champion: Ice Anna cannot be dissuaded from restoring Elsa's sanity by Illusions or social skills unless the other party spends a Will Point.Do You Wanna Build a Snowman?: 'Anna' can shape and manipulate ice and snow with relative ease, allowing her to safely manipulate the frozen population of Arendalle. This power is only usable while Elsa is relatively calm.
Name: Fa MulanRole: Sensible/Agile GalClass: Undead Soldier NPCSize: MediumSpecies: Human ZombieTier: Hero---Attributes---Robustness: 12Agility: 14Intelligence: 8Sensibility: 16Charm: 10Will: 5Strikes: 4+2xSkills:Athletics: 4Acrobatics: 5Melee: 6Ranged: 5Prevent Harm: 6Endure: 6Persuasion: 5Deceive: 4Intimidate: 5Travel: 4Music: 4Insight: 6Occult: 4---Traits---Undead: Unit is not affected by poisons, music, semi-intense climate change, or medical sciences.Against the Living: Mulan subconsciously thirsts for the death of the living. Unlike most undead, Mulan is still sapient and can repress this urge. When in a significantly stressful situation, she must succeed on a TN25 Sensibility + Endure roll or be forced to attack all living creatures around her for at least two Rounds. +2 Melee rolls against living characters at all times.Who I Am Inside: Mulan may use Persuasion in the place of music.Like A Coursing River: Give your allies +2 on their next Acrobatics check after you succeed on an Acrobatics check.Make a Man Out Of You: Mulan receives a +2 to any skill used to teach military skills.To Defeat The Huns: Mulan receives +2 against any roll opposing a person of Hunnic allegiance.Mostly Helpful Ancestors: Mulan may roll twice on lore skills or Insight and take the better result.
>>38155996---Powers---It Will Not Die: If defeated, Mulan will rise again in 6 hours at a random spot in China. She also regenerates 1 Strike a round.For the Motherland: When Mulan arises, she may spend a Will Point to raise fallen Chinese soldiers from the dead. This process takes five minutes. If there is a body, it rises and takes whatever has on it's person. If only ashes remain, the soldier appears as a spectre which is nonetheless a physical creature. She will do this until there are at least one hundred soldiers under her command.Force of a Great Typhoon: Spend a Will point. If one of your Melee attacks takes out a Mook/Lackey, you may immediately make an additional attack against another nearby Mook/Lackey. This power lasts until the end of the turn and can never let a character make more than three additional attacks per turn. The number of mooks hit scales with Tier.---Equipment---Fa Mulan’s Sword: +3 MeleeDragon Cannon: +2 Ranged. Requires reloading.Heavy Armor: Mulan wears lacquered plate armor. +3 Prevent Harm, +2 Endure. -10 meters of movement speed.---Ideals---KILL HUNS KILL HUNSHelp peasantsProtect Ancestral Shrines---Goals---Personally kill Shan YuTopple the Hunnic EmpireRestore the spirits to their rightful placeDie, for goodSee a Chinese Emperor on the throne.
>>38155996In retrospect, I'm not sure if Mulan needed Against The Living, really. I mean, she can't actually fail it even on triple ones but the only undead we ever actually see in Mulan are helpful, so I'm not sure why I made her conformed to the Horned King undead rules. I think she may need a way to make sensibility attacks with Melee.
>>38157701I don't really like this version of Who I Am Inside. When would she need to replace Music with Persuasion? I like your idea.>Who I Am Inside: Mulan may use Sensibility with Melee.Also, what do you think of my Travelling and Dungeon Crawling mechanics?
>>38158017They look fine to me If a bit un-disneylike but should probably be a more optional rule than anything, as they're a bit more complex than the standard rules and support a much more dungeoncrawly style of game than we've actually explored in the playtests. Travel rules seem fine. We basically only ever used Travel as a way of locating where you are and getting somewhere in a reasonable period of time anyway.
>>38158116I agree with the Dungeon rules being not for everyone. That's why I'm making them as simple as possible so that people wanting to storm a castle and fight the King with some Disney style can do so with optional rules. We're all about the options here.Travel is for people who want to spice up getting from Point A to Point B. Not to mention it lets us turn the Land in the KLR into a game mechanic.
>>38158237>Not to mention it lets us turn the Land in the KLR into a game mechanic.Funny, I remember when it first started out it was supposed to be ALL ABOUT the game mechanics, but it sort of eventually became a fluff system. I suppose it's good that some brave soul you is actually filling the original concept.
>>38158277Been here since thread one, and I'm ready to Go the Distance for Road/Dungeon rules.I'm going to dump what I have later. Maybe a sample dungeon, too.
You have vastly overstayed your welcome.
>>38159461Okay, anon.Game creation is still ongoing. Are you mad that we didn't like your ideas?
>>38159461Ummm, how? Why?
>>38159799Probably a wizard still pissed that magic didn't make it into core.I mean, game creation is more /tg/ related than a dozen quest threads or the CYOA general.
>>38159901Makes you wonder what happened to Archmage.
>>38159901Well, I got here just as Gridlocked was starting, so I'd have nothing to do with any magic discussions. And as for the second part of your statement, yeah it is.
Bumping with some Terrain and Weather effects. These do not include a King's Land effects. Suggestions are welcome.Terrains and Weather EffectsFlat: No penalties.Road: +1 Travel, +2 DriveHighway: +3 Drive, -1 TravelRough: -1 Travel, -2 DriveRocky: -2 Travel, -3 DriveCold/Hot: TN20 to Endure low/high temperature every day.Frigid/Sweltering: TN25 to Endure extremely low/high temperature every day.Snow: -1 InsightBlizzard/Sand Storm: -2 InsightSecluded: +2 StealthOpen: -2 StealthForest/Jungle: -1 Travel, -3 Drive, +2 StealthActive: Reroll results where nothing happens.
>>38160663Imagine rolling a 12 on your stealth...when out in the open in broad daylight. I'm sure with the right GM you would become creed.
>>38161179Stealth can generally mean attracting less attention. I should bump up the penalty just to be safe.
Prydain Land EffectsGreen Smog: The mists of the Black Cauldron halve the rate at which Strikes and Will recover naturally to those unaccustomed to it.Cauldron Curse: All that die in Prydain become Cauldron Born. Their bodies become slaves of the Horned King, but their souls go elsewhere.Watch Your Step: There’s lots of holes in the ground from all of the graves dug up. Additional -1 Travel and -2 Drive on any Terrain except Paved.Peasantville: The people of Prydain are a very depressing bunch. They have little food to go around, and even less in the arts or crafts. They are less likely to cooperate with characters who cause trouble for the Horned King.
>>38159951We've not heard from him for a long while. I fear most of the people interested in the magic expansion were just trolls trying to piss off Nobody.
brit bump with cool Hunnic China battle music for shan yuhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DaZGXHZ6ixI
With regards to generic mooks, will they change mechanically depending on the Realm, or just superficially?
>>38170251All mooks use the same template found on the 1d4chan page, but you can add weapons and powers for the most peculiar ones. Like guns for atlantean soldiers or weird magic for Facilier's living shadows.
>>38171507Thought so, but I wanted to double check
>>38166539That seems likely. For all his help, Nobody was a bit abrasive and quick to argue over some really stupid stuff, like Defense 18 instead of Defense 22 and the whole skill system going 1-6 instead of 3-8.He still did make like a good 70% of the system on his own, though.
So, anybody have any idea when the final release is planned for? Or is it really just as soon as everyone finishes their stuff?
>>38179128There's no set release date, as far as I am aware. The system is readily availible from the 1d4chan and the in progress Core Rulebook Drive. When the latter is finalized, we can say the game has been 'released'.Can I get a list of characters we need to get in the game that aren't already statted? No bonus boss or reference characters, I mean "we talked about this person for the last 20 theads and the game would be incomplete about them" characters. An example would be Mad Madam Mim, who is supposedly an ally of the Horned King.
>>38179322I haven't really been around to give you any more names (Mad Madam Mim was the only one I could think of)
>>38180398I've got a few more.>J Thaddeus Toad>Captain Jack the Monkey>Some maybe alive maybe not characters like Arthur and his new Round Table
>>38179322Does captain jack sparrow have stats? If not, he needs them. Same with Christopher robin, Alice, and the queen of hearts.
>>38188062The last three all have stats. though they might be buried in the archives.
>>38121148The goof thing about Doof having a ninth region is that he now rules the TRI-TRI-STATE AREA.
>>38189826>goof thing about DoofHuman!Goofy is Doofs janitor?
>>38189826*good thingDOOF TROOP
>>38189892I love it
>>38189845>>38189892>After losing his job and failing college a second time, Goofy found himself in serious financial trouble. Once the House of Mouse went under, he had nowhere else to go.>He had to move out of Spoonerville and look for employment elsewhere, eventually settling at a janitorial job at the DEI building.>He always gets Employee of the Month, but he would trade away all of the raises and recognitions if it meant he could reconcile with his estranged son.
>>38179322All the main Kings are statted now, minor characters and heroes should be u to the GM. But it would be nice to have at least a villain per teritory.
>>38197178That's what I had in mind.Lands without Villains:>Fae Lands>Mirror Kingdom>EITC>Kingdom of the Red Flower>Queen La's Jungle if you believe that she shares power with Sabor>Under Empire>HinterlandsCurrently working on:>Mad Madam Mim>Mr Toad>The Ogre>Lots of other things I haven't started yetI've also been experimenting with the map to see how I can fit the ducks on it. Gold color, one dot for Duckburg and another for St. Canard. Would it be Glomgold's Territory or De Spell's?
>>38188273All three are statted and on the Google Doc
Wow, this has slowed down considerably, I haven't seen the projects needing bumps for a whileI mantain that maybe this should go in hibernation for a few months and start up again in the future. Maybe it'll attract more people and get back some of the burned out folks that left after Classic got 90% done
here's a heavy scavenger bot for the BnL wastes
>>38139606>Weak to slashes. Needs his dice.So you can just have a sneaky asshole with high atheltics to just steal them and back slash him?
Shouldn't we make oggie immune to poison status effects? He's a bag of bugs so unless you poor some really strong stuff it likely won't do much, but make him weaker to fire.
>>38198118You can try. The hard part is reaching him.>>38198205Good point. I just slapped on 'weak to status effects' without accounting for poison. Going to fix that.
>>38198094Normally I'd agree with that, but we're making the push for the classic PDF first.
>>38198284What's left for that? I haven't been active in the project in a couple months, but I've statted plenty before New Years'Except actually transforming the thing in PDF, I don't really know how to do that
>>38198155close, that was part of the inspiration, the other bits were the Shagohod and the Dreadnought from Final Fantasy
>>38198392Just some left over villains and some rules fixes. We could use a full list of status effects and what they do for reference.
>>38198255Shouldn't you give him a way to defend himself from thrown projectiles? Some pcs can just throw a molitove cocktail at him and call it a day.
>>38198705Well, if I can offer suggestionsBurned: Endure rolls receive a -5 penalty. If the character is still Burned after five turns, roll Endure. If the roll is a failure, take one physical StrikePoison: All defensive rolls suffer an initial -3 penalty. For each turn that the character stays poisoned, add -1 to the penalty. Every five turns, the character takes one Strike.Frostbitten: -3 to all Agility rolls. The distance the character can cover per turn is cut in half. The character takes one Strike every four turnsHow's that?
>>38200035Good, but you should put "Effects my vary depending on poison, the degree of the burn, or the degree of the frostbite."
I forget, in Halloween town, do you need a disguise if you are human or you get attacked, or can you just walk in?
>>38200124Well, yeah, that's a given.Also, on a second thought, I think Burn is kinda underwhelming compared to the others. If the penalty extends to both Endure and Robustness it'd be better, I thinkBurned: Endure checks and all Robustness rolls receive a -5 penalty. If the character is still Burned after five turns, roll Endure. If the roll is a failure, take one physical Strike
>>38200270The Hinterlands are a Dream World, so 'walking in' isn't quite an option. To answer your question, you might need a monster disguise to travel in Oogie Town without drawing attention. It's probably still a small town, so they might notice new people.
>>38201467So you can pretty much buy a very good Halloween costume (Or make one) and sneak in? Good thing I have pic related...just needs more work.
>>38202900...Oh yeah you'll fit in so well, as you walk in holding a damn chainsword. Doesn't stand out at allll.
>>38202900>>38203006Would that actually work?
>>38206217It doesn't look like it fits particularly well with Halloween Town. Maybe if it had colorful accents or was generally sillier. How about making the skulls on the end of his back spikes tell skeleton jokes?
Experimental map add on. Green is Duckburg, Red Brown is St Canard.
>>38206917Sure, maybe that would help with the illusion. Just put a big flapping canadian south park mouth. Or just go dressed as a south park cadian and slip maleficent a 20 to use illusions on you to make it more convincing.
So...have we done any stats exclusive to the sane and insane?
>>38208338What do you mean? Elsa has two different statlines, if that's what you're asking.
>>38208400Well clearly a batshit insane character would be somewhat different to sane characters. But have we made powers or traits exclusive only to the insane?
>>38208590>Wonderlander: Characters without this Trait have -2 Insight to get a read on you.>Among Mad People: You get a +2 to communicate with the insane and are treated as having the Wonderlander Trait when interacting with crazy people.
Speaking of mad people...Name: Mad Madam MimRole: Smart/CharmingClass: Evil WitchCountry: PrydainSize: MediumSpecies: Human---Attributes---Robustness: 10Agility: 10Intelligence: 18Sensibility: 14Charm: 16Will: 6Strikes: 4+3x---Skills---Ranged: 8Prevent Harm: 7Endure: 7Deceit: 7Persuasion: 7Intimidate: 8Occult: 10Insight: 8Craft: 6---Traits---Mad: Characters without this Trait have -2 Insight to get a read on you.Prideful Witch: Every Social Strike against this character counts double. For every double Social Strike taken, obtain +3 to every combat and Intimidation rolls against the character/party that inflicted it.Master Sorceress +5 to all rolls involved Occult and any acts of magic. If any other magical users are nearby, add +2 for each. This unit can choose to apply any effect to its magical attacks. Examples include Burning, Frostbite, or Poison.Don’t You Disrespect Me, Little Man!: +3 to Intimidate if this character has taken a Social Strike in this scene.---Powers---Overwhelming Magic: This unit can roll Occult + Intelligence + Ranged in order to deal magical damageConjuration: This unit can use Occult+Craft to instantly produce any sort of normal item. If it’s a magical item, spend a Will Point.Change!: Spend a Will Point and select a character. If the character fails the resistance test, Transform that character’s nd drawbacks.Change Form: Spend a Will Point. This unit can change itself into any Species of any size and keep its Intelligence, while gaining the suitable benefits and drawbacks. The unit can also choose to simply change its own Size.Wizard Duel: Spend a Will Point to challenge an enemy wizard to MAGICAL COMBAT. Neither you nor the target may attack others while in magic combat, nor may you be attacked by outside forces. You and your target must start spellcasting as soon as possible, and may use magic without spending Will Points. This effect lasts 3 rounds.---Equipment---Broomstick: Flies.
>>38208744Ah okay then.
>>38208792Awesome. I really like that mad trait, but is this mad as in simply being pissed of the insanity style of mad?
>>38208884Insane mad. It's the same as Wonderlander, but I didn't want people to get the wrong idea and think she has some connection to Wonderland.Now, onto Mr Toad. I also had an unrelated but interesting playable character idea if anybody is interested in me sharing. Then there's statting Shrek, but that's even less related.
>>38208968Very well then, care to elaborate.
>>38209062Meet Captain Lawrence Arlo Coriander. Like another Captain we all know and love, this mouse is a captain in name only. He smuggles mice and other small creatures out of the crappier parts of the world in an Atlantean submarine he himself is a stowaway of. He's called the Captain because he's the authority figure of the tiny group, deciding who stays and who goes while the human crew is unaware. He was doing well as a smuggler for a few years, until more and more accidents on land and sea made it clear that somebody was trying to kill him. It wasn't until it pointed was out that he resembled a certain somebody that was meant to be dead that it became clear to him he was in hot water with Professor Ratigan over a misunderstanding.I would post the picture here, but my issues with the Captcha are preventing that. Link to his picture is here http://images4.fanpop.com/image/polls/602000/602102_1292965522796_full.jpg
>>38198705>>38200035For what I remember burning gives a -2 to Robustness and Agility and causes additional strikes every two turns (that's how they're using it in the test campaign at least).Poison causes an additional strikes in subsequent turns on a failed Endure roll.
>>38210200Being on fire should also cause panic.
>>38214816Does it? I mean in the official rules. If not, I don't want a rule lawyer going>Well there's nothing in the rules saying I don't panic and just continue eating my sandwich, while on fire.
>>38216616Nope, nothing in the rules about this. Mostly because we're trying to keep it as streamlined as possible.
>>38216640So all the pcs pretty much have balls of steel, and can still do certain things while on fire.>I do say sir, I may currently be on fire, but at least have the decency to allow me to finish reading my book before you set me ablaze kind gentleman.
>>38216668Wouldn't the book catch on fire? They can still do shit while on fire, but it has consequences.
>>38216870MMMM yes it appears it has, if you'll excuse me I need to go extinguish myself before my fancy hat catches fire, and becomes unusual.
>>38217184Don't you mean unusable? Because losing equipment sounds like a great penalty for Burning.
>>38217286No I mean unusual, the pyro won't stop stealing burning hats and I hold this one dearly. (But yes unusable.)
Name: J Thaddeus ToadRole: Smart/Agile GuyCountry of Origin: EnglandSize: TinySpecies: Toad---Attributes---Robustness: 8Agility: 14Intelligence: 14Sensibility: 6Charm: 13Will: 4Strikes: 3+3x---Skills---Acrobatics: 6Athletics: 5Melee: 5Ranged: 5Brawl: 5Prevent Harm: 6Endure: 6Legerdemain: 5Deceit: 5Persuasion: 5Intimidate: 5Mechanics: 5Linguistics: 3Travel: 5Driving: 6Insight: 5Music: 5---Traits---Drives Like Mad: +3 to Driving rolls while in hot pursuit of someone or something.Crazy Frog: Characters without this Trait have -2 Insight to get a read on you.---Powers---Mania: Mr. Toad, upon seeing something he has never seen before, must pass a TN30 Endure Check to avoid becoming obsessed with it. Should he fail, Mr. Toad will stop at nothing to get a cut of the action.An Impressive Performance: Spend a Will Point. Gain a +5 bonus to Acrobatics or Athletics for the rest of the scene and you may use it in the place of Music. Additionally, your movement speed doubles.Work, Damn You!: Spend a Will Point. For the rest of the scene, you have +5 to Mechanics and +5 to Drive as long as your focus is entirely on the task at hand.---Equipment---Mr. Toad’s Motorcar: +2 Drive.
>>38218331can you do the Human!Weaselshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=au_tL122R6g
>>38218432I was doing the animated version of Mr. Toad. I'm not really sure what I could do with them, since Mr. Winkles and the weasels would likely be dead.Still a catchy song.
>>38218511maybe "the Weasels" are a just group of rogues who, through the magic of the Island, look like the weasels from the live action film
>>38218590Then they would be a Prydain travelling encounter. I don't think it's necessary to give them a unique statline.Next up is probably going to be Macbeth.
dumping pirate villain songshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8WWdOjxoQro
>>38222715MAGIC SCHWORD!Also bump.
>>38217286>losing equipmentYou'd need to be careful. A lot of equipment is HARD to replace in DVV and without a currency system it's even harder.
>>38223231Maybe the place you are in has different currencies but some have similar enough currencies that you can just disguise them as the coin there? Like halloween town uses bugs, frantoyko or whatever uses dollars, doof evil inc uses doof bucks, ect.
>>38223338That doesn't make an Atlantean laser rifle any easier to replace, and when you've built a character for it...
>>38223363Indeed, but it does make it possible to buy one back from say a trader, but those kinds of items will be rare, maybe we can have certain merchants have a chance of having rarer or better gear depending on rolls.
>>38223363Perhaps we can make it to where being burned only destroys things it would logically destroy, like clothing, it wouldn't destroy a fucking knife. With certain things it degrades it but not outright destroys, with others it can outright destroy, or with say batteries it can be very dangerous to catch on fire, or if you have a grenade or a molitove cocktail...yeah you could see where that would go.
Duckburg and Goofy are for Toon and Oogie Boogie should be in Classic.
>>38223363An item can be 'destroyed', but you can still repair it with Craft or Mechanics. Let's try to avoid making a money system.>>38226578Do we really need a Toon expansion? Animal people might be jarring in some places, but a GM can just say what fits for their version of the world and what doesn't.Also, Oogie Boogie is in Classic. Halloween Town is part of the Hinterlands Dream World.
>>38227545Yeah but it's gonna serve a dual role as our Warner Brothers and Hannah Barbera expansion.
>>38226170>but it does make it possible to buy one back from say a traderI don't think Atlantean tech can actually be bought from traders at all. It's one of those things you need to either start with or acquire off of a deserted soldier.
What if we put the KLRs in the Kings and Villains Book, with the KLR fluff followed by the statlines? It would help keep the Core Book short and cleaner, and separates the rules from the Classic fluff. Same for Gridlocked.
>>38233510I think keeping the fluff and crunch separated is a better Idea.
>>38233510Why would Classic and Kings and Villians be different books?
Missed out on the last few treads, what's the story on the animal kingdom in DTP?
Do we have enough lore to do a "Disney Villains Victorious quest" thread?
So how well do these gods and mortals compare to each other in these myriad kingdoms and empires of villainy?Are some generally factions stronger or weaker than others or are they in a nature made towards being equivalent?
>>38242390The world is pretty much ready, at least for classic, and we have lots of fluff both generic and about DTP. You should probably wait for the end of the test campaign.
>>38242750They're generally equivalent and in costant conflict. Most of the real powers have their reason for not crushing the competition outright. As far as Hades cares the rest of the world can go to hell now that he has Zeus' throne, Maleficient doesn't have any ambition besides "being a dick to everyone forever", Ursula is content with being the queen of all oceans and Tchernabog just wants the status quo to continue so he can gorge on human pain and misery forever.
>>38155996Mulan as an anti-heroic revenant? Nice.
>>38242390That's gonna attract a lot of flak towards this project, since quests are pretty widely hatedConsidering there are already people bitching because this has been going on for almost five months, I don't think that's a good idea.That said, I'm trying to stat the Big Bad Wolf just for fun around here, but I am really out of practice. Can someone show me a wolf profile so I can get a better grip on how to put these things?
>>38243745Hah you'll always get people bitching when it comes to any sort of 4chan project instead of just hiding the threads.Though I agree someone starting quest threads isn't a great idea.
>>38243745Not sure we've had any villain wolf statted. It should probably use the canine race from the pastebin, or a modified Cerberus statline from the Kings and Villains page.
>>38243745>People bitching about a setting.If they don't like it that's their fucking problem and they should ignore us. If they do, then good. Otherwise just tell them to go fuck themselves if they keep bitching.
I feel like this is not really as threatening as I first wanted, but here it goesName: The Big Bad Wolf/Bigby Wolf/Mister WolfRole: Sensible/IntelligentClass: Big Bad WolfCountry of Origin: A forest somewhere in EuropeSize: Large (+2 to Brawl if rushing)Species: WolfTier: On-A-Roll---Attributes---Robustness: 14(+2) Agility: 13(+2) Intelligence: 14(-2) Sensibility: 18Charm: 12Will: 4/4Strikes: 4 + 2x where X is the number of members in the party---Skills---Acrobatics 8Athletics 8Brawl 8 Prevent Harm 7Endure 5Stealth 5Deceit 8Persuasion 8Intimidate 7Linguistics 4Travel 6Insight 5---Traits----Wild: 1 rank of Travel and +2 Endure-Lone Wolf This character receives a -2 penalty on diplomacy with other wolves-Think You Can Hide from Me? +2 to Insight when attempting to detect people in Stealth.-Natural Weapons +2 to Brawl
Good lord you folks have literally no direction right now. >>38242390It may be a tad rough if you are planning on doing it non-DTP, but theoretically workable. I do disagree with the others in that it would make the project more hated, however. If anything, it would draw much-needed attention to the project, and potentially some helpful namefags as most of us have had to step out for a time. A quest is, however, not the point of these threads at all. Someone explain to me the current state of the thread and the issue that is being debated right now because I honestly can't fucking tell. It seems everyone is just throwing out their own ideas with no coordination or plan whatsoever.
>>38209245I like. It's been a while since I've done any DVV, y'all been alright?
>>38244175I think that's pretty much the case so far. We don't really have a mission control here, which is why I suggested we put this on the fridge and come back in a few months.People are adamant about PDF'ing at least classic first, but I have no idea how that is going
>>38244175Well, we've got the basic map of the Gridlocked world pinned down. Now it's just a matter of fleshing out the areas with some fluff. Ideally we should start brainstorming on how things work in each crporation's territory and then translate this in a new set of K\L\R.
>>38244175That's pretty much accurate. We have no direction, and very little coordination because all of the big names kinda just vanished. I've been trying to keep working on the PDFing, but I have a life and a job too, which means that I don't always have time. Add to that the fact that I'm a relative newcomer, and it leaves us in a bit of a lurch. By and large, Architect is the main person keeping this whole shebang going
>>38244175I second the quest thread idea. We need more attention, and a mission control as >>38244239said. Hopefully we can get someone who's good at what he does.
>>38244230How are you doing with Maliwan?
>>38242390>>38244175>>38244328Actually, I think a Sverd Quest would be really cool. See the discussion at the end in https://archive.moe/tg/thread/37952987/#37952987. I'd play it if somebody ran
>>38244349Haven't touched him in a while. Is he still being played?
>>38244239>>38244262>>38244314Okay, well, to start I want someone to tell me what the hell is up with San Fransokyo, becaue right now it looks like a very nice and comfortable place to live unless I am missing something.
>>38244396I really couldn't tell ya, haven't really been involved in Gridlocked
>>38244396>>38244446Same here. Sadly I am one of the guys that jumped off boat after Classic because new year got crazy, and I kinda didn't really come back for GridlockedIt being restricted to just the US territory is kinda boring in my opinion, too, so there's that
>>38244446>>38244396To 1d4chan! and archives.
Found the archives. http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?searchall=Disney+Villains+VictoriousFEAST UPON THE KNOWLEDGE!
>>38244396Gonna try and fish up the old KLR from the archives.
>>38244506No need. http://1d4chan.org/wiki/Disney_Villains_Victorious_K/L/RsEven has king candy and shit.
Are we going to include the Rumor Mill in the PDF for Classic?
>>38244506Aaaaand found it. This is from the time when we still had the Eastern Co-Prosperty Syndicate on the Classic map.King: President and CEO of the ECPS Robert Callaghan is an accomplished and respected roboticist and ruthless supervillan. From his boardroom, he rages, driven mad by the inability to save his daughter. He stalks the night as Yokai, controlling an innumerable swarm of microbots, which can quickly overwhelm any adversary. However, his true weapon is his affability. He appears to be a kind and fatherly figure, and encourages his students to build him new technological marvels. His inner circle of students and researchers are utterly devoted to him, and will defend them with their own lives.Land: The land of the ECPS is one of stratification, with towering, glimmering cities surrounded by rotting slums. Within the center of the cities, every motion is watched, recorded and analyzed. Any newcomer is carefully monitored for potential, and for potential danger. In the slums, crime is rampant and people are poor. Here the criminal arm of the Syndicate rules, extorting the populace, trafficking slaves, and terrorizing them with crude robots, derived from the underground fighting leagues. Outside of the cities is an industrial wasteland. Avarice and gluttony for resources has stripped the land of its livelihood, and has left it dangerously toxic and uninhabitable.
>>38244592Rule: Callaghan is a resourceful man, and finds a use for each of his subjects. The brightest (but not too bright), are taken into his inner circle, where their inventions can increase his power. Most of his subjects are kept in poverty deliberately, so those absolved of their misfortune will be forever grateful. Others are taken into the various gangs and mobs, who take payment from the syndicate to oppress those without potential. Dissedants and anyone without talent are shipped off to the colonies. Some are sent into the jungles of Brazil and the east indies to find rare organic compounds, while others are forced to mine, to suppliment the insatiable hunger for rare earth elements. Why waste precious resources on robots when there is such a surplus of idlers? Those who show up Callaghan and create wonders beyond his own capacity disappear, their records are abolished and all inventions are credited to the dear president.
>>38244395we haven't really started the gridlocked Playtest yet , but I have his charsheet for when we do
>>38244631Good call. Do we have a more established lore for how the fuck Frollo become a lich?No I'm not kidding, he's a damn lich.
>>38244646>Speaking heresy of our beloved PontifexThe power of a righteous and just faith keeps him to guide us, infidel
>>38244646>Gipsy curse>Cursed by God>Cherrybomb's dark influence>Alchemical experiment gone horribly rightIn all seriousness it's a remnant of the very first threa, when we needed a reason why all the various villains are still up and running in the 1930s. I'm pretty sure there is a piece about that in the adventurer's almanac
>>38244592>>38244613So it's pretty generic Scottesque cyberpunk then. Well, alright. >>38244646There is a 'canon' explanation, but it's 'canon' in a similar way to how DTP is, namely that it's just the route GMs can use if they want. Basically, the 'normal' explanation is that he was turned into a lich by Chernobog to make him a better servant to Sata- I mean, Chernobog's desires, and a literal focus for his unholiness and stuff.
>>38244646One of the ideas Architect and I were throwing around was that it was a demon sent by Tchernabog, that Frollo took as the "Mouth of God" or Os Dei
>>38244709So he accidentlied himself into a lich?
Actually I think that Chernadouch slammed the worlds together and made each villain victorious, I'm not entirely sure although.
>>38244692reminder this existsVillain Immortality: http://pastebin.com/kA1wsUzV
>>38244740Kinda yeah. Never was the smartest dude, and certainly not the most sane.
>>38244854Can someone explain how people still see him as holy? I mean, for gods sake at least put him in a church to see if he catches fire if the whole "Demons can't enter churches" thing is true.
>>38244903Listen m8, if you go to the north you find a huge fucking desert of ice, if you go the east you get fucked over by supernatural faeries, if you go south there are fucking minotaurs and titans and shitIf the guy that you know was pious and a judge is actually keeping that shit out of your ass, you're gonna believe he's got some higher power
>>38244903Everyone in his realm (well, almost everyone) is a fervent believer and they genuinely believe he was made immortal by God to protect his flock forever. Also, if you say otherwise the inquisition will pay a little visit. Nobody expects the french inquisition!
Can somebody make sure this gets onto sup/tg/? I've got stuff to do for the next hour or so
I made sure this project stayed before and i'll make sure it stays now.
AL here, glad to see the project is still going despite a lot of people still playtesting. Might contribute a bit more art if I have time tonight & tomorrow.>>38244230Nice. Is there a story to this character?
>>38244262Haven't been in the loop for a while, did we ever resolve the whole issue with space/aliens?
>>38244230That's really nice. It looks like something straight out of The Rescuers or The Great Mouse Detective. Saving it.However, it's really not what I had in mind for the character. If you didn't click the link (I can't upload pictures), the idea is that he is a dead ringer for the Basil, who Ratigan murdered. Though between the two images, I would probably use this one.>>38244646With Frollo's lich transformation, see >>38244709, only I think Os Dei is Rasputin.>>38245290see >>38209245>>38245319Gridlocked and alien invasions are ambiguously canon. Is Zurg attacking? Are there vampire space ducks? You decide!
>>38245319Probably gonna split the expansion in a modern\future one and a space one.
>>38245319Nope but i'm personally in favor of fusing it with GridLocked.
Okay, who's starting the new thread?
>>38246204It can't be me. I am incapable of starting a thread on this computer, so I hope somebody else steps up to do it this time.
NEW THREAD HERE>>38246491>>38246491