We can all agree that Sci Fi without the "chromatic space babe" is boring garbage, right?It's a staple of the genre, and trying to subvert it always comes across as boring. Besides, it's fun. Personally I hate the wave of "hard sci fi" obsession that's been hammered into all western media for the last decade.
>>41526857The sad thing is that its easy enough to explain even if you want a reasonably hard sci-fi feeling.Mineral rich water.Bam done.
>>41526857>"chromatic space babe"Is this the intellectual way to say 'blue space elf'?
>>41526857>We can all agreeNo. And fuck you for presuming to know what I want.>the wave of "hard sci fi" obsession that's been hammered into all western media for the last decade.What the fuck are you talking about?
>trying to subvert it always comes across as boring>the csb is 40+ and has a real job
>>41527023It's more general, because it could be a green space elf.
>>41527023I see no problem with that.
>>41527041In 4chan terms,>MUH REALISM
>>41527046>>41527111True, but it's generally blue and I feel that's the more accepted term.GREEN waifus? Fight me nigga
>>41527041>star wars>sci fi
>>41527163This. Green waifus invented the genre. Blue waifus are knockoffs.
>>41526857Green/blue skinned space-babes are an establish enough trope of cheesy science fiction that I felt compelled to include some in my homebrew sf setting. I'm a big fan of old scholocky sciffy in general, so that also helps.Although I though making alien races that were literally "humans, but different colour" was kind of boring and didn't make much sense, so I made them amphibians with slimy skin and tendrils for hair. Still doesn't really make much biological sense, but at least they aren't just recoloured humans now. Not that I really cared about realistic evolution for my alien races. The same setting also has literal starfish-aliens and a race that looks like space-devils (which is also a dumb reference to shitty old science fiction films, as there are two separate films that got released in ym home country with the name "devils of space").
>>41527261But blue looks much better, hence why these days blue space-waifus wastly outnumber green ones.
>>41527130there have been like two "hard" or "realistic" sf movies released in the past ten years, I have no fucking clue what OP is on about.
>>41526857>Palette-swap human girlsShit tier xenophilia.
>>41527509>dumb reference to shitty old science fiction films>mfw you're calling Quatermass and Arthur C. Clarke shitty
>>41527529What about blue and orange space waifus?
>>41526857I'm sorry you lack the emotional maturity and mental ability to appreciate anything that is not wank fodder.
>>41527771Havilund Tuf plz
>>41527547Are you shitting me? Every sci fi movie nowadays tries for realism. Gravity, Elysium, Interstellar, nu-Robocop- everything's gritty and obsessed with realism.It fucking sucks. I don't even waste my time with hollywood scifi anymore.
>>41527706Actually, I was referring to two B-movies from the 50s and 60s, that had a different name in English, but when released here were retitled to "devils of space" (in my native language, though). OK, one of the movies wasn't actually shitty; it was "the Invasion of the Body-Snatchers", which is actually pretty good film, as far as old-school SF goes. Can't remember what the other was, though. The point is that the name sounds actually really silly in my language, so I felt compelled to reference it (though the space-devil race is actually pretty neat. They're pretty much a weird combination of Assyrians, Romans and the more morally questionable parts of the Tau Empire).
Complaining about films belongs in /tv/.
>>41527529That's it. I'm sick of all this "Human In Bodypaint" bullshit that's going on in the d20 system right now. Green waifus deserve much better than
>>41528061It's just natural selection. Blue waifus are more popular, so they reproduce more than green, red or other coloured ones.
>>41526857>Not liking blue-skinned space babes.
>blue space elvesmental powers>green space elvesmartial arts powers>red space elves????
>>41527916Its actually even worse so both of you can be mad. Its 'realism' style. Its suppose to look and feel gritty without actually having any consistent thought behind it, its just a style filter. So its both not realistic, and not fanciful. Part of thinking aesthetics are like soda flavour and separated from content.
>>41527838I wonder what that cat thinks of what it sees.
>>41528162>red space elvesemotionless and super smart.
>>41526857No, we can't agree. Sexual fantasies in scifi that just make the princess a different colour are boring as fuck.Lots of nerds like to jerk it to princesses, some nerds like to jerk it to engineering problems, sometimes there's both. Every now and then something actually weird happens, but the binary between retro nostalgia and engineering porn is tedious.
>>41528162>red space elvesSuper speed. Red wuns go fasta.
>>41528223>>41528277Man, I like both of these. Are there any other common colors?
>>41528183This one gets it.
>>41528255>objectively shit taste detected.
>>41528288>yellow space elves>can go over the troll's bridge without having to do anything
>>41528200>sparkly, shiny, dark can not touch.......for now
>>41528314Being pandered to with titty girl #1227 feels bad man
>>41526857>Sci Fi without the "chromatic space babe" is boring garbage>It's a staple of the genre,> I hate the wave of "hard sci fi" obsession that's been hammered into all western media for the last decade.
>>41528288Silver could work.Red for go fast because red ones go faster.Silver looks classy but cold.
>>41528288Think I've seen some purple-ish ones.
>>41528384Silver is robot, surely?
>>41528350God yeah, having titties all up in your face is just awful.
>>41526857>implying Claudia Black isn't the best sci fi babe
>>41528454Robots could come with matte grey with delicate gold (brass) trim as default colours.Silver space women have a gleaming chrome looking skin that naturally looks polished and glistening. And cold. So very cold.
>>41527916Only Gravity is remotely realistic. NuCop was pure grit but lacked and didn't really try for any more realism than it's source material.
>>41528508>objectively good taste detected
>>41528537>those absI'd shoot tequila off that god damn
>>41526857No I prefer to enjoy my scifi even after I orgasm, thank you.
>>41528519If we're talking retro sci-fi, robots are definitely shiny and silver.
>>41528591Good point.Emotionless cold space women are matte grey, robots are shiny and chrome.
>>41528162Red is emotionless, and they have space guns.
>>41528657Red is all about passion and going fast. It is known.
>>41526857Bitch you better not be smack talking the best SCI-FI RPG everI actually ran my group through a game of that storyline a couple years back just to see how much off base we could get from the game when PCs get involved
>>41528622Yeah, that sounds better.So, let's say a race-as-class based thing.>Blue>Grey>Red>Green>RobotAre any more required?
>>41528779>no purple optionSpace magic is obviously necessary.
>>41528779Yellow/Gold with optional aura of light maybe?
>>41526857>We can all agreeNot really. >Personally I hate the wave of "hard sci fi" obsession that's been hammered into all western media for the last decade.wat
>>41528834Purple could be endurance.The sort of nut case that can sunbathe on a world beneath a neutron star only only get a tan, can go for extended space walks with nothing but a bag of air with a straw and only complain that the lack of gravity ruined her hair, the sort of disaster that can repair a fusion reactor whilst its running by hand without special equipment.
>>41528834>>41528896Endurance is a lot less interesting than space magic IMO, even though you sell it pretty well.
>>41528779Oh no, we're not making a Space Babe RPG. That's too low, even for /tg/.R-right?
>>41528990I thought magic came under blue territory.Super endurance could work from a story point of view. It makes the bad ones nightmares but the good ones overly worried about everyone. People break so easily.
>>41528990>>41528896I think Strongcute is an acceptable archetype though.
>>41526857What about space orcs who are always male and only produce more space orcs?Not with spores, I mean like reverse asari.
>>41526857You can like stuff like that, but don't pretend it's sci-fi. It's space/future fantasy.Also I gotta say you're a giant magical-realming pleb if "has to have different coloured wimmins XD" is your criteria for a good setting. Your obsession with it shows by the sad fact that you a) falsely believe it to be a staple and b) think that anything different is going out of its way to subvert it.
>>41529111Why is it 'low'?>>41529125True. I don't know. Psychic powers kind of imply like Asari or that moustache elf comic, whereas space magic makes me think of astronomical space witches or something. Maybe it's a subfaction of the blues.>>41529170Definitely, yeah.
>>41529199I pretty much file all brain powers under space magic because thats what psionics/Q/Charlie X/etc are really.
>>41529111No, we're doing it. We're making it happen.Space Captains traveling the galaxy, collecting a crew of Chromatic Space BabesYes. It's happening
>>41529199>>41529187I wasn't thinking strong for purple so much as super damage resistant and tireless.Strong would probably be more green.
>>41528896Rather than "endurance" call it "immunity" or something. Same thing, but sounds less boring
>>41529232It sounds like you're describing a game where each player gets a custom spaceship with some slots to fit noteworthy crew members into, and I would play the shit out of that unironically.
>>41528537>>41528565She'd also kick every chromatic space girl into submission. After seducing them.
>>41529232To be fair, it's more like Chromatic Space People Adventures. Not like the Captain can't be one, or that they only have to be female babes.
>>41529288Would you do it so each CSB was an actual character with stats, or would they just represent stats themselves?
I think that we need to think up flaws to go with the colours also.Blues are physically weak and prone to depression.Greens are almost incapable of deception and take everything literally.Grey are incapable of enjoyment.Reds are extremely aggressive and confrontational.Purples are ditzy. Not stupid as such. But no real sense of danger.
>>41529356Racial base templates, with a few character customization points
>>41529393>big dumb purplesBest girls
>>41528474>its a shit tier pandering distraction that takes time away from interesting aspects of scifi>mmmmm gimmie the shit, rub it all up in my face so I can jerk it
>>41526857Pretty shit opinions you got there. First, if all you want is wankbait, there are way better places to find it than cheesy scifiand second, painted humans are bottom tier aliens anyway. Get better taste in spacepussy.Also I'm sure we have different definitions of "hard sci fi"
>>41529356If we're collecting big piles of them they should probably have as few stats as possible. That said, they act independently some of the time ("Purple, go outside and fix the plasma conduits") so they kind of need some minimal stats.
>>41529445Name generation tables should be a thing; all alien names are just syllable clusters
this got harem quest fast
As soon as genetic engineering becomes advanced enough, you can bet rich people are going to go full Transmetropolitan or Hunger Games Capitol, and start changing skin color and other shit.The future will be full of furries, scalies, blue/red/green/fucking whatever color you want people, and all manner of degenerates.Good thing is, that'll mean a whole new fight for civil rights we can suppress.
>>41529491Yeah but also titles, ranks, etc.>>41529445I figured each player would play a different Chromatic Space Babe.
>>41529425While I mostly share your taste in alien vaginas I do believe technicolor space babes have a place. That place should probably be "genetically modified transhumans," but it's easy to posit that their culture just got isolated and forgot its origins, or something. Space is big, it happens.
>>41529445I didn't personally picture collecting big piles of them, more just having our small crew entirely made out of CSBs. So you might have five CSBs at a time, and they'd be attached to you (nearly as much as PCs are in normal games). Less "I hired you, Green SB no. 352", more "you freed Ayla from the drug-lord Messer's trafficking rings, and now she'll serve you to the death with all the dirty combat skills and black-market wheeling and dealings she's been forced to pick up to survive".
>>41529543>I figured each player would play a different Chromatic Space Babe.This was my first reaction before the spaceship crew thing got posted too which was why spaceship crew version surprised me so hard.Seriously, mass spaceship combat from the point of view of the captain's chair, not from the point of view of a shaking camera in space.
>>41529405Purple is the superior space babe.
>>41529425>>41529586Seconding. Reverse google image search gave nothing.
>>41529582I consider five to be a big pile. It's a lot of side characters to be dragging around. Consider how many NPC sidekicks you have in D&D.
What about Black ones?And these races have names beyond their colors, right?
>>41529615Guy's called meandraco
>>41529595>>41529582I think from that perspective it would work best as like a card based game.
>>41529632I think you'd have to call them onyx or something. And they'd all be royalty and really rich.
>>41529628Yeah, you have your officers, and can have a few piles of unnamed generics in different departments.So you could fill your Engineering department with Purples under a Blue
>>41529609>>41529405But what about Blue? She needs a hug. She can also lift 50kg weights with her mind and knows your dirtiest dreams. But mostly she just wants a hug.
>>41529632Black SBs are all about ambition. They have a huge drive to gain power, control or wealth. They make natural leaders, politicians, commanders and spies. They can be a great boon to their owners/associates, but take care that they don't decide to further their own interests above yours... >>41529643What.
>>41529671Evil galactic conquerors?And if you get one in your crew you get bonuses to politics and negotiations, but they're stuck-up and make demands
>>41529694She can come too.
>>41529695>red spacebabe deck op plz nerf
>>41529695>>41529671>>41529632Maybe the Onyx people are the ones that started the CSBs back in the day.They don't have a sup power but they are old money families.
>>41529695Like if it's about space battles and you have a given number of space babes of each type, it's not really an RPG you can easily play with lots of people.It definitely seems like more of a board/card game with that setup.
>>41526857You got a problem with Star Control, buddy?
>>41529764Nah, I like the idea that they're still Space Babes. They could be the one group that's "above" you, though, as opposed to the rest- who are "below" you.Or, they could represent the fact that black is the absence of colour, and so be the token lesbians.>>41529777Oh yeah, I was kind of thinking of a board game.
>>41529777We're talking about ten different games here basically.>players are captains of individual spaceships and collect spacebabes to fill chairs on the bridge>pvp>cards>players are captains of individual spaceships and collect spacebabes to fill chairs on the bridge>rpg>stats>players are spacebabes>dunno
>>41529800I think, if you read it carefully, he's saying literally the exact opposite.
>>41529777Or maybe each captain has a ship, and spacebabes are like equipment?
>>41529812>players are captains of individual spaceships and collect spacebabes to fill chairs on the bridge>rpg>statsI like this one but I think the setting could be adapted to each.Call the main game "space babe adventures" and the card game "space babe battles"
>>41526857>implyingDune is better than you.
>>41529826Nah. Too impersonable. Remember that the whole point of this game is the space babes.If this was a Star Trek parody or some shit, maybe.
>>41529885Hmmm... What are some TTGs where players have a small group of characters, instead of just one character?
>>41529922I'm imagining a thing.>card types are chairs, crew, and basically what would be considered "spells" in Hearthstone sorry>chairs essentially come with a relevant spaceship part that does something>crew sit in chairs and do the thing>captain can cast spells>stage 1 of the game is a draft so that people can snipe the spacebabe that goes well with the chair you just picked out from under you
>>41529812>>players are spacebabes>>dunnoThis one is the RPG m8,
>>41529269The space orcs post wasn't for a homebrew.I just wanted to know OP's stance on that particular subversion.
>>41529804In a galaxy of space babes, I'm sure there will be no shortage of lesbians.
>>41529979Is your only experience of TCGs from Hearthstone?
>>41530014Yeah, but what does a party of spacebabes actually do? It's easy to steal generic scifi plots for Space Captain Adventure Spaceship Squad. They go to a hat planet and lose their weapons and have to learn a valuable lesson.
>>41530077I sort of know a little bit about others but in terms of direct experience yes
>>41530102Huh. You've got some neat ideas for someone who's only played the McDonalds version of CCGs.Spells would be "orders" or "commands" or something similar. And they could benefit certain space babe compositions over others- for example, "gain one attack per red space babe". This would add further pressure to your drafting.
>>41530081The same thing? I mean if the crew is spacebabes anyway, that's exactly what's happening. The spacebabe crew is Space Adventure Squad.
>>41527181Science Fantasy still counts as Science Fiction anon.
>>41530168In my head, and this may be too complicated, the resources would be Power and Orders. So, the player could activate the laser cannon chair with an order and some power, for example, then play a "spell" (not sure what those would be called) to reverse the polarity and do extra damage or something. The engineering chair, obviously, would be able to generate extra power by debuffing other chairs (at the cost of an order).
>>41530232That would be ok if I still get to reroute power from one thing to another thing at some point.
>>41526857>anything that isn't the exact thing that I like is objectively wrong and all sci-fi should appeal to me specifically and no one else because anything different than what I want is inferiorkill yourself.
>decide not to make space wenchkins spinoff>this threadfff
>>41530428Do itChromatic Space Babes Adventures deserves to exist
>>41530530Original Wenchkins was bikini armor/I am starting to question my choice of attire dot jaypog the minimum stats lots of random tables skirmish wargame actually it was originally a weird thing I found on the internet that literally plays itself but I thought it should be rendered playable and the spinoff idea I had involved fewer dismemberments and more clever win conditions, basically. Race as class at least gives me some material to use. It's wholly unrelated to anything mentioned so far in terms of what it does though.
>>41526857>Personally I hate the wave of "hard sci fi" obsession that's been hammered into all western media for the last decade.There's been gravity and interstellar by some definition of hard sci-fi. The best selling sci-fi movie of the last 10 years was pocahontas in space with blue alien cat ladies.You're so full of bullshit i can't even quantify it.
>>41526857Best way this was done was in Larry Niven's Known Space series, where it was just an extremely common thing humans did for the sake of cosmetics/style, like dying your hair is these days.
>>41526857one show...fireflyfuck you
>>41530842Through this test we have proven that it is possible to out-pleb a pleb.
>>41530842How does a Reaver clean his harpoon?He puts it through the WASH
>>41526857I like both.
So let me see if I have this straight:>blue: psionics, physically weak and depression prone>green: strong, take everything literally>grey: no feels, no positive trait>reds: confrontational and aggressive, no positive trait>purple: damage resistant, ditzyIs that about right?
>>41531826>blacks: proud and conniving, no positive traitI think reds are fast
>>41532013Oh, didn't realize they had made the official list. I thought their positive gimmick was influence and power and stuff.
>>41527669This nigga gets it.
>>41532086Oh, i thought the positives were like powers, and somebody said they didnt have one.Yeah they have influence then
>>41532093But that's pretty much human too.
space opera and hard sci fi are different and equally valid genres anon.I like my purple space pussy as much as the next guy but I also like genuinely believable futuristic space fiction
>>41532127That's not super relevant to fighty unit battle manager simulator though, might drop them.
>>41532477That, and as everyone else and their grandma has pointed out, purple space chicks aren't actually all that implausible on a long enough timeline.
>>41530915This was not ok. This was the least ok thing I have ever seen. No. Just... just no.
>>41527669While I agree, CSB's are not for sexual fantasies. It's a staple, and using it is showing that you proudly embrace the heritage of the genre.I'm more into sentient gas clouds/slime molds/potted plant/giant spiders myself, but if there isn't one rubber forehead alien or green seductress it feels like a soulless effort.
>>41532534YES, JUST YES.
>>41526857Since when does "hard" sci-fi mean you can't have blue space elves?Genetic engineering, yo.
>>41532483No but it's relevant to Space Politics RP.Most of their powers aren't really useful for ship-to-ship conflict anyway; who needs super strength in a spaceship!
>>41532602True.So I guess grey means no feels and this is kind of a positive/negative feature depending?
>>41532483Having them and their clout around means you get access to better tech and more resources, obviously. That's very relevant to managing battles.
>>41532643I'd imagine greys are something about intelligence or science but are emotionally stunted
>>41532707>teach me of this human thing called "love"
>>41532665>>41532707Yeah, that's relevant, ok. I might be back later with a little dude tape measure and dice pusher system.
>>41528384>vagina like a beer cooler
Not /tg/ related, fuck off to /lit/, /co/, or preferably deviantArt.
>>41533750I cant wait till summer's over and the Newfag /tg/ Police fuck right offIm sick of all the shitposting
>>41533916I don't hear any rolling dice. All I hear is >muh fapbait!If that isn't shitposting, I don't know what is.
>>41532707this is fucked up
>>41533974MtG has no dice
>>41533974There were literally discussions on designing a homebrewed game in this thread. If that's not /tg/-related, nothing is.
>>41529671>call them onyxI don't mind, but if you go with a mineral naming convention on your alien babes, expect a lot of Steven Universe references from players.
>>41526857So much this. Goofy/cheesy scifi is awesome
>>41534126>puffy 50s raygunGod tier taste>>41534046Ignore it. They've been shitting on all world building threads for a month.
>>41527771I'm sorry you're a joyless, po-faced cunt
>>41534046So OP is just a fag, then. That clears up so much. Carry on, sergeant.
>>41534157Also fond of the 'rings around the barrel' design
>>41533916They won't leave until we eliminate quest threads.They are the first thing newfriends see and are what causes such reddit tier users
>>41527261>>This. Green waifus invented the genre. Blue waifus are knockoffs. You must be color blind. Dejah Thoris was the original chromatic space waifu, and she was red.
>>41535047Deja Thoris is the kind of waifu you just want to snuggle playfully withBizarrely, one of the better female characters in fiction, given that she's from a turn of the century male-power fantasy pulp series.
>>41527916grit != realism
There's a disturbing lack of mechanical crew members in this world-building thread>Robos before hos
>>41527916>Are you shitting me? Every sci fi movie nowadays tries for realism. Alien, 2001, Predator, Terminator-- Everything's gritty and obsessed with realism.
Jupiter Ascending was pretty good nonsense.
>>41535178>Bizarrely, one of the better female characters in fiction, given that she's from a turn of the century male-power fantasy pulp series. Meh. She doesn't do much other than sit around looking pretty and enduring the constant threat of being raped by scary alien monsters. Bust still mai waifu. Plus she lays eggs. That's way hotter to me than it should be.
The Ringworld novels did interspecies sex better than anything in this thread.
>>41526857I'd like some bubble helmets and a sense of innocence back in Sci-Fi too.
>>41536300To elaborate, less "Humanity Fuck Yeah!" and more "Isn't space awesome?" Sort of feel. Less "Dark Heart of Space" and more "Final Frontier" where the possibilities are limitless and space is about as foreboding as the open ocean today.
>>41535178>>41536184Meh, Thuvia was always best Martian Girl.
>>41536300I like when the bubbles have antennas on top.>>41536205>ringworldNo
>>41536300>Sense of innocenceI don't know man. I've been listening to X minus One adaptations of 1950's stories from Galaxy and Astounding and quite a lot of them are cynical as fuck. There will come soft rain by Bradbury is one of the most depressing thing I've ever read. Its up there with Johnny Got his Gun.Maybe pre-atomic fiction was more hopeful?
>>41535047Damn. How can an Earth girl ever hope to compete with that?10/10 will lay eggs with.
>>41536437Eh, the optimism has just always been a staple of cheesy pulp fiction, that's more about wish fulfilment than anything serious.
>>41536184Hers is a strength to suffer gamely through adversity with the unbreakable pride of a royal woman. Thuvia was the one who was the tomboy. She tamed giant Martian battle cats and won a catfight against a crazy white martian bitch (that unfortunately happened off screen).
>>41536437>War of the Worlds>1000 Leagues under the Sea>Lensmen, Skylark series where evil shit happens all the time.Nope.
>>41536437It's the difference between historical shit and retro shit. If you want a more recent example, watch They Live and then watch Kung Fury. There's a big gap between the past and our concept of the past.
>>41526857I wouldn't go that far, but I'd say that they certainly make it better by sole grace of existing.
>Space Babe RPG plot ideas>Different colors and types of space girls engage in catfights to decide superior race>PCs are a multi-race team entering a martial arts tournament to demonstrate the power of cooperation>PC is from a physically weak race but makes up for it though hard work and training. Her rival is from a martial race that conquered her planet aeons ago and wants to show the PC her place.>A fighting tournament is held by a super-evolved glowy cloud alien to find the strongest woman in the universe and grant her a boon. The PCs team up for a team if only to make sure the girls that make it to the finals aren't evil.What do you think tg?
How much conversion would it take to run Busty Barbarian Bimbos in space?
>>41536799>inspiring 80s cartoon moral lesson bitch fightsyeah ok
>>41536799No. That's getting into magical realm territory. Retro Space Adventures, featuring, but not limited to, CSBs is where it's at>>41535809Not a full crew without one
>>41533165I have slightly more than this, but the basic update is this:>all units are equal in value, pickup games are in "x dudes" format rather than "x points">first player to score a certain number of points wins>generic fightan units don't really do much in terms of scoring>upgraded fightan units give the opponent points if they are taken out>non fightan units can be entirely passive (or merely garbage at fighting) but give the opportunity for their commander to generate points>units are race, outfit, and equipment (usually one item but some outfits allow multiple slots)
>>41536907>dressup for your CSB'sYes>>41536799Make the PCs Fight Managers training and promoting CSB figters.You could have stuff like fight fixing, telling them to take dives, etc
>>41536882>getting into magical realm territoryAnon, we're making an RPG about alien space babes. The realm has been breached.But I do like the idea of creating a Retro Space Opera game and having multi colored space babes in it. You would need a class for a sword carrying Planetary Romance guy, an intergalactic policeman like a Lensman, a space frontiersmen (Not a "space cowboy". Think John Wayne over Han Solo) because there were a lot of "use this western plot but in outer space" stories in Galaxy Science Fiction. Even Star Trek was called a "wagon train to the stars" and had a "frontier settlers get a shipment of wives" episode.Some sort of "evolved" class. Like a Slan or a kid from "Star, Bright" or Childhood's End.Any other ideas for classes for Retro Space Opera the RPG?Any ideas for a more fetishy space babe RPG?
>>41531826The Greys are super smart.The Reds are super fast.
>>41536961>Fight ManagersIf you want to crank the fetish gauge up a notch you could have slave owners pitting their collections of CSBs against fight managers or other slave owners.Wasn't that sort of an episode on Star Trek?Personally I'd love an RPG where a warrior princess Red could fight against a slave girl Green. Class AND race drama.
>>41532791It wouldn't work.Their brains are wired wrong. They can understand it to an extent and as a theory, they just can't feel it.
>>41536978>Anon, we're making an RPG about alien space babes. The realm has been breached.Good point>More classesThere has to be 50s science guys, crazy geniuses who contact other universes, who invent Ray Guns that can level moons.>FetishyFuck it, I'll contribute>The whole Slave Girl thing is a misunderstanding. It's a sign of great affection when they choose you as their master
>>41537051300 quatloos on that one, etc>>41537054Feelingless creatures can be made to feel if exposed to sufficient quantities of whatever passes for heterosex, it's scientific fact.
>>41536961>dressupI think right now the outfit list is Trooper Outfit, Commander Outfit, Hero Outfit, and Damsel Outfit. So it isn't too amazing.
>>41526857No, we can't.
>>41537089Slave Girl outfit
>>41537089There needs to be as many fetish outfits as we can fit.>>41537076Oh yeah, the one with the talking rock piles under glass right?>>41537060Some CSB are from highly competitive polygamous races. They compete to show their strength and earn attention from their husband fight promoter.>More ClassesI'd like something like a Robert Sheckley class where you can whip out wonder-devices that have a chance of utterly fucking you over.We could have a Cordwainer Smith Underpeople class to bring in some catgirls and retro-furries.And an actual cat class. Because Cordwainer Smith.
>>41537139That's damsel outfit. It's for pure support noncombatants and gives spesswizards extra magic juice.
>>41537173I think they were talking brains.edit: they were brainsedit2: seriously just searched "300 quatloos" on GIS
>>41536184Confirmed for having no clue what you're talking about
>>41537089Priestess robes, French maid, surprisingly attractive workers coveralls, beach wear, space suit.
>>41536961>>41537051I kinda want to play CSB fight manager.I had made a thread on /tg/ a while back about how to do a (non CSB) sort of e-fed random generator and it got no replies.
>>41528183I was going to post something along these lines, but you've summed it up perfectly.
Questions about CSB Catfights the RPGShould normal Earth girls be involved? Have them fight back and show all these men-stealing aliens that Terran women can be sexy fighters as well?How about throwing in robots? Catgirls?Mechanics wise, maybe robots can be "cheat" options? Gynoids, atleast the really OP ones, aren't normally allowed in CSB fights but you can take a risk and try to smuggle one in. It'll be a nod to all those "robot sportsmen" stories.Lots of fun scenarios as a fight promoter. The Princess of the Orange people occupying the Green homeworld is going to fight a submission match against the daughter of the Green freedom fighter/terrorist. You can fix the fight in one of the girls favor, but who do you choose?A perky Terran girl is kicking ass with the ancient fighting styles of boxing and jujitsu and she wants to pass on the fighting style. Should it be to a fellow Terran or to an alien? Should humanity keep its ace in the hole fighting style to itself or should there be a free flow of martial arts knowledge?Should some races just be better than others? It could be interesting to have underdog races (could rig fights in their favor when they're on their homeworld and then throw them to the wolves when you're out of there).
>>41537265Priestess, maid and beach wear are filed under damsel. Space suit is probably trooper (though maybe some beach wear would be filed under trooper too, who knows). Coveralls are actually their own job, so they qualify. Basically outfit is job, not an aesthetic choice.
>>41537426Terran Tomboy martial artist vs an alien warrior princess that looks something like >>41535047Would you root for your homeworld girl /tg/? Extra fetish credit: What should the penalty for losing be?
>>41537527>anime>in this threadonejob.rtf
>>41537527I guess I'd root for the human, underdogs are pretty cool.Sex as a bad thing to be avoided is strongly against my erotic predilections so I'd honestly rather not get my fetishes involved in that aspect.
>>41537589Yeah I'm sure that someone is going to advocate that the winner fart on the loser's face or whatever but it's not very good for the story.
>>41537426Purples are basically immune to damageWhat about a super-strong green vs an immovable purple?
>>41537635Purples are immune to unarmed humanish things but in the interest of fairness fall down after being hit a certain number of times.
So wait there's>crewbuilding starship RPG>card/mini based battle game>fight promoter waifu battles RPGright?
>>41537527>humansGross>>41537426>robotsYes but only if they're silver sci-fi types and not cosplaying as meatbags
>>41537718Those have all been proposed, but none of them actually exist in any meaningful way.mini based battle game is something I'll single handedly tackle if there's any interest, if not I'll probably put at least some effort behind whichever one of the others has the best chance of getting finished
>>41537830Personally I'm a fan of the one where you're a ship captain kirking it up with a crew full of ayyys
>>41532599Mah nigga you have excellent taste.
>>41526857>The only vibe of sci-fi is space operaPlese don't use /tg/ anytime soon. Preferably never
>>41536437There's plenty of optimistic stories from that time as well. Partly because the editor of one of the biggest SF magasines was a big fan of HFY and mandated the stories should feature humanity being awesome (this was also partly because before that the market was saturated with shitty War of the Worlds knockoffs, and he wanted to get writes to do something else). The beginning of the space age in general was a pretty optimistic period, as it seemed we'd get to other planets within a human lifetime, and technology was advancing at amazing rate. While science fiction has a tendency to be reactionary and present problems caused by takign new technology to the extreme, you also had large amount of stories of brave space-explorers exploring new planets and dealing with problems using their ingeniuty.
>>41536799I don't know if this picture should go in my Star Wars folder or my Mass Effect folder
>>41538426Put a copy in bothSometimes you're in a ME mood, sometimes a SW mood
>>41537440>CoverallsI would move Space Suit into this category as well.
Are there male versions of the CSBs or are we going to end up with shit going full Asari bullshit.I would prefer there to be the male equivalent in the background but obviously will probably not be the main focus of the game.
>>41538799All girls and lezzies
>>41527529>wastlyI like you
>>41538799Nah, ruins the whole point if we have dudes in it. You'd have to think of some way we get lots of beefcake in pulpy sci-fi. Gladiatorial fights, maybe?
>>41538210It has nothing to do with realism. But you are completely ignoring all kinds and types of sci-fi. It's like saying the only type of fantasy is heroic high fantasy set in Standard European Medieval Fantasyland
>>41538799Not CSBs, but fantastically handsome Space Bucaneers might be cool. Could they be a threat, mechanically? As in there's a chance you could lose some babes to them?
>>41539216As a threat! I don't want to lose my Space Babes, mang!
>>41539266>>41539285Guys! I only suggested it because I thought it would be a cool danger/NPC. You should really try to be more accepting of new ideas
>>41539285>>41539216>hating on thinking man's fetish.
>>41539057>It's like saying the only type of fantasy is heroic high fantasy set in Standard European Medieval Fantasyland>implying any other sort really matters
>>41539499From a reproductive (ie useful) standpoint, the most worthless (common) fetishes are NTR, homosexuality, and necrophilia.
>>41539524This is why this is a thinking man's fetish. Go back to your breeding fantasies, redneck.
If this is going to create yet another quest, heads will roll.
>>41539543I'm sorry your thoughts are so limited in scope that they stop with your death.
>>41527706Childhoods End is fucking amazing but you might be spoiling the ending.
>>41539557And yours center around only the most basic instincts.
>>41539524Homosex and NTR are degeneracies, but Necro is pretty cool
This is getting silly. Any Anons have art references for outfits/weapons? Bonus points if they're Barbarella-tier goofy. Love what >>41534126 posted
>horribly uninspired shallow color-coded alien people>people still go for it for 200 posts because it's so retardedly simple it's easy to input anything and argue aboutThis place fucking sucks.
>>41527023There's no reason it has to be elf.Just alien babes with the likes of blue/green/purple skin
>>41539671>Taking the time to commentFuck off back to your superkewl 40K bollocks then, m8
>>41527771Fiona is pretty fuckable as a big green ogre you know
Reds and Blues have never managed to form stable governments of their own. They lack the temperament for it.Reds are too fiery tempered and fractious. The moment they build a nation it immediately falls apart, tears itself to pieces from the inside out and often as not civil war.Blues are too depressed. Its hard to be a ruler when they have to keep sharp objects away from you. If they try to rule anything but other blues they quickly promote one of the locals and abdicate/retire/runaway/are found hanged. They don't want a crown. They just want a hug.Greys have never founded their own government at all, ever. They rely on others to do that. Usually the Blacks.Grey power comes from the fact that they, and only they, have the mental aptitudes to make, maintain, repair and operate the Warp-engines. They tried making robots to do it but something about it drives AI insane.Blacks usually end up in positions of power. They tend to be ambitious and extremely good organizers. They tend to be back-stabby. Unlike the Reds they keep the back-stabbing discreet.Greens tend to rule themselves. They tend to rule only themselves. They have few planetary governments but build small fortified enclaves on as many worlds as possible.Greens are all about survival. If they spread themselves far enough they can never be exterminated and there will always be somewhere for reinforcements to come from. It also ensures that they get invited to every war that happens. Its like sport to them.Purples are too ditzy to do governmenting. They much prefer to fly around on star ships and finding beaches to sunbathe on.
>>41539806Big dumb purples continue to be the best
>>41539671Don't you have an Age of Sigmar General you need to make?>>41539806Purple confirmed for most philosophical race.
>>41530915I'm too upset to laugh, but if I wasn't emotionally invested, I would be laughing.
>>41539931>>41539700>people so buttblasted by GW they think their color coded planet of hats races are more imaginative than the blandest of bland, Space Marines.
>>41536854>How much conversion would it take to run Busty Barbarian Bimbos in space?Pretty sure there's already a splat for that.
>>41539947You have shit taste in humour AND writing, then.>>41539971It's not the imagination, m8, it's the pulpiness of their genres. People are nostalgic about it, for one thing.
>>41539971Why are you hanging out in a thread you don't like?That seems pretty dumb.
>>41539524Sure, if you're a masoschist who gets off on NTR by being the cuckolded. If you identify as the man facilitating the infidelity then it's hardcore reproductive.
>>41539806I forgot Robots. The Shiny and Chrome.Tending towards being a cross between Green and GreyOrUsually much like their creatorsBeyond that I got nothing.
>>41536300>>41535178>>41535047>>41534809>>41534212>>41534126>>41532599>>41529632>>41529301>>41528537>>41527838>>41527765>>41527163>>41527051>>41526857Any more of this sort of ye olde sci-fi pics?
>>41541269>A cat is fine too
>>41526857No.Stargate was amazing, despite having very few oddly colored space babes.
>>41541497>Stargate was amazing
>>41527771It's less wank fodder (for me) and more that there's a natural ability to relate that comes with creatures that look human. Maybe it's more realistic to have a bunch of crazy space bugs but it's less fun
>>41541640>It'sOn.jpg.It's not the only good scifi I've seen, but it's way better than [InsertYourFavoriteSeriesHere]!In all seriousness though, SG1/SGA are the most entertaining SciFi Series I've come across to date.Out of currently ongoing series, Defiance has been pretty good to fantastic (depending on the season), killjoys has been alright so far, and dark matter seems to be getting pretty interesting as well.I enjoyed the shit out of Farscape. BSG was alright up until that awful ending. Andromeda was fun.I've never been a very big Star Trek fan though.
10/10 would do again.
Do you know any book/anime/series/videogame/comic/tabletop where the aliens are really aliens and not humans with different colors?
>>41541943>Predator>literally just humans with weird mouthsAnon pls
>>41541978>humanoid-shaped=just a human with a small differenceWhatever you say bro.
>>41541731>the most entertaining SciFi Series to dateWhat is Firefly?I'll take "Obvious Shit" for 1000, Alex.
>>41542011Firefly's a boring shit show that deserved to be cancelled. None of it was going places, the characters are all idiots, and the only thing good about it - Including the visuals, consisting of shitty ships design dating back to the Millennium Falcon on goddamned everything - Is the scripting, which would have worked out in a dozen more interesting settings.
>>41542059>See post mentioning a beloved series in a positive light.>Make several broad, subjective comments posing said beloved franchise negatively.That's a cool story, bruh!
>>41542011As the anon you were responding to:I enjoyed Firefly quite a bit.Less than SG1/SGA, but still quite a bit.
>>41542011A shitty, clichéd, badly-written overhyped may-may normie show. Watch Cowboy Bebop, at least.>>41542100That's literally 4chan in one post, anon. Anyway, he's right- it's clichéd to hell and back.>>41542108It's not bait, saying you like FF is bait.
>>41542293Oh look at the widdle baby anon, thinking something that is popular and well liked means it's bad.>So elite>So clean>So freshEventually when you move out of your hipster wannabe stage you'll realize that just because something is well liked and popular it doesn't mean that it's bad.
>>41542450>Well-Liked>PopularAside from the pretentious fanboy crowd, noone gives a shit about firefly. It's already a faded memory behind whatever's on HBO, and noone outside of your social group is going to remember it. Serenity was shit and that's the closest thing to ever seeing Firefly in anything again.
>>41542293Except that wasn't all that good eithier. Anime in general never is.
>>41542011Honestly Firefly just comes off as another Joss Whendon product. It might be the fact that I dislike his stuff so much now that has soured it for me but even in hindsight the only character I liked was Jayne and Wash.The rest were kind of meh.
>>41529232>Space Captains traveling the galaxy, collecting a crew of Chromatic Space BabesAre we doing this like a full RPG, or are we making something like the Tower Girls, but with alien babes?I'm honestly up for either option at this point.
>>41542872It depends on whether we first attract an artist who sticks around long term or a decent rule sperg who can write clearly.
>>41542872>another tower girlsPlease no. That shit is even worse than quest threads.
>>41542450Firefly is *only* liked by hipsters, anon. The kinds of people who'd say shit like "oh, I don't like any of this modern stuff, just this show that got cancelled because it was too good SO SAD BOO HOO IF ONLY WE HAD THIS INSTEAD OF THE KARDASHIANS".
>>41542626It's not bait just because you disagree with it, anon.Reddit sure is out in force today.>>41542627Possibly, but I remember it being quite meh and played-out when it came out.
>>41543056I watched it when it was on the air and liked it. So did several of my friends. We were sad to see it go.Personally I hate the Kardashians, but only because I think they're retarded and dragging humanity down. Just like most of "reality" tv shows are and the same with modern day news. All of is a cheap attempt to get views so they can squeeze out a bit more advertising money. None of it is programming designed to make people come back and watch it.That being said, that is not all modern media. I do really enjoy some shows that have come out recently, such as Agents of Shield.
>>41526857Aww did widdle babby try to read the culture and get confusedaww it's okay
>>41543098>Likes Firefly>Believes reality T.V. is dragging humanity down>Likes Agents of Shield>Probably likes Joss Whedon as a personYou are proof that humanity has evolved to create a new breed of man, the Uberpleb.
>>41543098Wow people actually exist who like agents of shield
>>41543211Aww did widdle babby accidentally mistake /lit/ for a good boardaww its okay
>>41543230Nothing's being mentioned about /lit/But I guess you're on /tg/, whining like a cunt about books because it'd get moderated there or something
>>41543214>>41543224I should specify I liked the first season.I don't like Joss Whedon as a person, I think his beliefs are retarded for the most part.Also, you watch a few episodes of Lizard Lick Towing on "True" t.v. and tell me that shit isn't dragging down humanity.
>>41543269Nah, I just hate retarded hipsters like you who actually think they're better than everyone else for liking something different.Also>He likes moderationOh I'm sorry, did someone once say something to you that offended you?>>41543276No media can ever possibly drag down anything. We can drag down media, not the other way around. If something's successful and popular, it's because it's what people like- sorry bud, but that's how it works.
>>41543314>hipstersYou're the one railing against the majority of a genre for a single arbitrary reason
>>41543326I'm not railing against any part of anything- I'd think OP's a faggot too if I believed he wasn't just being hyperbolic in order to get responses (okay, that's pretty faggoty)- but going the other way and pretending pulpy space opera is somehow inferior is just as disgusting.
Thread is no longer bumping.I'll actually have some real mini pvp battle game content to post sometime today, though.
>>41543314Not everything on television is because it's successful or popular. Seriously, some things are just on there for shock value. It's the same thing as clickbait articles online, but applied to television. You get people to view your shit just to bump your ratings. It doesn't matter how shitty your shit is, if it makes someone stare for a few minutes.
>>41543362Then start a new thread with it.Please
>>41543396Yeah, this is my plan. Given how much this one blew up I sort of figured there would be one without me, though.
>>41539671>contributing in a meaningful way
>>41543211>the cultureWhy is this spammed in every scifi thread?
>>41527916>Interstellar >Realistic lolno
>>41528587And what would stop you?