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    94 KB Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)05:32 No.4161791  
    So I'm running a Planescape campaign.

    The PCs are magical girls, and senior high school students from Sigil. They are imbued with magical girl powers on behalf of the factions they represent, and watched over by the Lady of Pain (a well-endowed older magical woman called Big Sis or Pain-chan).

    They fight to protect Sigil from evil and enjoy cute things. Sometimes other magical girls appear, each representing a plane, but they tend to fight each other and make a mess instead (the tsundere Baator-tan and Celestia-tan don't get along, for example).

    I was thinking of having Vecna be the bad guy. What do you think, /tg/?
    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)05:33 No.4161798
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    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)05:34 No.4161804
    >and watched over by the Lady of Pain

    That's probably the most twisted shit ever.
    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)05:35 No.4161809
    I'm in.

    Dibbs on Bleaker-Tan or Godsmen-Tan.

    Bleaker-tan would be mellow, never really too bothered about anything, but genuinely caring about everyone. Also the only one who really gets along with dustman-tan.

    Godsman-tan would be all into STUDY HARD, GET STRONGER, WORK OUT, GET BETTER. A super-intelligent little nerd who also happened to be buff as hell, but sometimes tramples others in her efforts to make the most out of herself.
    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)05:35 No.4161810
    Sounds like a hilarious trainwreck.

    Have fun.
    >> LogicNinja !X/WncDCXNA 04/02/09(Thu)05:35 No.4161811
    I think that you get 2/10.
    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)05:35 No.4161812
    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)05:39 No.4161833
    Fated-tan would be like Godsman-tan, but more selfish and not above actively exploiting the others. Blackmailing them, bribing teachers, stealing their homework or just plain bullying them.

    Guvner-tan would be the leader of the team, though, always making sure everyone does what they're told. Her sidekicks are Harmonium-tan and Mercykiller-tan, both of whom look up to her as being the most lawful, but sometimes they get into a fights because they both want to get her attention and affection.

    Guvner-tan never really notices them, though, she's too busy being tsundere for Free League-tan, who constantly skips class and comes up with novel solutions.
    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)05:39 No.4161835
    After the game gets boring and you spice it up by adding in a turncoat Planar Magical Girl, can I play Far Realm-tan?
    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)05:40 No.4161843
    I laughed so hard I nearly rocked myself out of my chair. If you're just making this as a joke, excellent work. If you're actually running this as a game, you are a god among little girls in silly costumes. No doubt D&D oldfags and japanophobes will rage, however.
    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)05:43 No.4161861

    I'm a D&D oldfag. I played 2nd ed. I love Planescape. Doesn't mean I don't have a sense of humour, though.


    Were me.

    Revolutionary League-tan would be a girl who wasn't formally admitted to the school, but she snuck in anyway. She's from an underpriviledged family and she intends to make sure all of the other students fail.

    She wishes Free League-tan would join her, and really hates Guvner-tan, but her plans never quite seem to work out because Xaositect-tan constantly ruins them by accident.
    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)05:44 No.4161870
    >Lady of Pain (a well-endowed older magical woman
    I'd ask for drawfaggotry of this, but I like our drawfags.

    Dust-tan is a goth loli with unusually form-fitting robes. Xaositect-tan is still just plain bugfuck insane.
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    I'm out /tg/ I'll come back tomorrow when its no longer April first.
    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)05:46 No.4161887

    Every few sessions should form an "episode," and each "episode" should be set on a different plane along the Great Ring.

    Make their school a walking castle-like thing with plane-jumping abilities, and the final showdown should be in Sigil.
    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)05:48 No.4161904

    The game is being set up in #suptg right now.
    >> LogicNinja !X/WncDCXNA 04/02/09(Thu)05:48 No.4161909
    Why not run Sigil Prep, instead?


    Shit's hilarious.
    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)05:52 No.4161941
    What system are you running it in? Because, while D&D of some sort would seem sensible, I'd really recommend looking into Trigger Discipline. Its rules lite, narrative heavy, but can be very crazy and very fun. Its moved away from the mecha cliches quite a lot- now it can generally be repurposed to any episodic type series with some form of crazy power.
    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)05:56 No.4161966

    So now Trigger Discipline is BESM. That's nice.
    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)05:59 No.4161990

    The problem with Trigger Discipline is that whatever you do, it doesn't really matter. I mean.

    The system doesn't really have any space for: "this stuff is more effective than that stuff in this situation" or "that's a really cool idea, you get a bonus." Using one Limit+3 skill or another Limit+3 skill is essentially the same, system-wise.

    You can't really improve your own chances of success by being creative or intelligent, all you can really do is roleplay well and hope the dice love you.

    I like the concept, but it needs work.


    "Raistlin Majere of Krynn" A FAGGOT FROM FAGGOTLAND.

    Fuck that shitty setting and all of the shitty main characters.


    Cipher-tan would be all Zen and shit, martial arts girl with tons of clever sayings for all situations. She's also the one tasked by Pain-chan to stop the other girls from being at each others' throats all the time.

    Sensate-tan is 100% stoned, 100% of the time. Every night she's out partying or something, and she will get you amazingly blazed if you as much as touch her. But somehow she seems to learn a lot from all of her hedonistic excesses.

    Athar-tan refuses to believe that the teachers know more than her, or that they're so special. She doesn't even like Pain-chan much, and is constantly out to discredit her and the school.
    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)06:03 No.4162020

    Tasselhoff Burrfoot is the best character from any D&D setting.
    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)06:08 No.4162055

    He's actually the only Kender I don't want to see raped to death by giant, spiky sticks. But that doesn't change the fact that Dragonlance fucking sucks, mang.
    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)06:12 No.4162096
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    Counts as Primus.
    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)06:14 No.4162112

    It can be semifixed by the addition of Exalted style stunt bonuses, i.e. if you think they did a really good description, give them a GAR point for the roll, temporary stat increase, or let a few successes deal more damage to an opponent. Its not covered in the rules, but it is relatively easy to come up with on the trot. Although, I'll agree some greater distinction between characters could be cool.
    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)06:27 No.4162233

    That won't really add much difference to what you DO in fights, though, only to how you describe it.

    Personally I always thought that the fix would be to give each player three dice for every roll, but let them pick which pool to take them from.

    You could roll three gar, three power, three trait or a combo of two of one plus one of another, one of each, etc.

    But then the drain wouldn't be limited to your trait, whichever one of the three you rolled the highest in would be the one you'd temporarily lose some power from.

    That would at least add a bit of a: "SAVE MY GAR OR BLOW IT ALL RIGHT AWAY?"-consideration.
    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)06:28 No.4162241

    Then the modrons would have to have cat ears and then they'd just look SILLY.
    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)06:52 No.4162451

    Should probably leave the planar races as-is. What about these planar magical girls?

    Celestia-tan could be a paladin-type girl, running around in a breastplate and swinging a longsword made of holiness. She rides a dragon and is a little bossy.
    Bytopia-tan as a pair of gnome sisters that don't get along all the time.
    Elysium-tan could be a miko who tries to be nice to everyone and everything, though she sometimes has to beat down evil with her magic broom.
    Beastlands-tan is probably a catgirl.
    Arborea-tan, I'm not sure. An elf who dresses like a fairy?
    Arcadia-tan could be a tsundere wannabe paladin and closet nerd.
    Ysgard-tan dresses like a valkyrie and drinks when there are no adults around who would stop her.
    Mechanus-tan would be the quiet glasses girl.
    Limbo-tan could be the energetic genki girl who annoys Mechanus-tan a lot.

    As for the darker magical girls...

    Acheron-tan could be a half-orc in rusty armor.
    Pandemonium-tan could be messy, dirty, loud and kind of crazy, but secretly just want to have friends.
    Baator-tan would be a tsundere chessmaster.
    Gehenna-tan could be a pyromaniac of some kind.
    Hades-tan would be the quiet, emotionless one.
    Carceri-tan could want to be some kind of policewoman, but is from a fiendish plane so she just doesn't get how it's supposed to work.
    Abyss-tan = yandere as hell.

    How is that?
    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)06:57 No.4162502

    Sounds perfect.

    You missed the Gray Waste, though. She'd probably be so sad and persistently depressed that anyone who hung around near her would get depressed as well. In at least one episode she'd save everyone by bumming out the villain so completely that he gave up fighting.

    Also the Outlands. As the peacemaker/teacher who prevents them all from murdering each other despite their opposed personalities?

    Also Gehenna might have a touch of the Just As Planned as well, it IS the home of the Yugoloths, after all.
    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)07:00 No.4162515

    Ooops. By Hades I mean Gray Waste.

    Those ideas are pretty good, though when I think of Outlands I keep thinking of Big Sis Pain-chan.
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    Quasielemental/paraelemental planes?

    Ooze-tan <3 <3
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    I hate you so much sometimes.
    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)07:19 No.4162607

    How would elemental magical girls fit in?

    I vote no goo girls. (Damn it, /tg/, why must you fag up good ideas?!?)
    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)07:23 No.4162621
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    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)07:32 No.4162656

    You can't really do much with the Quasi/Para-Elemental planes. You'll just get girls made out of one element and with one trait. Earth is conservative, fire is angry and energetic, ooze is sloppy, etc.
    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)07:38 No.4162686
    Nice troll, bro.
    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)07:38 No.4162687
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    Can't you, /tg/? Can't you?
    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)07:42 No.4162713

    Trick Elementalgirls of opposed elements into combining with each other.

    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)07:48 No.4162745

    Instead of magical girl powers, they could have mecha given to them by the archomentals. Like the Power Rangers!
    >> sage sage 04/02/09(Thu)07:51 No.4162769
    sage goes in all fields
    >> Bowlerhatman !!hZDPsoEDBxR 04/02/09(Thu)07:53 No.4162777
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    Fire is tsundere for water. Cold is deredere for water, air is deredere for fire, water is deredere for Earth. Earth is the oblivious guy that lusts after fire but doesn't realize that it's hopeless because fire isn't into "his type".
    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)08:10 No.4162842
    Adding all the elemental planes might be a pointless clusterfuck, though.

    Would animal/tiny elemental mascots work?
    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)08:12 No.4162849
    Is this the same board where they call you a fag for homebrew Avatar?

    I'm seeing... inconsistencies.
    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)08:18 No.4162870

    Joke ideas are different!
    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)08:19 No.4162880
    >>4162571 here,


    OK, OK, I'm sorry, I admit it was a mistake, let's not have elemental-chans.

    I just... like goo girls, is all.
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    Elemental magical girls aren't that bad an idea. I guess it depends on how the game turns out!
    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)08:41 No.4162962
    >and watched over by the Lady of Pain

    Wai! Wai! How dare you enter Sigil! We're gonna punish you horribly in the name of the Lady of Pain!

    >Sensate-tan is 100% stoned, 100% of the time.

    Sensate-tan, always trying to get into your pants...and your head.
    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)08:48 No.4162997

    Doomguard-tan. She's a bit of a pyro, disassembles anything she can get her hands on, wields oversized weapons and constantly gets into fights with Guvner-tan and her friends. Revolutionary League-tan keeps putting her up to bigger and worse kinds of destruction, but Doomguard-tan isn't bad at heart. Sometimes she even puts her skill at pulling things apart to use putting things back together.

    Are we missing any of the factions?
    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)09:10 No.4163115
    what about clueless~tan?
    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)09:33 No.4163246
    bump for awesome
    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)10:00 No.4163414

    The Clueless aren't a faction, clueless. They're not even the chosen lack-of-faction that the Indeps represent. They're the people who don't even KNOW what Factions ARE.

    Maybe some sort of transfer student, I suppose.
    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)10:11 No.4163482
    Any ideas on what to do about the Dabus? I mean, if you change the Lady of Pain, that ought to mean something for them...
    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)10:39 No.4163645

    Maybe the Dabus are the teaching staff?
    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)10:45 No.4163689
    The Dabus are the janitors.

    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)10:51 No.4163731

    Fair enough, but then who teaches? Factols? Fell should be the creepy head janitor, maybe in cahoots with Vecna or something.

    And what about Aoskar?
    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)12:17 No.4164298

    We forgot Athar-tan! She'd be kinda skeptical about everything good, especially if it seemed too easy, but rather than being mopey about it like Dustman-tan and Bleaker-tan, she'd be actively challenging. And while she wouldn't believe in gifts from above, she'd believe in her Big Sis and the other Tans.

    Aoskar would maybe be Pain-Chan's ex. Athar-tan would be distrustful of him, sure that he was just out to hurt their big sis again.

    Godsman-tan would kinda look up to how big and strong he was, and wish that she could be like him one day.

    Dustman-tan would be fascinated by his scars, though he wouldn't tell her that it was Pain-Chan who gave him them.
    >> sage sage 04/02/09(Thu)12:37 No.4164457
    I have to admit that this is a brilliant troll topic. Still, sage.
    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)14:42 No.4165602

    This actually isn't a troll, we're going to run this game. I think it could be pretty fun.
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    >this thread
    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)17:28 No.4167210

    Depends. Is it an ordinary high school otherwise?

    If so, the teachers could be unique NPCs from different backgrounds and factions. Maybe even the occasional celestial or tanar'ri...
    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)17:36 No.4167279
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    Well, Aoskar is dead in actual Planescape, but there's no reason he can't come back as a comedy villain or something. iirc, one of the unresolved plot hooks from the Planescape books was that Fell and some of the Signers were planning on resurrecting him.
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    > ...Oh god you're going to make Vecna a little girl aren't you.

    Not that I don't fully support magical girls anytime, anywhere.
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    Vecna might work better as a creepy male villain, but his minions could show up.

    ... as magical girls?
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    Never thought I'd find a /tg/ thread where magical girl pictures were related.

    ( this was last one :( )
    >> Phobonaut !tTBC.7oEaQ 04/02/09(Thu)18:03 No.4167502
    "I want to ask my mento-"


    Dude, you are one fucked up DM.
    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)20:52 No.4168859
    I vote Aoskar for the magical girl's cute animal mascot.

    "Big Sis" didn't kill him, she just depowered him a little!
    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)21:01 No.4168932
    Best campaign ever.

    Needs a Drawfag, for Pain-oneesama, if nothing else.
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    >>4161791What do you think, /tg/?
    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)21:04 No.4168961
    >watched over by the Lady of Pain (a well-endowed older magical woman called Big Sis or Pain-chan

    I can't decide between DO NOT WANT and FUND IT.
    >> Anonymous 04/02/09(Thu)23:00 No.4169650
    Indeed, someone fund or summon a drawfag to draw all the -tans.
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    The mental image of a magical girl with a hand for a head is actually kind of creepy.

    Also, counts as guardinal?
    >> Anonymous 04/03/09(Fri)00:22 No.4170084

    >Counts as Asmodeus

    >> Anonymous 04/03/09(Fri)00:32 No.4170153
    Reminds me of Night Wizard
    >> Anonymous 04/03/09(Fri)00:33 No.4170156
    >> Anonymous 04/03/09(Fri)00:33 No.4170159
    Actually, what do you plan to do with the game characters rule-system wise? Just vanilla D&D with vanilla classes?

    That somehow sounds wrong to me
    >> Anonymous 04/03/09(Fri)00:41 No.4170209

    All the possibilities so far have their own problems. It's tricky. We might be going for BESM, though.
    >> Anonymous 04/03/09(Fri)01:02 No.4170325
    what about Shekelor
    >> Anonymous 04/03/09(Fri)02:10 No.4170804

    What is this Night Wizard?
    >> Anonymous 04/03/09(Fri)05:24 No.4171888

    BESM pretty much relies on the players not breaking the system on purpose, but if that's enforced it'd be a good system.
    >> Anonymous 04/03/09(Fri)08:55 No.4172621

    >Asmodeus as a catgirl

    My brain hurts.

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