Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Alternative D&D Next Covers Released

Great peacemaker that I am, I have drawn some alternative DIY aesthetic covers for the new D&D Next. Feel free to photocopy them and duct tape them over the hardcover originals if they offend thee. Sadly I ran out of paper and lunch break time before I could finish the new DMG.(Kickstarter?)




19 comments:

  1. As I mentioned on my own blog, I thought all the covers depicted the imminent death of the PC.

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  2. Sorry, not buying anything that doesn't have a bunch of miscreants prying gems from the eyes of a demon idol.

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  3. WQRobb, I find the art bland, rather than offensive, but I like the fact that they say, "PCs will die unless you play well," rather than the usual, "your PC will be the most dangerous thing around, and awesome to boot".

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    1. Oh, and can we have these as pdf files?

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  4. Now those covers are OLD SCHOOL!!! Nicely done, hoss!

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  5. Quoting someone on g+, "Rawr! Fuck!" would be a good title for a game. I'm still going with "Madmen, Fools and Adventurers" though.

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  6. These look just like OD&D art!

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    1. Yup pretty much my thoughts exactly.

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    2. When did they ever pay for a red pen at TSR?

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  7. I can tell you that I would more likely buy a game with those covers than the WotC versions...

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  8. Seriously, this cracked me up. Awesome. haha.

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  9. In lieu of a 'Shit hot, love it' button...'Like'.

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  10. I'm am a literal person... so I hate when people write "LOL" because you *know* they didn't actually laugh out loud. They probably just smiled inwardly. It's so irritating how overused LOL is.

    But.. I literally just laughed out loud when I saw this. LITERALLY <-- used correctly.

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    1. That's why I use FLOL and LLOL: Figuratively Laugh Out Loud and Literally Laugh Out Loud.

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  11. I really liked this post so I added a link to it through my Best Reads of the Week series. I hope you don't mind.

    http://dyverscampaign.blogspot.com/2014/05/best-reads-of-week-may-17-23.html

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