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Droids and Darths webcomic

Darths & Droids is an "RPG screencap comic" that parodies Star Wars. The characters in the comic are roleplaying game (RPG) players. The premise of the comic is that the Star Wars saga as we know it does not exist, rather the comic takes place in an alternate universe where Star Wars does not exist. Despite aspects of a Star Wars setting the comic's characters are oblivious to anything concerning Jedi, or Tatooine, or Anakin Skywalker before the game begins. Using screenshots from the live-action films to tell the story, the Comic Irregulars are not constrained by the dialogue, allowing a largely different plot to be constructed around the visuals from the films.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Star Wars as it would have been played as an RPG.
Darths & Droids
  1. Episode 1961: Congratulations! Your Killer Evolved Into Guard Devourer

    Audacity can definitely be a good trait for a hero to have. Chutzpah, boldness, moxie, cockiness, sheer outrageous gall. You can go anywhere if you look confident

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  2. Episode 1960: Grocers Cata’strophe

    Don't forget that everyone has their own adversaries - including the adversaries of the heroic band of PCs. Someone who doesn't like someone else could show up at any time when the someone else is

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  3. Episode 1959: Lumber, Writhe, Hiss, Arrive

    Stuck for a way to interpret a critical failure roll? Just negate everything the character was trying to do.

    (Works best for attempt descriptions with an odd number of negatable

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  4. Episode 1958: Ridiculo ad Absurdum

    The logical argument is a good way to establish the facts about a situation, presenting irrefutable evidence to any potentially hostile NPCs that you're innocent of whatever they're accusing you of,

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  5. Episode 1957: Shokugeki Literature Club

    If you come up with a fantastical name for someone or something in a game or other work of fiction, try running it past a couple of people first to make sure it doesn't sound like something you

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