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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 1874: Turned, Tied, and Twisted, Just a Hurt, Bound Misfit

    Many game systems have some form of what is generically called "hero points", which are resources that PCs can spend to significantly improve their odds of a successful

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  2. Episode 1873: 'Cause A Kylo Ren Party Is Mandatory

    There are many instances in which GMs would roll dice in secret so the players don't have insider knowledge (that their characters wouldn't know) of what is going on.

    For cases

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  3. Episode 1872: Ain't No Party Like A Kylo Ren Party

    Softening people up with a bit of violence is always a good sign of true villainy. Remember the scene in The

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  4. Episode 1871: You Don't Treat Me No Good No More

    Being fatigued makes you less effective at various tasks, both physical and mental. Not all games have a fatigue tracking system, but for those that do the effects can vary from a small

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  5. Episode 1870: Change of Coarse

    Radios solve many problems that may stand in the way completing a quest. Instant communication is a powerful technology in the context of adventurers needing to get word to someone else about something

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