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8th Feb 2018, 6:00 AM
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The Dust Settles
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Newbiespud 8th Feb 2018, 6:00 AM edit delete
Artist: ChrisTheS

212 images and 32 updates later, the collaboration draws to a close. We shall soon return to regular TV show screencaps.

I think I managed to use every single image I was provided with. Maybe not always with the original context they were conceived with, but we made it work. I cheated and used one repeat, which was the initial Magma Beast image. But other than that, the sequence made a beyond-excellent blueprint for the scripting of the long-awaited Elusive boss fight. Seriously, I've been wanting to do this since I started the Swarm of the Century arc.

I urge you all to check out ChrisTheS's deviantART page, check out the full-res RAW image compilations for these pages, check out Star Mares... just throw as much internet love his way as possible, because I never would have been able to pull off anything like this on my own. For Friendship is Dragons and the things I wanted to do with it, this has been a dream come true. Thanks, ChrisTheS.


ANW 8th Feb 2018, 6:20 AM edit delete reply
What does your party do to celebrate the end of a major part of the campaign? Both in-game and out-game.
BuffaloBrony 8th Feb 2018, 6:34 AM edit delete reply
"What does your party do..."

Usually die in a Total Party Kill to some mooks...

Seriously - it's happened like 3 times now. Defeat the big bad of the arc, rest up, swagger up to a munch of two bit hoods and then faceplant .
Boris Carlot 8th Feb 2018, 10:48 AM edit delete reply
I'll let you know if a campaign ever lasts long enough to get us to one. :(
Digo Dragon 8th Feb 2018, 11:13 AM edit delete reply
Digo Dragon
I've had... four campaigns reach a conclusion.

The first was the longest-running D&D campaign I DM'd and at the end the PCs retired and ran their own business--a tavern where future adventurers can all meet up. Second was a post-apocalypse campaign where the PC blew up a chunk of the moon to destroy an alien mothership. They then continue exploring the world, riding into the sunset. Third was a western where the PCs got drunk and partied until they found themselves on a train going to Mexico. They were okay with this. Fourth was a conspiracy game where the PCs saved the world from an alien colonization plot by detonating a nuke on the island where the joint alien-human Illuminati program was running from. All the PCs save one killed themselves in this detonation. The sole survivor went into hiding, watching out in case any of the baddies survived.

Out of game? We usually go to Denny's.

Derp, forgot a game. Shadowrun--PCs sold off a ton of paydata they collected from the evil Johnsons they killed and retired to the Caribbean. It wouldn't last...
Bunnygeon Master 8th Feb 2018, 11:26 AM edit delete reply
My players have a strange predilection for roleplaying their PCs going out for drinks, despite all of us being teetotalers in reality. I suppose they think it's just a classic part of fantasy RPG.
Specter 8th Feb 2018, 3:29 PM edit delete reply
Both in (which is then followed by a series of "what they did afterwards...") and out (which is followed by going home and going to bed) of game looks a bit like this .
Dakkath 9th Feb 2018, 1:19 AM edit delete