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Newbiespud 25th Apr 2015, 6:00 AM edit delete
Magic and technology mixing in odd ways is always fun, even if it results in what looks like a spiraling plot hole at first glance.


ANW 25th Apr 2015, 6:18 AM edit delete reply
I agree on dash for this one.
I gave this before, but I think it's been long enough to post again.
What brought you to the webcomic? MLP, D&D, recommended, other.
Me:looking for a good mlp comic.
ANW 25th Apr 2015, 6:20 AM edit delete reply
Also, first. Me? Well, that's unexpected.
MuffinMark 25th Apr 2015, 6:28 AM edit delete reply
MLP, and it was this comic that finally got me to seek out a game to join.
Boris Carlot 25th Apr 2015, 7:49 AM edit delete reply
Like I said last week; Randomly stumbled on it via tvtropes. I'm not even a big pony fan apart from this strip, to be honest. I've seen most of S1 and 2 (I skipped any CMC or song-heavy episodes) but that's about it.
Rubahhitam 25th Apr 2015, 8:01 AM edit delete reply
I was actually into D&D before getting into MLP. A good friend recommended I check out Friendship is Dragons. And now I get to read a comic that does a terrific job of combining elements from two of my favorite things! Hey, Newbiespud! If you're reading this, TTTTTTTHHHHHHHAAAAAAANNNNNNNKKKKKKK YYYYYYYOOOOOOOUUUUUUU!!!!!!!

Keep up the good work and have fun at EFNW for those of us unable to make it!

Disloyal Subject 25th Apr 2015, 8:50 AM edit delete reply
Disloyal Subject
As mentioned, TVTropes. I've been fond of FiM and D&D since before that, but this comic and Will Save World for Gold are what finally helped me make sense of 4th edition - I tried to learn it first, gave up in confusion, and later took up 3.5. Now I'm pretty sure the only edition I haven't tried & liked is Basic.
Dragonflight 25th Apr 2015, 11:01 AM edit delete reply
All you really need to know about D&D 4.0 is that it was an attempt by WotC to create an MMO on paper. Those are the rules it follows. It's an MMO. But while tabletop RPG's could in some ways be considered the prototype for MMO's, the reverse doesn't work so well. Which is why so many people switched to Pathfinder (not to mention why it came out in the first place.)
Draxynnic 26th Apr 2015, 12:39 AM edit delete reply
Actually, Pathfinder came out because WOTC got greedy and was charging an exorbitant amount, as w