Evidently Advanced Dungeons and Dragons 2nd Edition. Copied from Wikipedia:
“Reluctant to shed blood, clerics are limited to blunt, bludgeoning weapons unless allowed other weapons by their dogma or mythos. They are trained for battle and spiritual works, so they may use any armor or shield.”
How come I always want Violet to be yellow? Seriously, I thought that was Alice or Agnes VMing cause I thought the sisters are closer in coloring (one being black and the other brown. I really should go to the BCN website each time I want one of the other three. Natasha I can remember, especially since it seems Georgia uses her more (given she doesn’t use up her pens as much, that might be why). But the other three I have problems remembering whose who.
Not too surprised. Parker-Brothers has multiple liscenses for various francises out there that that do Monopoly in. I know I’ve seen Star Wars Monopoly and I seem to recal having seen Game of Thrones Monopoly, Sex and the City Monopoly, and The Golden Girls Monopoly. The company Late for the Sky has liscenced to make various -opoly games. Including my Ireland-opoly and Boo-opoly, they’ve put out Cat-opoly, Dog-opoly, Christmas-opoly, Cocktail-opoly (mom has that one, I think that the property cards include recipes for various cocktails), Pony-opoly, Horse-opoly, John Deere-opoly (the tokens are all various John Deere historic farm tractors), Farm-opoly, Fairy-opoly, Space-opoly, Zombie-opoly, and Bacon-opoly among others. Between Parker-Brothers and Late for the Sky, there’s probabably hundreds of Monopoly and Monopoly-based games on the market.
Violet and… is it Alice or Agnes VMing? Anyway, Violet and the other A not playing?
With how empty those benches are in the first panel, where’d all those people come from?
Sounds more like Cap than Batman.
No, Rat, camping is not a mental illness. Glamping is.
No clue. AS I said yesterday, most D&D playing I did comes from computer games. The last actual time I tried actual D&D was like the late ‘80s/early to mid ’90s. Didn’t get very gar into the pen and paper version, but played a lot of computer game versions. And there they don’t tell you the dice, you just pick numbers when you start a character from scratch. Did a lot of Moraff’s Revenge and Ancients: Deathwatch that way.
Was gonna mention that myself.
If it’s more like Ireland-opoly, it’s even more fun than standard Monopoly or the various other -opoly that just follow Monoply. Same basic rules as Monoply, so if you’ve played Monopoly you already know how to play most other -opoly games. But Ireland-opoly includes trivia on the property cards. So while you’re waiting you’re turn, you can be learning Irish trivia.