Since it was decided Tom was gonna work for Weers Publishing, I did wanna at least TRY and establish something of the terms of a 'contract'. That is basically all I could get and no, it isn't fully detailed out. It's all I could honestly figure out and get onto the page comfortably. And I use the word comfortably very loosely. If you wanna ask someone for more details or a better explanation, ask Deadpan Sal.
Next page is tomorrow, Friday.
Interesting win conditions, given we all know how this ends...
Yes, but remember that the 'canonical' outcome could be changed pretty easily with some clever screencapping. Happened in DM of the Rings, and that was a railroad plot.
Ha! I was wondering if Tom was based on the host of Toonami! ...Now Mary Weers just needs to be represented by Moltar. :P
It works plenty well for an 'agreement in good faith'.
So the Gems campaign was the one Weers got some rights to already? I couldn't find where it was said, but it makes sense.
It's always interesting when roleplaying things figure out a way to do 'versus' D&D. In Knights of the Dinner Table, they left it vague for years before they established a points-based board-game-like dungeon crawl.
I'm curious how Tom will handle Steven being half-gem, and him getting out of that gem-oriented prison. Is Steven homebrew, even after they converted to shadowrun?
Steven is accounted for within the rules.
My guess is the DM will rule that Steven has to roll Constitution to see whether or not his body can handle the Gem dissolution type tech, and Steven passes.
*bites nails anxiously*
The big tension. Also the obligatory Homestuck reference. I am excited and a lil' bit anxious. Let's do this.
It’s nice to see Tom in action. Heard about him in Aangvanced during the crit-con arc, but now we get to see him in action. Kinda excited