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How do you make succubi a threat to the entire world? You know, the kind of thing that the heroes and kingdoms unite against lest the world be conquered/ended?
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Draft time

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First pack, 15 cards, pick 1 card.
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How do you put a fresh spin on ancient Egypt?
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He's dropped into 40k universe
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!!7HruyTzhj2v No.58012777 View ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
Lent edition. Jesus walked out into the desert, and ate and drank nothing for 40 days and 40 nights. During this time the devil showed him visions, and after Jesus left the desert these were all written down in the Bible.

So - what's your writing process?

This is a thread for creative writing of /tg/-related fiction, so epic campaign greentexts and other non-fiction go elsewhere. If you have /tg/ related stories to post, post them here, and hopefully some kind anon will give you feedback (or at least acknowledge that someone did actually read it, which let's face it is what writefags really want).

What counts as /tg/-related? Anything someone could plausibly use in a campaign (which means basically anything if you have enough imagination).

If you don't have a story ready then I and other anons will be posting pictures throughout the thread for you to test your writing skills on. This is, more or less, a world-building and character-building exercise: two vital skills for playing roleplaying games. If you don't have any pics to post, you could try posting an idea for a setting or a character, and maybe someone will be willing to write a story using it. It's also an exercise in writing though, where writefags can try out their material and gain inspiration, so if you just want to talk about world-building you may want to head over to the dedicated world-building threads.

Remember that writefags love to have feedback on their work. Writing takes a long time, especially stories that go over several posts, and it can be really depressing when no one even seems to read it (and the writer won't know you read it unless you leave a comment).

And since writing takes a long time remember to keep the thread bumped. Pics are good, feedback is better.

There is a discord for writers:

The previous thread can still be found in the archive here

Don't forget to check out past stories on our wiki page:
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What would a deity ruling over the portfolio of "minds" be like?
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>Provide good, detailed references (pictures are better than verbal descriptions), so the artists know what you're looking for. When making new requests, quote the OP post. When migrating requests quote the OP post and link to your post in the previous thread.
>If you have a WIP or pending request quote the Anchor Post, and attach the WIP so your Drawfag can find you.
>Do not reply to other deliveries with a request that the artist fill your request next.
>Hold off on additional requests after receiving a delivery from an artist, be mindful of the other requests that might deserve attention.
>Bump your request only after 24 hours has passed, you may bump once every 24 hours after the first.
>If you're unsatisfied with your completed request, please wait a 2-3 threads or so to re-request it.
>Reminder that nobody is entitled to a delivery under any circumstances within these threads.
>Ignore the bait, you're better than this
>Stay on topic

Artists and Artists-to-Be:
>Feel free to drop your tumblrs/websites/commission/etc information, but:
>If you're dropping your commission info, consider filling a request beforehand instead of just advertising

Books and Tutorials:

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Beginners Guide to Drawing:

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Interspecies Breeding

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We all know the half-orc and the half-elf. But, fantasy & mythology are full of all kinds of bizarre sexual unions that produce offspring. Do you allow interspecies couples in your setting to reproduce? If yes, which ones are interfertile, and what results?

And keep in mind, one of D&D's ancestors was Fritz Leiber's Lankhmar series, which is home to a race of ratfolk born from couplings between humans and sapient rats.

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How would I go about playing this male character based on this? Also alignment?

Shit your players do

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>Still haven't learned the rules after 10+ sessions
>Ask to reroll bad rolls and whine when they're told no
>Make unreasonable requests of NPC's (demand the king's crown or an expensive item from a merchant for free) and whine when they're refused
>Constantly try to one up each other
>Constantly try to backstab each other
>Make characters with no backstory and whine that they have no reason to be on the adventure
>Misinterpret rules on purpose and get mad when proven wrong
>Misremember promised rewards for quests either intentionally or otherwise e.g. Party promised 600gp if they go kill some goblins and then insist it was 600gp each when they return
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