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Steven and the Crystal GMs
Steven Universe run as a DnD campaign
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Content flags: Violent ContentStrong Language
Comic language: English
Genre: Fantasy
Activity status: Active
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Number of subscribers: 33
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Rating: 4.45 (204 votes)

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Inspired by the likes of Darths & Droids, One Piece 3.5, and many more which have come before it, it is a campaign webcomic. This one following the adventures of a group of players in a homebrew campaign following the story of young Steven and the millenia old crystal gems who protect the world from monsters...who are a group of players sitting around a table throwing dice at each other.

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Most recent comments left on Steven and the Crystal GMs

DeadpanSal
19th Sep 2017
It's pretty much just stealing patents. If you can beat someone to the copyright punch, they can't fight you for the rights. I don't know exactly how Disney does it, but I imagine Weers works in the same way. And a lot of the time they do strong arm or work out a contract where they play you for the campaign.
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Rastaba
19th Sep 2017
Rastaba
Pretty much as I understand it, yes. And I am the one trying to write that out without getting bogged down in badly improvised legal jargon.
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Tatsurou
19th Sep 2017
Tatsurou
As I understand it, she gets them to sign a contract giving her control of the idea, somehow. Either through strong arm tactics or by beating them within the campaign.
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T.J.
19th Sep 2017
From what I understand, it seems like what she does is she publishes modules based on other people's campaigns, then takes them to court on the grounds of "copyright infringement" or "theft of intellectual property," more likely the former, which the original players have trouble proving since, under normal circumstances, people don't bother trying to trademark their homebrew material. I'm not saying this is 100% accurate, since even I think this is questionably legal at best, but that's what I think it is. Anyone who knows better, please feel free to correct me
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Needling Haystacks (Guest)
19th Sep 2017
I still feel like I'm missing something on how Weers could 'take' a campaign, as with the information given, that's just not how these things work. Is there something in another webcomic I should read or something?
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