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Comic profile: Friendship is Dragons
Friendship is Dragons
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Comic language: English
Genre: Fantasy
Activity status: Active
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Last update: Yesterday, 1:00 PM
Number of comics: 1105
Number of subscribers: 382
Rating: 4.92 (2411 votes)

Comic description

A screencap comic of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. Equestria is a custom campaign setting for Dungeons and Dragons, and the mane six are Player Characters. How will a party of six roleplayers fare in a world where the usual hack-'n'-slash high fantasy has been replaced by pastel-colored ponies?

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Newbiespud
Newbiespud
An aspiring game-designer with interests in both board/tabletop games and computer/video games. More of a writer than an artist or programmer, but has a little bit of experience in both fields. Likes My Little Pony.

Most recent comments left on Friendship is Dragons

DeS_Tructive
Today
DeS_Tructive
I don't have any layers of "natural obfuscate", but I am really good at stealth. I can even sneak up to dogs and cats.

I also enjoy pranking others. Cause I'm apparently the Spawn of Santa.

My personal record was when I managed to startle my then-gf so hard she jumped, screamed and then repeated the whole process two seconds later. Apparenly she hadn't gotten it all out of her system in one go.

And no, it wasn't the breakup reason.
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modulusshift (Guest)
Today
I suppose I'll follow that up with this: I always main Kirby, and I primarily play Melee. My character is tied on the tier list with a nerfed version of Pikachu. Against a good player with a different main, or anyone with a reasonable amount of Fox experience, I'm not worth much.
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modulusshift (Guest)
Today
Sheesh, that's a little extreme...you can approach casual Smash very competitively, or competitive Smash very casually. The rules don't matter nearly as much as the assholes playing them do. Saying that, I've had much more fun playing with friends on the competitive ruleset than I ever have on the casual one.
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Jennifer (Guest)
Today
I had that issue as a kid in the car. I was a voracious reader, and long car trips (we had a lot of those) were ideal opportunities. Both my folks would forget I was there for hours on end, until I spoke up to ask a question about the reading. "Mom, what's 'antidisestablishmentarianism' mean?" and they'd both jump and shriek like little girls.
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Rakaydos (Guest)
Today
The best way to "casual play" is Winner Out, imo. That encourages natural handicapping for fun games despite skill differences.
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