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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: 1040
Number of subscribers: 379
Rating: 4.93 (2363 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 How will a party of six roleplayers fare in a world where the usual hack-'n'-slash high fantasy has been replaced by pastel-colored ponies?


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

silvadel (Guest)
It wouldn't attract flies so much as parasprites. This would be horrible.
Left on Cocoa Precipitation
Robin Bobcat (Guest)
We actually had themed meals at a LARP event where chaos magic had gone completely nutterbutters.

Bright red meatloaf, with green ketchup (as was available at the time), purple potatoes, and strawberry milk. All tasted fine and glorious, but wow.
Left on Cocoa Precipitation
Crazy Tom
Crazy Tom
More power to you! If there's one thing I can pass on from my experience, one nugget of wisdom I've gained in all this time, it is this:

Fix your problems early on, while they're still small. If a player is doing something that annoys people, bring it up like adults and settle it.

The biggest problem I had was that two of my players started to get on each other's nerves, unintentionally at first, but as it progressed they started pissing each other off on purpose. I tried to be too accommodating and ended up letting things get out of control.

Fortunately we still made it to the end, and we are still friends, but it made the end of the campaign less fun than it could've been.
Left on Recap Reduction
Guest (Guest)
My point is that to my knowledge this setting hasn't drastically increased the use and need for clothes. (And that they have other related things like hair to work about) Frankly with that logic it seems an incident at the cleaners or a new social event with a different dress code would be disastrous. (Of course other places beside ponyville might be hit worse but they don't know what's going on there)
Left on Cocoa Precipitation
Anvildude (Guest)
See, though, milk-soaked clothes are actually an issue. It's a potential later issue, but it would cause a sudden surge in demand for cloth or cleaning supplies. If all the borax gets used up for cleaning, how will the blacksmith make new shoes and fastenings? If all the cloth gets suddenly bought up for clothing, it could cause an increase in price, drops in supply... That could change the whole economic situation over a long-term period.

Also, rancid milk could/would attract flies. Hordes of them. Which comes with its own problems, aside from disease and whatnot.
Left on Cocoa Precipitation