Webcomic profile: Games People Play
Games People Play
Your weekly geek satire for that case of the Mondays
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Content flags: Graphic Violence / Gore Frequent Strong Language
Language: English
Genre: Gag-a-Day
Activity status: Active
Archive url: Visit archive
Last update: 4 days ago, 7:52 AM
Number of comics: 24
Number of subscribers: 3
Visitors: 936 visitors (1929 pages viewed)
Rating: 5 (4 votes)

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Your weekly 1-stop for satire on roleplaying games, videogames, politics, and stuff. Not for the easily offended. Updates every Monday.


Some people's main purpose in life is serving as a warning to others.

Most recent comments left on Games People Play

8 days ago
Heh, thanks.
Left on Grace Period: Over
Firefly Jelly
10 days ago
Firefly Jelly
(clap clap clap)
In a nutshell, my friend. Neatly, succinctly, in a nutshell.
Left on Grace Period: Over
11 days ago
While I was considering giving the movie a two months' grace period before the comic, it is still relevant enough to discuss while it's still opportune, so I pushed it up the publishing queue for "first thing next year."

I went to the theatre with full knowledge I was witnessing a trainwreck.
And a trainwreck was exactly what I got, so I'm not disappointed, I even enjoyed it (in my own, MST3K way, that is). At first I thought it was just going to be just the kind of trainwreck coming from "the movie for everyone (and thus, for no one), but then Disney just pulled a DnD 5E and decided to say "fuck all, this one's for the neckbeards."

I found particularly hilarious how this movie evidenced all misogynists out there. That guy in the row behind you nerdgasming at Palpatine's Dragonball-Z shit? He was definitely bitching at Rey "being overpowered" back during Ep 7. Their beef was never at a "badly written character," quoting Frank Trollman: they don't want to see girls doing boy things, period.

In any case, this trainwreck gets no skin off my back, I did have my best Star Wars in a decade, it was The Mandalorian.

Left on Grace Period: Over
6th Jan 2020
No game-changing events in the tabletop RPG scene this year, no.

May we all survive this year.
Left on 2019 In One Page
1st Jan 2020
You have my sympathies, for next year all the crazies are coming out of the woodwork in force.
Left on Recycling The Wheel