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Defenders of the Tabletop
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Language: English
Genre: Comedy
Activity status: Active
Archive url: Visit archive
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Last update: 4 days ago, 9:00 PM
Number of comics: 111
Number of subscribers: 14
Visitors: 5097 visitors (25831 pages viewed)
Rating: 4.6 (5 votes)

Webcomic description

Voltron: Legendary Defender as a tabletop role-playing game. Done in the style of Darths & Droids, DM of the Rings, and many others.

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kidra
kidra
As long as I can remember I've been making stories. Most of them never ended up making it onto paper, but I've always wanted to be a writer. Only recently have I decided to actually start showing some of these stories to the world, so I hope you enjoy them.

Most recent comments left on Defenders of the Tabletop

kidra
4 days ago
kidra
You didn't think I was going to let them have that insane advantage on every roll, did you?
Left on One Roll
kidra
6 days ago
kidra
So long as it's not cut diagonally!
Left on Final Plan
Rastaba
6 days ago
Rastaba
Then they shall be extra crispy burnt toast!
Left on Final Plan
Otaku
6 days ago
Otaku
You already do. It is called "Being alive." ;)

Kidding aside, GURPS is not a reality simulator, but it's a flexible enough system to fake it at times. ;)

How much do you actually know about GURPS? Generic Universal Role-Playing System. Apparently, it was a placeholder name they just went with, and I'll be honest; I thought "generic" and "universal" meant the same thing. XD One is supposed to refer to how you can fine-tune the level of "realism" in the game, from gritty realism to the realism of your typical movie to downright silliness like a classic cartoon. One refers to how it can cover any kind of setting, using the same core rules; pseudo-medieval fantasy, space opera, action thriller, martial arts epic, superheroes, horror, mystery, etc. One or the other also includes how you can also adjust the crunchiness of the rules; some optional rules add to the "crunch" while others actually strip it away!

Though most fans I know don't make too much use of the latter; we find detail addictive. XD
Left on Last Chance
kidra
One week ago
kidra
I think these kinds of feats are often the most interesting. They give you a significant advantage, but only at a great cost. So you have to decide if you REALLY want to use it. Though that also tends to mean you don't use the feat very often, and it can kind of feel like a wasted feat. So there's good and bad to it.
Left on Final Plan