I just recently followed you, and i was wondering if you took requests? Like i really love your art, and I saw your Mordin post, and it made me really happy, especially since you like mass effect to! So if you do I have a cute mass effect one but if you don't no worries, i understand.
Hello! And thank you so much. c:
I don’t usually do requests, and when I do I’m… really unreliable. While people are always welcome to send me ideas if they want, I likely won’t get around to them. If you really really want something drawn, I open commissions fairly regularly.
Uh so in summary, yeah go ahead and send requests, but I can’t promise I’ll draw them!
A VERY SIMPLE SYSTEM WOULD BE GOOD. I think I looked at D&D books once and I just cried a little. This game is bad enough bc there’s so much to remember. tbh I thought most rp games had some sort of board involved…
Some of them do, but usually my group doesn’t use boards and miniatures because it’s expensive and slows down combat. Our style of RP is less tactical, more cinematic. You should look at FASERIP, it’s reaaaaally easy. You use your two d10s to get a 0-100 number that you reference on a chart with your skill level to determine success. It doesn’t have a board involved so you don’t need to worry about those rules.
I KNEW I LOVED YOU FOR A REASON. linny and I wanted to get into rp-board games so we tried to get something... light... and it didn't have rp elements so now we're doing it as we go anyway. :| I know linny was talking about trying pathfinder?
I HAVE NEVER PLAYED PATHFINDER SPECIFICALLY, but my group uses the d20 3.5 system all the time. It’s a pretty straightforward system as far as tabletop RP goes. There’s also FASERIP for really simple ones. It’s a Marvel Superheroes RPing system for superpowers and stuff. It’s old but you can find PDFs online. You only need two d10s to play. Unfortunately I’m pretty clueless when it comes to actual board games with RP elements. All I do is strict RP stuff. :c