Other Campaign Comics

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 Steven and The Crystal GMs by Rastaba

Inspired by the likes of Darths & Droids, One Piece 3.5, and many more which have come before it, it is a campaign webcomic. This one following the adventures of a group of players in a homebrew campaign following the story of young Steven and the millenia old crystal gems who protect the world from monsters...who are a group of players sitting around a table throwing dice at each other.


Friendship is Dragons

Friendship is Dragons by Newbiespud

Naruto: Jutsu and Jinchuriki by RandomRex6

Do you like Naruto? Do you like tabletop gaming? Well watched them be united by someone whose never played one and has no comic experience! It's better than it sounds, I promise.



D&D Aangvanced by DeadpanSal

Long ago, the players rolled in harmony. Then everything changed when the new DM started a homebrewed campaign.



Guildhalls and Dragonslayers by Simvig

This is a campaign comic based on Fairy Tail in the style of the original DM of the Rings and Darths and Droids. This means that in the comic world the Fairy Tail anime and manga do not exist, instead the GM is trying to run the story as a roleplaying campaign.



One Piece: Grand Line 3.5 by DragonTrainer

So... yeah. Some time ago, I went on an archive binge on Darths & Droids. If you know what I'm talkin about, then you probably know what's coming up. I decided to give it a shot and here's what I came up with: One Piece if it were a roleplaying campaign. :p



Darths and Droids by Irregular Webcomic

Darths & Droids is an "RPG screencap comic. It's one of the older ones, and is still good to this day.



And the original....... Drum Roll Please, dadaddadadaadadaddadada...

GM of The Rings by Seamus Young

Lord of the Rings is more or less the foundation of modern D&D. The latter rose from the former, although the two are now so estranged that to reunite them would be an act of savage madness. Imagine a gaggle of modern hack-n-slash roleplayers who had somehow never been exposed to the original Tolkien mythos, and then imagine taking those players and trying to introduce them to Tolkien via a D&D campaign.