There are a number of web comics around that focus on D&D players or take place in D&D / fantasy world but Familiar Ground finds a approach to D&D humor. Famailiar Ground follows the fortunes of a standard adventuring party
As we bring you this week’s bumper bucket of blogging. 4e continues to cause contention as Unnatural 20 claims Skill Challenges, Unnecessary and Problematic and Living Dice wants to Bring Back Tripping in 4th Edition! but Uncle Bear argues System
If only it was this easy … Source: The Ephemerist
A cartoon I had completely forgotten in our previous looks at D&D Humor. What’s New with Phil & Dixie ran in the early 1980’s, just as I was starting to get into gaming. 25+ years on, the cartoons are now
Recursive gaming from the ever brilliant XKCD. Tabletop Roleplaying
If Dilbert was the office drone’s cartoon of choice, XKCD is fast becoming the science/maths/computing geeks cartoon of choice. There are so many of his cartoons than see and think “Yes! You’ve nailed it” such as this one on made
In my round-up of D&D Humor I managed to forget one classic from the eighties. Thrud the Barbarian. Drawn by Carl Critchlow, Thrud appeared in White Dwarf magazine (Games Workshop’s equivalent of Dragon) and followed the simple life of Thrud.
The Dwarf & the Basilisk have a cartoon from Dragon magazine in the early 90’s that I missed from my article on D&D humor.
D&D Is No Joking Matter I can’t remember a game session where at some point everyone was not laughing. Playing D&D is fun and the wise-cracking and joking that goes with it are as much part of the session as