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Droids and Darths webcomic

Darths & Droids is an "RPG screencap comic" that parodies Star Wars. The characters in the comic are roleplaying game (RPG) players. The premise of the comic is that the Star Wars saga as we know it does not exist, rather the comic takes place in an alternate universe where Star Wars does not exist. Despite aspects of a Star Wars setting the comic's characters are oblivious to anything concerning Jedi, or Tatooine, or Anakin Skywalker before the game begins. Using screenshots from the live-action films to tell the story, the Comic Irregulars are not constrained by the dialogue, allowing a largely different plot to be constructed around the visuals from the films.







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Star Wars as it would have been played as an RPG.
Darths & Droids
  1. Episode 1996: Mass Effect Innovator

    There's a classic Paranoia adventure which puts the PCs into a situation where they need to control a vehicle. Except none of them have ever driven this kind of vehicle before. Instead of

  2. Episode 1995: The Template of Doom

    If there's one good way to avoid a curse, it's by technicality.

    Mythology and fiction have shown us over and over that defying prophecies or curses is always best done by using some

  3. Episode 1994: You Want to Go Where Everybody Knows Your Aim

    Going to a bar is the solution to surprisingly many problems in a game.

    Need new adventuring companions? Meet them in a tavern. Need to mingle with the locals and

  4. Episode 1993: Weak Unclear Force

    You can imagine a character with some sort of mystical ability that just lets them be right whenever they do something random. Not sure which door to pick to escape the deathtrap, as opposed to

  5. Episode 1992: Affine Bromance

    Never make things too easy. Especially with maps.

    A map might purport to show the heroes exactly where they need to go to get what they want. But it'd be boring if there were no complications