An expansion of the "Red Dragon" roleplaying game sessions with Urobuchi, Nasu, Narita, and others has been announced. "Chaos Dragon" will be a multimedia project spanning a board game, mobile game, TV anime, and more.
The TV anime appears to be an adaptation of the original roleplaying sessions, but not a lot of info is known at this time.
He's preparing for the one time some stupid fan asks him: "Do you have enough swords?"
But frankly, with magic swords, there is no limit. 1 sword against mages, 1 more sword against mages running a particular protection spell, 1 sword against vampires, 1 sword against giants, 1 sword against extra-planar beings, 1 sword against evil-doers, 1 sword against dragons, 7 swords only for their protective properties and 1 sword for better shopping prices. Then you also need at least one blunt weapon because not every enemy is vulnerable to slashing or elemental damage.
Your either gonna need more arms or wear all those swords.
Are we talking about the book? Because holy shit was that book ever fucking awful. I was only around 10 or 11-years-old when I read it, and even then I knew it was just terrible.
Also, Dragonlance anime series when?
There was a Dragonlance: Dragons of Autumn Twilight animated movie back in 2008. It was BAD. It had a lot of quality voice talent, but it somehow still ended up as a steaming pile of shit.
I know right. While there are more authors that can make something better than this when playing D&D, only the famous and powerful can make it into a nation-wide multimedia project.
>dark, edgy and big sword
>blonde thousand swords knight
>catgirl loli ex-slave
>something loli n°2
>steampunkish mech diver
Narita confirmed for best taste.
A catgirl is fine too.
I just wonder if the anime will have romance.
How would you feel if Urobochi made a move on your alter ego?
If he used some really
darkpick up lines and it would be out of character for you to reject him?
here let me explain how it works from the perspective from an actual fa/tg/uy:
a bunch of friends get together and if one person in the group is a fan of TRPG's, the others will get dragged in at some point, this leads to oftentimes groups and games being made.
odds are they knew each other in their early days and this led the lot of them to get around to doing something like this.
I'm pretty convinced Nasu is the one who set this whole mess up, it seems like he would be the type to drag a group of friends into a TRPG campaign.
>And Ryougo Narita...(I don't know what the fuck that even is)
>Everything's a mystery!
I remember that now. I hate you for reminding me.
It would be interesting to see an anime adaption of it and how badly Japan would screw it up. I can only imagine what they would do to Tasslehoff.
>Urobuchi's involved martial arts.
>Not an ancient armor forged by an angry blacksmithwoman brutally raped by invaders
>Implying this armor isn't powered by the time the butcher monotalked to his opponent, the longer the greater.
>Implying the armor release the butcher max power by the keyword "Muh war" or "Muh feel"
>Overpowered snarky blonde DMPC
>Persistently trolls edginess
>Carlos: The Campaign
ITT: Fucking retarded newfags.
Nasu, Gen, etc had zero involvement in the character designs or lore of this tabletop game.
They just got invited to play a still not released yet tablegame to the public.
Nisio Isin doesn't hang out with hacks like Gen and Nasu,
The only confirmed instance of Nisio Isin hanging out with anybody in Japan was some interview with JoJo's creator, Araki, where he praised Nisio Isin and some shit about them hanging out together.
Gen and Nasu are too pleb to hang out with Nisio.
Wealthy nobleman gets cursed and now everything he touches disintegrates, but for a brief moment it becomes very sharp or something.
So he carries a lot of swords, hits once for massive bonus damage and grabs another sword.
Something like that.
>Except nasu is credited with creating the throw-a-buncha-swords dude and urobuchers credited with some zombie lord
Go to the credits page. Nasu and Gen aren't credited with the character designs and they had zero involvement in the lore and setting.
This was already a finished tabletop game.
Nasu and Gen are just the beta testers.
Quit embarrassing yourself even further.
They didn't. Red Dragon's art director already came up with the characters Nasu and them played as.
There was already preset characters.
What is new is the first time ever playing of Red Dragon
It's already 2015 and we have still have retards like you.
The setting, lore, and characters are all established.
What hasn't been established is the main outcome/ending of Red Dragon which is why Nasu and the rest were invited for.
To create a fucking established main ending out of the other possible endings.
>Airing Date: Summer
>Studio: Silver Link (Prisma Illya, Yuri Kuma)
>Series Composition: Ukyo Kodachi (Neppu Kairiku Bushi Road)
>Music: Hitoshi Sakamoto (Final Fantasy XII)
It's a light novel based on a mobile game based on a table-top RPG, actually.
But you're a complete newfag if you don't know why people are looking forward to this.
This is a non-shit Rage of Bahamut.
>tfw they'll do another Red Dragon campaign with new authors
Wasn't lodoss a result of someone's D&D session?
>Narita playing as Treasure Knight
This is too much.
There aren't really many summaries of the content available, but apparently Urobuchi went full griefer on everyone almost instantly. One of his first real actions was to try and murder the GM's "keep the players in line" insert character. Nasu pulverized him afterward.
Apparently he comes back as the king of the zombies or something like that later on.