>>45026885 > Actually, a long list of things. Too long to count.
What you fail to understand, OP, is that everything is /tg/ related as long as we SAY it is. It takes only one anon to start a thread saying "Hey, I played [GAME] earlier, and I want to run a campaign in that setting for my friends. What system should I use? How would you do it?" and BOOM that game is /tg/ for the day.
Because /tg/ includes RPGs, there is no setting that is beyond our clutches.
>>45029776 To convince everyone that, by indulging philosophers, atheists, new thinkers and other enemies of the church, the king had brought the devil's wrath on France, and that only by turning back to Christ could they be saved.
>Movies Ridley Scott's "Legend". Be sure its the directors cut. Solomon Kane The Hallmark version of Merlin with Sam Niel The Bros Grimm A Knights Tale Kingdom of Heaven (again, Directors cut) The Gamers 2: Dorkness Rising The Advocate AKA The Hour of the Pig Masters of the Universe >TV Salem Galavant Rome The Borgias (not Borgia, which sucks) Jim Henson's: The Story teller
Don't hate me for these two... They are ridiculous and more for vague larp and dugeon ideas: Legends of the hidden Temple and The Quest
Anime: Escaflowne (the show, not the movie) Record of Lodoss War Princess Mononoke
>>45028657 >>45029776 >>45030234 >Kung-fu Gypsies vs. Shaolin Cherokee.... Also, the The Beast of Gévaudan, I guess... Watch it with friends. Watch it drunk. Watch it with the shitty English dubs (its hammy as fuck in French too). One of my favorite guilty pleasure movies.
>Heavy Metal: The Movie https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B_MzWF8YLhY >Ralph Bakshi's Wizards https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Ptj7VoaWOs >Korgoth of Barbaria https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yoxMiZxN-F0 >Fire and Ice https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y7CdntAVRE4 >Turok: Son of Stone https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4R0_BLaTW64
Games: Planescape: Torment is great and, you know, 2e D&D.
La-Mulana, for trap-and-loot-filled ruins of fun Pandora's Tower, for building character, emotion, and an intricate plot with for the most part limited dialogue/answers. Dwarf Fortress, because it is a great game.
Films: How have the old Conan movies not been mentioned yet? The first one is actually kinda good despite the austrian accent of the lead, and the second just IS a D&D game in movie form
Other than that, I'll take the cheesy stuff: Legend, Krull, the Beastmaster, and Ladyhawke come to mind.
>>45026766 If you happen to be a Nintendo type, keping aside the most obvious stuff I'd say the Etrian Odyssey saga and Fire Emblem qualify. Also Bayonetta is practically Exalted, especially the second game. If you feel like going back to obscure DS games, Radiant Historia and Valkyrie Profile: Covenant of the Plume would be nice additions.
>>45036123 /tg/ will never be able to agree on anything, as it is to be expected since tastes actually exist. Therefor trying to isolate vydia ALL of /tg/ approves becomes useless. A much better thing is to give advice on what games /tg/ people could enjoy in your opinion, especially if they are not well known and most of us didn't play them.
Gravity Falls is a pretty kid-friendly rendition of what a good World of Darkness or Call of Cthulhu campaign would be (including literal Cthulhu featuring as a background character in the last couple of episodes)
I'd also recommend Psycho-Pass for its interesting take on alignment; it's basically an anime version of Minority Report where a surveillance state monitors the citizenry's mental states to weed out "criminal minds" before they can commit offenses. So everyone has a numerical value assigned to them, which impacts the way society sees them and the opportunities available to them but also reflects their values, likely actions and responses. Then there's the total sociopath character capable of committing murder without giving a fuck, thereby making him totally invisible to the system which hinges on the strong emotional responses normal humans have to violence
>vidya Sid Meier's Alpha Centauri seems to be a perennial /tg/ favorite. Dwarf Fortress, too. Any of the 40k vidya, including Chapter Master Space Station 13 Touhou Project series, because flying laser youkai in silly hats waifus /tg/ seems to like Mass Effect, but that might just be because alien chicks...
>animu Vinland Saga One Punch Man may be a meme animu, but /tg/ did seem to love it before it went mainstream. Jojo's Bizarre Adventure is very /tg/ approved despite being a meme animu. Any animu or mango in an RPG-like setting (Danmachi etc.) Not sure how /tg/-approved Madoka Magica is nowadays but it's a great inspiration nonetheless.
>movies Any classic fantasy or sci-fi flick is worth watching. The Dark Night Rises
I'd recommend the music of Owen Pallet, who sometimes goes by Final Fantasy. He has an album called He Poos Clouds, which has 10 songs, 8 of which are based around one of the different schools of D&D magic. "This Lamb Sells Condos" is about Conjuration, "Many Lives -> 49 MP" is based on Divination etc. The other two are a) a conversation with a demon telling him he's an asshole and b) a love song to an RPG character.
Surprised no one mentioned Divinity: Dragon Commander. You become emperor, choose your own waifu, deal with politics, and turn into a dragon with a jetpack to lead your armies into battle-odds are, the average fa/tg/uy approves of at least two of those.
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