Guest Comic - Friendship is Dragons part 1 (Newbiespud) in Intermission
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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5
Author Notes:



18th Aug 2013, 1:12 PM

This guest comic was created by Newbiespud, the author of Friendship is Dragons.

Author's notes:
"It's about time! DragonTrainer has already made no less than 12 guest comics for my own Friendship is Dragons, so the return of the favor has been a long time coming! This week, I make a dent in that debt with three double-length pages.

This little questionably canon crossover is somewhat based on my own first experiences with Pathfinder and 3.5. I'm a 4e guy through and through, and the possibilities for abuse aren't really as abundant there as they are here. There are 'highly optimized' builds, but not very many of the 'insane' variety. What I've seen in THIS system - even with players building their very first characters ever - sometimes falls into the 'insane' category."

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Neon Vincent

8th Jan 2014, 9:09 AM
"Boa Handcock"

As George Takei might say "Oh My."

I had to look her up. First appearance in manga 2008, first appearance in anime 2009--I stopped reading the manga and paying attention to cosplay too soon!

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27th May 2017, 9:11 PM
"Exploitation of flaws is fun"

Hancock is actually pretty balanced. Her Dark Secret flaw alone could pay for half her abilities, given how damn often a good GM will make it come up, and that comes on top of Androphobia, Lovesick* [target to be chosen later by GM in exchange for additional points], No Experience With Men, and a homebrewed Chicken-Infested flaw for the cute animals that show up out of nowhere...OK, that last one is clearly getting more value than it gives up, but she's still relatively balanced for this comic...

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15th Oct 2017, 10:08 AM

Yeah,it's easier to minmax in 3.5e

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Emperor Megaman

12th Jan 2021, 6:51 PM

I can see Hancock getting in a similar situation as Cory did with the Undying Loyalty trait.
Taking a "lovestruck" flaw or something like that (dunno if it exist in D&D) for a character who love only herself (and, in a non-romantic way, her family) and accidentally ending up triggering it on Luffy.

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27th Sep 2021, 12:14 AM

Hancock is balanced until you get into her petrifaction abilities one-hit killing everything.

I love her intro though. Kicking a kitten that's in her way.

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