Here's a good project. Take a bunch of classic D&D modules, scan them and then photoshop their titles into hilarious new alternatives.
Niels Vergouwen’s Could Be Worse Comic captures the current reputation of D&D Bards. It also makes excellent use of the phrase “Horndog”, and this blogger doesn’t get to hear that often enough. In addition to Facebook, you can follow Could Be Worse via their website. I can’t find a Patreon, and it looks like some of the ad spaces are still expecting Project Wonderful images.…
A curation of twenty of the most popular D&D memes from 2019.
Reddit user Ned Catapillar was eagle-eyed enough to capture the moment when Sir Thimblehog came out to play D&D.
It's actually known, in the game, for especially human-seeming Yuan-Ti to try and live in human settlements as spies.
You'd do better with a picture of a happy duck and tiny text at the bottom saying "product x now available. Consider buying product x
"Take your time, you got this"
This isn't the first time we've featured Swords Comic on Geek Native. There's been that time we found a talking sword and then there was the sword of lies!
If a DM does not name an NPC or if the name doesn't take with the players, then the PCs will always come up with an alternative.
Artist and comic strip writer Noob Mama has done it again, calling out a tabletop RPG truth.