Scandalous NSFW blog roll

This post has a little to do with D&D and a lot with getting you into trouble at work. Follow these links at your discretion and keep in mind they’re not safe for work, small children, or people that are offended by images of scantly clad women.

First off is Playing D&D with Porn Stars that has pretty much started as an obscure site and rocketed up on the blogsphere. You might be put off from the title that the blog is a gimmick, but digging deeper you’ll find solid posts from a guy that knows, and plays, D&D. WotC noticed and profiled his blog a while back, and for good reason.

He plays a heavily house-ruled version of 3.5, but I urge folks to read through his stuff. There are some thought provoking posts on sandbox games, and the ease of having proactive players when running these types of games. Have you been put off by trying to throw down a Lankhmar inspired city block? His post drafting urban streets on the fly is genius. Granted the 4E material is sparse to nonexistent, but he has some great stuff on RPGs and old school D&D. Be sure to give his site a gander.

Given the next blog, you’d think the Lair of the Evil DM would be all about D&D. Instead you’ve got a guy with a love for manly pulp fiction, RPGs, classic game geek-centric stuff, and scantly clad women. From my limited understanding on the topic, he’s had a hand in the Barbarians of Lemuria RPG. While much of his RPG-centric posts are few and far between, he does track down some nifty inpirational fantasy images (some wild landscape pics have been a neat source). Part geek, part 70-80’s game nostalgia, and all man… fun blog indeed.

The last one has absolutely nothing to do with RPGs or D&D. However the fantasy webcomic, Oglaf, is so off the NSFW charts, so vulgar and crass, it would have made the editors of Heavy Metal magazine blush. It also happens to be laugh out loud funny.

I have no idea who does this weekly webcomic. All I know is that while some are a little juvenile most are pretty damn humorous. Let’s not forget to mention the artwork is well done and the author definitely has talent.

Oh, and for my next campaign? I’m considering populating it with a sub-race of these dwarves. Yeah, dwarves that make wondrous creations that in reality do absolutely nothing. Okay, Oglaf definitely crosses the line of good taste, but overall some funny (and well illustrated) fantasy comics can be found here.

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