D&D 5E Weekend Chat: What Official Property for a 5E Adaptation

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B/X Known World
Tough to say. Warcraft is certainly less popular than it was 10-15 years ago, but there's a heck of a lot more people playing D&D now, and a good chunk of them probably played some WoW back in the day.
Just means the license is cheaper now. I wonder if Warchief Gaming is going to try to get that license. Hmm...


He'll flip ya...Flip ya for real...
None, I prefer bespoke. Though, in spirit of the thread, I'll go with Garbage Pail Kids.


B/X Known World
I think the Modiphius game is the best version of a Conan game we have seen.
Hard pass. They're great resources for other games and the production values are amazing, wonderful art, etc, but I cannot stand the 2d20 system, especially the rules heavy iteration Modiphius has put together for the Conan game.

Tales and Chronicles

Jewel of the North, formerly know as vincegetorix
Oh god, so many!

Legend of Zelda, with the concurring time lines and eras presented as a ''multiverse''.
World of Final Fantasy. C'mon, at least for the bestiary of recurring monsters.
She-Ra/He-man, the new versions.
Dragon Age, if WotC was ever to lean hard into hard class/race restriction, that would be the way to do it.

For the ''adventure path'' side of things:
I think they would make a lot of bucks by selling the adventures from BG 1-2-ToB and IWD 1-2 as a compilation of 32 pages module in some kind of magazine or gazetteer.


I'll go with Garbage Pail Kids.
I call dibs on Stoned Sean, DOH, but that means I'd start with the couch locked petrified condition. Honestly this sounds kind of fun, I'd play it for about 1-2 sessions before losing interest, but I'd play it for nostalgias sake.


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