Category: reblogs

perianathdagnir:

perianathdagnir:

Monstrous Regiment by Marc Simonetti

Love Maladict and the coffee XDDDD

supernovafirefly:

supernovafirefly:

Some sketches of Terry Pratchett’s Monstrous Regiment. It’s become one of my favorite books of his, and I can’t help feeling that I’m not doing these characters justice.
EDIT: I just realized I left out a partially colored sketch of Maladict about to go full vampire 🙂

pmendicant:

pmendicant:

more discworld owo

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mirthfulrealist:

Mini Discworld ask meme

🐢: Where on the Disc would you want to live?

💜: Do you have anything you’d want to ask Sir Terry?

💲: Other than books, do you own any Discworld stuff?

✌: Have you made any friends through Discworld?

⭐: What has Discworld done for you/taught you?

💌: Have you made anything inspired by Discworld?

👀: Which book would you want to forget so you could read it for the first time again?

♡: Which book is closest to your heart? Why?

☆: What’s your favourite non-Discworld book?

😺: Who’s your favourite Discworld animal?

Feel free to add more. 🙂

alda-rana:

alda-rana:

Day 30: Thud and Found! Brick found a father and Detritus found a son.

laraswio:

laraswio:

Another Pratchett: Thud! – Sally & Angua
… still awesome characters  <3

ofpaintedflowers:

ofpaintedflowers:

Sybil and her boys. 💖 

sansael:

sansael:

Am I doing the meme right? 

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poorlydescribedpterrybooks:

illputaspellonyou:

poorlydescribedpterrybooks:

pactmagic:

There’s some intersection between Discworld fans and D&D players on this site, right?

So if I were hypothetically trying to build a character based vaguely on either Granny Weatherwax or Tiffany Aching would that character be a druid or a bard?

Like, the focus on “Headology/Boffo” inherent in both characters would translate to high Charisma and their general sensibility and keen observation of people would mean high Wisdom. Intelligence score would be a non-issue, especially for Granny.

A Circle of the Shepherd druid is thematically appropriate for Tiffany (walk the gale for them! Keep away the wolf!), and the Feegles would essentially count as a hord of fey creatures. Granny would be one hell of a bard, with her deep knowledge of the power and importance of stories.

The only other class that might work is sorcerer and that’s too much big, flash-bang magic…right?

Anyway. Assigning D&D classes to Discworld characters sounds fun.

Vimes is probably a fighter, but Carrot might be a paladin.

Is Susan a sorcerer or a Warlock/Cleric of Death?

What the hell is Nanny Ogg????

“what the hell is Nanny Ogg????” is the best description we could ask for, well done

Whatever class is Rincewind, the dice clearly hate him.

all the notes on this post are excellent, but this is by far the best.