Fans Give Destiny 2 The Dungeons & Dragons Treatment And Create A Tabletop RPG
Here's a pretty cool bit of news for Destiny 2 fans. Or Dungeons & Dragons fans. Or both. Most likely both. After all, it probably doesn't matter to you that there's a pen-and-paper adaptation of Destiny 2 based on the Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition rules if you're a lover of the first but hate table top games. That said, if you do enjoy both and want to spend more time in the Destiny 2 universe, you'll probably want to check out the free Dungeons & Destiny tabletop RPG.
According to RockPaperShotgun the projected is headed up by Stacy "Good Game Kitty" Poor, makes use of 5E D&D rules to offer players a new way to experience the game with their friends. While originally a solo endeavor, the project has grown significantly over time. The first iterations, which are still available on the project's Google Drive, consisted of text-only PDF files. Since then, however, it's received support from other fans via Patreon, allowing for artists and other creators to come on board. The result is something that looks like it's ready for a full printing run.
The book translates the mechanics of the video game to D&D rules, including featuring pools for gun perks. The ruleset also allow players to take on the roles of some of the more "extended family" of Destiny 2 races.
If you're interested in checking the game out, you can find everything on the Dungeons & Destiny site. The versions in the PDF folder are pretty much text-only, if you're looking for something that will be easier on your printer. If you'd like to support continued development of the book, the Patreon is still going, with four of the six tiers still available. They're fairly inexpensive and each one grants supporters playtest access.
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QuintLyn is a long-time lover of all things video game related will happily talk about them to anyone that will listen. She began writing about games for various hobby sites a little over ten years ago and has taken on various roles in the games community.
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