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* TheRevolutionWillNotBeCivilizard: The Freeporters, revolutionaries who ripped Alewood from the hands of the Company. What little we see of it shows company workers executed in their homes and soldiers killed after surrendering.

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* TheRevolutionWillNotBeCivilizard: TheRevolutionWillNotBeCivilized: The Freeporters, revolutionaries who ripped Alewood from the hands of the Company. What little we see of it shows company workers executed in their homes and soldiers killed after surrendering.


* TheRevolutionWillNotBeCivilizard: The Freeporters, revolutionaries who ripped Aleport from the hands of the Company. What little we see of it shows company workers executed in their homes and soldiers killed after surrendering.

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* TheRevolutionWillNotBeCivilizard: The Freeporters, revolutionaries who ripped Aleport Alewood from the hands of the Company. What little we see of it shows company workers executed in their homes and soldiers killed after surrendering.

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* TheRevolutionWillNotBeCivilizard: The Freeporters, revolutionaries who ripped Aleport from the hands of the Company. What little we see of it shows company workers executed in their homes and soldiers killed after surrendering.

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*** Fletcher: TeamPet
*** Kate: TheBigGuy

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* {{Golem}}: The iron pony construct used by the dwarves of Adbar.


** TheBigGuy / TheHeart:

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** TheBigGuy / TheHeart: Gar Dunwise
** TheSmartGuy: Draziw
** TheHeart: [=LeFleur=]


* FiveManBand: The Winter of the Iron Dwarf crew:
** TheLeader / TheBigGuy: Valeria
** TheLancer: Arroc
** TheBigGuy / TheHeart:



* LeaderWannabe: Alan seems to view himself as the Leader of the Table Titans, but his team really doesn't.



** General
*** LeaderWannabe: Alan seems to view himself as the Leader of the Table Titans, but his team really doesn't.
*** TheChick: Val. She also acts as this in all subsequent campaigns.
*** TeamMom: Darius takes on this role from time to time, from making sure Andrew isn't squating at his grandmother's, to warning Darby that he's eating too fast.
*** Owen is TheChick for the Dungeon Dogs.
** First Encounters with the Table Titans
*** TheSneakyGuy: The halfling thief Lefleur (Andrew).
*** TeamPet: The Blink Dog that takes a liking to Draziw (Darby).
*** TokenGoodTeammate: Alan, who usually doesn't play Lawful Good characters, has to readjust to make his Paladin Drake fit this role.
*** SupportPartyMember: Val as the bard Lulani fills this role, somewhat begrudgingly.
*** Draziw drops into several of these, including TeamChef (Being able to forage for food) and TheEmpath (Naturally, being a wizard)
** Winter of the Iron Dwarf with the Table Titans
*** TheBigGuy: An ironically short and female one. Val's dwarf berserker Valeria Bronzebottom. Also acts as TheFace, though she really shouldn't.
*** TokenReligiousTeammate, TheMedic and TokenGoodTeammate: Gar Dunwise, Darius' Paladin of Torm.
*** TheSmartGuy: Draziw.
*** TheSneakyGuy: Lefleur retains his position from First Encounters.
** Whispers of Dragons & Road to Embers with the Dungeon Dogs
*** TagalongKid: Drax, played by Owen's son.
*** TheStrategist: Bjorn played this part, but was later put on probation after a spectacularly failed plan. Also doubles as TheChick.
*** TheTeamBenefactor: Raskin doubles as this and TheTeamNormal.
*** TheBigGuy: Maria's human fighter,the Markovian, fulfills this to a t.

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** General
*** LeaderWannabe: Alan seems to view himself as the Leader of the Table Titans, but his team really doesn't.
*** TheChick: Val. She also acts as this in all subsequent campaigns.
*** TeamMom: Darius takes on this role from time to time, from making sure Andrew isn't squating at his grandmother's, to warning Darby that he's eating too fast.
*** Owen is TheChick for the Dungeon Dogs.
** First Encounters with the
Table Titans
*** TheSneakyGuy: The halfling thief Lefleur (Andrew).
Alan: LeaderWannabe, TokenGoodTeammate, TokenReligiousTeammate
*** TeamPet: The Blink Dog that takes a liking to Draziw (Darby).
Val: TheChick, TheBigGuy, SupportPartyMember (very reluctantly)
*** TokenGoodTeammate: Alan, who usually doesn't play Lawful Good characters, has to readjust to make his Paladin Drake fit this role.
Andrew: TheSneakyGuy
*** SupportPartyMember: Val as the bard Lulani fills this role, somewhat begrudgingly.
Darby: TheSmartGuy, TeamChef
*** Draziw drops into several of these, including TeamChef (Being able to forage for food) and TheEmpath (Naturally, being a wizard)
Darius: TeamMom, TokenReligiousTeammate
** Winter of the Iron Dwarf with the Table Titans
*** TheBigGuy: An ironically short and female one. Val's dwarf berserker Valeria Bronzebottom. Also acts as TheFace, though she really shouldn't.
*** TokenReligiousTeammate, TheMedic and TokenGoodTeammate: Gar Dunwise, Darius' Paladin of Torm.
*** TheSmartGuy: Draziw.
*** TheSneakyGuy: Lefleur retains his position from First Encounters.
** Whispers of Dragons & Road to Embers with the
Dungeon Dogs
*** TagalongKid: Drax, played by Owen's son.
Owen: TheStrategist, TheSmartguy, TheChick
*** TheStrategist: Bjorn played this part, but was later put on probation after a spectacularly failed plan. Also doubles as TheChick.
*** TheTeamBenefactor: Raskin doubles as this and TheTeamNormal.
*** TheBigGuy: Maria's human fighter,the Markovian, fulfills this to a t.
Maria: TheBigGuy


'''''Table Titans''''' is a webcomic by Scott Kurtz that follows the titular group of ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' players and their misadventures in and out of the game, mixing gamer humour with DeepImmersionGaming. It's a spinoff of Kurtz's long running webcomic ''Webcomic/PvP'' and ties in heavily with Creator/WizardsOfTheCoast's latest ''D&D'' products. Seasons 1 and 2, "First Encounters" and "Winter of the Iron Dwarf", focus on the titular group and their adventures in the TabletopGame/ForgottenRealms, while seasons 3 and 4, "Whispers of Dragons" and "Road to Embers", focus on their rivals, the Dungeon Dogs, in the custom Fallen Veil setting. It can be found here http://tabletitans.com/

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'''''Table Titans''''' ''Table Titans'' is a webcomic by Scott Kurtz that follows the titular group of ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' players and their misadventures in and out of the game, mixing gamer humour with DeepImmersionGaming. It's a spinoff of Kurtz's long running webcomic ''Webcomic/PvP'' and ties in heavily with Creator/WizardsOfTheCoast's latest ''D&D'' products. Seasons 1 and 2, "First Encounters" and "Winter of the Iron Dwarf", focus on the titular group and their adventures in the TabletopGame/ForgottenRealms, while seasons 3 and 4, "Whispers of Dragons" and "Road to Embers", focus on their rivals, the Dungeon Dogs, in the custom Fallen Veil setting. It can be found here http://tabletitans.com/


* NightmareFetishist: The Afterdeath of the Markovian religion is filled with such cozy locales, such as the Coward's Road (paved with the corpses of cowards), the Halls of Bleeding, the Bone Cathedral, The Blood and [[Film/MadMaxBeyondThunderdome Thunder Dome]], the Circus of Death and Crimson Sea ("Crimson" because of all the blood).

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* NightmareFetishist: The Afterdeath of the Markovian religion is filled with such cozy locales, such as the Coward's Road (paved with the corpses of cowards), the Halls of Bleeding, the Bone Cathedral, The Blood and [[Film/MadMaxBeyondThunderdome Thunder Dome]], the Circus of Death and Crimson Sea ("Crimson" ([[CaptainObvious "Crimson" because of all the blood).blood]]).

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** Played more for laughs with the Markovian, who's surprisingly knowledgeable about poetic meters. Justified, as his player is a librarian.


* NightmareFetishist: The Afterdeath of the Markovian religion is filled with such cozy locales, such as the Coward's Road (paved with the corpses of cowards), the Halls of Bleeding, the Bone Cathedral, The Blood and [[MadMaxBeyondThunderdome Thunder Dome]], the Circus of Death and Crimson Sea ("Crimson" because of all the blood).

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* NightmareFetishist: The Afterdeath of the Markovian religion is filled with such cozy locales, such as the Coward's Road (paved with the corpses of cowards), the Halls of Bleeding, the Bone Cathedral, The Blood and [[MadMaxBeyondThunderdome [[Film/MadMaxBeyondThunderdome Thunder Dome]], the Circus of Death and Crimson Sea ("Crimson" because of all the blood).


* ShoutOut: On season 2 page 7, we get a look at the Overgod Ao... Who looks exactly like [[WebVideo/CriticalRole Matt Mercer]].


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** On season 2 page 7, we get a look at the Overgod Ao... Who looks exactly like Creator/MatthewMercer.

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* NightmareFetishist: The Afterdeath of the Markovian religion is filled with such cozy locales, such as the Coward's Road (paved with the corpses of cowards), the Halls of Bleeding, the Bone Cathedral, The Blood and [[MadMaxBeyondThunderdome Thunder Dome]], the Circus of Death and Crimson Sea ("Crimson" because of all the blood).


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* ShoutOut: The Markovian's description of the Afterdeath references ''Film/MadMaxBeyondThunderdome'', and seems influenced by [[TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}} Khorne's whole blood and skulls-schtick]].


* SpellProjectile: Azhorn ("The All-Seeing")'s ghost(?) casts ''Magic Missile''. While Wurzel falls victim to it, Draziw uses what seems like a ''Shield'' spell to defend himself.

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* SpellProjectile: Azhorn ("The All-Seeing")'s ProjectileSpell: Azhorn's ghost(?) casts ''Magic Missile''. While Wurzel falls victim to it, Draziw uses what seems like a ''Shield'' spell to defend himself.

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* CaptainErsatz: The Daemon race from the Fallen Veil setting are very clearly Tieflings, with some details reworked.

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