Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Some Not-White PCs Of D&D-Europe






























That armor's pretty fucking Runequest




7 comments:

Matt H said...

at least seventy percent of these are just different othellos

also nice to see olaudah equiano make an appearance

THAT'S RIGHT CUNTS I GOT AN INTERESTING NARRATIVE AND I'M NOT AFRAID TO USE IT

Asslessman said...

I'm always glad to have dungeon parties with other characters than just WASPs.
Our cleric just happens to be black and proud :

http://forum.oldhammer.org.uk/viewtopic.php?f=17&t=3327

David Larkins said...

Very nice collection. I'm looking forward to bringing in Sir Morien for my Pendragon campaign at some point in the future:

http://medievalpoc.tumblr.com/post/55426449653/sir-morien-black-knight-of-the-round-table-the

Oddly, I just did a search to see if there were any images of Sir Palomides/Palamedes the Saracen floating about and came up pretty much empty.

Diffan said...

NIce!

faoladh said...

Yeah, it looks like the only image out there is this one: http://www.priestesstarot.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/Palamedes.jpg

Roger G-S said...

Equiano is an NPC ship captain in my campaign. People get darker the souther you go but there is a constant interchange, and the wild card of the rare bloodlines of the Metallic races.

This reminds me that Juan de Pareja needs to turn up at some point, too.

Favorite fashion statement here: the papyriform-capital bellbottoms on the DCC dude, aka Martin Bernal goes disco.

Daniel Klein said...

Just to add another name from historical note:

le Chevalier de St. George, Black (Hatian-French) composer and swordsman, He was a contemporary of Mozart and also considered one of the finest swordsman in Europe. Also a great composer. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chevalier_de_Saint-Georges