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Things We Saw Today: Star Wars Onsies For Adults

As one who overheats quickly, I appreciate these Star Wars onsies not being the footy-kind. (via Fashionably Geek

  • has an exclusive look at a new Game of Thrones graphic novel depicting George R.R. Martin’s Dunk and Egg stories.
  • 21 Fantastic Movies About Female Friendships (via The Frisky)

Magneto, rocking some serious boob armor, in a new X-Men: Days of Future Past photo. (via Empire)

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  • Lowprices

    I like the idea of RPG’ s that focus on social interaction instead of combat and wish the developers luck, even though I won’t be funding as I’m not a fan of Austen. If people are interested in a social interaction based game, May I recommend Fallen London? Set in a steampunk Dickens-meets-Lovecraft London, it’s a well written fun game, which is a rarity for a free to play browser game.

  • Eisen

    You don’t need a special setting if you’re interested in RPG with focus (or only) social interaction. Even DnD can be played this way. My group started a pathfinder campaign with a ‘Game of Thrones-Intrigue’-Style, and we builded own rules for generating our own houses and counties.

    The kickstarter is a nice idea, but if I would want to play something like this so badly, I had build my own rules in another RPG system already.

  • Anonymous

    Wuuut? No bright orange flight suit? wuttagyp

  • Anonymous

    Not going to pretend that “boob armour” didn’t earn a chortle from me.

  • Anonymous

    So love Fallen London!

  • Dessa Brewington

    I love how hard Rebel Alliance Hoodie Guy is trying. He is just determined to make it look like Calvin Klein.

  • TheChief

    It kind of sounds like an open ended visual novel with RPG elements. Not sure if this game would be my cup of tea, but the steampunk game you mentioned sounds interesting.