Fucking saddening to me, man. I absolutely loved GW1, did a playthrough of all the campaigns and EotN with a friend recently and it was cool and nostalgic as fuck. GW2 just fails to make me feel anything but disappointed, it's such a shame. I wonder if a Guild Wars TRPG could be good?>>46697882>>46697456
Interesting to read this polarisation, because I love 40k but also love Dark Souls and while I never finished watching Wakfu (really must do so) and never played the game, the setting does have some real charm to it. That said, Wakfu simply isn't as fleshed out as 40k unless there's a ton of stuff I'm missing. I feel like some of the comments criticising your anti-40k stances are saying "but 40k has so much lore!", but you're not denying that it's well-fleshed; you're saying that you don't like its style, and that's fine.>>46697993>Souls lore is shallow shit
Lmoa.>What is your favourite fantasy setting?
Honestly, not my homebrew setting. Really I just made it to get into playing TRPGs with my friends with, and it's pretty uninteresting. I could definitely do better. I would probably have to say 40k, but I do also love TES and Dark Souls. If The Force is enough to make it fantasy, I'll throw Star Wars in there, too (and if we're separating the movies from the EU as we probably should, I definitely prefer the EU; more fantastical, if nothing else).>What is your least favourite fantasy setting?
I don't know if I've ever had sufficient exposure to any setting I don't like to really say "yeah this setting definitely sucks", but while there's some stuff I like about Warcraft, it IS highly generic and its aesthetic ranges from the very cool to the fucking disgraceful. I can't feel comfortable with gnomes and goblins and their stupid tech, either. If the whole setting had a "fantasy but with some advanced tech thrown in" vibe it might work, but as it stands you just have ridiculous discrepancies in technology within walking distance of each other.