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Roll For Damage

Five friends fight evil in their weekly D&D game as a distraction from their turbulent lives.

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Week #3 The Differentiator Roll For Damage

R4D uses illustrations in combination with live footage to create a unique comedic experience. The illustrations can accent action and emotion, map time and space, communicate abstract concepts and more. Most importantly, the drawings allow the show to take place within a fantasy realm without the production costs or complications.

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Marwan T. 3  posted 5 years ago

Holy crap, WTF!!! I did not expect this at all! Most of the stuff on this site is sketch comedy or just sitcoms. This is so nuts. You guys should get on Reddit with this.

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Characters come alive

Characters come alive

Peter's roll as the "dungeon master" has him playing a constantly changing roster of characters. The gang meets an elf? Peter plays the elf. The gang rescues a maiden? Peter plays the maiden. The gang chats up a demon? Peter plays the demon. The use of illustration adds accents to Peter's quick portrayals and helps keep the audience clear on which character is speaking.
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Improv

Improv

The celebration sequence in our Mission 3 video is the perfect example of how Roll for Damage incorporates improvisation into its scripts. Improv comedy has an undeniable energy that audiences gravitate toward. We make sure to provide as many improv opportunities as possible for our talented cast.
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This isn't a show about

This isn't a show about "nerds"

This is a show about people. The pen and paper role-playing aspect of the show provides a common thread to bind the characters together and allows us to explore aspects of their psychology that would otherwise remain hidden. While our Mission 3 video focused on the characters "in-game," a full episode of Roll For Damage would spend as much time in the "real world" as it would "in-game."
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  • mullet's Photo
    mullet m. 0  posted 5 years ago

    Interesting; that is my rating for this video after careful consideration and review so that I might meet the one hundred character requirement and earn another merit badge in the comedy coup competition.

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    Lovina Y. 0  posted 5 years ago

    My Top 5 picks!
    1. Wasted
    2. Bike Cops
    3. Roll for Damage
    4.Infinite Possibilities
    5. Geoff and the Ninja
    Good luck in the competition guys! hope all of you on my list make it. You all have great ideas!!!!

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    Trevor B. 0  posted 5 years ago

    The highlight of this for me was the inspiration she used of her cat eating her dental floss. Definitely one of the most creative ways I've heard of somebody killing a monster.

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    Kyle B. 0  posted 5 years ago

    This show looks great, and this video was awesome! It perfectly captured all the different stuff that's being shown in the series, while still being hilarious in its own right. Way to go!

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    Cail S. 0  posted 5 years ago

    The art matches the concept of D&D (self-created fantasy) and this is a fun, cheap way to bring the characters into another world. And it just looks awesome!

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    Jake M. 0  posted 5 years ago

    I love love love this visual style and the D and D game setting is full of potential. As long as you make us care about the humans playing the game, I am sooooollllldddd

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    Kala A. 0  posted 5 years ago

    The show's violence is unnecessary and vivid, and the viewer has compassion for the guy who raised the beast, so the other players seem like mean bullies. I like the concept, but the content is disappointing.

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    Aaron O. 0  posted 5 years ago

    The art style is a really interesting addition to a cast that seems to have a lot of potential, I'm really curious what character arcs will be like.

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    Andrew L. 0  posted 5 years ago

    This is what D & D is like! It's a mix of improv, a goal and pure hilarity! It's refreshing to see the people playing as themselves and not a s a stereotype from the 70s or 80s. I find most shows that revolve around geek culture seem to be written by bullies who use them as the but of a joke. Thanks for this.

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    Louise S. 0  posted 5 years ago

    The differentiator video definitely did its job as showing how unique this project is! The production is clearly excellent and the writing/acting quite funny, but I still wonder how this premise would pan out as a weekly series. It feels a bit too much like a good short film.

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    Lauren M. 0  posted 5 years ago

    Have loved all The roll for damage videos, but Peter Carlone as the cast beast is a favorite moment! Great writing and performances along with the animation makes it a must see.

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    Andy D. 0  posted 5 years ago

    Will episodes be posted somewhere for people outside Canada? This show looks awesome, any metal bands on the soundtrack?

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    Kat T. 0  posted 5 years ago

    I like this one. Great acting, great scripts, just wondering if the rotoscope will continue through the whole series?

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    Haley C. 0  posted 5 years ago

    Such a unique idea - can't think of anything else on TV that comes close to this and would love to see it played out!

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    Elisha Z. 0  posted 5 years ago

    Awesome art in this one, very unique. Once again very happy to watch all the awesome canadian talent. I am a big fan of Self Help and this show is great too! Canadian talent! YAY what fun watching these over the top characters best of luck! great stuff

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    Emilee G. 0  posted 5 years ago

    I love the art in this show! It's perfectly simpatico with Dnd. I do think the characters can be too over the top some of the time, but when they are in "battle" that would be acceptable. Again I still love this show.

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    Sharalee P. 0  posted 5 years ago

    I do not get this at all, but I think it is hilarious. I'm definitely going to be incorporating some of those celebratory moves into wins over my toddlers playing UNO.

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    Sean M. 0  posted 5 years ago

    Great concept and the illustrations push it over the edge into something unique. Looks better for a webisode type of format due to subject matter and audience type but I would watch this.

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    Robert W. 0  posted 5 years ago

    Love the art and enthusiasm behind this concept. Although I'm not sure if I'd be willing to watch a show of friends just sitting around a table. But if I saw a pilot, I may be convinced

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    Michael S. 0  posted 5 years ago

    Congrats on the top 50! I don't know how I missed this entry earlier. Fantastic concept. As an avid D&D enthusiast myself, I'd like to ask... 3.0 or 3.5? ;)

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    Davor M. 0  posted 5 years ago

    Moar pleez!

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    Daniel W. 0  posted 5 years ago

    Punch line killed me. Not unlike the gnomish blade wire killed the displacer beast.

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    Brian T. 0  posted 5 years ago

    I like this show; and this style really separates it from the rest of the shows in the competition. I like the 'rooting it in reality' feel of using this as a major driver of the show, and it would be even more awesome if characters almost had their own styles of 'imagination animation' to almost duke it out onscreen or combine to demonstrate the clashing of minds during a D&D session!

    Superb!

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    Justin L. 0  posted 5 years ago

    As a lot of people are doing, you get on to help out some of your friends who need votes, and poke around in the process just to see if anything good is around. You get a chuckle here and there, but this one really made me laugh a lot. It's true that perhaps you need to be an old nerd to really have it hit you, but I watched a couple of these videos a few times (since the webpage kept not 'processing' that I had actually watched them) to rate them, and it made me laugh the same way each time. The dialogue would work just as well for radio, and adding the sketching overlay, it's priceless.

    Awesome. I really want to see this come to fruition.

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    Cathy V. 0  posted 5 years ago

    As a DND player I LOVE the concept of this show, and the use of illustrations and live action is just really really great! Hope you guys move on the to TOP 50!

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    Ashley W. 0  posted 5 years ago

    That was a fun and well done differentiator. I look forward to seeing more of the drawings, I like how you incorporate them into the storyline. Hoping to see you advance onto the next level.

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    Josianne a. 0  posted 5 years ago

    Good one!

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    Robert C. 0  posted 5 years ago

    Love the chemistry between the characters, and assuming that you would cut to full on animation sequences, a very cool premise!

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    Noel J. 0  posted 5 years ago

    :D

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  • Peter's Photo
    Peter J. 0  posted 5 years ago

    Great work guys, love it!!

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    Chris C. 0  posted 5 years ago

    Love the dungeons and dragons concept and really want to see more monster creations. I want to see more battles between animated characters, the animation is great.

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    Carol H. 0  posted 5 years ago

    Love the mixed mediums. Very creative! The animation is a character unto itself. Very Noel Fielding.

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    Daniel D. 0  posted 5 years ago

    The illustrations in this project are unreal. Such a cool concept. We should do a d&d game with all the groups in Vancouver. That would be sweet.

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    Andrew I. 0  posted 5 years ago

    Your maximum damage celebration is amazing. I love the visual style, the animation is key. "I raised that beast from a cub" is a super funny closing line. Love it all.

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    Devon B. 0  posted 5 years ago

    Great job guys, this is a great concept and executed well. Looking forward to the rest of the challenges to see what your team pumps out!

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    Kyle B. 0  posted 5 years ago

    I think the use of cartoon elements really helps create the idea of a fantasy world, while keeping the show light-hearted. Great work!

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    chris d. 0  posted 5 years ago

    Oh my goodness! I haven't heard the word 'displacerbeast' since I was 16 years old! Brought back all sorts of fun memories! Oh Thac0! I really enjoy the addition of the drawings, how you explained what it was and the childish antics. Good fun, keep em coming

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    Marilyn G. 0  posted 5 years ago

    I really like your thumbnails for each video, it is easy to stand out and recognize your videos yet they are each different and creative. The concept is a little bit much for my liking and ability to follow, just may not be a genre I am familiar with as much.

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    Timothy M. 1  posted 5 years ago

    love it, this show could have killer graphics sequences if it wins

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    Nina H. 0  posted 5 years ago

    i like the idea but not sure if i would watch 20 mins of this

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    Sarah D. 0  posted 5 years ago

    This is a great premise, and super funny. I love the illustrations. I see this being more of a recurring sketch on a regular show though, rather than a show in itself. I can't really see this lasting for a whole season of 22min episodes. But hey, if you win, good on ya! If not, maybe do a webseries? The format might work better for you.

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    Jacob D. 0  posted 5 years ago

    Excellent idea with excellent execution. This is another of the few ideas I've seen that could sustain a whole series. That being said, I think episodes would need to expand beyond the D&D fairly early. Exploring these characters and their motivations when outside the game would make the game itself that much more interesting.

    Based on the "dental floss/cat" cutaway, it seems like these folks are already thinking in that direction.

    Good luck!

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    Darcy F. 0  posted 5 years ago

    This is one of the more original ideas in the competition. Something that plays to the "Zombie crowd" without actually heading down that road. While I never actually got into D&D I can appreciate the humour. You don't need eyes. Now I got 4 eyes! :)

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    Anna L. 0  posted 5 years ago

    This project continues to look very promising. I like the unique element that the illustrations add to the project, they definitely make it stand out. And yes, continuously hilarious each week. Brava!

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    Matthew J. 0  posted 5 years ago

    I like this concept but I can't really see it working on television. Seems more like a web series. Regardless ~ good writing, acting, and the sketch graphics are an awesome touch.

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    Robert K. 0  posted 5 years ago

    funny acting but i worry the subject matter is a little limiting in terms of ur demographic. My gut tells me it's funny, but my mind tells me I have no idea what any of you are talking about.

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    Gregory H. 0  posted 5 years ago

    This looks like it's gonna be really good, I hope that even if you don't win you continue the series as a low / no budget channel on YouTube. The animations really brings the dialogue to life, I've watch D&D pod casts before and tho the dialogue is funny, there's usually little reason to actually watch it, but the way you are doing it, it's far more entertaining to look at and even tho the video was only short i can easily see it being stretched out into a full 22 min ep.

    Good Luck!

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    Carmen v. 0  posted 5 years ago

    i love the animations

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    John J. 0  posted 5 years ago

    I started out thinking that the concept was ok, but couldn't support more than a couple of episodes. It seems like you guys have a lot of interesting ideas and I'm liking the character's more and more every time I see them. You're selling me on the concept more but I feel like you did not show show me how your show is different aside from the premise, which I already knew about. However, it did feel fairly different as a show so I'm willing to accept a "show don't tell" explanation.

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    Spencer L. 0  posted 5 years ago

    A great unique concept. Really hope to see this project make it to the next round! Love the focus on the people instead of the nerdiness.

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    Andrea K. 0  posted 5 years ago

    Enjoying the concept of the show!! Loving the sketches and the hilariousness of it all!! Can't wait to see what you have in store for your viewers next!

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    Chris B. 1  posted 5 years ago

    Yes! Brian's illustrations and some of the best Vancouver comics! This show is gonna be great. Looking forward to all the weird and wacky things you come up with -- not just the jokes but the imagery! Art and comedy, oh so good.

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    Denis B. 0  posted 5 years ago

    Some much fun! Armour save my heart

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    Marwan T. 3  posted 5 years ago

    Holy crap, WTF!!! I did not expect this at all! Most of the stuff on this site is sketch comedy or just sitcoms. This is so nuts. You guys should get on Reddit with this.

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    Brooke H. 0  posted 5 years ago

    Really interesting style, and of course funny! As a nerd girl I find it very appealing. Good luck!

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    Richard H. 0  posted 5 years ago

    sweet , i love shows that actually use real gaming creatures and words instead of faking it like they do in some other shows

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    Carol H. 0  posted 5 years ago

    Love the mixed mediums. Very creative! The animation is a character unto itself. Very Noel Fielding.

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    Carol H. 0  posted 5 years ago

    Loving the mixing of mediums!

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    Ryan B. 0  posted 5 years ago

    Kudos on choosing a devoted subculture rich in comedic opportunity and willing to laugh at itself. Super talented cast. Can't wait to see this expanded beyond of the game table.

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    Kristyn S. 2  posted 5 years ago

    Where can I buy the Displacer Beast Action Figure?

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    Iain A. 1  posted 5 years ago

    This video was too funny! I would love to see this expanded.

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    Graham P. 0  posted 5 years ago

    Funny stuff

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    Kate H. 0  posted 5 years ago

    Love these guys - always quality, super funny work. Can't wait to see the next missions!

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    kirk l. 1  posted 5 years ago

    Holy 'eff! My inner nerd, (he's an inner nerd because I locked him in there after all the unpleasant business in high school; he is always sneaking out to play though...), is freaking out! I would absolutely watch the shit out of this show. It would be awesome if you could work in some 'how to' elements for those not of the D&D world throughout the show; that might increase the appeal beyond the initiated. Good luck!

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    Jean-Michel C. 1  posted 5 years ago

    Looks very clever! While the D&D concept has been used in lots of shows, you guys have found a creative way to keep it fresh with the cartoons graphics.

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    Andrew L. 0  posted 5 years ago

    Funny video and I think the illustrations are a clever way to help convey the story. If you can manage to keep both the D&D interesting as well as the characters lives outside it then you've got yourselves something good here.

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    Ryan C. 0  posted 5 years ago

    You had me at the tentacle cat. The accurate D&D insanity is icing. And the graphics are gorgeous. I'm terribly curious how the graphic design would play out over a full length episode.

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    Stuart H. 1  posted 5 years ago

    Very funny video, and good use of showing AND telling - using the text description to emphasize the point of difference. The illustrations are very effective at literally painting a picture - especially for those not familiar with the world of D&D. Until now, I'd barely noticed the illustrations, but now they're much more in my face. In a good way!

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    Stacey M. 1  posted 5 years ago

    "It's my honeymoon" makes me laugh every time. MAXIMUM DAMAGE for COMEDY, you guys. I love that you used this challenge opportunity to show and not tell. Thank you for teaching me a valuable lesson: that cat intestinal problems can be funny if shot properly.

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    Rob P. 2  posted 5 years ago

    As a serial D&D player since I was 13 years old this show is the show of my dreams...Looking at the talent on board, I know the off-table stuff is going to be as funny, if not funnier than the on-table.

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    Boxcar Dan V. 1  posted 5 years ago

    I got a kick out of the video! I used to play DND when I was a kid and loved it. I'm just not sure if people who have never played an RPG like this will get the comedy. However, the illustrations are really well done and pretty damn funny. Keep it up!

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    Lauri S. 0  posted 5 years ago

    I don't get this so you may have explained the problem.

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    Mikaela D. 2  posted 5 years ago

    I really love the illustrations/video mix. It's a great way to show DnD. I'd love to see how that's used in the real world storyline, too. Kind of a "Student Bodies" vibe.

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    Christina O. 0  posted 5 years ago

    It's funny, but I'm wondering how many episodes can be made out of people playing D&D. I noticed that you mentioned it will also show aspects about their lives, but I'm assuming each episode they would also be playing D&D and I'm wondering if that will start to get old. Good luck in the overall competition though!

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    Chloe B. 0  posted 5 years ago

    I think the writers are a bit lost.

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    Cameron M. 1  posted 5 years ago

    Consistently one of the funniest. Also , if other shows are getting inspired by this TIP: Draw cat faces over people. It's great.

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    Wendel S. 1  posted 5 years ago

    I know for a fact that there aren't enough shows about nerds gaming.

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    Brian E. 1  posted 5 years ago

    I only know D&D from wathcing my brothers play when I was a kid and from Community. I know next to nothing about it and this still has me excited. The graphics are a fantastic touch and the whole project just looks FUNNY. Looking forward to seeing the non-game parts play out.

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    Mark L. 1  posted 5 years ago

    The button on this bit really made me laugh. Love the interaction between the characters. The celebrating section was great too.

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    Mike F. 1  posted 5 years ago

    Really unique style! I love the DnD one-off episodes of other comedies I think this would be really cool to see on air. I'd love to see what you can do with the animation factor of this show when you have funding!

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    Max S. 1  posted 5 years ago

    I've enjoyed all of your videos - you guys are great. The trick of course will be making the parts of the show away from the table as entertaining as these bits have been. Looking forward to it.

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    Peter S. 1  posted 5 years ago

    "it's my honeymoon"

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    Sabrina F. 1  posted 5 years ago

    You guys know how to bring the funny in an environment that hasn't been explored much on television today. So, well done! Can't wait to keep checking in each week to see what else you've got up your sleeves.

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    Matt F. 2  posted 5 years ago

    This is probably my favourite project. I love the concept. It brings you into a world that is very new for most of us, but makes you feel like you're 'in on the joke'. Can't wait to see more. Even if they don't win Comedy Coup...they should make this show.

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    Garner H. 1  posted 5 years ago

    That was awesome! Great performances. I don't recall ever doing a "victory dance" playing D&D, but this was very watchable. The illustration overlays were sometimes helpful and sometimes distracting. And I know where that dental floss has been. My cat did the same thing. Ew!

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    Daniel S. 1  posted 5 years ago

    I like the concept and have enjoyed the D&D episodes in Community. But I also wasn't sure how well a whole series around the table would do. I read the comments and I see that it won't all be around the table which is great. In that case, I would love to see what life is like outside of the game for these players. I hope there imagination doesn't stop conjuring up those goofy scribbles in their real lives too. :)

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    Alex S. 2  posted 5 years ago

    I really appreciate not only the quirky-ness of the drawings but how it helps visually tell the story. You can keep the pace of dialogue quick, because you can overlay the displacer beast on the DM - quickly the viewer knows he's not being silly but providing feedback to his players. Lets the laughs come quick!

    Looking forward to finding out how the illustrations get used in 'real life'.

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    Alain M. 3  posted 5 years ago

    Like the artwork and the improv-feel, great work guys!

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    Maitland A. 2  posted 5 years ago

    Awesome! Talented folks over here!

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    Courtney S. 1  posted 5 years ago

    I think your use of illustrations is extremely innovative. It was one of the things that caught my eye in your first video. I like the idea that these characters are invested in their fantasy world - but am looking forward to seeing them interact in the "real world" as you've promised to as the competition continues. Great stuff!

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    Clifford P. 1  posted 5 years ago

    I relate with the earlier comment 'not knowing anything about this world", BUT I want to because the illustrations and the acting are so engaging. Cannot wait for more real world scenarios as mentioned in the NO 'nerds' description . I enjoyed correlating the cat flossing with the sawing of the displacer beast and was thinking that if you all used RFD illustrations to convey your attitudes towards situations at work, grocery store, dmv, church etc... you would relate even more. I am with you. You guys have serious creative and comedic chops and I am rooting for you. Good luck!

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    Jay Z. 2  posted 5 years ago

    I'm a fan!

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    Art g. 0  posted 5 years ago

    Different - absolutely! 100% the MOST different I have seen in this entire comp!!!!
    *However- I'd rather drag a rusty kitchen knife across my own throat, than sit through an entire 30 mins of this. Then again, D&D was never my "thing".

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    Max M. 2  posted 5 years ago

    Fair comment, Art. We never intend to produce a show that would only be "in-game." So far we've focused on the drawings and the silliness of pen and paper role-playing because we've been tasked with demonstrating how our project is different. A 30 min ep of Roll For Damage would really spend most of it's time away from the game table. I hope that we get to show off that aspect of the show in future missions.

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    Jen H. 2  posted 5 years ago

    Guys! The latest video is super cool! The improv aspect is different, the drawing aspect is different, the whole concept of the show is different. And different equals great!

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    Max M. 0  posted 5 years ago

    You're great! Thanks so much!

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    Andrew B. 1  posted 5 years ago

    oh this is lovely

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    Spencer E. 1  posted 5 years ago

    I like the drawings...

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    Krista K. 3  posted 5 years ago

    You guys consistently make me laugh, but I'm always aware I know nothing about this world except what you tell me. I'm not totally sure where you're going but I like the different ness and maybe just want an access point so I don't feel so alien.

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    Tim W. 0  posted 5 years ago

    I'm really enjoying the work thus far, especially the graphic artistry on the live characters.

    Great stuff!

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    Scott L. 1  posted 5 years ago

    Best one yet folks! just slaying it. Really cool improviser style comedy, and the production is just the neatest! Neato! Bravo! Go! Go!

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    Max M. 2  posted 5 years ago

    This is an excellent comment. Thanks so much for the feedback. What you're referring to is our show's number one challenge, most def. Our pilot episode introduces a new character to the group who has never played this type of game before and we hope that as they learn about the game, so will the audience. Again, thanks for watching and commenting!

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    Dez L. 1  posted 5 years ago

    More of awesomeness that I have come to expect from Team RFD! Awesome. I love the graphics, great use of the time and funny to boot! Your project is one of the teams I am cheering for, because it shows originality and creativity!

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    Max M. 0  posted 5 years ago

    Thanks Dez! You've been a booster from the start! Do you have a project in the mix or...?

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    Caleb B. 1  posted 5 years ago

    Fantastic dispatch of a displacer beast, they are abominations! Raising displacer beasts is a crime against the crown.

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