Cartoon Character D&D Character Sheets From The 80's

May 29, 2018


This is a series of cartoon character Dungeons & Dragons character sheets as printed in Dragon magazine between 1981 - 1982. Those...look like some pretty unique stats. Now I'm not saying I wouldn't play as one of these characters, but I am saying I refuse to play with any Dungeon Master who won't let me build a character with all maxed stats that can one-hit kill most enemies and steal all my allies' best loot. "You sound fun to be around." Oh man, you should have come to my Memorial Day barbecue yesterday. It....was only me. I've got tons of leftover potato salad if you wanna swing by my cubicle for a handful.

Keep going for seven more, and I'm sorry somebody cut the written descriptions out of some of them, I don't know why anybody would do that except to spite us.








Thanks to Ryan WL, who wants to play as Wile E. Coyote. Awesome, I'll be the Road Runner and destroy you.

  • Emmitt Morgans

    It's an older Daffy Duck, sir, but it checks out.

    (BTW, who is that rabbit? It sure doesn't look like Bugs)

  • The_Wretched

    popeye's charisma is too high and buggs too low

  • GeneralDisorder

    Popeye had pretty serious charisma. I mean, look at him, look at Bluto. Bluto looks at least vaguely human. And who does Olive Oyl end up with? The freaky deformed Popeye. Granted Olive ain't exactly humanoid so maybe they're both the same species of alien monster.

  • Jenness

    You took the time to compare all the stats?

  • The_Wretched

    I read fast. Some things just stand out when you're high functioning.

  • GristleMcNerd

    I checked and found the original tweet, which has some more details (including complete pages for Bugs and Daffy) in the replies:

  • Geekologie

    thank you, added those in their full glory

  • Kon Bot

    The adapted game is called TOON by Steven Jackson.

  • Eric Ord

    That link says the game came out in 1984, but these are from 1981-2

  • GeneralDisorder

    It takes time to develop a game. Even a table-top game like this.

  • Eric Ord


    PS nerds

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