Witch Girls Adventures
It uses the "Drama Diaries" system, where your character's stats are represented as different-sized dice, from 1d2 (i.e. flip a coin) to 1d10. Checks are made by rolling your stat die and adding a relevant skill's ranks to the result; every check has a difficulty number ranging from 4 to 20+. For example, if your character's Body stat is D8 and your Athletics skill is 5, you roll 1d8+5 for Athletics checks.
The game is primarily aimed at a tween/teenage female audience; its stated objective is to introduce young girls to RPGs. Due to its combination of under-age magic-using girls, vore and shrinking fetish overtones, and obvious promotion of violence for trivial reasons, it is also guaranteed to spark the imagination of /tg/ whenever it is posted.
Honestly it makes a better supplement for your next Hunter: The Vigil session than a setting in of itself. But if you have to play it make sure to roll up a backyard Grey Knight equipped with a powered exoskeleton driven by a lawnmower engine and a halberd sanctified by a local priest. Also make sure to scream, "This is the judgement of the righteous!" when you cut the little monsters down in the name of the Emprah.
The game's creator Malcolm Harris is notorious now for Kickstarter patron theft after two successful projects resulted in nothing for his backers, but fresh (secret) sales of Channel M products at conventions and online.
- MagickChicks webcomic page 1
- Channel-M Live! where you can buy it yourself, maybe for the next book-burning.
- sup/tg/ archive of just how much we LOVE stuff like this. LOVE LOVE KAWAII DESU NYA*BLAM*
- Volume 1: Original Witch Girls (1 issue)
- Volume 2: Witch Girls Tales (1 issue)
- Volume 3: Princess Lucinda (2 issues, #0 and #1)
- According to this blog, Magical Witch Girl Bunny was created by former Disney animator Elizabeth Watasin and first appeared in the 1997 Action Girl Comic #13 as “Bunny, The Good Lil’ Teen Witch.” In Acton Girl #13 Bunny meets, flirts and initiates the first kiss with Dean, her Vampire Butch girlfriend.
- Klarion is the reverse, a "Witch Boy".
- Winx Club team had their own magazine,
- Girl was a 1952 comic book story
- W.I.T.C.H. team starred in their own comic series