About a year and a half ago, I ran a D&D campaign for my brothers and my friend. Since they asked, I drew a lineup of their characters ([link]
Well, everyone enjoyed it so much, we decided to continue it a few months ago. Everyone pretty much demanded a 'season two' outfit, so here's the group redesign.
The original PCs found a great (pirate) treasure at the end of the last campaign, as well as a mysterious magical artifact that they wrested away from a would-be usurper with Imperial ambitions (a magical artifact connected to the most infamous pirates of the last 200 years, no less).
Well, it's two years later, game-time, and the PCs find themselves on the run from mysterious forces seeking said magical item. So far, they've been cut off from their ship (and their wealth), framed for murder, impersonated nobles, and stolen a flying whale. Henk even lost his memory after getting into a fight with some pixies.
The characters, from left to right:
Cris, human cleric; Ella, human wizard (an NPC that the players love to bug); Henk, half-Orc fighter (and captain of the PCs' catamaran, "The Sweet Lady" (which he calls 'the Lady in Red'
); 'Sarah' (a new player), half-Elf rogue who's given so many aliases that nobody's really sure of her real name is;
Rhonin (whose player joined about halfway into the first campaign), a halfling bard; and Jerod, human fighter (a bounty hunter who took a great deal of pleasure in enjoying his sudden wealth).
Hope the info-dump didn't strain anybody's eyes.
I've got high hopes for this campaign; it's going well so far.
Maybe one day I'll sit down and draw out a comic for the whole thing.
Could be fun.