Fall Guys Fallen Beans are Now a Playable DnD Race Thanks to Efforts of Action Fiction Founder

Fall Guys Fallen Beans are Now a Playable DnD Race Thanks to Efforts of Action Fiction Founder

Thanks to the imaginative workings of Monsters of Murka creator, the characters of Fall Guys can now be played as a unique race in DnD.

It’s no secret that Fall Guys is an insanely popular game right now, and the buzz surrounding it doesn’t seem likely to die anytime soon. In fact there are still tons of fan-made projects being created even now, such as the new Talk Guys virtual talk show from Gary Whitta (creator of the Animal Talking virtual talk show).

Recently the creator of the Dungeons & Dragons parody board game Monsters of Murka and founder of Action Fiction made the Fall Guys characters into an actual playable race, complete with their own DnD 5e profile page mockup:

If you need a larger version of the documents, those are posted below. And you can check out Action Fiction’s patreon for the full document as well:

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Since release, Fall Guys has been a smashing success gaining major traction across Twitter and streaming platforms as well as being Devolver Digitals’ biggest launch to date. There’s even an ongoing campaign to delete the Yellow Team if a specific tweet gets 1m retweets and recently Fall Guys gave Twitch streamer Dr. Lupo a new outfit for statistically being the best player in the game.

In the latest patch, PS4 players will be able to purchase the Valve skins that were previously available only on PC in the store. Other fixes include: for Fall Mountain the maximum player count is now 15, the time for Team Tail Tag and Royale Fumble has been shortened to one minute and thirty seconds, and arguably most important, team games will no longer pop up back to back. Mediatonic explained that these changes were based on community feedback and wanted to ensure players that they are always listening. Hopefully, these changes will make getting that wretched five wins in a row trophy a little more manageable.

If you’re interested in a detailed retelling of the origins of Fall Guys as well as how the game was pitched and reached its current level of success, check out this extensive thread for Jeff Tanton, Creative Director at Mediatonic.