Who blew up Planet Zircon?
Heavily-Stereotyped Interdimensional Dragons attempt to determine the perpetrator of a terrible crime.
Monomaniac Alien Dragons come to Earth in order to be detectives as a lifestyle choice, despite having little grasp of culture, genre conventions, and indeed what constitutes a crime.
FireForce! The 80’s Cartoon of Exiled Law Enforcement Dragons having adventures and solving crimes while tracking down their Criminal Foe on Earth.
A game of suave people, involved in international criminal investigations, with no abnormal abilities or attributes whatsoever, save for the occasional odd reference to draconic powers or alien worlds.
The trouble with finding your hidden agents on a backwards planet which doesn’t even know about shapeshifting reptilian infiltrators is that … Well, they’re really good at hiding.
International Detective: Dragons From Outer Space – The podcasters are just trying to put on a show, and have no idea that one of their number is secretly a Dragon attempting to communicate with offworld forces through the show.
Or that another is a member of a Mysterious Force, trying to prevent that from happening.
Or that the forums are full of other Dragons and agents of the Mysterious Force.
A forum game in which the players try to figure out which of them is a Dragon, and which is not.
A ship travels through the void of space, groups of passengers periodically awoken to be the audience for the most awesome stadium metal band of all time. Once they’re done with the entertaining, the band fights crime.
Mythological Creatures from Outer Space solve Impossibly Outlandish Crimes.
A wholesome Milk and Cookies game about a grandiosely-named group of Kids on Bikes solving Mysteries.
The group’s always been called the International Detective Dragons From Outer Space, since long before any of the current members were even born; Why it’s called that isn’t important.
Until suddenly it is.
An intergenerational game where the mythology is developed and handed down through the years, possibly leading to an all-star-cast from the whole campaign for the finale.
There was one more notion for this prompt, but I’m not going to be summarising it, nor taking notes on it.
Because of reasons.
When you listen, you’ll understand.
~ T. Jones
I don’t really understand how this relates to salad dressing ~ T. Jones
Sweet Agatha (rpg)
Detective Conan / Case Closed
Craig neglected to mention Frank Ironwine, despite being aware of the (single issue) comic. I attribute this omission to his stunning lack of professionalism. ~ T. Jones
Done and Been: Steel Rail Chronicles of American Hobos by Gypsy Moon
Battlestar Galactica (boardgame)
This was a new one on me. Also Ben is apparently attempting to fuse 70’s stadium rock, 90’s Creedleback music, and whatever GWAR is.
It should be noted that entire timelines have been condemned for less. ~ T. Jones
Power Rangers (franchise)
The Dragonlance Modules/Campaign for AD&D 1st Edition (wikipedia)
Why First Edition? Because Craig made me. There’s also this enormous wiki page mentioning all of the editions. ~ T. Jones