There isn’t a real art style, but borrowed photo stills from major motion pictures. There’s no addition of other images or photo stills aside from the movies, so the comic doesn’t really have its own, independent form.
Writing and Dialogue
The writing is absolutely hilarious; it takes a very familiar story and shifts it around to what life would be like if it was nothing but a tabletop RPG. The way the photo stills are edited is superb, changing the story of the films to fit the campaigns while still maintaining some of their original intentions; however, because it is taking photo stills as a resource, there is a lot of dialogue to read through. Without the dialogue, there would be no way to know what is actually going on in the story. If you don’t like reading a lot of text, then you won’t enjoy this webcomic.
The target audiences that would best enjoy this comic are certainly the fans of the Star Wars films (even the ones who liked the prequel trilogy) as well as any experienced tabletop RPG players. If you haven’t done either of these things—and sometimes it seems as though both are necessary to fully understand the situations shown—then you’re not going to get a lot of the little jokes that are presented. You’re more than wlecome to try, but don’t say I didn’t warn you.