The Reality of Dungeons & Dragons

As a kid, I was taught that D&D is of the devil, but the reality is much, much worse.



Yup. Good times. Good times.

I realize it's Christmas Eve, and you're probably not even reading this right now. If you are, then know the blog is going dark for the holidays. (And if you aren't reading this . . . weird). I'll be back with a First Impact post on January 2nd.

Have a good break!

6 comments:

fairyhedgehog said...

I tremble in my bootles!

My lot tend to play Arkham Horror these days. Yesterday five of them won against the game! Happy days.

(I don't have five sons, only two, but they do have friends. Really.)

Laura Stephenson said...

D & D is awesome. I'm running a game on New Year's Eve. :D

Adam Heine said...

@fairy: I've heard cool things about Arkham Horror. Sounds like fun!

@Laura: Wish I could be there!

Sarah Ahiers said...

My bro plays D&D twice a week, once at a comic shop (where even he admits the nerdery is almost too much) and then once with his longtime friends, either in our house or somewhere else.

As for Arkham Horror, I'll be playing it this weekend!

Christine Tyler said...

You haven't seen Mazes and Monsters, have you? It's an old anti-dnd movie starring none other than Tom Hanks.

It's the kind of painful you'll fall over laughing at.

Matthew MacNish said...

My parents never had a problem with it, but when I moved in with my aunt and uncle, they freaked out.