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I roll a D6 to see if I shag your mum

 

I roll a 1

 

I still hit it as yo momma so easy

 

#SickNerdBurn

 

You've critically fumbled my Mum!!!

 

Dirty beardy Dwarven bastard!

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I roll a D6 to see if I shag your mum

 

I roll a 1

 

I still hit it as yo momma so easy

 

#SickNerdBurn

 

You've critically fumbled my Mum!!!

 

Dirty beardy Dwarven bastard!

 

 

Your mum was the dirty one

 

I had to roll against the poison chart after that

 

Luckily I was wearing my "Lucky Diamond Encrusted Sheath" (+2 save)

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You are at a ford. You can cross the ford, turn left up a cobbled path or turn right and follow a path through a glen to a rocky beach.

 

You have:-

A police uniform.

An air pistol,

A can of diet Pepsi,

A bag of chips.

An average burger.

 

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I cross the ford.

 

*crosses fingers he doesn't get eaten by a grue*

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I used to Play DnD all the time in the 1980s and I enjoyed playing Dungeon Master, Thieves and Healing Clerics.

 

I still have my Old DnD Books Stored in my Boxes of other Books.

 

I liked being Dungeon Master cause I could never be Killed.

 

I liked being a Thief cause I got to Unlock Doors, Climb Walls and Find Traps.

 

I liked being Healing Clerics cause I got to horde Healing Magic and Healing my fellow Players.

 

DnD is based on the Lands of JR Tolkien Hobbit and Lord of the Rings Trilogies and my Favorite Scene is when the Ents attack Isengard.

 

 

3X3

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Just an FYI, I ended up using Roll20. I was going to check out that Boards and Brews as that seemed like a 'friendly' place, but then the owner was a complete nazi to Stu Peters, so yeah, roll20 works fine.

 

If any DnD games do turn up, please let me know either way, it'd be nice for in person.

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Dungeons And Dragons was a Very Popular Game to Play in the 1980s and 1990s until a D&D Player got his D&D Playing Buddies to Kill His Parents to that he could score the Inheritance:

http://www.vancouversun.com/news/convicted+Tsawwassen+double+murder+parole/10855263/story.html

 

After that, the Game's Popularity went Down Hill and it is Not Played around here as much anymore.

 

 

3X3

 

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On ‎10‎/‎07‎/‎2017 at 1:48 AM, TheDruid-3X3 said:

Dungeons And Dragons was a Very Popular Game to Play in the 1980s and 1990s until a D&D Player got his D&D Playing Buddies to Kill His Parents to that he could score the Inheritance:

http://www.vancouversun.com/news/convicted+Tsawwassen+double+murder+parole/10855263/story.html

 

After that, the Game's Popularity went Down Hill and it is Not Played around here as much anymore.

 

 

3X3

 

D&D (and RPGs in general) are at the most popular it has ever been.  Uniformed post is uniformed.

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A few Stores in the area that used to Sell Supplies for such Games all went Out Of Business after the Murder Case I pointed out.  And I can not find any Gaming Stores that Sells D&D Supplies anymore.

So it may be still Popular in the Isle of Man but it is not around here.

 

3X3

 

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http://www.boardgames.ca/dungeonsanddragons_1.aspx

"Canada's largest boardgames, miniatures and roleplay game supplier"

https://www.facebook.com/pg/401games/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1812129782134285

"401 Games, Toys & Sportscards has been a leading Toronto retailer of toys and collectible merchandise for over 15 years. Located in the heart of downtown Toronto we are your one stop shop for all your toys and gaming needs."

 

Maybe you need to look harder.

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