Discussion in 'The Bar' started by Chriza, Jun 16, 2013.
Fucking nerds sit at a table, roll dice, and get boners over pretending to be elves and dwarves.
I was an 80's kid, so I never got into it, by then I had a Sega Master System and an Atari 2600.
Oh, I played it a lot. By mid-high school, my focus moved to chicks and music and getting wasted and D&D fell by the wayside.
Can't hear you. Speak up.
Is the guy in the awesome vest with the one fingerless glove the Dungeon Master? He looks like he is in charge. He is their Animal God.
real nerds know the one true chip is Doritios! and the one true soda is Jolt! Cola
All the sugar and twice the caffeine!
I was 1960s so D&D hadn't been invented yet.
Of course I was a D&D nerd as a kid. I even met a group of stranger nerds when I was 15 to play. I still have no idea how I met them. There was no world wide web in 1985. I'm lucky they didn't tie me up in a real dungeon and throw real fire balls at me.
there was no web, but there was Usenet: people played slowly via newsgroup postings.
Expedition To Barrier Peaks was my favorite module. Your group enters a crashed spaceship and gets to use lasers and encounters aliens with psionic powers that melt your brain. That was awesome.
we had this in 1981
it ran on an Apple ][+, green on black. took weeks to play one game. by the time i finished i was throwing multiple nuke spells on the main villian.
akumba mumbwangi is hebrew for one legged elf
I hated the whole psionics part. Otherwise, it was the bee's knees.