D&D Nerds Take the Desperation to the Streets [Pic

Submitted by: fancylad 7 years ago in Funny

Hey Dungeons & Dragons geeks, no matter how much you try, girls are NOT going to touch your magic.
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Male 4,547
This is almost a year late, but:
No, I don`t play as a Paladin.

An incomplete list of my current characters can be found here.

Though I did play one in Diablo.
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Male 1
@Gortrok

Yep, way too dumbed down. 3.5 is way more in depth, 3.5 ftw!! :P :P

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Male 772
Pfft, idiots, they`re playing 4th edition. Everyone knows that edition`s just crap :P
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Male 3,255
@DRxSATANx

If D&D players say poo like "it seems pretty chill" then maybe it is too nerdy after all! lol.

@Baalthazaq.

I`ll bet real money you play a as paladin.

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Male 321
i dont think D&D is that nerdy, it seems pretty chill
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Male 1,093
i should do that.
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Male 414
wot no cheetos?
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Male 2,551
D&Ds quite fun; I`d enjoy doing it anywhere.
Unfortunatly my friends have gone off to uni, so there aren`t many opportunities that allow me to play it any more. D:
Stupid bums...going off to university and getting an edumacations.
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Male 4,547
Also, we tend to play 4 hours a week, because we have jobs and whatnot. Occasionally we do 8 hour sessions if we get the time but that`s just special occasions. (The end of my 1.5 year campaign).
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Male 4,547
Reaper8:
Most of the content of the 3.x D20 system is available for free online. (I don`t mean you can download the book on bit-torrent, I mean the company that owns it allows it). Here you go.

You don`t *need* anything else. Some of it is just cool.
As for extra content, there`s this little thing called "homebrew", which basically means you can do it yourself. You can recreate anything in any of the expansions in your own head. Change rules. Change characters. Create your own settings, monsters, classes, feats, spells, skills, items, whatever.

I ran a campaign for a year and a half without hardly ever referencing a book. Most of it was from my head. (I do own alot of the books, so occasionally if I was feeling lazy, I`d throw in some monster I liked the idea of).

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Male 1,647

..looks really, really cold. You can`t get me to go outside in the cold for FOOD, yet alone D&D...
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Male 431
wish there were sidewalks like that in Hawaii. not to be an ungrateful random dickhead.
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Male 15
honestly, it takes more balls then anyone here has to dress up in a D&D outfit and roam outside of the basement.
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Female 986
He kind of looks like my DM haha Though, he reminds me a lot of Richard from Looking for Group though with a bit more colour in his face :P
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Male 1,164
Fail.

Except for the guy dressed up as a wizard. He`s win.

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Female 98
Best photo description you guys have ever made hands down
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Female 163
lol omg i love nerds i would totally play with them. i would rather see this then the annoying preachers
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Female 3,828
lol " touch the magic" thats hilarious
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Female 232
If I was in public with them I`d wear a mask too.
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Male 431
good joke JT
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Male 4
`Roleplay is the answer`
Only if the question is: Why are these kids still virgins?
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Male 1,523
Funny description!
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Male 485
what losers
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Female 38
i play D&D with friends at school every week, and there only two guy players. the rest of us are girls. we play first edition, and kick make-believe monster ass!
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Male 1,195
Why do people associate D&D with everything they hate?
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Male 353
"Hey Dungeons & Dragons geeks, no matter how much you try, girls are NOT going to touch your magic."

So false. I`ve gotten I`ve gotten seven beautiful ladies to play D&D and two of them touched my magic.

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Male 1
I think the "Dungeon Master`s" website is here: http://www.kingofrpgs.com
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Male 554
i still play, and i`m 33... poo i think i know these guys
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Female 107
I played D&D once in my life (or at least one campaign). It`s not a bad game, I guess. The biggest fault with it is that, in order to play it, you need to buy extremely overpriced books and if you want more material... well, go buy some more books. And you can`t just play for an hour. Well, you could, but people don`t... they play for a drating day. You have to schedule a half-day to play a game. I think that`s silly.
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Male 4,547
Incidentally, I`m still looking for a play by post game for any of these characters.

Oh, and one non-legal build I made.
Basically Skulk with Shadowdancer as a base class instead of a prestige. Progression is identical, with epic shadowdancer after level 10 to round out the class.

Only change is throwing out multiple shadows for a single greater shadow with continued progression as previously.

Apart from that: Horizon Walker and Exemplar.

Basically a hide/move silently skill monkey.

</shameless plug>

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Female 65
I would love to play some D&D with these guys... if they played inside. Larping in public wouldn`t be so awesome.
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Female 728
I`ve played D&D since I was 10. It`s fun, it increases your math and memory skills, and it is a social game. It really isn`t as pathetic as so many people seem to think.
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Female 2,352
Touch the magic, taste the magic. XD
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Male 106
D&D is excellent. It is a great excuse to get old friends over once a week and share a story, a 24 pack, and 4 all meat pizza`s. Its good, clean fun where you can stab your friends in the back and laugh about it after you dodge their fist-full-of-d20s(improved evasion helps.)
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Male 4,547
Or you could do what I did and marry a DnD playing girl...
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Male 61
faggots.
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Male 109
d&d ppl usually gives atm to each other
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Male 25,416
The below description demonstrates the level of imagination and story telling that goes into the game, because it certainly sounds much more interesting than "A group of people with nothing better to do on a Friday evening than to pretend to be heroes fighting mythical beasts with nothing but their wits, weapons and great many oddly shaped dice and tiny figures made of lead in order to rescue the elven princess with a Charisma score of 20."
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Male 25,416
D and D is a great game, just allot of people cant under stand the rules. The world of Dungeons and Dragons is not actually one world at all, but a nearly infinite number of realms and universes, all with spell casters, valiant warriors, and women with the most revealing chain mail bikinis ever imagined by the sordid minds of fourteen year old boys.

The official website describes D&D as "an imaginative, social experience that engages players in a rich fantasy world filled with larger-than-life heroes, deadly monsters, and diverse settings. As a hobby game, D&D is an ongoing activity to which players might devote hours of their time much like a weekly poker game, getting together with friends on a regular basis for weeks, months, or even years."

Another buxum warrior babe in a chainmail bikini


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Male 161
D&D is a very understated game, I`d love to be able to play it regularly as some have said they do.
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Male 138
BAWWWWW, Luniz needs a healthy dose of UD

http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.ph...

Muffin.

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Male 346
What you guys forget is that D&D is a social game. No matter how nerdy that social aspect may be.

It`s a way to have fun with friends, just like any other game.

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Male 138
To expland upon Angillion`s point;
There are also many ways to play D&D, ranging anywhere from a heavily structured rules system including drawn out maps and figures, or a loose freeflowing system of mostly conversation where the book rules take a backseat to the story.
You can have quick and messy kick down the door campaigns, or expansive stories that may take your group months or even years to complete.
My friends kidnapped me and dragged me to their "nerdy D&D game" years ago now, and if you can by my name, it all worked out in the end.
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Male 587
Wow maybe get a real life? Didn`t know there were so many LOSERS on this site.
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Male 528
I have played for close to 30 years now. Currently I Dungeon Master, my wife , her sister , her brother and his wife all play. I also DM for my friends at work. We all have a lot of fun.
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Male 5,094
A friend of mine described it as you being the co-author and co-star of your own adventure novel.
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Female 573
D&D is actually a lot of fun. I never thought it actually existed (I thought it was just something extremely nerdy for movies... just made up) but when I got with my now husband, I learned he used to play every weekend with his friends. I actually played with him and some of our mutual friends once, it was a lot of fun. It`s all the luck of the dice, but the Dungeon Master (The leader of the game) is the one that makes up the map (and it`s all in your mind, he gives details about it though) and then the scenarios you have to battle through. It`s really fun.
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Male 819
The answer to what?
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Male 12,365
[quote]Anyway... I`ve never played D&D. It doesn`t seem that fun. I mean, you`ve got to reference everything from a book. Everything is essentially on paper. Too slow and simple to be fun.[/quote]

Your impression of D&D is basically wrong, though understandable since you`ve never played it. You don`t have to reference everything from a book (players know the rules) and very little of it is on paper. Most of it is in your mind. So it isn`t simple or slow.

It`s similar in one way to reading a book - people who don`t do it by choice (or who lack either the intellect or the imagination to do it) often think it`s boring.

Although it`s more like acting in a play that is partly improvised as you perform it than it`s like reading a book.

Maybe you`d find it lacking in fun anyway, but it isn`t what you think it is.

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Female 846
people still play d&d?
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Female 864
My fiance plays D&D every second Sat. and has for years .I have never played but they always sound like they are having fun because all I hear is laughing .
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Male 3,425
D&D isn`t that great, I can`t see why it`s so popular. Warhammer 40K is far better.
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Male 535
Sadly, shortly after this picture was taken, all four of them went home to their mom`s house, locked their door, booted up the internet and "touched their own magic."
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Male 10,440
[quote] i wonder how many people threw garbage at them? [/quote]

That would be assault.

Anyway... I`ve never played D&D. It doesn`t seem that fun. I mean, you`ve got to reference everything from a book. Everything is essentially on paper. Too slow and simple to be fun.

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Female 2,509
i`m so ashamed...
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Male 7,619
i wonder how many people threw garbage at them?
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Male 76
touch the magic is sumthing sumone says when no one touches their magic.
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Female 1,190
ohhh man :/
there was a card shop next to the driving school i had to go to and it was chop fulla kids like this lol
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Male 20,304
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