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NewJeffCT Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Aug-10-07 12:29 PM
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7. The sad part is...
Edited on Fri Aug-10-07 12:41 PM by NewJeffCT
I know some gamers like that.

DM: (to summarize)From what you gather, the town you grew up in is about to be over-run by a marauding horde of orcs & goblins.

My Player: We must evacuate the young and make our stand behind at the Lord Prentiss' manorhouse - the walls will offer us protection, and maybe we can convince his private guards to help us. We can buy time for the young and the weak.

Other Player: Let's leave this town and go to the city so we can get cool stuff.

Another Player: I hate 3rd edition, 1st Edition was the only real D&D because the rules are perfect.

(I'm not joking... and, while I have very fond memories of 1E D&D, I knew at 13 or 14 years old that the rules were far from perfect. I didn't care, though, because that succubus was hot!)
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