Youtube re-enactment of Jurassic Park
: these saboteurs were so excited to see if they could
make D&D more accessible that they didnât stop to think if they should
I mean, how many fun, easy-to-play RPGs are out there? Lots. Thatâs why video games were inventedâ¦to roll dice behind the scenes while our various anime characters shoot things with swords somehow.
But how many, dense, torturous analog RPGs--where your life and death can hinge on any number of obscure modifiers hidden in any number of monolithic tomes large enough to crush a manâs skull--are sitting on the shelves?
Dungeons and f*****g Dragons
. And now youâve ruined it.
I ask you, where are we
to go? We
, the people who play because thereâs nothing sweeter than flipping through a book for five minutes to prove that our Halflingâs Alertness feat counteracts the 16 move silently check from the Undead Priest.
, the people who live for the opportunity to hunt through the Monster Manual
to find out whether Delvers travel alone or in pairs, and if they're intelligent enough to be mindlinked. You know, so you can gain its vast knowledge of dungeoneering.
, the people who make scrupulous notes about every crossbow bolt the enemies fire, and force the DM to roll every time to see if they break (taking into account the hardness of the surface being struck).