Does this mean that by playing D&D I'm close to being a member of a church? Or are believers just table-top rpg players that take it one step too far?
I think they're table toppers who have taken their core rulebooks a bit too literally.
This has got to be the funniest, most creative, most insightful thing I've read in a while. I miss playing D&D so much but I don't miss church at all. Funny how #10 makes all the difference in the world.
Me too. I think I need to add a disclaimer that I'm not making fun of D&D people - I did it for a long time myself.
Hey Jeffrey,Concerning the idea of a disclaimer...A buddy of mine was giving me crap the other day concerning one of my posts. He said I didn't need to notify the readers that what I had written was a joke and that I need to trust the audience. In retrospect, he was right. If someone doesn't get the joke (and there will always be people who don't satire) a wee bit of controversy doesn't hurt a blog.
@ Andy,I suppose that would kind of ruin the point. And actually this is only partly in jest. I really don't see that much difference between the two.
Hey guys,I've never played D&D, but it does sound like fun. I have gone to church (CAtholic) and that was not fun. Entertaining post "J"Kriss
Very much enjoyed. I presume the defining characteristic between church and D&D is no. 2; you'd be surprised how many D&Ders subscribe to 10!