Gen Con 2017 We are excited to be able to go to Gen Con this year August 17-20th! It is extra special as Gen Con is having its 50th year anniversary. Gen Con is the longest running and one of the biggest board game convention around with over 170,000 attendees. We are going to be[…]
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Transcript Wizard: Barbarian, next time you get something like this, think bigger! Don’t just get a single sandwich. Narrator: Later… Djinn: I’m a djinn. For freeing me I’ll grant you a wish! Barbarian: Cool. I wish for two sandwiches!
Transcript Wizard: Hey maybe it was a monkey’s paw. So whatever you wished for would have gone horribly wrong…and making a wish for a sandwich somehow saved you? Barbarian: Now that you mention it, it didn’t have mayonnaise spread on both sides of the bread. Bard: Heard what happened. Barbarian is an idiot.
Transcript Wizard: You mean to tell me you got a wish and all you got was a sandwich? Barbarian: Yep. Wizard: Out of all things you could have wished for–power, riches, magical weapons–and you got a sandwich?! What do you have to say for yourself? Barbarian: Best sandwich ever!
Transcript Djinn: Are you sure you want to use your only wish for a sandwich? Barbarian: I sure am hungry. Can you make it with four kinds of meat? Narrator: POOF Barbarian: Best sandwich ever!
Transcript Barbarian: Whoa! Who are you? Djinn: I’m a Djinn. For freeing me I’ll grant you one wish. Djinn: You can wish for just about anything: permanent stat increase, bonus abilities, extra feat–let your imagination soar. Barbarian: Hmmm. I wish for a sandwich.
Transcript Wizard: Players are so unpredictable. So how do you keep the plot on track? GM: Simple really. I provide choices that have all outcomes I want. Sometimes I give two choices that in reality share the same outcome. Choice is an illusion. Wizard: Wow. Rather not have known that.
Transcript Barbarian: Shouldn’t it be Hack & Slash? Dwarf: That’s the whole point. You reverse the words and get something new. Barbarian: Oh ok. Anyone want to play Dragons & Dungeons. Dwarf: I see what you did there.
Transcript Wizard: Cool, horses! Let’s ride them. Narrator: Later… Wizard: On second thought, not so cool. Bard: This is the problem riding horses as a plastic figure. Dwarf: Figures.