Kirin Robinson wrote Old School Hack, a nifty, streamlined, award-winning free version of '80s D&D that, in addition to being played by real people, is also unaccountably popular among desperate lunatics who think that there are no good reasons to play actual '80s D&D.
Kirin also curated Women Fighters In Reasonable armor, a nifty tumblr of pictures of women in fighting gear that, in addition to being a great resource for real people, is also unaccountably popular among desperate lunatics who think that pictures of boobs and boob armor are where sexism comes from.
Every week he completely ruins his reputation by running Rappan Athuk at his house using Basic D&D and running it for us. And then we make fun of the desperate lunatics on the 110 home.
Here's Mandy's instagram feed for today's game...
|Yes, I have mansplained Mandy that this outfit she drew is Not Reasonable. She stubbornly refuses to accept my incisive critique.|
|The dwarf's name is Jam. He's the only person who hasn't died yet.|
|P.S. That's a piece of broccoli|
Mandy: "In high school I knew this guy who had this whole room in the basement completely taken up by this huge warhammer table, I considered fucking him just so I could play."
Me: "That is the only time that sentence has ever been uttered in the entire history of time."
"Well, I didn't. He was old. My friend did, though, they were cousins."
"Oh, it just got dark. Why does it always have to get dark?"
"Well it was an accident, they..."
"THAT DOESN'T MAKE IT BETTER."
"...they were just really drunk and..."
Point is Mandy really likes Warhammer...