I'm sad I can't make out their character sheets and harshly judge their choices.
Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief, gosh that brings back some memories haha.
these kids helped T.J Detwiler when he broke his arm
I loved indoor recess when I was a kid. Stratego was my shit. Haven't played in years now, can't even remember how it worked at this point.
Proceed to spend the next 3 months playing the same campaign during all recesses. (Real word)
Anyone else happy that the lightning thief is still popping
"No, it's my favorite fantasy-talking, level-counting, statistics and graph paper-involving game of all time: Dungeons, Dungeons, and More Dungeons! You wanna play it with me?" -Dipper
"The rules are simple. First, you roll a 38-sided die to determine the level of each player's statistical analysis poweroid. These orbs relate directly to the amount of quadrants that your team has dominion over, which is inverse to the anti-quadrants in your quadrant satchel." -Dipper
"This is like Homework: The Game." -Mabel
I’m 31 years old, and I wish this was me!!
In my county system, regardless of what you're doing with them, they would confiscate the dice specifically
complain? I used to complain about being forced outside into the cold.
Man I'm not even that old and I wish I could have done that in school, if you didn't get shit from the teachers you certaintly would have from the other kids!
Beat them if they spend more than 2 minutes crunching numbers. We need more roleplay and less roll-play.
When I was at school I had to spend a week at a different one (while I was transferring from one to another), there were some kids who played skyrim DnD every break in the library. Interestingly they all started with 1 daedric item each, but it could only be used every so number of turns, I thought that was a neat idea.
Probably not gonna have enough time to complete the game