Steve: Ogremoch (Prince of Evil Poops)
Zack: Yeah, we had a contest at White Dwarf. Send us the best monster a baby could come up with. A little poopy baby. Send us poopy baby's monsters.
Steve: Atlas Shrugged Man and that giant tapeworm are forming a gang with Ogremoch.
Zack: They'd better watch out or that caveman and his wolf are going to get them!
Steve: I have gotta admit, I love D&D but this guy sort of sucks.
Zack: Sort of? Look at that fucking thing and tell me that isn't contempt for the people buying the book. They might as well draw a smiley face and give it a thousand hit points and call it Tough Battler, King of the Evil Attackers.
Steve: I think Keith used Tough Battler in one of his campaigns.
Zack: He does infinity d8s in damage.
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