Steve: Selkies are classic dude. They're like real mythology or something.
Zack: I'm beginning to get the feeling about a fourth of D&D monsters are shapeshifters designed to trick people into having sex with something scary or gross.
Steve: It's not like the Selkie Crying Games you though dude. She's all hot and makes a move and then after you do it she turns into a seal.
Zack: You're basically doing it with an animal if you have a baby with this thing. It's a seal.
Steve: Uh, no, it's a shapeshifter, which is its own category.Zack: "Arrr, I be married to the seal."
Steve: I can't agree with your logic, but having been on the receiving end of many a trick lady in D&D, I will agree with your basic premise. D&D is very hard on true romantics like me.
They told us to stop playing videogames on a school night. If only we'd ignored them.
As a vicious predator, I find that I have a constant, overwhelming urge to lick apples out of a huge block of ice. It's only, natural, right?
Zack Parsons, Steve "Malak" Sumner, and friends tackle bizarre role playing game products that make them wonder, "What the fuck!?" From the early days of Gygax to contemporary role playing games, none will be spared.