Zack: This setting is the worst. None of these items on the timeline have anything to do with any of the other items.
Steve: I think it means they found dwarves on a giant communist spaceship.
Zack: Oh remember those halcyon days of 371, when the Mage Warrior Deneb created those time control spells. Remembering back to then I can almost forget the Neria Bendix attack on the Worldship.
Steve: I wish I had a time control spell to go back to high five the crap out of Raven c.s. McCracken.
Zack: This is the world map as far as I can tell. Which is also called the "Worldship" to explain why there are cyborg androids giving massages to dragon ninjas.
Steve: Arr, the Mountain Isles life, it be a craggy existence.Zack: It seems like in a universe where real people can be elevated to being gods you would not name geographical features "gods" anything to avoid confusion.
Steve: In cinnabarfs nothing is as it seems.
Zack: Maybe that says "GOOS TEETH."
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'We’re going to be in trouble!' Little Sister wailed, clutching her favorite book to her chest and sobbing. 'This isn’t fun like a story anymore!' But Big Sister was not listening, she was thinking. She grabbed Little Sister’s book from her and ran into town, yelling 'Help! A book made me and my sister hurt someone!'
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.