Tuesday, October 2, 2012

I have to confess, I'm tempted

Admittedly, I'm no longer in the D.C. metro area, so my temptation status is purely academic. However. who among us would not entertain this notion, even if only for a moment?
Woman DM needed for D&D based Adult Bachelor Party (Pringe George's County, MD)

Looking for a woman with Dungeon Master experience in Dungeons and Dragons (specifically 3.0 or 3.5 editions) to run a game. The event is for a Bachelor Party and the "future husband to be" would prefer if the DM could be topless. With that said, I ensure you that nothing else is expect of you other than an exciting adventure.

Oh come on. You're totally thinking about it right now.


  1. I must say, I will be thinking about you in that role until I wake up tomorrow! Yowza!

  2. Topless D&D has a strange way of captivating the attention... but wouldn't the DM screen kind of get in the way of some of the, um, "entertainment"...?

  3. Maybe for most people, but I'm always standing when I DM. It helps with the nervous energy and allows me to pace, which is always conducive to thinking. 

  4. Damn. My buddy's geeky bachelor party weekend was this past weekend.

    Of course, we ended up playing Fiasco instead of DnD, but...

  5. I've played in a couple 18+ LARPs and every time breasts were revealed 99% of the men-folk are totally hosed. I'd imagine the DM's exposition would be ignored even more when topless as well.

  6.  You need a monocle. And a hat. It would make the pacing much more amusing for your players.

  7. I already have thick nerdy-girl glasses. A monocle would just be redundant. 

  8. And here I am going.  Huh, wonder why they went with 3rd and 3.5 Ed?

  9. Because 4e is a miniatures game with RPG flavoring, and they probably never converted over to Pathfinder. 

  10. Topless, pacing Palette DM with nerd-girl glasses.

    I'll be in my bunk.


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