“Fear of Girls” is a hilarious, ongoing webseries about two gamers that probably fulfill every single silly stereotype. The series isn’t as great as my all-time favorite “The Gamers“, but no roleplaying game fan shall miss it!
In Episode III Doug and Raymond are back and this time they launch their own roleplaying game …
The Dead Alewives were a comedy troupe from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Although the troupe stopped performing in the late 1990’s they will always be recognized by roleplaying game fans all over the world for their “Dungeon and Dragons” sketch.
After a dangerous and exhausting trip to the dark and cold depths of the internet I was able to unearth two precious audio files for you to listen to:
I don’t know if you guys can laugh about gamer stereotypes. I know I can. Everytime I watch the awesome movie “The Gamers” I am literally rolling on the floor laughing. Another pretty funny short movie about fantasy roleplayers is “Fear of Girls”.
And by the way, do American gamers really use “boo-yah” when rolling a natural 20?
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