How To Incorporate D&D Into Your Resume
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MBTI and D&D Alignments
Put your MBTI type and your alignment! (You can take it here: http://www.wizards.com/default.asp?x=dnd%2Fdnd%2F20001222b) I’ll start: ISFJ - Lawful Neutral
"I’m just not sure I’m ready to commit to an angry mob this early in the morning."
Rogue: (to DM) “That actually happened, right? There wasn’t anything weird in that food at that tavern?” DM: “It did indeed happen. Your half-orc barbarian managed to diplomacy-check the party out of a fight.”
“Hi, we’re with the evil mysterious cult.”
“Does falling in love count as a free action?”
“He fought like he lived… Full of spears.”
“Dear St. Cuthbert, You would not believe the shit I just put up with.”
Druid: Hey, what color is goblin blood? DM: Uh, red probably Warlock: Yeah it’s definitely red, ‘cause they have hemogoblin
So…Why did we hire the bear again?
“Furry isn’t an alignment.”
“People never really listen, they just wait for their turn to speak.”
"The T-rex bites you and picks you up. You are hanging from its tooth unconscious." "Are my bagpipes ok?" "Well, what was in your pack? He pretty much bisected it." "Ten pounds of caltrops." *several increasingly frantic dice rolls and one resigned sigh later* "The t-rex is dead."
DM: The Dragon awakens. Rogue: Yes, hello! This crafty mage here was trying to abscond with all your gold and I am trying to bring it back to you, which is why I’m the one holding it.