A reflection of fantasy via role-playing characters with pre-determined traits, designated by statistical models, using polygonal dice to randomize the outcome of probable events.
I found D&D impoved my math skills between the second and third grade.
by Fuck Face June 21, 2003
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An ingenious game created by a very smart guy. Contrary to belief, I have never, ever met anyone who attempted to cast a real spell, which is impossible in real life. Which is why I play the game. It's fun.
I am lucky. I enjoy pussy, unlike some wiggers who think D&D people are geeks, and D&D. They are both pretty awsome.
by OrbX9 January 28, 2004
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A game that actually requires a mild amount of intelligence to play. Those who rag on it or find it fun to make fun of those who play it. Are hardly more then fags who think it makes them look cool for making fun of a game that has been around for a while, and has still withstood all the negative publicity given to it by uptight religious fanatics that think a game can actually make people go off and do insane things. So, shut the fuck up you whiny bitches, DnD is here to stay regardless of what you say!
"Hell yeah I Play D&D!"
by Xeb September 06, 2003
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A pen and paper game played by those with an open mind and active imagination while scorned by those who are incompetant.
Pass me the cheetos so we can get some hardcore D&D goin on up in here.
by -Drakken August 23, 2003
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I say again, an excellent role-playing game. Slightly modified, it is also an excellent training program for negotiators, generals, hostage rescue units, rescue units, crisis units, the police, and the army, not to mention any other job that requires patience, intelligence, and a bit of luck.
Every fucking game in existence is based on D&D! Where else could they have possibly gotten the idea of character statistics, Duke Nukem jokes, real-life situations, army games, diablo, and rpg games(including mmorpg's)?
by Detranova July 29, 2003
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best Table Top Pencil Paper RPG ever. yea...thats right...yup believe all those stereotyps out there...not....D&D goddamn kicks ASS...the one that started it all
PC1:I cast a Spell
DM:why are you casting a spell? theres nothing to attack..
PC1:I'm..I'm attacking the Darkness!
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Short for Dungeons & Dragons. A game associated with nerds & people with no life. Although it is a sad truth that those types of peepz actually play this game, hella cool peepz who have a big imagination and an IQ over 100 also play for fun. D&D can be found spoken of among artist, writers, and gamers as well.

Dungeons & Dragons goes as far back as the 80s where it was based off written literature works such as The Hobbit & Lord of the Rings. D&D is a story-telling game where you create characters and decide their actions in a story run by one of your friends--who know the rules of course. The success of your actions (for example: I wanna fight that orc. I wanna stab his bitch-ass in the nuts!) depend on the roll of unique dice and the story-teller of the game.

These dice are unique because they come as 4-sided, 6-sided, 8-sided, 12-sided, 20-sided, and even 100-sided dice.

D&D was once (actually in some places it still is) shunned by religious high-rollers who said it was Satanic These being the same losers said Harry Potter was the same way because it involved witchcraft & sorcery...OOOOOOOOO scary!!! Fuckin morons! This was in part of hearing some stories by D&D players an storytellers that had monsters, demons, magic, sacrifices, and witchcraft in their adventure. Well, it is a fantasy game, DUMB-ASSES! Yes some people did commit stupid shit that was inspired by a game of D&D but that doesn't brand everyone who likes to play as psychotics.
There are--as far as the date of this entry goes--three editions of the Dungeons & Dragons game.

The necessary products needed to start a D&D game are:

4) D&D Dice (also called GEMSTONES because they look like multi-colored gems).

by Joshiro007 February 21, 2003
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