IT’S well known that Dungeons and Dragons is incredibly attractive to women. Here tabletop gaming enthusiast Tom Booker explains the appeal and how to cope with all the sex.
The awesome character names
Women can’t fail to be be impressed by you pretending to be a Goliath called ‘Voltmir Bloodfist Woundmaker’, or a skilled elven bowman named ‘Logomir the Hawk’. When you start describing your fantasy character to a lady in detail, make sure you’ve bought plenty of condoms.
Your D&D status symbols
Forget BMWs and huge salaries – the real status symbols women go for are oddly shaped dice and a huge collection of little metal dwarves, orcs and dragons. When a lady sees your special chrome-plated D20s she’s guaranteed to be thinking ‘This is the kind of successful guy I want to have kids with’.
Impress with your legendary kills
Describing your conquests in imaginary fantasy combat is a lot like foreplay for women. Have you hacked the tentacles from a Kraken in the sunken depths of T’kah? Slain an ancient golden dragon? Just mentioning these fictional achievements means you’re in for a wild night, so don’t sheathe your ‘magic sword’ just yet.
Become a Dungeon Master
The Dungeon Master is the most desirable person at the table, so girls will be falling at your feet as if you’re the Harry Styles of the Forgotten Realms. My advice is to not wear Lynx Africa while supervising a game of D&D, or you may be overwhelmed by hordes of insanely beautiful women, like in the advert, but more of them.
D&D players lead a life women want to be a part of. Mention you’re attending Comic-Con or own lots of ‘collectable’ fantasy figures and you’ll be leaving nightclubs with several models every night like Leonardo DiCaprio. Not everyone can take the pace, but that’s the glamorous world of D&D for you.