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Author Topic:   Learning the Dark Arts (D&D style)
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07-20-2006 9:03 AM

Does anyone here think that playing a game like D&D is a bad thing?
I've just had the pleasure of visiting this site: Chick Cartoon Gospel Tracts Make Witnessing So Easy!
There was an artical implieing that D&D was:
William Schnoebelen writes:
(D&D) is essentially a feeding program for occultism and witchcraft.
Now, I don't know about anyone here who has played the game (if any), but I for one have played D&D for the best part of 20 years and still concider occultism and withcraft to be in the same boat as any other belief in the supernatural.
My queston to people who have played D&D (or any other fantasy RPG) is this:
Has playing the game changed your position on the likelyhood of the world having a supernatural component?
In this case a dark evil one.
Or: Have you learnt any real magic?
Coffee House please.
Edited by Larni, : No reason given.

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07-22-2006 6:03 PM

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