The don’t write them like this anymore

Tell me where this quote comes from

“He has had a special suit of platemail forged that allows the molestation of females without its removal”

…and no its not Beavis and Butthead do D&D 😉

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9 Responses to The don’t write them like this anymore

  1. I don’t know, but I’m certain I’ve read that before somewhere, many, many years ago.

  2. Shane Mangus says:

    Not sure of the book, but my best guess is that it is referring to Henry VIII… am I even close? 😛

  3. scottsz says:

    That is from a White Dwarf scenario… I can’t remember which one.

    Lichway? Grakt’s Crag? Halls of Tizun Thane?

  4. Blackwater Mercenary Employee Manual

  5. Jack Colby says:

    Inspired by the movie Excalibur I suppose?

  6. Simon Dale says:

    Pool of the Standing Stones. From Best of WD Scenarios. Yikes, the rest of the entry doesn’t improve the situation. “In the fur-draped four poster bed
    against the W. wall with one of the village maidens (unless forewarned
    by the guards from 4 & 5) is the cleric:”

  7. Nathan Baron says:

    It’s not from the carnal and erotic D&D manual is it?

  8. Dave says:

    Yikes! And we wondered why there were so few female players?

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