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A Dragon Walks Into a Bar: An RPG Joke Book (The Ultimate RPG Guide Series ) (Hardcover)
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This hilarious collection of over 300 puns, one-liners, and classic jokes dedicated to the fun of RPGs is perfect for you share with your fellow gaming compatriots!
Why don’t dragons like to eat paladins?
They taste lawful.
Laugh out loud at over 300 zingy one-liners and eye-rolling puns with this collection of tabletop-based humor, dedicated to the fun of RPGs like Dungeons and Dragons, Pathfinder, and more!
A Dragon Walks into a Bar gives you hours of funny content that will keep you smiling. Whether you use them as inspiration for your level 20 comedian bard to crack wise during battle or if you just want a giggle in between turns, this book has everything you’ve been looking for.
About the Author
Jef Aldrich is a professional podcaster from San Diego. Along with Jon Taylor, he has been building a podcast brand outside of the big network channels. Jef started entertaining people as a Sea World tour guide and eventually just started being funny for a living on his own. Jef is the coauthor of Düngeonmeister. He is also a cocreator and cohost of the System Mastery podcast with Jon where they review and comment on odd classic RPGs, poking fun at obscure stories and systems while taking the game for a spin.
Jon Taylor is also a professional podcaster from San Diego. He has a degree in English Literature from UC Santa Cruz. He spent several years as a stand-up comic on the East Coast before moving back to Southern California. Jon is the coauthor of Düngeonmeister. Jon is also a cocreator and cohost of the System Mastery podcast with Jef Aldrich where they review and comment on odd classic RPGs, poking fun at obscure stories and systems while taking the game for a spin.
“Guaranteed to make you laugh.”
—Geek And Sundry
“Just so clever.”
“A great gift.”
“A fun book.”
—The Gaming Buddha
—Bell of Lost Souls
“Hilarious, entertaining, and sometimes ridiculous.”
—Geeks of Doom