All Lodge wants is for his gaming group to finish their adventure. Unfortunately, they're more interested in seducing barmaids, mooning their enemies, and setting random villagers on fire. Desperate to rein in his players, Lodge injects two newbies into the distrust: a non-player character controlled by Lodge, who the power gamers immediately distrust, and the rarest gamer of all -- a girl. Can the group overcome their bickering to save the kingdom, or will the evil necromancer Mort Kemnon triumph unopposed? A parody of fantasy films and the adventure gaming community, The Gamers: Dorkness Rising is a hilarious romp through the world of sword and sorcery -- in this case, a world of exploding peasants, giant house cats, and undead roast turkeys. Game on! Written by
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Did You Know?
Table Top RPG writers Monte Cook and Sean K Reynolds both appear as the characters Bill the Cleric and The Inquisitor respectively. See more
When Flynn the Fine discovers the secret passageway, and loses his arm (that has been severed by the cat), one can see his real hand in the shoulder-hole of his tunic, releasing the fake arm to allow it to fall to the ground. See more
[after donning the Mask of Death, Mort Kemnon easily brushes off the party's attacks
Surely you can do better.
As you wish.
[Brother Silence suddenly pulls out a shotgun and cocks it
What the fu-!
It's from the trunk.
Sir Not Appearing In This Film - Gluk the Third (A Monty Python reference) See more
Followed by The Gamers: Hands of Fate