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
They'll be taking a few liberties with the rules.
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Did You Know?
In the dungeon, a sign on a door the characters pass through that Sir Osric removes (apparently due to it being a trap) has letters in stencil form that say "Long Live Gygax," a reference to the author and originator (Gary Gygax) of the original Dungeons and Dragons game. See more
The party is playing D&D 3rd edition and Leo/Flynn mentions he has 20 ranks in seduction. However, at 9th level 13 ranks would be the max. See more
Only in concealing one's identity, can one truly be known.
Outtake are shown during the credits. After the credits there is an outtake of Sir Osric challenging a ninja zombie outside the tavern. See more
References The Gamers