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D&D Sunday Morning Quiz – In The Media

Written by Eric - Published on July 19, 2009

Eric is Dungeon Mastering's quiz writer and coder. He also runs the RPG forums Roleplay Gateway. And it goes without saying the Eric is enamored with red dragons.

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Eric is Dungeon Mastering's quiz writer and coder. He also runs the RPG forums Roleplay Gateway. And it goes without saying the Eric is enamored with red dragons.

 

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11 Responses to “D&D Sunday Morning Quiz – In The Media”
  1. Yax says:

    I scored 80% and the A.I. gave me a -9 penalty. Maybe it’s because I run a D&D website and I should know these things…

  2. Dave says:

    Not sure that number 7 should count, since the language in question is Tolkien’s Elven, not anything related to D&D (except as it became so subsequently) …

  3. Emil says:

    8-bit Theater didn’t create that parody (question 6). It was the Dead Alewives, 8-bit Theater merely made one (of many) videos for it.

  4. Harvester says:

    I am blaming the fact I’m not an American on my poor showing or that I was a wee child in the early 80’s………..boo hoo…… sigh

  5. NCallahan says:

    Look, I feel I should be *given* points for not retaining information about Wrath of the Dragon God. It shows both taste and strong moral character on my part.

  6. Harvester says:

    On the upside of my 50% score I have just spent the morning googling and watching 8 bit theatre – dead ale wives – CTRL-ALT-DEL and relates links……….thanks Eric!

  7. SteveK says:

    60%!!! I feel smarter already!

  8. LoneWolf says:

    I guess I didn’t do to bad reading some of the other comments (lol). I scored 70% on it. he one that got me was about the movie. I didn’t think any of them would have been 7th level considering how weak they appeared.

  9. Taellosse says:

    I feel compelled to say that I’m pretty sure the Elven language taught around the world predates Dungeons and Dragons–it was developed by JRR Tolkien (one of several languages he developed for Middle Earth, actually). So, strictly speaking, it’s got nothing to do with D&D except insofar as D&D is loosely inspired by the creator of said language.

  10. MageMirin says:

    Your score: 100%
    Your A.I. modifier +9
    YOUR FINAL SCORE:109%
    Good work! You must be like the CIA of Dungeons and Dragons!

    Yea… I spend way too much time reading random gaming trivia…

  11. Andrew French says:

    Questions 6 and 7 were a bit…well…wrong, as other folk here have already suggested.

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