Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Which Monster Would You...

...take to dinner?  Weird question?  Sure, but we all sorta are so this question should not surprise anyone.  Ivy and I were yapping over some cold pizza, bad wings and ice tea about her cooking new things over the vacation.  So I poised the question to her (which will be a blog on her site) which chef person would you like to go over to their house and have dinner.  To me its a no brainer, Nigella Lawson.  Cause even if the food isn't too my liking I am still going to have a good time.

The gamer version I ask to you folks, is which monster, god, demon lord or famous NPC from your gaming world would you like to have dinner with and why?

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  1. I don't know, but they'd have to be gracious and have the ability to grant wishes. ;)

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  2. Monster or Chef, I'll take Gordon Ramsey. If he's in a drinking mood I know it will be a good time (and I need to work on thickening my skin anyway).

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  3. A friendly goblin. Or maybe Gollum.

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  4. That's a good question too, but you're really distracting me from cleaning. And I stepped in doogy doo again.

    As I type this, Tim is trying to run my feet over with the Dyson, telling me he's got cleaning to do.

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  5. Volo. If he doesn't know the best place to eat and drink, no one does!

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  6. Vampirella.....I've been thinking about food and immortality.

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  7. That's a difficult one, but probably a hot elf chick... ;)

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  8. I'd have to go with the most 'orrible monster I know, Fran, The Angry Lurker. He's one hell of a moody git but makes a mean plate of creamy garlic, artery clogging pasta!!!

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  9. Well, definitely not Cookie Monster, because, you know, he'd eat all the cookies.

    I'm thinking Azathoth because I dig flute music and I'm just a bad day and a cold lunch away from losing my sanity anyway.

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  10. Drizzt Do'Urden! Oh, the stories he could tell... I could listen to him share tales for the lifespan of an elf!

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  11. If we're talking fantasy worlds from novels, I'd have to say Beorn from The Hobbit.

    From an OSR game environment, a mixed group of sylvan creatures on an early summer's evening in wooded glade with a bright full moon.

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  12. Invisible Christopher Walken, We could each chow down on a bag of triscuits.

    Or maybe Malcanthet, she seems like she would be good company for an evening.

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  13. I'd take the Frumious Bandersnatch from Larry Niven's "Known Space". Not only is it very edible, but it is also good at conversation and provides a fun chase.

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