“The game indicates a weak personality.”

Yeah? Tell me something I didn’t know…

Israeli Army frowns on Dungeons and Dragons

A security official tells Ynetnews there are specific criteria for deciding the level of a soldier’s security clearance.

“One of the tests we do, either by asking soldiers directly or through information provided us, is to ask whether they take part in the game,” he says. “If a soldier answers in the affirmative, he is sent to a professional for an evaluation, usually a psychologist.”

But the good news is that you get to make your saving throw versus mental attacks at a +1.

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5 Responses to “The game indicates a weak personality.”

  1. Ric The Schmuck says:

    I can’t think of an appropriate response.


  2. Scott says:

    And yet D&D is wildly popular in our military, particularly in the navy. Friends of mine from years ago would tell me stories of dozens of regular games at all hours on their ship, due to odd shifts.

  3. Linkmeister says:

    Must have been after my time in the Navy. We all played bridge. (Yeah, right.)

  4. MCF says:

    You know, if Tiamat ever rears her ugly heads, these guys are going to be sorry the guys who would know what to do are on therapist’s couches.

  5. brandelion says:

    oh, well, phooey.
    have you seen The Spongebob Movie, yet?

    in it is a moral lesson: you are who you are.

    even if you’re a Goofy Goober, Yeah.

    *heavens bless the saintly soul of Spongebob*

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