This morning my girlfriend alerted me to this post on Craigslist Buenos Aires:
It would be really easy to go on a little rant here about foreign residents desperately trying to recreate the comforts of home while soaking up an international lifestyle; however, I am going to skip the condescending "trying to have your cake and eat it too" critique for two main reasons:
D&D in Buenos Aires, in English!I am trying to find some cool people in Buenos Aires, to play together D&D RPGames!!
we'd play in English, or maybe Spanish, or both, depending on who's coming! obviously, we'd need to be 4-5 players at least! the idea is playing each Friday night, during winter, here in Buenos Aires...
so, if any hardcore, or beginner, Dungeon-and-Dragon player is interested, please reply, we'll try our best to start a campaign soon!:)
1. I am totally guilty of doing the same thing, albeit not with D & D.
2. I am kind of impressed by this guy.
Seriously, this dude loves Dungeons & Dragons so much that he needs to play it in Buenos Aires. Living in the cultural capital of Latin America is not quite enough; he wants to launch a "campaign" and kick some wizard/troll/whatever ass.
How do you say "hit points" or "eight-sided die" in Spanish?