Now Accepting Applications For Membership!

The Badass Dungeon Crushers Association!

The BDCA is an international organization of hardcore gaming enthusiasts dedicated to excellence in role-playing games.

If you’re looking for Gamers who share your interest in role-playing games, and if you want to know how to game like an ULTIMATE BADASS, join the BDCA Network.

It was created for just a few ELITE gamers. Do you have what it takes to join our illustrious ranks? Take our simple 10-step quiz and find out if you qualify!

 

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15 Responses to Now Accepting Applications For Membership!

  1. Louis says:

    I laughed so fucking hard at this quiz.

  2. ClemLOR says:

    Awesome Uber-Elite!
    *waiting for the three magic words …*

  3. Johnn Four says:

    I laughed so hard 3d4 came out my nose.

    love it!

  4. Max Black says:

    Pure Awesomesauce.

  5. Shawn McNulty says:

    @Johnn — that sounds painful

  6. Metalcoin says:

    Quizzes are for hollow-boned weaklings who wouldn’t know a trident from a fork. The only question I need answered is “where am I in the initiative order?”.

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  11. Badass Bubba Downs says:

    This test is awesomesauce on a platter.

  12. Eddie says:

    Truly one of the great things on the web. when i told my players you were the inspiration behind my DM skills…their exact words, “Oh God…”. priceless.

  13. bob says:

    The fun thing about playing a bard is you get to totally annoy not only the players at your table but the players/dms at nearby tables.
    In an attempt to inspire the bard can break out in song replaying the last five minutes of battle. Elaborating on each hit/miss from both the players and the NPCs. The effect of a Barfs tale is all that can hear/perceive the performance. The trick is to make sure you sing/tale your tales with the volume up to 11 so that the entire room can perceive your performance. *note; songs sung to the theme from Gilligan’s Island will result in physical pain to both the player and the character.

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