This book examines a source of much mystery and consternation to your average role-player, The Female Gamer and the female of the species in general. The only culture present here should be examined under a slide and given a long Latin name before being exterminated with penicillin. None of this should be taken as offensive, though it probably will be. If you cannot see that we are also taking the Mickey out of male gamers as much, if not more, than gamers of the female persuasion then you need a humour transplant and a kick up your pert, well rounded, tightly chain mail clad arse. Please accept that most gamers do not have issues with women - they have a subscription, a complete collection from issue one and fancy binders to keep them in. Female gamers are a completely unknown quantity to the vast and overwhelming majority of gamers, though matters have been ever so slowly changing in that regard. As these creatures become more populous in the gaming fraternity it behooves the male gamer to at least make an attempt understand this creature and to make preparations for their increasing invasion. It would not do to be caught unawares by any new creature or trap and every adventurer's motto should be 'Be prepared', rather than 'Experience points! Chaaaaaarge!'Skip Williams, based on original material by E. Gary Gygax and Dave Ameson. ... anda#39;or by returning the Confirmation Card as presented in the file aquot;card.pdf, aquot; the Licensee (aquot;Youaquot;) accept to be bound by the following terms and conditions: 1 .
|Title||:||The Slayer's Guide to Female Gamers|
|Author||:||James Desborough, Brent Chumley|
|Publisher||:||Mongoose Pub - 2003-09-02|