This was the plot of Luther, a fictional television program. Must try harder to differentiate between fiction and reality.Someone1435687 wrote:Actually, there have been cases of people murdering other people following the rules of a RPG. The difference is that the RPG wasn't D&D, but a self-made one. So, there's a nonzero chance that a mental moron will kill someone after having played too much RPGs, though that chance is lower than, say, people killing each other over a game, videogame, or the TV controller.
Blame Quintushalls for this.
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But Mazes and Monsters was based on a true story, right?*Salacious Schoolmate wrote:This was the plot of Luther, a fictional television program. Must try harder to differentiate between fiction and reality.
*or at least some really poorly researched and erroneous newspaper articles based on a wacky hypothesis concocted by a private investigator.
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