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Originally posted by skalla
You do realise that you are putting your immortal soul in danger by playing that creation of Beelzebub???
run for your lives!edit on 10-7-2013 by skalla because: smegging typo
Hilarious D&D Chick Tractedit on 10-7-2013 by skalla because: linky
Deaths: "12-year-old Colorado boy murdered his 16-year-old brother and then killed himself.
"Two 17-year-olds (boy & girl) killed themselves by carbon monoxide poisoning in a Chicago garage.
"17-year-old Texas boy walked onto his drama classroom stage, put a sawed-off shotgun to his head and fired.
"Kansas Eagle scout candidate 14 years old, allegedly walked into his junior high school and opened fire with a rifle, killing the principal and three others."
Dungeons & Dragons is the common thread in these and other tragedies, reports an article in the Australian Federation for Decency Journal.
Thomas Radecki, M.D. (Psychiatrist) University of Illinois has this to say:
"The evidence in these cases is really quite impressive. There is no doubt in my mind that the game Dungeons & Dragons is causing young men to kill themselves and others. .."
Other documented cases:
"17-year-old boy, suicide by gunshot, 1981. Parents saw him summoning D & D demons only moments before.
"16-year-old boy, suicide by gunshot, 1982. Only hours after a D&D curse placed on him in D&D game.
"16-year-old boy, suicide by carbon monoxide poisoning. Satanic writings and suicide note linked death to D&D.
"18-year-old boy, suicide by hanging, 1983. Noted to be possessed by D&D as if living the game.
"16 & 12-year-olds murder, suicide, 1984. Detective report, "No doubt D&D cost them their lives."
THE GAMES THEY TEACH OUR CHILDREN
Playing with conjuring games such as Dungeons and Dragons and Demons can also open people up for possession. Dave, a fifteen year old male, had a demon entity who claimed to come in when he was playing Dungeons and Dragons."
You may dismiss this believing only a small number of people are possessed by demons. Yet this is not the case either. The vast majority of souls on earth have been infiltrated by earthbound or demon spirits due to holes in their aura and a fragmented soul caused by emotional, mental or physical trauma over the course of their many lives on earth.
Our recommendation is that if you do not wish to be possessed by demon spirits that you stay well clear of the Ouija Board or any game that requires you to cast spells and conjure demons. These dark spirits are waiting patiently for the right opportunity to join with new human hosts, and they do this subtly, using a method called "partial possession". This means the demon spirit can gain entry into your soul undetected, and give you the impression that it is a part of your normal fear-based human ego that is already negative in nature. How will you know the difference? You can't, and that is the point.
Dungeons and Dragons and Demon Possession
Most people who play Dungeons and Dragons secretly want to believe in the world of spirit and do not believe playing a board game can in any way harm their soul. Yet this is not the case. In this game, spells are cast and demons are conjured, all in the name of acquiring more power and victory over your gaming opponent. What the majority of people who play this game do not know is whenever they cast spells or conjure up demons they are giving the "green light" for demon spirits to enter their soul.
Article Source: EzineArticles.com...
Originally posted by Murgatroid
As the old saying goes, play with fire, get burnt.
D&D is in fact a form of mind enslavement
The benefits for young kids playing roleplaying games are huge, It helps writing skills, imagination, social interaction and it is fun.
Personally I'd look into pathfinder.
It's what all the D&D Geeks are playing now.