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Dungeons & Dragons T-Shirt Giveaway via T-Shirts.com

D&D T-Shirt

If you have been a tabletop gamer for a while, its pretty likely that you have played Dungeons & Dragons, or at least been around it. Whether you escaped with a great die roll or a fumble of the DM’s plots, Dungeons & Dragons has always provided some of the best stories in tabletop gaming. Our friends over at TShirts.com share in our enthusiasm for this great gaming staple. We are happy to announce that we have come together to provide something special four our readers.

From now until Friday March 21st, you have a chance to win an exclusive Dungeons & Dragons t-shirt from T-Shirts.com. Who doesn’t like free t-shirts? All you have to do is read and answer the question that we have posted at the bottom of this article. The winner will be announced on our Facebook page, as well as on this article.

This t-shirt comes in Small, Large, and Extra Large, and is 100% cotton. Please note that this giveaway is open to US residents only. The winner will be contacted via a reply to their comment on this page, where we will follow up with an email for further instructions on receiving your loot.

We’re happy to partner with TShirts.com to do this awesome giveaway.

Now, here is what you must answer:

Tell us your most memorable D&D experience/moment, and why you should win this shirt!


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8 Comments on “Dungeons & Dragons T-Shirt Giveaway via T-Shirts.com”

  1. Anthony Lanman February 25, 2014 at 9:36 PM #

    So it was around 12 years ago – I was playing 3.5 with some friends in college. My character was a Drow Necromancer, and our DM for some reason had us roll for talents randomly. I got stuck with several dubious talents, including painting. I said, “What the hell am I going to do with painting!?” So we go through several sessions – of course I never get to use my awesome painting skill – until we happened upon a group of angry minotaurs. Our party dispatched them with out much trouble, and as we were getting ready to move on, I had a brilliant idea. I told the DM that I was taking a minotaur’s head back to town. He said, “Umm, ok – why?” I told him that I was going to boil the head until I had a skull, then I was going to use my PAINTING skill to paint a bunch of cool looking runes all over it, and that I was going to use it as a helmet. He kind of looked at me, not knowing how to respond. He finally said, “Ok, but it won’t give you any bonuses and minotaurs will get really angry if they see you wearing it.” I said, “I don’t care – I’m using this skill, damnit.”

    Years later I had a Wizards of the Coast artist recreate this character wearing the skull helmet at Gen Con.

    • Shoe February 26, 2014 at 12:29 PM #

      In college, I was finally a player in a game (usually being the GM). I had a Rogue who, as one of his tricks, threw clay pots full of onion juice and ground black pepper at enemies to try and blind them.

      One night, me and the wizard were discussing assassinating a 10th level necromancer (we were level 2 I think) right outside his bedchamber. He woke up and came in looking at us…i, without pausing (according to my friends) said “Hi…….Onion?” and offered him the GM (in character) an onion from my pack.

      The entire room roared with laughter from my delivery of such a stupid way to try not to look guilty.

    • Kae March 23, 2014 at 5:57 PM #

      Congratulations Anthony, you are our winner!

      • Anthony Lanman March 23, 2014 at 7:26 PM #


  2. Random February 27, 2014 at 1:24 PM #

    I was a first-level elven bard that was sent on a quest to save a possessed maiden. I defeated the gnolls and wizard (with NPC help) guarding the sleeping maiden and thought kissing her would wake her.

    It turns out, the maiden was truly a demon and the leader of the group. I kissed “her”…turned into a maiden myself and my possessions (and the villains) disappeared. I had the long walk of naked shame back to the village and could have used a D&D shirt that rainy night. 😦


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