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Wed, 4 May ’11

Tabletop Tomfoolery: Celebrity D&D

Miniature masters converge for a blitzkrieg of fun and fantasy.

Role-playing games are great because they let you live out your wildest fantasies—that’s not your friend across from you, that’s an elvish enchantress, and she’s ready to make magic. If you forgot your last game of Dungeons & Dragons was make-believe and your friend’s still upset, venture out to The Wood Of Holly, in the City Of Lost Angels.

Every Thors-day from 5-10pm, Dragon’s Den Games hosts D&D for those brave enough to play. Do you have what it takes to go toe to toe with deadly druids and rugged rangers from all corners of LA?

The event is run by Hollywood hotshots Dylan and Cole Sprouse (Big Daddy, Disney’s The Suite Life On Deck) and hosted by our good friends Meltdown Comics. (Fun fact: Dylan sells his original art through Meltdown, while Cole is the store’s in-house photographer.) They’re all grown up now, so there’s no need to worry about them peeing on your prized Paladin.

D&D is all about coming together with warriors of different backgrounds, so bolster your charisma and make friends with the other players. Just give Dragon’s Den a call before heading over. That way, a Dungeon Master can assign you to a campaign. Bigger parties can wage war by reserving a table online. Whether you’re a Human, Dwarf or Halfling, this is one good time that isn’t a roll of the dice.