Rpg Quotes

Top 27 famous quotes & sayings about Rpg.

Famous Quotes About Rpg

Here are best 27 famous quotes about Rpg that you can use to show your feeling, share with your friends and post on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and blogs. Enjoy your day & share your thoughts with perfect pictures of Rpg quotes.

Rpg quotes by Devin Grayson
#1. You know what's so cool about gaming? The whole collective consciousness thing! Like when you tap into your own knight in shinning armor, you're tapping into all knights in shinning armor. All these archetypes, you know, are we're all of them, and you have to learn to honour and acknowledge them inside you."
"Plus, you get to be people you're not."
"Um. True. And people you are. #Quote by Devin Grayson
Rpg quotes by Charles Stross
#2. I was heavily into AD&D in my teens (late 1970s-early 1980s) but fell off the RPG habit in the mid-80s and have never gone back to it; my lifestyle today isn't very compatible with having a regular gaming group (too much travel). #Quote by Charles Stross
Rpg quotes by Marc W. Miller
#3. The purpose of the referee is to present obstacles for players to overcome as they go about seeking their goals, not to constantly make trouble for them. This is a subtle distinction, and one that many beginners have trouble with. #Quote by Marc W. Miller
Rpg quotes by Terry Pratchett
#4. It's an old magical principle - it's even filtered down into RPG systems - that magic, while taking a lot of effort, can be 'stored' - in a staff, for example. No doubt a wizard spends a little time each day charging up his staff, although you go blind if you do it too much, of course. #Quote by Terry Pratchett
Rpg quotes by Gary Gygax
#5. Send anyone claiming that their RPG activity is an art form my way, and I'll gladly stick a pin in their head and deflate it just to have the satisfaction of the popping sound that makes.
One might play a game artfully, but that makes neither the game nor its play art. #Quote by Gary Gygax
Rpg quotes by Michael P. Williams
#6. Frog speaks in a "Ye Olde Englishy" dialogue that is as charming as it is grammatically suspect. No one else in 600 AD talks like Frog. Not even Glenn, the boy Frog used to be. #Quote by Michael P. Williams
Rpg quotes by James Edward Raggi IV
#7. We are all transformed by stardust, say both the wisest and most unhinged scholars of our day. Therefore, if one could be transported to the stars, one could reform her body and her mind and become a person different than the flawed wretch she currently is. It is a risky proposition, trusting the fickle cosmic winds to better a terrestrial, mortal body, but what is magic if not a declaration that one no longer cares? #Quote by James Edward Raggi IV
Rpg quotes by Steven Erikson
#8. The closest I ever got to Dragonlance and Forgotten Realms was when I bought the box game set for the latter (I think this was before the novels came out). I well recall this - we were living in James Bay, in Victoria. We opened the box up and took out the maps while sitting in a Mexican restaurant. Ten minutes later I was as close as I have ever been to publicly burning someone else's creation…What bothered us was the reworking of every fantasy cliché imaginable, all in one package now, and none of it made sense. #Quote by Steven Erikson
Rpg quotes by Gabe Newell
#9. To people who traditionally charge $10,000 for a 3D animating app, we say you should be free-to-play and generate a revenue stream. Think of a 3D modeling package almost like an RPG. #Quote by Gabe Newell
Rpg quotes by Erin Morgenstern
#10. ...You know how you have real-life time versus story time, how stories leave out the boring bits and condense so much? A long-form RPG has some substance to it, leaves time to wander the desert or have a conversation or hang out in a pub. It might not be the closest thing to real life but pacing-wise it's closer than a movie or a TV show or a novel. #Quote by Erin Morgenstern
Rpg quotes by David Petraeus
#11. But clearly, this is what this is about. It's about pushing the security bubble out. It's about rooting out every last guy, so that there's not even somebody who can fire a single, solitary RPG round from some little qalat out here. #Quote by David Petraeus
Rpg quotes by Sorin Suciu
#12. You learned a lot by playing RPGs, although not all of it was useful, or real for that matter – unless you really believed that wolves normally carry seven gold pieces, a flawed garnet, a scroll of ice storm, and a lock pick somewhere about their person. #Quote by Sorin Suciu
Rpg quotes by Michael P. Williams
#13. Is Lavos a selfish conqueror of the world, or a planetary farmer simply following its instincts? How sentient is Lavos, and if it can speak to us, why won't it? Do apiarists palaver with their bees, or do they just mind the hives and collect the honey? It's painful to imagine our species as insects, as fodder for something bigger, more powerful. Something that could plummet from above and ruin us in the blink of an eye. #Quote by Michael P. Williams
Rpg quotes by Cory Doctorow
#14. Most of the people you see going to work today are LARPing (live-action role playing) an incredibly boring RPG (role-playing game) called "professionalism" that requires them to alter their vocabulary, posture, eating habits, facial expressions
every detail all the way down to what they allow themselves to find funny. #Quote by Cory Doctorow
Rpg quotes by Gary Gygax
#15. When AI approximates Machine Intelligence, then many online and computer-run RPGs will move towards actual RPG activity. Nonetheless, that will not replace the experience of 'being there,' any more than seeing a theatrical motion picture can replace the stage play. #Quote by Gary Gygax
Rpg quotes by Emma   Mills
#16. There's something soft in his expression that I don't know what to do with, so I take another drink and then say, 'There's also this wizard we really want to fight'. #Quote by Emma Mills
Rpg quotes by Mukta Mahajani
#17. Let's Talk is a practical guide that will greatly help young
adults at the workplace to navigate through unforeseen and
vulnerable social situations. Harsh Goenka #Quote by Mukta Mahajani
Rpg quotes by Michael P. Williams
#18. The plot is deceptively simple. Condensed even fur- ther, it might read as a personal ad in some questfinder's forum: Unlikely hero to save world from cataclysm. Seeks motley assortment of companions. Sidequests guaranteed. #Quote by Michael P. Williams
Rpg quotes by Felicia Day
#19. I've played pretty much every single-player RPG there is, has been, ever will be. But as far as the MMOs go, especially with the voice chat, it becomes like hanging out with your friends in a chat channel, and you're playing at the same time. So it becomes a lot more social than people would probably think. #Quote by Felicia Day
Rpg quotes by Larry Correia
#20. Lee threw down the tripod, and Trip dropped the FN MAG machine gun onto it ... Lee hunkered down behind the big weapon. Holly handed me an RPG. The heavy tube was reassuring in my hands. Everyone dug down into the ditch, prepared to fight. Nervous but competent. Scared but professional. We were ready to put some smack down. Not bad for an accountant, a librarian, a schoolteacher, and a stripper. #Quote by Larry Correia
Rpg quotes by Tetsuya Nomura
#21. The heart may be weak. And sometimes it may even give in. But I've learned that deep down, there's a light that never goes out! #Quote by Tetsuya Nomura
Rpg quotes by Alexander Lucard
#22. Aside from a few minor quibbles, the Codex Celtarum is simply an amazing book. It's not just one of the bestCastles & Crusades sourcebooks ever, but it's something that ANY fantasy game setting can pick up and use/adapt, especially if they are looking for a Celtic flair for their homebrew world and stories. There is so little in the way of mechanics, that you won't ever have to do that much converting, especially if you already use an OSR system. As usual, the new Celtic content line for Castles & Crusades continues to impress. #Quote by Alexander Lucard
Rpg quotes by Yuji Horii
#23. The most important part of a RPG is the player feeling like they are taking the role of a character in a fully realised fantasy world. They can explore, visit various towns and places, talk to people, customise their character, collect various items, and defeat monsters. The story is not the focus of the experience and is only there to make the atmosphere of the fantasy world more interesting and engaging during the course of the game. #Quote by Yuji Horii
Rpg quotes by Veronica Rossi
#24. In my training in the Army, I'd been exposed to a variety of weapons. Rifles. Handguns of all makes and models. RPG launchers. I'd shot a fifty-cal a few times - now, that's a weapon. The fifty's legit. So I think you can understand, Cordero, when I say that a sword was a little disappointing.
Sword fighting was fine in the movies, for gladiators or fighting trolls or whatever. But actually using a sword in combat? Nope. It felt tardy by a couple of centuries. Of course I'd just been in an epic fistfight, but everyone knows fisticuffs is a timeless art. Point is I wasn't thrilled about the sword, but it was better than no sword, so I rolled with it. #Quote by Veronica Rossi
Rpg quotes by Neal Stephenson
#25. Whenever I get distracted or bored, my eyes wander over to that chalkboard and I read the words. Some of them grow on me, and others annoy me. I attack the latter with eraser and chalk, and keep nudging at them until I like the way they look and sound. Others never make the cut at all and simply get erased. Perhaps one day I will sell these on eBay to RPG players who need names for characters or alien races. #Quote by Neal Stephenson
Rpg quotes by Lydia Millet
#26. The gun is mightier than the pen, was our true opinion, and the RPG is mightier still. #Quote by Lydia Millet
Rpg quotes by Siddhartha Thorat
#27. The men got off and started to unload their equipment. Most carried AK-47 or Pakistani G-3 rifles. The luggage consisted of ammunition boxes, radio sets and the feared RPG rocket launchers. The Heckler & Koch G-3s had been captured in a firefight from the Pakistani Frontier Corps last month. A tall man with a military bearing walked over and joined the Tajik officer. #Quote by Siddhartha Thorat

Famous Authors

Popular Topics