So, planning for my future when I run into a hefty sum of money, I plan to get together a group of actors, comedians and interesting people and paying them to engage in D&D which will be recorded and sold to a tv network as celebrity D&D (Bravo could be all over it, even SciFi… seriously).
So who do you think I should put the money towards? Here’s who I’m thinking:
And maybe two more people, yet to be determined.
How about you all, who do you think would provide for a fun and interesting D&D game?
This is of course assuming everyone involved would be interested and would actually be trying to enjoy themselves, so just go ahead and assume we somehow convince them to do it
You’d better be one hell of a DM if you’re bringing Williams on board or he’ll eat your lunch! He’ll definitely need to be an impossible multiclass. Like a Elf/Orc/Human Paladin/Assassin/Illusionist/Bard with a critical fear of humanoids smaller than himself.
Of course, the game will go nowhere because he’ll be ranting like a lunatic all the time. But should be fun.
I Suggest Dennis Hopper to kind of even things out. He can play a Druid.
Yeah Robin definitely be a challenge to DM for, but it would be a hell of a fun time.
I had actually just been thinking about Christopher Walken as a Bard, since he loves his monologues and random songs, but Dennis Hopper would fill the hole nicely. We’ll see, maybe someone else has a better idea.
I think you’ll need some of those British Royal Shakespeare Company types to play Paladins and Clerics. You know, like Patrick Stewar or Brian Blessed. Brian Cox would be great, too - I’d see him as an evil wizard.
Bring in J. Michael Strasczinski, too. And it might be fun to have a pro wrestler represented, too, though I’m not up on wrestling to suggest anyone in particular.
Robin Williams would be no more difficult to DM for than your typical Kendar. I was once in a party with a Kendar who considered skipping right down the middle of a major highway in bright primary-colored clothes while whistling loudly and off-key to be the height of stealth… And amazingly, it somehow managed to work.