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Drinking Quest: The Original Drinking RPG

***** (based on 6 ratings)
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Franchise creator Jason Anarchy brings you the first game in the Drinking Quest series!

Once in a while a game comes along where you face palm and say “Why didn’t somebody think of that before?” Drinking Quest is equal parts Table Top RPG and Drinking Game. You have Character sheets, Dice, Hit Points, and other RPG staples but when your character dies in the game you have to down your drink in real life! These are new stakes that have never before existed in an RPG.

As far as drinking games go, it’s actually pretty well paced so you only chug on average once per hour. This is a drinking game that you can actually finish!

Besides the Drinking Game meets RPG hook, the Drinking Quest games stand on their own as a comedy game which pokes fun at Sword & Sorcery, Absurdities of life and gaming culture. There are all kind of nerdy Easter Eggs that ensure the game continues to be funny with new jokes game after game.

While other games strive to have endless universal appeal, Drinking Quest takes pride being designed FOR YOU, the hardcore nerd.

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Innovative and enticing

*****

DQ 1 & 2 harmoniously combine drinking and pen-and-paper RPG's into the quintessential game-night adventure!


Nothing like the Original Drinking RPG

*****

This is easily the most fun you will have at a game night! Often hilarious! Easy to pick up and play with a group. Every thing I want in an RPG.


Our primary game night game

*****

With all the amazing games out there DQ has quickly become our staple game when my friends want a few drinks and a lot of laughs. The references in the text are hilarious and the rules make it easy to follow and even easier to have your friends chugging more then Chuglox!


Perfect blend of wit and nerdiness

*****

I got this game with few expectations and I was blown away by how funny it was. It quickly became a staple in my game nights with my buddies.


Better than December 25th!

*****

This game takes my love for Role Playing Games and drinking and mixes the two together. So many memories with this game thanks Drink Quest for making my life awesome!


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