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Celebrity Dungeons & Dragons Characters

Wired has a gallery of user-submitted celebrities who have been "rolled" as AD&D characters. Here's George W. Bush's (by "Spherical Time"):

17th -level politician
Chaotic Neutral Human
Strength: 11
Intelligence: 10
Wisdom: 6
Constitution: 12
Dexterity: 10
Charisma: 16
Special Abilities: Always wins eligible elections, takes no damage for corporate connections, has the ability to prevaricate perfectly, and always goes first in initiative in attacks via other countries.

http://www.wired.com/culture/lifestyle/multimedia/2008/04/gallery_DandDStats - via Digg

I don't know what scale those D&D guys go by but those scores sure seem high! It is right about him taking the first initiative in attacks on other countries. Thank God for term limits or we'd be in Iran this time next year!
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Ah from the many anti-Right posts the page owner posts in here one could deduct that he was a wing-nut.

Political zealousness is lame no matter "what side" you are on.

The left, the right, they both equally suck.

One would have more respect for the author if he was a bit more politically neutral.

Equal opportunity offender if you will.

But I don't see that happening. Usually political zealots can't help themselves.
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Kevin:
I completely agree on the zeal factor. For me, it's the same for religious zeal, fundamentalists horrify me yet the likes of Richard Dawkins who's closer to "my side" than the fundies are still makes me cringe.
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...wow. Now I really want to start a campaign in which all the players are political figures. It would be almost as fun as dividing laser tag teams into Allied and Axis powers!
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Chaotic Neutral? More like Lawful Evil. Just because his incompetence causes chaos doesn't make his moral alignment chaotic. That guy obviously hasn't understood D&D alignment rules at all.
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