Dustin: Yeah, how’d you swing that? And the projector mounted in the ceiling to project our dungeon maps down onto the table? That’s off the heezy!
Jeremy: Of course it’s real marble. And don’t worry how I paid for it. Can we get back to the game?
Bradley: You gotta admit, it’s a big turnaround. Just a couple of weeks ago we had to carve our own D20s out of styrofoam. Now our miniatures are little robots.
Jeremy: I, I put in some overtime at work, OK? That’s all. Now, just as your torch burns out, your party turns the corner of the corridor and enters what feels like a large chamber. Who’s lighting the torch?
Dustin: Not me, I only got three left.
Bradley: Your character’s blind! What do you need torches for?
Dustin: Well, not to light up the dungeon for my stupid partners who never remember to buy torches!
Jeremy: Shut up! Dustin, light a torch!
Dustin: Man, this sucks. Fine.
Jeremy: So you light a torch and you come face-to-face with…
Mike: A flumph?
Bradley: An stench kow?
Dustin: A swarm of monkey-bees?
Jeremy: ...a two-pack of Kingston SD/2GB SD Cards!
Mike: You’ve gotta be kidding me.
Jeremy: That’s right! Each card offers you 2 gigabytes of storage space in a compact, durable package! Do you accept?
Dustin: I’m leaving.
Mike: Yeah, this is lame. Kill my guy off. I’m done.
Jeremy: Well how do you think I paid for this marble table and this projector and those mahogany dice and that closet full of Chocodiles? The least you could do is listen to a few words on the reliable, portable data transfer solutions offered by Kingston SD Cards!
Dustin: Whatever. You coming with us, Bradley?
Bradley: Uh, I think I’ll stay.
Jeremy: You will?
Bradley: What else do I have to do? Besides, now that I’ve played with miniatures that can walk, I can never go back to moving them myself.
Mike: Fine, find your own ride home.
Jeremy: All right! Now we can play a real game here! OK, roll against accidental data loss.
Warranty: Lifetime Kingston