[quote="Ophelia23, post:10, topic:297690"]
But in response to those who have posted so far, it seems that the game is not inherently sinful but that, much like anything else, could become sinful depending on the intent and use. That makes sense.
I would say that the real sin is the result of being unable to distinguish fantasy and reality. And as someone else so wisely put, if D*nD* leads one to the occult, it's a sign of bigger problems that it would make no difference if you replaced DnD with Superman.
[quote="ChurchSoldier, post:4, topic:297690"]
Apart from the Biblical Proscriptions listed below, there is a danger in opening your household to other spirits. Nobody thinks evil will come to their house until it does. Once in it often goes after those least able to defend themselves (...the little one's). You are asking because your gut is telling you something is not ok. Even if he plays at a friends house, spirits can come home with him.
Your statement is based on a false premise which in turn is based on a narrow understanding of what 'magic' means nowadays.
[quote="ChurchSoldier, post:7, topic:297690"]
An interesting link: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magic_of_Dungeons_%26_Dragons
Oh yesh, very interesting. I'm partial to invocations myself. Although, I tend to separate my alter-egos between DnD and M:tG.
Dungeons and Dragons
Paladin: on white horse These bramble hinder our way! Come my friends! We have little choice but to scale the mounta-
Warlock (LW): -_- burns everything via a 4d6 Brimstone Blast
Druid: Gyaagh! Whut are you doing!? You'll burn the forest! D8
Sorcerer: Don't worry. I'll put it out. :cool: [Translated: I found another loophole and trying a new build :P]
Magic: The Gathering
WUR Planeswalker: holds up sword Halt in the name of the Law! rides on gryphon
RUG Planeswalker (LW): rides on dragon Halt this! >B( *fires mana-charged comets her way*