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D&D 5E Is D&D 5e a Sandwich?

Is D&D 5e a Sandwich?

  • 1. Yes.

    Votes: 8 13.8%
  • 2. No.

    Votes: 15 25.9%
  • 3. Only pizzas can be sandwiches.

    Votes: 9 15.5%
  • 4. If you don't know where you're going, any road will get you there.

    Votes: 26 44.8%

  • Total voters
    58
  • This poll will close: .

Snarf Zagyg

Notorious Liquefactionist
That's right. You read the title. Search your feelings. You always knew that the internet would throw this at you, with the inevitability of your uncle forwarding you an email that you don't want to read.

The ancient hotness:
Is a hot dog a sandwich?

Yesterday's hawt taek:
Is a taco a sandwich?

Today's already-tired challenge:
Is a New Zealand garbage pizza a sandwich?

Now, you've heard it hear first- Thursday's HAWT TAEK delivered two days early ... 'cuz we need to go GALAXY BRAINED.

Is the Fifth Edition of D&D ... a sandwich?

Let's see ... "A sandwich is a food typically consisting of vegetables, sliced cheese or meat, placed on or between slices of bread, or more generally any dish wherein bread serves as a container or wrapper for another food type."

And what is D&D 5e? Well, D&D is definitely food for your brain. 5e in particular has been compared to The Cheesecake Factory, so we know that 5e is full of carbs.

And Hasbro definitely charges a lot of bread for its products.

Finally, and most importantly, people use "D&D" interchangeably to refer to TTRPGs, just like they use "sandwich" to refer to any number of foodstuffs.

So, it would seem to be inarguable- the fifth edition of D&D is, in fact, a sandwich.

That said, I will put a poll up so that people can register that they they have incorrect opinions that are different than mine.
 

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Cadence

Legend
Supporter
The bread* is really chewy and cardboardy, and the filling, while colorful isn't very tasty. :.-( It's a lot easier to get down than the Pathfinder core rule book, holy cow is that thick. Flavor is about the same.

* A bun I guess since they didn't slice through one side.
 




Cadence

Legend
Supporter
The question is, when you go get a D&D Special from Wizard's Cafe, who is your favorite sandwich artist? Volo, Tasha, Fizban...
 









schneeland

Adventurer
I preferred it when it was still a cheesecake factory, but I would be willing to concede that, when viewed from sufficient distance, D&D might indeed have some similarities with a sandwich.
 



Oofta

Title? I don't need no stinkin' title.
As everyone knows, D&D is a calzone, which is really just a pizza sandwich. So I reject your poll and substitute my own.
 


schneeland

Adventurer
On second thought, D&D does seem to have a thing for folded dishes as it can be seen in this classic adventure module:

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This seems to favour @Oofta's Calzone hypothesis.
 

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