Discussion in 'General Chat' started by NIGHTBRINGER, Jan 23, 2016.
My vote is for the TARDIS.... space and time at your fingertips! Hogwarts would be my second choice.
I voted middle earth... Was tempted to say neverland but as I'm turning 32 this year I felt it could be a bit stressy as I somehow got used to the daily business of duty and order...
I voted Mushroom Kingdom for vague and mysterious reasons.
Only you could get away with that!
I voted Middle earth, who would not want to be middle earth fighting Sauron and I have hairy feet, also it was LotR that got me into the hobby many years ago.
Getting close to turning 40...
so Neverland it is..
I vote Hyrule. Seems like a pretty easy place to overthrow and as long as you avoid the single competant warrior/adventurer in the entire kingdom you're pretty free to do what you like really - just leave the damned princess along and you're fine!
No Sigmar-door @NIGHTBRINGER ?
This was tough but, with great consideration and an unnecessary amount of time, I've decided to make my own door.
That would be too expensive of an option!
My vote is for Wonderland.
At the beginning I was thinking to choose Hogwarts, but then I remembered I would have had to study, so... Wonderland.
I voted Hogwarts, but damn I was torn between that and Middle Earth.
I choose Westeros, I like knights, courts and stuff so I was torn between that and Camelot. But Westeros is a more exiting place. More fantasy like then fairytale like as Camelot feels to me.
You're a brave man... I wouldn't imagine that Westeros would be a great place to visit or live in. I wouldn't want to inhabit George R.R. Martins world; that man loves killing off his characters!
I had to choose the Dumbledoor for no reason other than that pun.
Hyrule, a little short on cash... after some broken pots and a freshly mowed lawn I'm rolling in the money
Also nobody ever gets mad when I take their stuff.
Well that does seem to be the popular vote thus far. You're right about the cash, Hyrule seems to have rupees hiding about behind every corner.
If the value of rupees is anything close to the Indian currency, your carry limit of 999 won't allow you to buy a lollipop.
Hahaha... that's true, but these are giant gem stones so we have to give them the benefit of the doubt.