Funny / Dungeons & Dragons: Wrath of the Dragon God

  • For Nim, his blunt question during the first camp outside Ismer. Sitting with the party, Lux sharpens her sword. Without even looking her way, Nim asks:
    Nim: "Tell me, Lux. What did your brother see at the Barrier Peaks that drove him crazy?"
  • Oberon's casual warning to Melora, when she returns to continue her research to save Ismer, despite her slow conversion into an evil undead creature:
    Oberon: "But understand, that at the first sign of your conversion to the undead, I will incinerate you."
  • Damodar and his ghoul manservant discuss the cries of the forces of evil creatures gathering outside their lair.
    Damodar: "The forces of evil hear the call of the orb. They wait; to pick the rotting, dead carcass of Ismer."
    Ghoul: "Good times."
  • Berek, when trying to figure out Malek's first puzzle, asks if he had a wife or children. Given that Malek had been in the habit of teleporting to weddings, kidnapping the bride, and sacrificing her to Juiblex, Nim just looks at him as if he can't quite believe Berek just asked that.
  • Nim, upon coming across a switch, tells everyone to look away because what he's about to do is a secret rogue technique. When they do, he pulls the switch.
  • Probably one of the most anti-climactic uses of magecraft ever:
    Ormaline: (having just caused a clay dove to come to life) This is Ona, a friend of mine since childhood. She will find the way for us.
    (She releases Ona, who flaps around the trapped hallway for a bit...before being zapped by the trap and clattering to the floor)
    Nim: Poor Ona.
  • The DVD commentary track is a hoot:
    • Krusk wants the heroes to take the Dumb Muscle approach to everything, like stabbing a sleeping dragon in the eye or riding their horses to exhaustion. He also rates things in axes ("three axes" as opposed to, say, "three thumbs up"), and points out a random bug-eyed extra in the background of one scene.
    • Jozan is aghast at the party's cleric being first to die, insisting that "They are doomed without a cleric!" He also remarks that one of Berek's students has high charisma for a fighter.