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* ''WesternAnimation/StarVsTheForcesOfEvil'': "Sophomore Slump" has a scene of Marco, Ferguson, and Alfonso playing a game of D&D with Janna as the KillerGameMaster.

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* ''WesternAnimation/StarVsTheForcesOfEvil'': "Sophomore Slump" has a scene of Marco, Ferguson, and Alfonso playing a game of D&D with Janna as the KillerGameMaster.
KillerGameMaster. Later in "Britta's Tacos", Ferguson and Alfonso namedrop D&D by that shorthand form when talking to Marco.


* ''Series/StrangerThings'': D&D games appear in a few episodes, and the concept of alternate dimensions is explained through the terminology of D&D, with the monster of the first season being named after the Demogorgon due to the D&D Demogorgon's mini being used to explain the creature. Similarly, the Mindflayer in Season 2 is named as such due to being a Lovecraftian being, and it's ability to mentally control it's victims.

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* ''Series/StrangerThings'': D&D games appear in a few episodes, and the concept of alternate dimensions is explained through the terminology of D&D, with the monster of the first season being named after the Demogorgon Demogorgon, Prince of Demons, due to the D&D Demogorgon's mini being used to explain the creature. Similarly, the Mindflayer in Season 2 is named as such due to being a Lovecraftian being, and it's ability to mentally control it's victims.



** Another episode has a ''very'' brief scene of Jenny and Sheldon playing D&D.



** The "Scoobsie" episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheNewScoobyAndScrappyDooShow'' the gang visited a Wizards and Warlocks convention.

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** The In the "Scoobsie" episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheNewScoobyAndScrappyDooShow'' ''WesternAnimation/TheNewScoobyAndScrappyDooShow'', the gang visited a Wizards and Warlocks convention.




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* ''WesternAnimation/StarVsTheForcesOfEvil'': "Sophomore Slump" has a scene of Marco, Ferguson, and Alfonso playing a game of D&D with Janna as the KillerGameMaster.


* ''Series/StrangerThings'': D&D games appear in a few episodes, and the concept of alternate dimensions is explained through the terminology of D&D, with the monster of the first season being named after the Demogorgon due to the D&D Demogorgon's mini being used to explain the creature.

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* ''Series/StrangerThings'': D&D games appear in a few episodes, and the concept of alternate dimensions is explained through the terminology of D&D, with the monster of the first season being named after the Demogorgon due to the D&D Demogorgon's mini being used to explain the creature. Similarly, the Mindflayer in Season 2 is named as such due to being a Lovecraftian being, and it's ability to mentally control it's victims.


* ''Series/StrangerThings'': D&D games appear in a few episodes, and the Demogorgon is named after the two-headed demon lord.

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* ''Series/StrangerThings'': D&D games appear in a few episodes, and the Demogorgon concept of alternate dimensions is explained through the terminology of D&D, with the monster of the first season being named after the two-headed demon lord.Demogorgon due to the D&D Demogorgon's mini being used to explain the creature.

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* Wrestling/EmberMoon is a known D&D player... and 3rd Edition's iconic Monk (a black woman who fights barehanded) is named Ember.

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** Creator/GaryGygax appeared as himself in the third short in "Anthology of Interest I", where [[BeethovenWasAnAlienSpy he's part of a secret alliance]] that protects the space-time continuum along with Creator/StephenHawking, Creator/NichelleNichols, Creator/AlGore, and the chess-playing computer Deep Blue. Naturally, most of is lines are [=DnD=] jokes.

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** Creator/GaryGygax appeared as himself in the third short in "Anthology of Interest I", where [[BeethovenWasAnAlienSpy he's part of a secret alliance]] that protects the space-time continuum along with Creator/StephenHawking, Creator/NichelleNichols, Creator/AlGore, UsefulNotes/AlGore, and the chess-playing computer Deep Blue. Naturally, most of is lines are [=DnD=] jokes.


* Because ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' is a cartoon created [[OneOfUs by nerds]], there's been plenty.

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* Because ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' is a cartoon created [[OneOfUs [[JustForFun/OneOfUs by nerds]], there's been plenty.


** ''The New Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo Show'' had an episode where the gang visited a Wizards and Warlocks convention.

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** ''The New Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo Show'' had an The "Scoobsie" episode where of ''WesternAnimation/TheNewScoobyAndScrappyDooShow'' the gang visited a Wizards and Warlocks convention.


* Creator/TerryPratchett was a D&D player, and liked to incorporate elements and references to the game, especially in the early novels which focused on fantasy parody (as opposed to the broad satire of later books). Perhaps most notably would be in Discworld/TheColourOfMagic, where the [[CosmicPlaything game the gods play with the lives of men]] appears to literally be ''Dungeons and Dragons'', and the sound of dice proceeds random encounters.

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* Creator/TerryPratchett was a D&D player, and liked to incorporate elements and references to the game, especially in the early novels which focused on fantasy parody (as opposed to the broad satire of later books). Perhaps most notably would be in Discworld/TheColourOfMagic, where the [[CosmicPlaything game the gods play with the lives of men]] appears to literally be ''Dungeons and Dragons'', and the sound of dice proceeds precedes random encounters.


* In the second ''Literature/DiaryOfAWimpyKid'' book, Greg and Rowley are introduced by a nerd to a game called "Magic and Monsters", a clear CaptainErsatz of D&D.

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* In the second ''Literature/DiaryOfAWimpyKid'' book, ''Literature/DiaryOfAWimpyKidRodrickRules'', Greg and Rowley are introduced by a nerd to a game called "Magic and Monsters", a clear CaptainErsatz of D&D.


* ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDoo'': The "Wizards and Warlock Convention" the gang attends is based off ''D&D''.

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* ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDoo'': The "Wizards ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo''
** ''The New Scooby-Doo
and Warlock Convention" Scrappy-Doo Show'' had an episode where the gang attends visited a Wizards and Warlocks convention.
** ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooMysteryIncorporated'': In "Web of the Dreamweaver", the MonsterOfTheWeek
is based off ''D&D''.
a villain from a "''Crypts and Creatures''" game that Sheriff Stone and his friends played as kids. Shaggy also admits that he used to be an avid C&C player.



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* ''Series/StrangerThings'': D&D games appear in a few episodes, and the Demogorgon is named after the two-headed demon lord.
* ''Series/TerminatorTheSarahConnorChronicles'': Th episode "Born to Run" briefly features a D&D game, in which one of the characters describes killing an umber hulk with a vorpal sword.



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* In the second ''Literature/DiaryOfAWimpyKid'' book, Greg and Rowley are introduced by a nerd to a game called "Magic and Monsters", a clear CaptainErsatz of D&D.









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* ''ComicStrip/{{Foxtrot}}'': Creator Bill Amend plays the game, so Jason and Marcus can often be seen playing D&D in his strip.

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* At least one episode of Podcast/TheYoGPod has LetsPlay/LewisBrindley and LetsPlay/SimonLane playing a bit of [=DnD=], complete with as many references as possible.

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* At least one episode of Podcast/TheYoGPod Podcast/TheYogpod has LetsPlay/LewisBrindley and LetsPlay/SimonLane playing a bit of [=DnD=], complete with as many references as possible.






** In "I Second That Emotion", a pet Rust Monster can be seen at a veterinarian - owned by a robot!

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** In "I Second That Emotion", a pet Rust Monster can be seen at a veterinarian - -- [[{{Irony}} owned by a robot! robot]]!



** Creator/GaryGygax appeared as himself in the third short in "Anthology of Interest I", where [[BeethovenWasAnAlienSpy he's part of a secret alliance]] that protects the space-time continuum along with Creator/StephenHawking, Creator/NichelleNichols, Creator/AlGore, and the chess-playing computer Deep Blue.
** "Bender's Game" was giant one big homage to the game. The credits even say that the film was made in dedication to Gary Gygax

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** Creator/GaryGygax appeared as himself in the third short in "Anthology of Interest I", where [[BeethovenWasAnAlienSpy he's part of a secret alliance]] that protects the space-time continuum along with Creator/StephenHawking, Creator/NichelleNichols, Creator/AlGore, and the chess-playing computer Deep Blue.
Blue. Naturally, most of is lines are [=DnD=] jokes.
-->'''Gary Gygax:''' "Greetings! It's aŚ (rolls two ten-sided dice) '''pleasure''' ''to meet you''!"
** "Bender's Game" was giant one big homage to the game. The credits even say that the film was made in dedication to Gary GygaxGygax, with clips from his guest appearance included at the end.



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* ''Anime/CodeGeass'''s titular ability is a magical ability to command someone to do whatever you want with a few limitations. Alter the limitations, spelling, and pronunciation, and you have the Geas spell.


* ''WesternAnimation/MyLifeAsATeenageRobot'': In "Queen Bee", [[strike:Vicky]] Vexus throws Brit and Tiff into unpopularity, and by 'unpopularity' I mean the D&D club.

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* ''WesternAnimation/MyLifeAsATeenageRobot'': In "Queen Bee", [[strike:Vicky]] Vexus throws Brit and Tiff into unpopularity, and by 'unpopularity' I mean unpopularity! (read: the school's D&D club.club)

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