If a miniature hamburger is called a “slider”, what do you call a miniature DDO? A grinder? *
In this case, we call it MS Surface Pro running DDO. Looks nice too! The wife has issues playing it, too accustomed to larger keyboard and space. Didn’t keep her from being happy as she realized she would never again have to miss a Daily Die Roll.
Besides, the hotbars work with the touch screen and this is totally do-able. Not just Daily Die, everything.
Portable DDO, available wherever and whenever you may be, anywhere you can get a wifi signal. Except driving. Damn, this is STILL not a solution to my 90 minute commute. Come on Google cars, get here! Soon! How else am I gonna play some DDO on the way into work?
Some very small DDO. Portable. Miniature.
It’s like the DDO you’d expect to find in Lichtenstein or Andorra or one of those other tiny countries. Fully featured, teeny-weeny fit.
MicroDDO. A DDO-ette. Or en Espanol, la DDOita.
The phrase DDO hors’dourvre would probably sound the best but it doesn’t look right when typed. Silly French and their silly non-phonetic spelling. So let’s Anglicize it: ordurve. Now there, we can call it the DDOrdurve. With a side order of portable mouse and touch cover keyboard.
Now that is a snack I can really get behind. Yum!
* This will be funnier if you know that “grinder” means repetitive runs through the same content, but is also a regional term for a type of sandwich. Or maybe it won’t be funnier. Still, a guy has to have hope, right? **
** Having to explain the joke is meant to be funny too. But explicitly so; no smoke and mirrors, just in-your-face irony. It’s that being full of hope thing again. ***
*** Have you laughed yet? Smiled? At least smirked a little? Best get to it; I can keep doing this all day.