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Watching shows with your kids...

Discussion in 'Sensorium' started by Blades of Vanatar, Jul 19, 2019.

  1. Blades of Vanatar

    Blades of Vanatar Vanatar will rise again Adored Veteran Pillars of Eternity SP Immortalizer (for helping immortalize Sorcerer's Place in the game!)

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    Watching shows with your kids....

    Just finished season 3 of Stranger Things, watched it with my 11 yr old.

    Have to say, those kids playing D&D at around the age 12 brings back memories. I first played at ten, in 1983, same timeline as the show. Good times.

    It was fun fielding most of my kids questions about how things were back then. She definitely couldn’t understand the Russian/Cold War element. Tough to explain to an 11 yr old. We need more shows like this, that came be watched alongside the kids.

    They could of cut any sexual innuendo out of it, as it brought nothing to the table, just made for a few uncomfortable questions. More creature action, secret government plot or RPG table scenes would of been better imo...
     
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