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It was a critical hit.
An upstate game of “Dungeons & Dragons” went from fantasy to nightmare when a real-life gang of bandits crashed the party and robbed the players of their wallets, phones — and swords, according to news reports.
A trio of marauders armed with a shotgun and a “machete-style knife” entered a Niagara Falls home through an unlocked side door Monday night and interrupted three men and a woman playing the classic tabletop role-playing game, the Niagara Gazette reports.
One of the rogues held the gun to a player’s neck and demanded the adventurers hand over their phones and wallets — while the thieves also helped themselves to a Playstation 4, “several swords” and the keys to one victim’s car.
“We have your IDs, we know where you live — call the police and we will kill you,” they told the woman before absconding with the loot, according to the Gazette.