Once when reminiscing about the Christian Right's hate for D&D with a friend, I remember saying that I was surprised some enterprising capitalist hadn't yet created a D&D derivative that wouldn't in any way offend the Christian community , and that would actually promote Christian ideas and conversion. It seemed to only make sense that the Christian Fundamentalists would eventually co-opt D&D for their own purposes (if you can't beat 'em, join 'em, sorta)... Well, if they hadn't already done so then, they have now. Christian Holy Lands has a FAQ which should satisfy most of your curiosity. Sample excerpts:
Q: Can You Play other Character Races in Holy Lands, such as Dwarves, Elves, etc.?
A: Currently, Holy Lands characters can only be of some form of the human race since PEOPLE were created in the image of God with a soul for eternal redemption.
...Your character’s job is to protect the Church from evil demons, sorcerers, and non-Christian invaders, all while you do your best to convert unbelievers...
How's that for "Imagining the hell out of it", S&W players!
I'm a little hesitant to check this out further by signing up for the download (why can't we get the PDF without giving up our email address and name already, hmm?).
I've played Bruce Galloway's "Highest Level of all Fantasy Wargaming" which hilariously included stats for many Christian saints and also for Joseph and the Virgin Mary. I wasn't even one of the faithful and knew that book had crossed a line. I suppose it's only a matter of time until an Islamic interpretation of D&D comes out as well.
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