Poll Reveals 31% of Canadians Will Vote to Enter the Tomb of Annihilation

Posted on Sunday, September 19th, 2021 by Bracketbot
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A suprising poll conducted this monday revealed that 31.3 percent of all Canadians would vote to enter the Tomb of Annihilation in October’s dungeon election. The rightmost dungeon, according to that survey, has pulled into a dead heat with the middle dungeon, The Lost Mine of Phandelver, which is polling at around 31.9 percent. Both are outpacing the Dungeon of the Mad Mage, Canada’s leftmost dungeon, which appears to have the support of just under 20 percent of the Country’s voters.

Tomb of Annihilation supporters have been extremely vocal in the lead up to the election. In a widely circulated tweet, Acererak420 called Phandelver supporters “Babies” who were “too scared to summon the Death God.” Another Tomb supporter articulated that their support was born out of a desire to punish their enemies, adding “I don’t believe that we will lose life or have to discard cards ourselves. I think those are lies created by the mainstream media to scare people.”

Online, Phandelver supporters are not phased by the recent polls. “Everyone always considers the other dungeons before making their decision, but they always just pick LMP,” said Twitter user HB_Bandit_Lord. “It’s easy, it’s safe, you draw a card at the end. Righties always lose people when they talk about entering the Oubliette. Nobody wants to sacrifice all that shit.”

HB_Bandit_Lord seemed even more dismissive of the Dungeon of the Mad Mage: “We don’t live in a fantasy world. It will take way too long to complete, and cost way too much. Yeah, the payoff at the end is better, but we have to be make some tough decisions — if you vote Mad Mage, we’ll probably end up in the Oubliette. Don’t split the vote.”

Enter the Tomb