The "Wall of Text" was invented with the internet.
It is a term used to describe any thought requiring more than 200 words.
Thoughts requiring more than 200 words have a proven existence going back to Herodotus.
People who had never bothered to read started doing so because of the internet.
People also started to write because of the internet.
Dumb people on the internet began writing non-thoughts with more than 200 words.
Internet readers soon described anything more than 200 words as a "non-thought."
Other readers have long been wise enough to read something before making up their minds.
There are about 28 words contained in 140 characters.
For some, it is difficult to grasp a thought of more than 140 characters.
For some, if a thought has more than 140 characters, it shouldn't exist.
When a very, very stupid person encounters more than 140 characters, they call it a "Wall of Text."
D&D cannot be meaningfully understood in statements of less than 140 characters.
Stupidity, however, can be expressed brilliantly in 140 characters.
When someone describes writing as a "Wall of Text," I know they're an idiot.