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A Personal D&D History, Part IV: Everything that has a Beginning…

Some More Context Before we continue, let me take a moment to give you some more perspective on how old I was in relation to a pop culture metric from the ’80’s: action figures, as that’s sometimes easier to comprehend … Continue reading

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A Personal D&D History, Part III: And so it begins. No really.

So in the last installment, I had finally learned to play, and yet still didn’t manage to play much… The End of an Era, the Beginning of Another In 5th grade, Paul and I found ourselves in separate homerooms, but … Continue reading

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A Personal D&D History, Part II: Learning to Play

It Gets a Bit Fuzzy We last left off with my younger self about to buy my first TSR product:  The Basic Set. Oddly enough, this pivotal moment in the story remains the least clear to my memory. I’d have … Continue reading

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A Personal D&D History, Part I: Inception

Perhaps it’s come time that I share with you how I first got started in playing Dungeons and Dragons.  No, that’s not true.  I think it’s come time for me to really remember how I fell in love with this … Continue reading

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A Map to Adventure

As I noted in an earlier post, I’m working on creating a world to set my Dungeons & Dragons adventures in.  I’ve been working out the history for this world as it would lead into the ruins, people, and dangers … Continue reading

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