Posts Tagged ‘D&D’

It's mine!

I’ve got my grubby little hands on it: Haven’t had much time to scan through it yet, but my initial impression is very positive. And my wife has even volunteered to play a basic adventure with it this weekend to run the rules through the gauntlet of Actual Play. Dungeon denizens, beware! by

Two more Gygaxian links

The Gygax story is starting to fade from the headlines by now, but if you can stand to read just a bit more about the Man and his Legacy, here are two items worth checking out: First up is D&D 0: a fun look at the very earliest incarnations of what would become Dungeons and […]

Random thoughts on Christians, culture, and Dungeons & Dragons

This is a response to an excellent post over at the ThinkChristian blog (where I post as well) about D&D and the Christian response to it in the 1980s. As a Christian who struggled, back in the day, with whether or not my favorite hobby was satanic, this topic is one that really interests me. […]

GaryCon 2008: Mr. Gygax, we salute you

Many, many people have in the last few days written eloquent tributes to Gary Gygax, so I won’t try and compete with them—I’ll just say that if Gary Gygax had not created a little game called Dungeons & Dragons, my life would be radically different than it is. How many hours did I spent in […]