Did you ever play table top Dungeons & Dragons? What do you remember about it?
Do you still play today? How often? Where?
My first college roommate was way into D&D. this was in the late '80s. He invited me along to a game once and even made up a quickie "character" for me to play but after a few rounds I decided "Sorry, this isn't for me" and bailed.
Yes. At first I thought all these people was nutz talking about the characters as there were real people. Then I got into it and when my character had leg broken I was super pissed off at the Dungeon Master.
What I remember are good times had with my brothers and cousins.
I played this in the mid 80s. In fact, I still have my 8 side dices and everything. I wasn't too into it though, for it really depends on having the right people to play with, and a very competent Dungeon Master. PC games quickly stepped in as a replacement. I haven't played a single table top RPG game ever since.
Our GM used starburst candy as the bad guys. That's how you knew who to attack. I only started playing because I had a crush on one of the guys in the game club in college. I didn't really want to learn anything so they gave me a basic character with a fancy sword. I just hit things really hard and ate a lot of starburst. It was a really fantastic time.
I first played D&D back in 1994, under the 2nd edition rules. I played under those rules for about 5 years. I totally missed 3.0, 3.5 and 4.0, thank goodness. I currently run a very small 5th edition game in a homebrew world that I've been building for over a decade now. We play every couple of weeks. Still as fun as ever.
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