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Wow - Computer Games magazine June 2001

Discussion in 'Dungeons & Dragons + Other RPGs' started by cotman68, May 22, 2001.

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    Great article on the genesis on D&D.. including the legal battles and bad press. some great picks of early editions.

    takes me back quite away..20 yrs or more. I remember my friends brother had the 'original rules'. I remember carrying around my little red velvet bag that was full of dice. I remember reading tomb of horrors for the first time (btw--there is a picture of the lich/demi-lich from the TOH in the article) .. I also remember reading queen of the demonweb pits for the first time---jeez.. that was some tough adventure!!!

    those were the days.. also a good article on NWN in the same issue
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