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General Discussion / Re: My D&D Anniversary
« Last post by Dizzy on Today at 12:10:16 AM »
Hah! Sadly I don't actually know the exact date. I just happen to work for the same school district I grew up in, so I assume spring break is around the same time. Glad to hear y'alls time too!
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Adventure Campaign Blogs / Re: Great Play Test of my rpg design.
« Last post by Mojo on Yesterday at 05:37:16 PM »
I am hoping so anyway. Gonna target people that have never played, & areas that rpg's are not in native tongues.
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Loved the episode!

Hope for more JG material
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General Discussion / Re: My D&D Anniversary
« Last post by DMMike on Yesterday at 11:28:48 AM »
Dunno how I missed this? I blame GaryCon. ;)

Well, dating from this post I've been gaming approximately 38 years. I know I got the Holmes basic set at Christmas 1978 but I was 9 and had trouble "getting it" until I met the Delta Area Wargamers sometime in Spring 1979. I envy your knowing the exact date Dizzy!

DM (Good at a lot, but not in childhood memories) Mike
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General Discussion / Re: My D&D Anniversary
« Last post by angelicdoctor on Yesterday at 10:27:28 AM »
Congratulations, my friend!

I've been playing off and on again for roughly 37 years.  Wow.  I can't believe it has been that long already.
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Roll for Initiative Podcast / Re: What do you want to hear on the show?
« Last post by angelicdoctor on Yesterday at 10:20:31 AM »
Any fiction that inspired the game or that was subsequently inspired by the game would be good to hear about.  I am thinking of Quag Keep, Three Hearts and Three Lions, et al.
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Victorious / Re: Victorious Nominated for 3 Castles Award!
« Last post by angelicdoctor on Yesterday at 10:05:45 AM »
My pleasure, Mike.  I truly enjoy the history you include in the material.  Your expertise in that area shines.
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Victorious / Re: Victorious Nominated for 3 Castles Award!
« Last post by DMMike on Yesterday at 09:54:47 AM »
Congratulations, Mike.  I agree that your work is very good.  In fact, I keep it with me at my workplace to review often.
Wow AD...that's one of the best compliments I've ever had on my work! Thanks!

DM (Good at blushing) Mike

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Other Games / Re: Gamma World
« Last post by DMMike on Yesterday at 09:52:39 AM »
Yeah, another 1E Gamma World guy here. For some reason, random mutations in GW doesn't bug me as much as random super powers in Villains & Vigilantes; dunno why. Maybe its the gonzo nature of the setting. ;)

I've also played 2E GW, but not 3E. Was 3E GW the one that was also called "Gammarauders"?

DM (Good at randomly mutating) Mike

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Other Games / Re: Gamma World
« Last post by angelicdoctor on Yesterday at 09:27:22 AM »
The kids and I played 1st edition Gamma World and loved every minute of it.
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