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D&D Blog Hop: Day 12

February 12, 2014Written by Darkwarren - Published on

Day 12: First store where you bought your gaming supplies. Does it still exist? I remember two stores where I bought my D&D supplies. Sadly, neither of them no longer exists in brick and mortar form anymore. The first place was a toy store near my house called Johnny Joe’s or something like it. They […]

D&D Blog Hop: Day 11

February 11, 2014Written by Darkwarren - Published on

Day 11: First splatbook you begged your DM to approve? Don’t think I ever really had to beg for one. But we do have a story about DM’s and accepted splatbooks from our gaming group that later became infamous. Imagine a D&D bachelor party where our long-standing group’s current DM is the bachelor we’re celebrating. […]

D&D Blog Hop: Day 10

February 10, 2014Written by Darkwarren - Published on

Day 10: First gaming magazine you ever bought (Dragon, Dungeon, White Dwarf, etc.). I can still remember walking into Cray Egor’s game store out in Henrietta NY (which later became Millennium Games & Hobbies although if you attended Gen Con Indy you may have seen his dozen or so tables) and seeing their shelf of […]

D&D Blog Hop: Day 9

February 9, 2014Written by Darkwarren - Published on

Day 9: First campaign setting (homebrew or published) you played in? As I started playing D&D with the famous red box, more specifically the 1983 revision with Larry Elmore’s classic art- the roaring Red Dragon in mid bite towards a Conan-esque fighter desperately swinging a magic longsword- on the cover, I guess I’d have to […]