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Dungeon Notes by Jeff Perryman

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Dungeon Notes are drawn, doodled, and written by Jeff Perryman. The notes were created over the last few years and Jeff was gracious enough to share them with all of us.

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10 Responses to “Dungeon Notes #13”
  1. Tumorseal says:

    Why do you keep posting these? They suck.

  2. Yax says:

    @Tumorseal: Thank you for your opinion. Please feel free to go ahead and acquire class. We love constructive criticism, but what you are doing is just rude.

  3. DandDGuy says:

    (Tumorseal I agree with Yax its Rude so stop dining it). I think it would be a major bump in the parties coffers I would say that is about a 4 mill GP Gem “forgive me I am being geeky again”.

  4. Tumorseal has every right to think my notes suck.
    They will not appeal to everyone and in truth, they reflect on a much older version of the game. Younger players only exposed to the more current game may not understand, or appreciate the references.
    I created the notes to entertain myself and it is easy to understand that what tickles me, someone else will find as stupid.
    Now I have to agree with Yax and the others that indeed, the method of expression is not as expectable as we would like to present on the boards, but I do offer that I am interested in knowing *Why* they suck to you. Please Tumorseal, express your opinion so that I may improve the quality of my product.

  5. DandDGuy says:

    So there are other old School gamers out their and I am not the only one.

  6. Been playing since 1976 baby!! Go Chainmail!!

  7. DandDGuy says:

    You have me beat 1983 1st ed D and D as well as others.

  8. Alorindawn says:

    Lol @ Notes. They do indeed bring a bit of the *old skool* flavor to the top. 1983, red box basic D&D set. You ain’t the only old dice slinger here DandDguy.

    Keep the notes coming Jeff.

  9. DandDGuy says:

    Thanks, Jeff Is there any way that you can write articles and have them posted by staff. because I would like to share what I know about the game and role playing in general.

  10. George says:

    More Dungeon Notes!

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