Tag Archives: D&Development

D&Development: The Mystara Gazetteer Series

It has been quite some time since I’ve written an article in this series. The purpose of the D&Development posts is to discuss some of the biggest influences on me as a Dungeon Master from the earliest days of my … Continue reading

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D&Development: DragonStrike

It’s been a few months since my last D&Development post. In these retrospectives, I like to discuss some of the most important influences upon me as a D&D fan. Generally, these are things like my first rolepaying experience (Ravenloft), a … Continue reading

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D&Development: Dragonlance

It’s been a while since I wrote a D&Development post. While I have already covered two of my favorite campaign settings, Ravenloft and Dark Sun, I’ve only mentioned today’s entry, the world of Krynn, in a few posts here and … Continue reading

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D&Development: Endless Quest and AD&D Adventure Gamebooks

It’s time once again for a post about the biggest influences on me as a fan of Dungeons & Dragons. This time around, we’ll look back at the world of that distinctly 80s item, the interactive gamebook. More specifically, we’ll … Continue reading

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D&Development: The Dragonriders of Pern

Last week, I was saddened to hear of the passing of Anne McCaffrey. As most of my readers undoubtedly know, McCaffrey was a prolific science-fiction and fantasy author. Her Dragonriders of Pern series is her most popular work, and it … Continue reading

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D&Development: Dark Sun

Yesterday, I went to an old friend’s house to play board games and visit for a while. The conversation turned to games we had been playing lately, and I mentioned that I had just played the new D&D board game, … Continue reading

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D&Development: The D&D Basic “Red Box”

The first real Dungeons & Dragons product I owned (apart from Endless Quest books, I suppose) was the Basic Rules “Red Box” set, pictured above.  I distinctly remember driving to my local Waldenbooks to purchase it with some hard earned … Continue reading

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