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Happy Worldwide D&D Game Day! 25

Posted by Zonk
from the this-is-how-i-roll dept.
The official Wizards of the Coast site notes that today is Worldwide Dungeons and Dragons Game Day. All day your Friendly Local Gaming Store will be running events using the D&D 3.5 rules, as well as skirmishes for Dungeons and Dragons minis. The official link there has downloadable character sheets if you want to go play, and the minis section of the site has rules and regs for the skirmish scenarios. The list of participating locations is available online ... so get rolling.
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Happy Worldwide D&D Game Day!

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  • Huzzah! (Score:5, Funny)

    by Enoxice (993945) on Saturday November 03, 2007 @11:20AM (#21223821) Journal
    It's like Valentine's Day, but I'm taking part in it!
  • by vjmurphy (190266) on Saturday November 03, 2007 @11:26AM (#21223855) Homepage
    I just did a Saving Throw versus Angry Spouse and lost, so looks like I'll be cleaning out the garage, instead.
    • This whole thing could be avoided if you had sufficient ranks in Profession (Divorce Lawyer), you know. Maybe you can get the DM to make you let an untrained skill check, if you're lucky.
      • only on slashdot can you suggest people get divorced over dungeons and dragons :) personally I'm sitting at home with meh kids, going through all that old SRD stuff I have hacking up for all my personalized utilities I've been meaning to code for a couple of years. I'd rather my girlfriend not be an "NPC" right now, though. (Rolls for charisma ... gets a date?)
    • by FataL187 (1100851) on Saturday November 03, 2007 @11:39AM (#21223943) Homepage
      You play D&D and you have a wife! What kind of arcane magic is this? It's power is like nothing I have ever seen.

      -FataL
  • Now if only they had smell-o-vision for web sites, so those of us who can't attend could smell the unwashed bodies and Doritos...
  • by totallygeek (263191) <sellis@totallygeek.com> on Saturday November 03, 2007 @11:59AM (#21224105) Homepage
    I am having a great time since returning to play after twenty years. Some of us at work have a lunch session once or twice per week. I think DnD is going to be around forever because there is endless material and the rules just continue to build in order to give the game more things to track.
  • I've been looking for a good game here for years.
    kendall area.
  • I work in a comic book store where one of these game days took place. The DM I had was good, but there was this really ugly fat chick who talked too much and had no idea what she was doing which was annoying. I didn't really mind the two kids and their father playing because I saw it as a good thing for them to be doing together and for the kids to get a taste of a different adventure. That said, the adventure itself was only combat, no puzzles, no roleplaying, barely any skill use. It was just fight after

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