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  • What Jesse and Leslie do is no more than play a kind of Dungeons and Dragons game without hard and fast rules or twelve-sided dice for that matter.

    MOVIE Review of the Day: Bridge to Terabithia

  • A substantial number of fantasy devotees also engage in role-playing games of the Dungeons and Dragons type.

    Kenneth Hartman: The Gangs Of Readers In Prison

  • At least the smart ones, the dorky ones who liked to play Dungeons and Dragons.

    Sandip Roy: Joel Stein and the Curry Problem

  •   He was, I decided, one of those guys who was obsessed with role playing games like Dungeons and Dragons in high school; misfit guys shamed into lives of fantasy by the scarlet bubbles of acne percolating across their faces.

    My Date With Satan

  • And the book is very stylish on all other fronts as well except for the cover – but this is, I suppose the fate of scifi-novels; looking like Dungeons and Dragons books.

    Re-Reading Hardwired

  • Christopher Heath lives in Indiana and has been writing fantasy for over a decade, either as a role-playing game designer under the official Dungeons and Dragons logo or producing short stories and novels for his Azieran fantasy world.

    Mini-interview: Christopher Heath |

  • Since its inception in the early 1970s, the Dungeons and Dragons role-playing game has attracted millions of fans, both of the game itself and the numerous worlds that were created as settings for its adventures.

    The Worlds of D&D: Overview

  • In 2000 the new, 3rd Edition of the Dungeons and Dragons game was published by new owners Wizards of the Coast.

    Archive 2009-10-01

  • Jar-Jar before there was Jar-Jar, Tasslehoff Burrfoot may actually be the single most annoying character ever created in the entire history of Dungeons and Dragons and all of its spin-offs over the past forty years, with the Dragonlance wizard Fizban coming in at a close second.

    The Worlds of D&D: Dragonlance

  • CNN is reporting that David Lance Arneson, who co-created Dungeons and Dragons with the late Gary Gygax in 1974, has died from cancer at age 61.

    David Lance Arneson, Co-Creator of DUNGEONS & DRAGONS, Dies

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