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  1. Who is this guy?

    Hello everyone! This will just be a short post to let you know who I am, and why Iím here.

    My name is Walt, and Iíve been playing and running RPGís for a long time. I got started with D&D back in 1979, using the original books plus Holmes Basic, and I started as a DM in 1981. Iíve played or run at least 25 systems, and in a range of genres, but the great bulk of my GM experience is with AD&D (1st edition) and D&D 3.5.

    I run homebrew settings almost exclusively.
  2. Rob's Fantasy Grounds Experiences...

    by , March 14th, 2016 at 21:21 (Rob2e's "Fantasy Grounds - The Experience!")
    Hi Gang.

    I started playing D&D in 1981. I was 15 years old. In my first campaign, my friends and I knew nothing, so we had a guest DM (a 12 year old) who was willing to run a game for us. I made a Magic User (with 4 HP) and as we started our first game, we were wandering down a village street when the DM handed me a hand written note. It read, "You have been hit with a crossbow bolt. You are dead. Please do not react to any of the other players." I of course immediately ...

    Updated March 20th, 2016 at 18:09 by rob2e

  3. New Call of Cthulhu Adventures Await

    Immerse yourself in the world of H.P. Lovecraft with the new release, The House of R'lyeh. Five new adventures are included for your group of intrepid adventures. Pursue leads to secret places and hidden cults. Don't go mad.

    The Art of Madness
    A strange grave robbery and the disappearances of three artists draw the Investigators to a bizarre school in subterranean ...
  4. Venture into Icewind Dale during the time of the Sundering!

    D&D and Forgotten Realms fans are familiar with The Ten Towns region made famous by author R. A. Salvatore and featured in games such as D&D Icewind Dale - The Enhanced Edition by Beamdog.

    Dungeon Masters can now bring their players to this region during the pivotal moments surrounding the period of time known as the Sundering. It sets the groundwork ...
  5. Wizards of the Coast announces the OGL and what it means for Fantasy Grounds

    Tuesday, January 12, 2016 was an important day in the tabletop RPG gaming world. On this day, Wizards of the Coast announces the long-anticipated Open Gaming License and System Reference Document 5.0 for use with D&D fifth edition. While they had previously released the D&D Basic Rules for players and DMs, this was an even broader release of rules that should allow more people to try out the game or even play it indefinitely. As the only licensee for D&D fifth edition digital tools, ...
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