d&d first edition
I love the smell of First Edition D&D in the morning!

If you’re new to this blog, then you may not know that I occasionally do “marathons” of series I’m really into. My marathons consist of me doing constant posts on various entries and adaptations within a singular series, while also putting out my usual stream of content on the side. The first marathon I did was for Phantasy Star, while the second was for Digimon. The marathon for the next few months will be about Dungeons & Dragons!

D&D was the FIRST RPG of any sort to be made, resulting in the creation of a genre that has spanned decades at this point. I recently reviewed Neverwinter Nights, so I thought it was a good time to go and look back at various D&D things made over years. I’ll tackle adaptations, video-games, and even my experiences with said board-game.

Keep in mind that I’m not the biggest expert on D&D. I know the basics of the game and have indulged in many of its adaptations, but I’m not some “seasoned Dungeon Master”. I’m no expert, but I know enough about the series as a whole to give an informed opinion on it.

With that being said, I hope you guys enjoy this marathon. I’ll try to make it last the first quarter of this year, from now until March. I should have enough Dungeons & Dragons material to cover to fill that time-slot! If not, I could I just play and review a bunch of Neverwinter Nights expansions. I’ve got enough of those to cover at least 8 reviews! Anyway, I hope you all enjoy the content I bring next. Thanks once again for supporting my work and reading this blog!

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