I clearly remember how I first got into Dungeons and Dragons. I was 15 years old at the time. My friend Tim was a member of Mensa, and told me that they had this thing called Dungeons and Dragons that they played. Since I was a big fan of Tolkein’s Hobbit and Lord of the Rings, Tim’s description of D&D sounded perfect. I wrote an IQ test and discovered I missed the grade by a couple of points: the fact that I wrote the test on the day I found out my Dad had died might have had an impact, but I also never really claimed to be a genius. But the desire to play D&D remained.
April 19, 2007 (BELLEVUE, Wash.) â€“ Paizo Publishing and Wizards of the Coast today announced the conclusion of Paizoâ€™s license to produce DRAGON and DUNGEON magazines effective September 2007.
It is odd how the death of a magazine that I haven’t read in years has caused me to pause