Its seems like an eternity ago that I used to huddle in one the art classrooms that our art teacher Mr Dawson used to let us play Dungeons and Dragons and other role playing games during our lunch break with other nerdy pals of mine. Alas I gave up on it by part of the way through year 8, but my other friends carried on, making their way into magic cards, RPG conventions and live role playing. Even though it was a small part of me growing up (I never really quite got the grasp of it due to the fact that I never owned any D&D books and some other unnamed people deemed not smart enough to figure out the rules, so they just didn’t tell me squat at all), it is something that I look back fondly on.
Anyway, Happy 30th Birthday Dungeons and Dragons. I roll my 20 sided die in your honour ðŸ˜€