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So some time has passed since my first Dungeons & Dragons post. Since then I have been doing some more research online. I have learned that their have been several versions of the game have been released since 1974. The current version of Dungeons and Dragons is Version 4.0. It’s supposed to be a lot easier for newcomers to the game to grasp. In my case, I take that as very positive news. It was also encouraging to find that I am not the only one learning how to play the game. Gabe from Penny Arcade has also been taking steps to learn how run a D&D game as you can read on the Penny Arcade blog.



To Be Continued…


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  1. @Pashira,

    I have heard people around town talk about that and the differences between 3.5 and 4. I think I might be doing a post on it in the near future. Thanks for your comments!

  2. Eh, people just say that. There’s not much in the actual system that could make it better. People don’t like that it CAN be so combat heavy (simply because there’s a million more moves now) but it doesn’t have to be.

    I may be talking out of ass.

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