I’m wondering if regular visitors to the site have any indication of recent comments on the site.
I get a very different site experience depending on whether I’m signed in as a moderator or not.
What would help you, as a visitor to keep abreast of any conversation that’s happenning here?
David Ewalt, the author of “Of Dice and Men: The Story of Dungeons & Dragons and the people who play it” delivers a lecture on the origins of Fantasy Roleplaying and of Dungeons & Dragons in particular.
It is very interesting and worth a look.
Please comment and share something of your own experience with D&D.
There’s a lot of strange folk at the Hogshead…
If you are a long-time local here or if you just poke your head in on the way to Zonko’s please leave a comment and tell us what you’d like to be discussing and in what format.
We haven’t had much discussion for quite a while and we need to be more deliberate- if that’s what we want to do.
Maybe you’d like a general posting area that is like a free-for-all discussion, more topical posts by members and discussion in respose (like we have always done). We could also migrate completely to the Hogshead Forum (http://thehogshead.org/forum).
You may feel that there just isn’t enough of what brought you to the pub still going on to warrant a portion of your time. That’s fine. Please drop a comment and let us know.
One of the things I loved doing from when i was a young teen was making costumes and finding excuses to wear them. It started from when I became interested in role-playing games. I’d already had an interest in sci-fi from my childhood. I usually made warrior-type costumes. I’m doing what I can to get my kids going this way. I just made this breastplate for my almost three year old son…
He cried until I took it off…
What’s he called in your neck of the woods?
I suppose that there is nothing that braces one more thoroughly than the forces of darkness stubbing their toe
If you know the author and book, show us how widely read you are.
If not, have fun and guess.