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> D&D 5th and the "Stranger Things" Phenomina., Chatting about old school table top role playing.
Blue Rose
post Aug 13 2017, 08:37 AM
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Hi. How are things WAU? Things have changed! Nice.
Well this is Blue Rose, the infamous BR's sister.


Yes so I'm playing a bucket load of 5th edition D&D at the moment and I've been in a game that's gone on for about 7 months now. I'm loving it. Tales of my Barbarian, flying pyramids, encounters with the pygmy people and shipwrecked adventures with pirates.

So, what's new with you guys?

Oh and did anyone else enjoy how much table top D&D helped drive the story in Stranger Things?
The series "Legion" also helped out a bit too.
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Red Dragon
post Oct 18 2017, 10:14 PM
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Not seen Stranger things but I am just about to start a 5th Ed campaign in a week or two. All the players are old crusty geezers like me so we are trying to get the baby sitters arranged biggrin.gif

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Omg you nerd.

[quote name='GT' post='2031419' date='Jun 15 2012, 09:24 PM']
Red still looks awesome.

[color=#336666]"He knows a lot about Doctor Who"
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