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Entry #3: Cats: They Burn Stuff

Earlier this week, I announced that we would give away 5 copies of Dungeons & Dreamers (coming in March 2014) for the best stories about playing Dungeons & Dragons, or MMORPGS, or role-playing games, or computer games in general. The rules aren’t really important. Telling us a good story about playing games with friends is […]

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Entry #2: The Tarnished Paladin

Two days ago, I announced that we’d give away 5 copies of Dungeons & Dreamers (coming in March 2014) for the best stories about playing Dungeons & Dragons, or MMORPGS, or computer games in general. The only criteria: the stories had to be about playing with friends. You can see my story here and you can […]

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Framed: A Game of Interactive Storytelling

Any talk of community and computer games always leads back to one idea: storytelling. The games I’ve found most engaging haven’t been the ones that use mechanics to get me from place to place. Instead, they’ve been games like Myst, which laid out its narrative environments and allowed me to construct a story using clues […]

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On the 40th Anniversary of Dungeons & Dragons

Our book comes out in mid-March (get your pre-order copies here), which is coincidentally the 40th anniversary of the release of Dungeons & Dragons. When I found out yesterday about the upcoming anniversary, I started reminiscing about the first time I played the game. I purchased the infamous Dungeons & Dragons red box Starter Set […]

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