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I distinctly remember this movie from when it came out because it meshed so nicely with the anti D&D right-wing fundamentalism movement of the time. Despite the furor about the dangers of D&D it turned out that the real danger wasn’t kids playing games, but religious extremism. Irony, you are a complete bastard.
Publisher Goodman Games Writing Credits Cartography by Clayton Bunce, Chuck Whelon & Brad McDevitt Editing Art Credits Graphic design by Joseph Goodman Game Contents 32 pages, b&w Guidelines Book of Geomorphic Maps MSRP $10.99 Reviewer Andy Vetromile Games and geomorphic maps: They just seem to go together. Board games – everything from WizWar to RoboRally – [...]
If you’re like me – and if you’re reading this there’s like a 75% chance you ARE me – then when you heard about a D&D movie coming out you probably wondered which property of TSR would provide the setting. Would it be a movie set in the World of Greyhawk, Blackmoor, or the Forgotten Realms? Would it have the characters from the Dragonlance series? Or feature the grim dark-elf Drizzt Do’Urden? Or would they be doing a live-action version of the eponymous cartoon series?