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From the White Box to 5e: What a long, strange trip it’s been.

Some forty years ago, a young man embarked on a grand journey. It started in the home of a friend where a totally new kind of game was being played. Some nine hours later, at around 3:30 in the morning, that young man determined that there was no greater game. Nothing compared. Nothing was even remotely close.

As the years progressed, the young man ran games, and played in games, and read all manner of books and lore crafted by the great authors and creators of the time. He dug into novels and supplements. He studied rulebooks and strange manuals replete with all manner of bizarre and frightening creatures. He played first edition, second edition, third edition… went back to second edition, and kept playing and playing.

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(We pushed it from the 20th as his minions weren’t able to wake him from his slumber. When he sleeps, boy does he sleep!)

(The snoring does. not. stop!)

The Writings of Alphinius Goo

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