The Dungeon-Master has died


#1

:frowning:

Gary Gygax, dead at 69.

blog.wired.com/underwire/2008/03 … y-gyg.html

I gamed a lot in the 80’s in Rupert and though we never sat around a table throwing dice together, I met my husband via a guy who I got to do some character art for me, not to mention a lot of friends. Good times, good times…

R.I.P. Gary


#2

Is anyone here a cleric high enough level to cast “raise dead”?


#3

… he didn’t make his saving throw?


#4

Man that sucks. That man defined my childhood.

wizards.com/default.asp?x=dnd/welcome


#5

Ok, last one, I promise.

He will be critically missed.


#6

The sad part is, that most people don’t realize just how influential Gary was to modern culture.


#7

Awesome:

First is from xkcd, second is penny arcade.

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#8

More Gygax linkage:

New York Times: “Geek Love”


#9

I love that flowchart. Awesome stuff.


#10

Thanks to MiG for that article…I’ve been struggling to try and sum up what Gary’s world meant to a lot of people when I talk to my younger online friends and “Geek Love” did the job perfectly.

The comix rocked as well.  sniffs


#11