Has D&D 3.X killed off AD&D? Oct 15, 2003 3:18:28 GMT -5
Post by Draxy on Oct 15, 2003 3:18:28 GMT -5
We play with Books, Pen and paper.
Gods! I feel so alone. *sniffles* Well, it's no use being in denial anymore.
Let me introduce myself. My name is Isshia and I am an electronic-media-oholic.
I've got nearly everything on disk nowadays and use the computer to generate my maps (though I sometimes do annotate them by hand) and print and file and update both my npc sheets and my players PC record sheets. All of the books I use (which is damned near everyone ever written by TSR staffers for AD&D and alot of Netbooks as well) I have either scanned in myself or bought as electronic media files or glommed free (in the case of netbooks) off of the web at one point or another. My laptop eqautes to the multiple boxes of books I used to carry to every game that I didn't host in my home. I've got nearly 4 gigabytes of gaming stuff stored in a trio of computers and on a round dozen compact disks.
Hell, most of my actual books are in an air conditioned storage unit 5,000+ miles away from my present hearth and home.
Oh Gods! It's true! I am an electronic-media junkie! Ohhh, whoa is me! Whoa! Whoa! Whoa! I may be the first body builder/computer nerd in history. *sniffle*