After that first summer, playing Keep on the Borderlands solo, I didn't play again until the next summer. I went to summer camp, two weeks away from home. While there I hung out with some kids who talked about D&D the whole time. I later discovered they were playing something that resembled D&D but they were not playing the real game, and they were the worst sort of Munchkins.
|The village of Hommlet is the only one that's really stuck with me over the years.|
|The DragonLance modules and the Isle of Dread were all favorites.|
|The Slave Lords modules were great fun. I never had the first one in the series. Red Arrow, Black Shield was a map based strategy game. I still have the pieces for it.|
|For gamers of a certain age this should really take you back.|
|And this. Countless hours were spent staring at these images.|