The Quest for 5th Edition
Out of the blue, my 12-year-old son, Andrew, tells me that he wants to play Dungeons & Dragons. I was immediately excited and crushed at the same time. Excited, because I remember playing and enjoying D&D as a kid; and crushed, because I don’t want to contribute to the delinquency dorkiness of a minor.
I used to play during the heydays days of D&D in the 80’s. You kids would call me a Grognard. And I owned it all; the Basic Box, the Expert Box, all of the Advanced Dungeons and Dragon books, all of the 2nd Edition AD&D books, most of the modules (and all of the Dragon Magazine Top 30), and all of the Campaign Settings, from Krynn, to Greyhawk, and my favorite, the Forgotten Realms of Faerun.
You would think that I could set my son up pretty sweet for…
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