In 1980, I put “Dungeons & Dragons” on my xmas list for my grandmother. Her exact words were, “Dungeons & Dragons? Isn’t that the game all the college kids are playing?” That December I found the red-box D&D set under my tree. She had absolutely no idea.
Since then I’ve been GMing pretty much constantly and I have developed a rather large collection of more games than I will ever have time to run. As a consequence I’ve been switching games too often, because there’s always something cool on the shelf calling my name.
Lately, I’ve been running Dresden Files (based in DC), Hollow Earth Expedition, the new edition of Hackmaster, a bit of Call of Cthulhu, and soon returning (again) to Legend of the Five Rings.
Personally, I prefer the term “Nerd”.
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