Nov 29, 2008
Nov 1, 2008
On my twelfth birthday my grandparents bought me a red box with a dragon on it that they thought I would enjoy because I had such a vivid imagination. It was, of course, the Basic D&D box, and so my gaming life began. None of my friends had ever heard of the game, however, and so many of my early friendships were formed...
Oct 28, 2008
One of the challenges of
being brought up in a military family is that you have to get used
to moving a lot. This leads to two things: 1) You tend to
become very close with your family and need to find ways to have
fun with each other and 2) You need to figure out ways to make
The first issue...
Oct 2, 2008
[Note: Raef was a founding host of the D6 Generation but has since moved on from the show. He still contributes via The Hollywood Minute segment and occasional guest spots in the third chair.]
I was instantly hooked into miniature wargaming when, as a 12 year old boy, my family took my brother and meto Gettysburg,...