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September 16th, 2003

Trip down memory lane... @ 10:32 am


I just bumped into a reference to Dragonmaster. My brain had nearly forgotten this game, but now it all comes flooding back. The cool art, the little plastic gems. Ah...
Must check Pat's list o' games to see if he has it. Thor only knows where mine went. It probably sucked anyway.
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Date:September 17th, 2003 10:12 am (UTC)
Hmm. Sean Young might have a copy, but I'm not sure.
Date:September 17th, 2003 11:43 am (UTC)


You opened up a forgotten cabinet in my brain!

FUCK, I wish I still had that game. I forgot what the objective was...but yeah, I remember the gems, the cards.

Did you have the electronic D&D games? There was a tiny hand held one, where you were an archer that had to kill a dragon, and you had to find the bow and arrow. You were in this maze...

And the larger one, where the board was a castle, and you had these metal figures that you would push down on the squares on the board, and listen for the sound that would tell you what was in there. Little plastic wall pieces to make the maze. Another maze game.


Date:September 17th, 2003 11:51 am (UTC)


Just saw the site...wow...

Now I remember, that's where I got the name of my long-running AD&D character, Xeno Yorl, who made it up to like...12th level magic user.

Or course, we got a wish in one adventure and all wished ourselves up levels, and went from 4th to 7th all at once, and spent the rest of the night rolling hit dice and looking at all the cool spells and abilities we got...


Why is that still in my brain instead of Avogadro's Number, the difference between ionic, doric, and Corinthian columns, or the cosine of -90 degrees??!?

I hate D&D
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Date:September 17th, 2003 02:38 pm (UTC)


I soooo wanted the D&D game with the grid of little squares. But I never got one. The archer game seems to be tingling little neurons here and there, but I'm not sure I remember it.

Journal of No. 118