Five Things We've Learned From D&D

1Up writes:
"The death of Dungeons & Dragons creator Gary Gygax earlier this week was a sad day for everyone who has ever lost themselves in a tabletop role-playing adventure. It's difficult to overstate just how much video games owe to Gygax's work: trying to imagine gaming without D&D is like trying to imagine modern civilization without the wheel or electricity. Sure, it could have happened, but it would have turned out radically different. So please observe a moment of silence as we recount the debt that video gaming owes to 1974's pen-and-paper classic."

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