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Author Topic: DM of the Rings  (Read 2552 times)


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DM of the Rings
« on: December 21, 2007, 03:24:18 PM »
I laughed my way right through this, even though I Know next to nothing about D&D:  8)
Lord of the Rings is more or less the foundation of modern D&D. The latter rose from the former, although the two are now so estranged that to reunite them would be an act of savage madness. Imagine a gaggle of modern hack-n-slash roleplayers who had somehow never been exposed to the original Tolkien mythos, and then imagine taking those players and trying to introduce them to Tolkien via a D&D campaign.

Yes, the whole epic in webcomic form, with stills from the movies matches with some very original dialogue.  :P


If you don't see how it can fail -
you haven't understood it properly.
« Last Edit: December 21, 2007, 03:25:54 PM by JennyB »


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Re: DM of the Rings
« Reply #1 on: December 21, 2007, 05:40:41 PM »
CXLIV pages (whatever that is (164?) + outtakes/deleted scenes)

even though I Know next to nothing about D&D
me too -
dont even know what DM* is :tellme: but I have read the book - coming at it from the wrong end :)

really enjoyed it! (well as far as XXXII...)

* Dungeon Master ? hah good guess (just googled) well okay probably fairly obvious :-\