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Discussion in 'The Breakroom' started by InMused, Nov 29, 2014.
Go find a 1st edition set of books - the hipster thread needs newish material anyway.
On the subject of geek/dork/nerd. A friend of mine keeps reminding me that we are alpha nerds since we are married and have kids we usually the only non vergins in the gaming store.
I know right where a ton of that stuff is.
I thought I had been promoted to nerd herder.
Probably not all that fixed - you have seen the budding nerds in his profile pic, right?
LOL, if you guys only knew the truth.
I think I had the AD&D 2nd edition books, I'd have to find those to satisfy my OCD.
I'm temped to check the used book stores this weekend just for the heck of it.
Let's just play Rifts instead
I'm old and don't know what that is.
Post apocalyptic rpg that was fun, but like most modern systems the game play wasn't very good
Rifts - by Palladium. It's a game/genre that takes a cross-genre approach. Earth with multiple dimensions all blurring together - so Middle Earth elves might find themselves fighting next to Robotech mecha against dinosaurs.
Next you will be telling me your old school GI Joes go on adventures with LEGO MiniFigs. Maybe they go visit Action Jackson on the weekends.
That's crazy talk!
I'm sure someone, somewhere turned that into a pen and paper game.
Hey, my 3 3/4 Joes used to fight with Lego's, Transformers and Star Wars... it's called imagination.
(And no trash talking the little Joe's... they rule. )
I guess that makes me a nerk, then.
I played 2nd Ed and Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay back in the day. I spent a day a few weeks ago demonstrating 5th Ed to a whole new generation at PAX AUS.
If I bought new D&D books, my wife would never stop calling me a nerd. I think I have 3.5 books somewhere, but never played a game with those or the 3rd edition before them. I only played AD&D and 2nd edition as a kid. I have Car Wars and Duel Track somewhere in the garage, I loved Steve Jackson games. At least I still get to play with guns.