Joel from Boing Boing Gadgets has some exciting news about Dungeons and Dragons 4.0 -- I really miss my miniature-painting AD&D days. One of these days, I'm going to have to find me a local game.
I had a chance to talk to some folks from Wizards of the Coast about Dungeons & Dragons 4.0 a few weeks ago and intend to pay more attention to it in the future, but Kieron Gillen from Rock, Paper, Shotgun does a good job explaining why the next version of the pen-and-paper role playing classic may actually bring many lapsed players back into the fold. Part of D&D4 will be the addition of computer-based tools to facilitate remote play of table-top games, with real 3D miniatures and VOIP.
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