Is “Dungeons and Dragons” still well-known?

Is “Dungeons and Dragons” still well-known?

Question by Phillip: Is “Dungeons and Dragons” still common?
I utilized to play role playing games as a teenager throughout the late 1980′s. Do thirty year olds play it?

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Answer by Sass B
Some of us nonetheless do

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5 Responses to “Is “Dungeons and Dragons” still well-known?”

  • blackangel6156:

    i dont think so but theres something new called warhammer..

  • wood_vulture:

    I used to play D&D with a 29-year-old and a 48-year-old. A classic never goes out of style.

  • DaemonJ:

    Based upon the huge popularity of computer RPGs and MMORPGs that are based on D&D or are similar, I would have to say yes.

    I’m sure there are a few groups of Pen & Paper players as well, but the computer scene is where the real “action” is.

  • kcwii:

    Yes, they still play at the local level and large conventions,

    DragonCon is a large convention I have been to where they hold
    competition play.

    I work too much to play with a group, but currently play WOW online as a RPG.

    Current D&D is different than it was back in the 80′s though. Used to be more free form play with the dungeon master having a lot more leeway to make up the story as you went a long.

    A good DM is really the key to a good game, the books should really act more as guides rather than the rule of Law.

    My age, I’m 42


  • greendonkey34:

    I am 35 and I remember that game.But I haven’t seen it in Wal Mart or any place like that.I don’t think it’s very popular now days.

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