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Posted: Nov 6th 2008 1:55PM Snorii said

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I've played DDO a little bit. I imagine it would be a lot of fun if you found a regular group of friends to play it with.

Posted: Nov 6th 2008 1:55PM ttvp said

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While I can't profess to having the most D&D experience, I have had my fair share with the tabletop game, since 3rd edition. Currently doing a 4th edition game every other week. Also played the Baldur's Gate games and Neverwinter Nights. Good times. Played some D&D Online during and after beta. Good game but I didn't have the income to support another MMO at the time. This would be awesome and give me a chance to check out all the new features, especially the monk.

Posted: Nov 6th 2008 2:04PM Ironraptor said

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Olayed 2nd edtion 3rd and 3.5. Loved the bioware games

Posted: Nov 6th 2008 2:03PM (Unverified) said

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Tabletop D&D began for me in high school, but moving away to college made it difficult to continue. During and after college, I found solace in Neverwinter Nights until finally I found that DDO was being launched. Since then, DDO has been my main source for DnD.

@Snorii - DDO is even better with a regular group of friends. Guilds are a great way to play the game with the people you enjoy being with.

Posted: Nov 6th 2008 2:25PM preciousj said

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Played back in the days of the Red Box. Yeah, I'm old.

Posted: Nov 6th 2008 2:09PM (Unverified) said

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Pen & paper, and various electronic versions. I played DDO in beta and release, but it never really grabbed me. I've been interested in checking it out again, but not really interested in paying for it.

Posted: Nov 6th 2008 2:14PM Anatidae said

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I would play the game if I won! I have been meaning to check it out. Maybe this will be my time.

Posted: Nov 9th 2008 9:04PM drunkenpandaren said

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Planescape: Torment

Posted: Nov 6th 2008 2:25PM (Unverified) said

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I love DDO, I think it is a very high quality MMO like the original Asheron's Call. I played other D&D games before this one but DDO allows another level of interaction and regular new content that makes it the best electronic D&D game available.

Posted: Nov 6th 2008 2:17PM (Unverified) said

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This would be a perfect gift for my son as he is a huge fan and player of D&D...Christmas is right around the corner and this would make his day. I enjoy him playing the games with a group of older adults next door because I know that he stays out of trouble. He has fun and his imagination swores. Please count me in for your giveaway...this would be a remarkable win for me and an awesomely cool gift for my son (who is 15)...

Thanks a million, Barb :)

Posted: Nov 6th 2008 2:20PM (Unverified) said

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Yep, I've played some 4.0 tabletop D&D before. DDO is great fun!

Posted: Nov 6th 2008 2:23PM (Unverified) said

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Oh, yeah. I've played D&D in various forms for something like 18 years. I've played most of the computer iterations, too. In fact, I'm going to visit some friends tonight to continue our adventures in Paizo's excellent Rise of the Runelords Adventure Path. Also, I am an avid DDO player. I love me some d20s!

Posted: Nov 6th 2008 2:53PM (Unverified) said

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I play DDO!

And you should too.

Posted: Nov 6th 2008 2:31PM (Unverified) said

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I used to play DDO but it was rough solo in the early days. Hear it is better now and would be interested in finding out.

Posted: Nov 6th 2008 2:47PM BelShamharoth said

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Some of my favorite memories are playing with my friends.

Posted: Nov 6th 2008 3:28PM (Unverified) said

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I started in '84 when AD&D was on the shelves, still have my basic set with the dice and the crayon in it. Played Pools of Radiance the first month it was out on my Commodore 64. Then Curse of the Azure Bonds, and now DDO.

Posted: Nov 6th 2008 2:51PM (Unverified) said

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Yup, I started with Basic Edition, then Expert, then Advanced. I skipped over AD&D 2.0 and jumped right to 3.0. We partially adopped some 3.5 rules but never moved to it and will never move to 4.0, its a piece of junk. I've been playing DDO for about 2 years, and its great fun, if you haven't played or haven't played recently, now's the time!

Posted: Nov 6th 2008 2:45PM (Unverified) said

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Been playing in one form or another for 15+ years. Started out in live action as a teenager, moved onto tabletop around age 20. Played dnd online for awhile when it came out, and am back to playing tabletop now every other Sunday :)

Posted: Nov 6th 2008 2:47PM au071 said

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Only PC games.

Posted: Nov 6th 2008 2:52PM (Unverified) said

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First played D&D 2nd edition while in middle school. Moved onto 3.0/3.5 when it was released but reluctant to welcome it with open arms. Just recently purchased the 3 core books for 4.0 and have only played a very brief game of it at the local brick and mortar shop.

I've also played nearly every D&D based PC game that there is to date.

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