Role Playing Games – DD7


Role Playing Games

Dom talks about the three (3) role playing games that he loved playing.

He also talks a little about the differences in electronic role playing games and pen and paper or tabletop role playing games.


Dom explains about the time when he played Shadowrun and talks about the Archetypes and Races that are found in Shadowrun.  He also talks about why he liked Shadowrun and why he didn’t like Shadowrun.




Secondly, he talks about when he played Cyberpunk, the different Races and Roles that can be found in Cyberpunk and what he has played.  He also talks about the things he liked and didn’t like about Cyberpunk.


D&D booksDungeons and Dragons

Dom’s all time love in role playing games.  He talks about what he loves about it and what he dislikes about it.  He talks about the different races and classes that can be played as well as what he has played.  He talks about when he was a player and when he ran games (Dungeon Master).  He also talks about creating he own worlds in D&D.


Dom finishes off the podcast with a poem he wrote after Gary Gygax, the creater of Dungeons & Dragons, passed away.

Gary Gygax 2007

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2 thoughts on “Role Playing Games – DD7

  1. Oh RP. Love. Husband still rolls dice with the gents when they are available to meet up (one such gent live in Scotchland now, which makes in-person D&Ding difficult, but they have been known to nerd via Skype). I used to be hugely into play-by-post RPG on forums (which is not news). It was all about the writing. That’s definitely not a thing in my life anymore, but I really appreciate and am thankful for the experience. 🙂

    • I loved rolling the dice. We just don’t have anybody to play with right now. 🙂 Yeah, one guy living in Scotland must make things hard. Yeah, I remember you being awesome at RPG in the forums. That was never really my cup of tea, but I know people loved it. I loved reading it through. 🙂

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