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January 30th, 2013, 23:04
Originally Posted by ToddMcF2002 View Post
I played D&D in the late 70's and 80's on graph paper. Only Baldurs and the other licensed PC games kept me aware of the rules changes. Still, 4e was a big adjustment. I played the Starter Redbox for 4e and it quickly became apparent that pretty tactical map would really enhance the experience. Plus, the modules don't come with big maps if you can believe that. So you either start drawing digitally or manually or head in this direction. This direction is allot of fun.
Thanks for showing your digital D&D set up - it looks fun! I love seeing all the different ways people play tabletop with recent technology. One day I'd like to get a big touchscreen to play on, if I ever get a group of my own going.

We should have a dedicated tabletop D&D thread somewhere on the forum.
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