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Today is a sad day for geeks everywhere.

Gary Gygax passed today.


Mar 04 2008, 11:58 pm
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I saw that, I am saddened.

:cry:


::gets out the black d20s::

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Mar 05 2008, 1:44 am
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Yep. For those of us who grew up with D&D we owe him a lot.

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I remember playing with the very first version. People that creative are treasures - he's gonna be missed.

Ken


Mar 05 2008, 11:03 am
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TrevorGraylock wrote:
Today is a sad day for geeks everywhere.

Gary Gygax passed today.


And I felt a great disturbance in the Force, as if millions of rules lawyers cried out in anguish, and were abruptly silenced.

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I've just reached the end of this weeks 'Economist'
The obituary there is for Gary Gygax!

And the Geek shall inherit the earth. Or at least sidle into the big institutions.

It amused me at least.

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Mar 20 2008, 4:12 am
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The Economist! Wow - that shows he had an effect on the world that has been and still is underestimated. He and Clark both showed the power of imagination over convention. Thank god(s) for both.

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