I'd like to see player handbooks and such on the Kindle. Would sure be nicer than carrying all those books, dice, etc with me... Of course, first DH and I would actually have to find a tabletop game rather than sitting around talking about it...magehammer said:I am a gamer since 1982. I was wondering how many others of us have joined the Kindle revolution?
I am also hoping we can convince gaming companies who publish fiction for their games publish on Kindle. Especially WotC.
Gamers...sound off, please.
Didn't Robert Asprin edit a collection of stories set in D&D? Thieves World? It's been 25 years but I remember liking the first collection.Bacardi Jim said:Well, I used to play a lot of D&D. But, frankly, the D&D fiction (Dragonlance, Forgotten Realms, etc.) is 99% crap. The only D&D-inspired books I've found that are worth reading/Kindlizing are the works of Raymond Feist.
One man's opinion--YMMV.
It was a shared world concept, I know. But was that based on D&D? I can't remember for sure, but the memory fog in my head tells me no.ScottBooks said:Didn't Robert Asprin edit a collection of stories set in D&D? Thieves World? It's been 25 years but I remember liking the first collection.