Yeah - anyone can claim to be from the Old School (and thus glory in the fabulous honors and rewards thereof), but can they prove it? I was at the parents' house last night looking through old photos and found a few of me getting my old D-n-D expert set and a couple AD-n-D books.
You'll also notice a Crossbows and Catapults add-on and Robotech model in this last one. Don't know why I'm doing the paparazzi move in the photo though. And though I no longer have the box for the Expert set, I still have the expert books and those AD-n-D books to this day. Actually - I have that Crossbows and Catapults stashed somewhere as well. The Robotech model put up a good fight, but was eventually lost.
Great stuff Matt, not just for the D&D but for C&C too, I loved that game and recently passed it on to the kids down the road. :-)ReplyDelete
Nice glasses, nerd.ReplyDelete
No, really, nice glasses, nerd. ONE-OF-US!
Yeah - can you imagine that kid grew up to be a nerd? Go figure!ReplyDelete
That first picture is awesome.ReplyDelete
Something about pushing monopoly aside and the way you are standing... it begs to be photoshopped into an Elf or Halfling opening a chest and pulling out the "magic box".
Great share. I was much, much older before my parents got me enough to give me gifts that I wanted without their using the but this is the limit on what is acceptable for a normal gift filter!ReplyDelete
Awesome. My family never bought me any gaming stuff. I did get the Greyhawk boxed set from a friend once.ReplyDelete
Love the paparazzi pose.
I had those same glasses. And the same haircut.ReplyDelete
It's like there was a 1980's geek kid kit or something.
Yeah - it was called "your mom chooses your glasses and haircut".ReplyDelete
Great pics. Thanks for sharing. I agree that the pic where you push Monopoly aside is CLASSIC! :)ReplyDelete