Dungeons and Dragons is a game as old as dirt… really, really old dirt. It’s amazing that a game has thrived across so many generations and continues to thrive to this day. Versions may come and go, and new companies will run the ship aground on occasion, but the things that really keeps the ship sailing is the players themselves. There is no great ruleset, map, model, or class that makes Dungeons and Dragons work. It is the collective imaginations of the players (and Dungeon Masters) that creates game sessions that we still talk about decades later. The folks at Surly Dragon have been playing this game since they could read. Collectively, they have over a century of gaming experience. (Think about that for a second… it makes us old.) The purpose of the Surly Dragon is three-fold:
At the end of the day, it is hoped that folks find the site equally entertaining and useful.