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Many centuries before Dungeons & Dragons was even a glimmer in the eye of Gary Gygax, ancient Egyptians were rolling a d20 die.
Students at the elite university pay homage to the late creator of Dungeons & Dragons with a giant 20-sided die.
Wired offers a richly detailed portrait of a man who forged an industry around Dungeons & Dragons and in so doing laid the "the cornerstone of geek culture."
Co-creator of Dungeons & Dragons died Tuesday at the age of 69, after suffering from heart problems.
A series of popular titles, combined with inexpensive consoles from Microsoft and Nintendo, could be what insulates the game industry from the chilly economy.
The brand-new D&D Insider will allow players to run campaigns with their friends across the Internet without having to own all the iconic books.
Let's take a moment to thank Gary Gygax for the game that kept a generation of geeky kids entertained before everyone had home computers.