Rolling Nostalgic

All things old school roleplaying and tabletop. With some new stuff thrown in when we get the time.

DUNGEONS & DRAGONS Still A Joke, Given To GAME NIGHT Directors

The single most important intellectual property in the history of tabletop or roleplaying gaming has been handed to Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley,...
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Rolling Nostalgic: Artist Spotlight On JEFF EASLEY

Early Years Jeff Easley — one of the most-recognized cover artists on Advanced Dungeons and Dragons rulebooks — was born in 1954 in Nicholasville, a small town...

The 10 Best 1980s DRAGON Covers With Dragons

What Do I Mean By "Best"? To me, the best Dragon covers tell a story. It's not just a wyrm breathing fire, an armored knight...

Rolling Nostalgic : DUNGEONS & DRAGONS In Ye Olden Days

As a kid growing up in the early 1980’s, I was exposed to a lot of newly produced entertainment in the fantasy genre: Conan...

Rolling Nostalgic: The First Pretenders To The D&D Throne

Greetings, programs! Your personal gaming historian Captain Jerk here with another trip to the distant past. Today we will take a look at the...

OPERATION: RESTORE HOPE, Update 2

Update 2 20:07 08/25 For all the Heathers. Take screencap, gossip. Update 21:13 08/24 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rg2SAO7v8vQ Fuck, that is tragic. She killed herself? Jesus... but let's get back to the stolen...

Rolling Nostalgic : DRAGONLANCE, War (and Remembrance) Of The Lance

Project Overlord In 1981, Tracy Hickman and his wife Laura Hickman were driving from Utah to Wisconsin so Tracy could start a job at TSR,...

The Babes Of DRAGON Magazine

Last year, when we did an article on The 10 Best Female DRAGON Covers, we deliberately avoided the cheesecake in favor of the art...

Rolling Nostalgic: STAR FLEET BATTLES The Legendary Star Trek Wargame

There is no denying that for 50 years Star Trek has been a cultural phenomena. There have been many iterations that have tried and...

UPDATE: The Forests Of Leng From TRUE DETECTIVE Revealed!

A couple of weeks ago, I wrote an article about The Forests Of Leng, a fake Dungeons & Dragons manual shown in episode two...

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