Weekly Roundup: Rare D&D Art Found Edition

Just this week, Steve Winter posted a picture on Twitter of something he found in a WotC warehouse. It’s the original painting from the cover of the 1977 Basic Set. Pretty cool find! And if you visit WotC HQ someday, it seems as though you could view it yourself, if you happened by the R&D area….

Growing Up Gamers posted a good article for parents this week. It discusses tips on gaming (with other adults) when you have kids around.

Sly Flourish gave us some good ideas for your party’s home base. Our favorite bit of advice? “Let the players decide upon and build out their home base. Give them options but don’t force a solution.” Some players LIVE for this kind of stuff.

Gnome Stew mulled over the idea of PCs who are children. (Not to be confused with children gamers)

Thoughtcrime Games began exploring Africa as a setting for fantasy games. They started with a discussion of Ethiopian history.

Finally, Semper Initiativus Unum put forth the controversial idea that maybe a man named David Wesely is actually the father (grandfather?) of D&D. Go learn some history. (And if you want some more, check this out)

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