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  • initialism games Advanced Dungeons and Dragons.
  • initialism Accidental Death and Dismemberment.

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Examples

  • Treasure of Tarmin was the second AD&D game for the Intellivision, being created after Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: Cloudy Mountain.

    Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: Treasure of Tarmin for Intellivision - The Retroist

  • Foolishly, I made an off-hand comment about Senator Kennedy and health care reform in my status bar on Facebook yesterday that exploded in a huge (for me) aguement among all my liberal friends and my one crazy Republican friend that I only friended because he was the game master of the AD&D game where I first met Shawn.

    Day in the Life of an Idiot

  • I'm assuming that Paul Bettany played the archangel Micheal because Vin Diesel was busy with a game of AD&D.

    After the Relapse

  • I designed a number of Dungeons and Dragons campaigns and bought all the AD&D books, but I have played exactly one actual game of D&D.

    25 things meme

  • I am probably going to cheat and do these things during downtime of my AD&D game.

    as they cast the net with no betraying light

  • Paul Bettany played the archangel Micheal because Vin Diesel was busy with a game of AD&D.

    After the Relapse

  • JC, I figure Lester played a lot of AD&D growing up, and the poor djinni just spent too much time in the bottle.

    DJINNI BEACH • by Michael D. Turner

  • I'm trying to read William Dietz's Runner series and I'm going to crack open "Morrowind" for some AD&D fantasy fun since I don't think anyone here mentioned computer games.

    Your Science Fiction Weekend

  • I'm assuming that Paul Bettany played the archangel Micheal because Vin Diesel was busy with a game of AD&D.

    After the Relapse

  • When I used to play AD&D, the idea that the vast desert in Forgotten Realms was created by a wizards golem that was told to move sand and nobody told it to stop.

    More Steampunkery Still!

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