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DM Hawk

t Member since 03/09/15 \/ G GM of 15 games \/ 268 Hours Played \/ 21 Forum Posts

I am 40 something year old male who has been under the shadow of Unipolar Disorder Major Clinical Depression) for the last 8 years, but is now (finally) starting to see some hope of becoming well again. I have been involved with The Scouts Association for the last five years and I can say with all honesty that it has literally saved my life.
I started playing D&D back in 1977 when I was 8 years old. My father had taken me to an exhibition in London, and I got to sit at a table with Gary Gygax and play test Basic D&D. I remember one conversation where we were discussing dragons breath. Mr Gygax had drawn the area of affect as a straight line, and i commented that I thought it should be more cone shaped. {Weather or not that conversation was the cause of Cone shaped Dragon Breath Damage is open to speculation - but to anyone who has had a character die from it - I apologise!}

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AD&D ( 1st Edition and 2E ), D&D 3.5, D&D 5E