I wrote last week about a fun little quiz the site RPGgeek was running. Since the quiz is now past, I thought I would post the questions (full credit to RPGgeek for coming up with these cool questions and giving me a fun bout of nostalgia.) It was actually pretty difficult. So, have at:
1) Who designed the Dungeon & Dragons Red Box Set 1 from 1983?
2) In AD&D, what is a level 8 Fighter known as?
3) Who is the Forgotten Realms famed wizard?
4) What is the name of Order of the Stick's only evil PC?
5) What roll did you make to see if you would hit an opponent in 2nd Edition D&D?
6) From what author did D&D take it's magic system?
7) Who owns & resides in Castle Ravenloft?
8) In the animated series Dungeons & Dragons, what is the name of Bobby the Barbarian's pet?
9) In AD&D what is a level 11 Magic-user known as?
10) On the front cover of the AD&D Monster Manual, which of the 6 creatures is the most common (by monster frequency)?
11) What comedy troop created the skit about "attacking the darkness?"
12) Tracy Hickman and Margaret Weis created what series of books related to D&D?
13) What TSR miniatures product prompted the creation of D&D?
14) In the animated series, what is the name of Venger's personal spy & assistant?
15) In AD&D what is an 8th level Bard called?
16) What land is Ravenloft set in?
17) What creature spans the front cover, binder and rear cover of the AD&D Monster Manual?
18) In what setting was the Thief class introduced?
19) What is the unstable gas filling space in the Spelljammer campaign setting?
20) What RPG did H.P. Lovecraft inspire?
21) In AD&D, the title of Magsman is given to the 8th level of what class.
22) In the animated series, where does Tiamat live?
If you can answer more than 10 of these without using Google, you are a better geek than I!
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