Elf Druid Male Old Long Blue Hair
There’s something about Dungeons and Dragons that just captured my imagination as a kid. Maybe it was the stories of high adventure, or the promise of discovering long-forgotten treasure. Whatever the reason, I was hooked from the moment I picked up my first rulebook.
One of my earliest and fondest memories is of creating my first character – an elf druid named Arvandor. He was everything I wanted to be in a fantasy hero; tall, handsome, and skilled with a sword and bow. He also had a bit of magic about him, which I thought was really cool. Of course, being young and inexperienced, I made plenty of mistakes with him (including making him way too powerful), but that didn’t matter. Arvandor was my creation, and I loved him dearly.
As I grew older and learned more about the game, I began to create characters that were more reflective of who I really am. These days, my stable of heroes includes a grumpy old dwarf fighter with a beard down to his waist, a female human ranger with a sharp tongue, and a half-elf bard who is as charming as he is dashing. Each one is special to me in their own way, and represents a different facet of my personality.
I’ve been playing Dungeons and Dragons for over 30 years now, and it shows no signs of losing its appeal for me. From the simple joy of rolling dice and seeing what
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