Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Tribute & Fan Page






UPDATE: June 22, 2021 - Did Hasbro abandon Advanced Dungeons & Dragons?

Well if Hasbro abandoned this game then we're claiming it as Dragon Adventures right now, on the this url they abandoned for my game...I mean I just found out they printed the reprint of the original rules with pages missing in the rule book, now you can't play the game correct.

Imagine Parker Brothers printing Monopoly with rule book pages missing, then you can't play the game, then they don't own the dice shapes anyway.

ANNOUNCEMENT:  Dragon Adventures has dropped the word "die" for 1 dice and is changing the dictionary term to update current English dialect in the game to dice for any amount of dice for single or plural - meaning one or more dice are all called dice now.

International language requirements confuse "die" with death instead of dice in the game - in Dragon Adventures die only means death in the game and dice means any amount of dice one or several.

So they re-printed the original books with pages missing now you can't play it, don't own the dice shapes and most monsters are not copyrightable characters like "Blue Dragon" anyone can say that.

Plus I am starting to think that Gary Gygax might have made this out of a free game anyway like playing cards then he managed to get copyrighted, which today is not valid.

Hasbro owns DnD Dungeons & Dragons - that is a "role playing game" meaning dressing up in costumes and acting out the parts.

Dragon Adventures is Advanced Dungeons & Dragons a dice rolling game, for a statistical combat dice rolling matrix system - dropped by Hasbro.

That's probably because it is too difficult, anyway I'm editing Gary Gygax's books and that's what it looks like to make a simplified version for easy game play, which I am only doing Hasbro a favour because it will make their DnD fantasy game easier to make and play for their fantasy role players (acting).

This will be run through lawyers anyway before being printed, people see Dragon Adventures as "adventures through the old Advanced Dungeons & Dragons modules in simple Magic Card Game format".

That is a good way to describe it, Advanced Dungeons & Dragons will be a better game anyway when it is free to publish like playing cards which will help open up the market and help create games like Poker from public interaction.

Remember Advanced Dungeons & Dragons is a community and we all play together.



Dragon Adventures is a D20 Test Game Module that runs on Advanced Dungeons & Dragons.


We are currently testing Dragon Adventures on the D20 Dice System using Advanced Dungeons & Dragons One game books as a model under their open licence game content agreement.

You are allowed to make Dungeons & Dragons modules in their open content system, the rules are they are allowed copying back your game play.

Our opinion is that the dice are not copyrightable because they are the same as square dice and Hasbro Corporation does not have a copyright on the dice.

That is because they are just polygon shapes with numbers on them which no one owns like regular square dice or playing cards.




However, we are not enemies or fighting Hasbro over this issue...it is just a public opinion and are one of their supporters and running a retail promotion and supporting their products, that they are running open content, do not own most of the characters in the game like the terms such as "blue dragon" or the Dice.

We are testing this game in public at our comic book page DAWN FORGED CAST and updating the manuals as we go which are our own Greyhawk, Dragonlance or Forgotten Realms like campaign settings and are testing the game before releasing this on D20.

Then once we get all that down we'll edit it all later under their licence agreement for it's release for printing or make it a separate game.

In the meantime this is a free beta test game.

The purpose of this page is that it is an Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Tribute & Fan Page and any graphics used are owned by Dungeons & Dragons and this is an official Dungeons & Dragons rules format beta test game.

If we like the game on D20 when we are finished we will release it in printed book format on D20 or as a separate stand alone game outside of Dungeons & Dragons.

However, we would rather put in on D20 and you are allowed writing and selling your own Dungeons & Dragons Modules on the Official Dungeons & Dragons Page under their format.

You can follow along and play ahead if you know how to play Dungeons & Dragons and we are blogging about the game design and beta test at our comic book page www.dawnforgedcast.com .

We are also running the unofficial Spider-Man And His Amazing Friends Tribute Page at www.spidermanandhisamazingfriends.com and writing fan scripts at the Comic Book Page for movie submission to Marvel etc.




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