dungeonetics
A set of ideas and practices regarding the metaphysical relationship between the computer and D&D

I've played D&D in various forms since the late 70's, starting in the early days of AD&D. We started with the "blue booklet" Basic Set, and graduated to the core hardcover books: the PH, DMG, and MM. Our current gaming group plays Pathfinder®.

Though the game's origins were in pencil and paper, software can help players and GM's with a number of small and not-so-small details needed to make the game run, and of course the internet community helps it grow. My contributions are here.

John Mechalas, moc.liamg@salahcem.nhoj, dungeonetics.com