[nfb-talk] Dungeons & Dragons

kaye zimpher kaye.j.zimpher at gmail.com
Fri Nov 18 17:35:13 UTC 2016

I use to play when I was in my 20s. It was kind of neat at the time, but I 
got bored of it after a while.
I did not know they still were making new versions. I guess if they are 
selling, why not?
I can't believe you have the time it would take to scan and correct material 
like that. That's not criticism, just envy. *smile*
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> Anybody besides me play D&D?  When 5th edition came out like a year ago, I 
> wrote to the company that owns the game, Wizards Of the Coast, suggesting 
> that they send the manuals to bookshare.org. They do not put out an 
> electronic version of the manuals because they are afraid of pirates. So a 
> blind person simply has no access. By the way, I scanned in the 5th 
> edition players guide and painstakingly corrected all the scanning errors. 
> Well, maybe not all of them. I had planned to submit to bookshare myself 
> but that turns out being hard. I still intend to do it but it will take 
> some time. Meanwhile, I have a text file and a I generated my own html 
> manual from it.
> -- 
> John Heim
> john at johnheim.com
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