Old School in D&D Short fan Film

I’ve seen this short fan film linked to on a number of blogs and forums, but not many “old school” sites. This is a shame because Old School D&D fans are probably the folks most likely to recognize the illustrations from old adventures and old books that were used in this short. Enjoy.

Randall Stukey

Randall is the author and publisher of a number of old school games (Microlite74, Microlite81, BX Advanced, etc) through RetroRoleplaying.com. Randall's main job, however, is being caregiver for his MS-afflicted cancer survivor wife. You can support Randall with a donation to the RetroRoleplaying Cancer Fund.

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Jeff Rients
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That. was. AWESOME!!!!

Thanks for sharing!

Randall
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The folks who did this film did a great job and really have a feel for the material. It beats either of the D&D movies, IMHO.

Anonymous
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I agree with Mr Rients.

And I rarely use the word 'awesome'.

Stuart
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That video was edited by Riley Swift of Dungeon Majesty / Telefantasy Studios. The music was composed for the video by one of the guys from the Metal Band "Crom".

It's one of my favourite web videos. When I was interviewing JJ from Dungeon Majesty (also one of the ladies at the beginning of this vid) I made a point of asking about how it was put together and where the music came from.

Andreas Davour
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Neato! I couldn't tell where much of the art came from, but I know I've seen it or something like it many times. I loved the feel of it all. Especially that really detailed art I associate with Fighting Fantasy game books from England.

Norman Harman
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I liked it so much I also put it on me blog.

@Stuart
Dude, you can't go throwing out you have an interview without linking to it.

Stuart
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The interview isn't online yet. Hopefully I'll get back on track with that project this summer and start posting them. 🙂

Randall
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Stuart,

I can't wait to see this interview, so I hope you can get the project back on track.

Isaac MacFarlane
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What is the name/link of this? The video box embedded is doa. Not surprising since it's been six years.

Randall
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The video works for me. The Youtube page says "Uploaded on Nov 1, 2006 A finalist in the 2006 D&D Fan Film Contest. WORLD OF ADVENTURE" I don't know if World of Adventure is the name of the film or the contest. Here's a direct link to the film on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-kJxsrQvGc0#t=42