Some of you may know about orcs being referred to as “cronies” in the D&D games. Well, there are 6 real ways that the coronavirus spread to the industry as I was reading the news when I noticed that a few old names had gotten swapped out with other old, popular orc names.
Although some of you may not have had a chance to play any of the older games back in the day because they were being used by DampD enthusiasts, it is still the case today that some of the orc names we played in our early days got swapped out. Some of the changes were minor, but some were major, like the names of the orcs that were swapped out being changed to something that actually refers to the game.
As you may know, DampD Games has a number of Orc titles, all of which were created using orcs in one way or another.
In the same vein as before, I’ll try and present a few of the ways in which various Orc titles have been altered. In some cases, you may not have had a chance to play those titles back in the day, but the point is that the names are being used in a totally different way today.
This is just one of the many ways the coronavirus has changed the gaming industry forever. With every new game released, I hope we can get back to the old days again, where there was competition without conflict, where you never lost hope and a sense of empowerment, and where you had the opportunity to live up to your potential. Old blog: I do have to give up my hope.
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