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We are in the Super Mario Maker Creator Challenge by Nintendo.
Vote for our video by “liking” it! WE WANT WORLD DOMINATION!!!!!
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HeroClix + GROUP HUG Makes Superhero Combat Fun for All http://geekandsundry.com/heroclix-on-group-hug-makes-superhero-combat-fun-for-all/
Group Hug is the LIVE Twitch show featuring HeroClix battles between your favorite superheroes with special guests, giveaways, and more!
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Fall TV Line-Up: Sci-fi/Horror Edition http://geekandsundry.com/fall-tv-line-up-sci-fihorror-edition/
This week, we’re scared to death pondering the mind-bending, thrilling, and hopefully, frightening television shows coming to your viewing devices really soon. Alas, there are too many to list, so we had a precog use a Ouija board to divine the ones we want to see the most. Our picks for the very near future... THE WALKING DEAD -- RETURNS SUNDAY, OCTOBER 11 ON AMC Soon, the time will come to bid farewell to the Los Angeles based Fear the Walkin...
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No point in getting to invested in watching Minority Report as it's on Fox.
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How “Dungeons & Dragons” saved my autistic son http://bit.ly/1KDKwub
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+Danielle Barnham Âû I feel you, man. As a "sufferer" of fairly severe ADHD I was raised with my own mind being pretty much a "black box" -- I was told how I was supposed to be, but for some reason could never meet those expectations. Despite many attempts to figure out what was going on, I was undiagnosed until I was 31.

I shudder when I think about the sheer blind, dumb luck (combined with a strong stubborn streak!) that finally got me into a decent school, where I had almost zero social skills; Being smart and "behaviorally challenged" had pretty much exiled me to a status just shy of the "short school bus" status in high school (which was a step UP for me, as I did get to ride the "special needs" bus throughout the seventies, before "mainstreaming" became the norm).

Once in college I could have still completely flamed out. Instead, my tendency to be hyper and restless saved me. As I wandered the dorms I cam across a group of people listening to this ernest young man describe what Dungeons and Dragons was, and how it worked.

I was fascinated, and without even realizing it had started several friendships that very night. The man in question invited us all to a beginners game, which basically became an even broader social circle.

The most surreal part of the games was not just that I felt more comfortable and safe than I had in any previous social interactions in my tumultuous childhood, but that there were people who had less social skill than I did. Suddenly I was learning and teaching what I learned, a process that would never stop (can it ever?), and one that would lead me to a successful life.

That first dungeon master, one Neil Rosenstein, went on to be a big player in the New York Public Interest Group (NYPIRG). I had a chance to get back in touch a few years ago, and to tell him exactly what he did for me. I hope I was able to convey even part of the intense gratitude I felt... and still feel... for what he, and D&D, did for me.
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Gaming Recommendations from TableTop Season 3 http://geekandsundry.com/gaming-recommendations-from-tabletop-season-3/
On Season 3 of Tabletop, Wil and friends played great games perfect for any board game night. If you are looking to expand your board game collection, checking out the Tabletop archive is the way to go. Once you have done that though and played through those games over and over, you'll probably still want more games. A good strategy is to try for games with similar mechanics and play styles, so let's take a look at a couple of those games. The Se...
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+Donald Smith, your game store won't have it. It is a print and play. But very cheap. There is a demo of the game on youtube be the creators.
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Geek & Sundry's Sneak Peek at Super Mario Maker http://geekandsundry.com/geek-sundrys-sneak-peek-at-super-mario-maker/
Geek & Sundry got a super awesome sneak peek at the highly anticipated WiiU game, Super Mario Maker. Jessica Marzipan and Hector Navarro visited the wonderful world of Nintendo to sit down and create their own Super Mario world with an in-depth first look at the full set of tools and world building blocks available. Check out their level above and make sure to give them a thumbs up so that they can prove that they are the best creators around. He...
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Magical Girl Muralists Bring Sailor Moon to the Streets http://geekandsundry.com/magical-girl-muralists-bring-sailor-moon-to-the-streets/
There is no greater feeling in life than when you suddenly spot a bit of unexpected geekdom sneaking in among your usually mundane daily routine. If you happen to stop for gas in Culver City, California, you might just glimpse a hidden twinkle of magical girl goodness beaming your way as you glance over while fueling your vehicle. Sailor Moon, Sailor Jupiter, Sailor Chibi Moon, Luna, and Artemis brightly stare back to defend love and justice in a...
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LARP Meets Theater at 'Dungeon Master' http://geekandsundry.com/larp-meets-theater-at-dungeon-master/
You wait with your companions in a dimly lit room. A man in a black robe appears before you. His hood hangs low, obscuring his face. "Good evening!" his voice booms. "I am the dungeon master. Welcome to my world." The next thing you hear is applause. You aren't at just any LARP. You're at Dungeon Master, an interactive stage show that combines the adventure and gaming elements of live action roleplay with the spectacle of improv acting. Every sh...
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Interview with a Cosplayer: Charles Battersby http://geekandsundry.com/interview-with-a-cosplayer-charles-battersby/
We've introduced you to a number of amazing cosplayers, and I'm thrilled to to introduce you to yet another, Charles Battersby. This guy does all the things. He not only cosplays, but he's also a writer, actor, podcaster, and activist--and more. You can catch him on a few panels at NYCC this year, but for now, meet Charles! How did you get into cosplay? I’ve always been a theatrical person, so dressing up seemed to be the natural thing to do at a...
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Here's Why Dragon Con is So Important (and Flippin' Awesome) http://geekandsundry.com/the-importance-of-dragon-con/
Dragon Con was my first experience with conventions. Growing up in suburban Atlanta, it was pretty easy to feel like an outsider if you liked anything that wasn't football. So when Dragon Con became a part of my life it felt like a puzzle piece finally clicked. Most people’s first introduction to the con held every Labor Day in Downtown Atlanta is through the huge cosplay parade. With over 3,000 participants, the parade shuts down Peachtree Stree...
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TableTop Extras: Top 10 Couples Board Games http://geekandsundry.com/tabletop-extras-top-10-couples-board-games/
With TableTop on hiatus for the next few months, and Titansgrave all wrapped up, some of you may be looking for your gaming video fix, just like I am. Well, you’re in luck! I came across this new channel on YouTube, where a charming guy, Actualol, presents game advice, reviews, and commentary in a supremely entertaining way. His first video that caught my eye was this one about couples' games. “What games should I play with my partner?” is the si...
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Franklin Leonoard Interview: The Black List CEO Talks Development
The Black List CEO and Founder Franklin Leonard approaches the Black List as a solution to a business problem: “How do we identify the best screenplays written?” As a former consultant and a beast at Excel and PowerPoint, Franklin used Microsoft Office tools in conjunction with industry expert opinions to quantify the answer. The result: equality of access for writers. In addition to The Black List itself, Franklin also established The Black List...
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Premium YouTube channel Geek & Sundry features the best of indie geek culture and the internet's foremost geek voices. Founded by the producers of the hit web series The Guild, Geek & Sundry offers a diverse lineup of shows that create a hub for fans of comedy, gaming, comics, music, and literature around the world. Through compelling content and its powerful social media presence, the channel cultivates a thriving community amongst its viewers, allowing them to immerse themselves in nerd culture and connect with each other both online and off. Spearheaded by prominent geek figureheads, Geek & Sundry features original content by Felicia Day (The Guild, Dr. Horrible, Eureka), Wil Wheaton (Star Trek, The Big Bang Theory), Veronica Belmont & Tom Merritt (Sword & Laser), Paul & Storm (w00tstock), and Dark Horse Comics.
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