Tuesday, April 6th, 2010

Big Pad Little Pad

Stephanie

Rhodia pads range in size from the wee little #10 at 2×3″ to the monster #38 at 16 1/2 x 12 1/2″.

While I can see a plethora of uses for the #10 since it can easily fit into just about any pocket or bag, I’m wondering exactly how people are using the #38. My first thought was back to the mid 80’s and my short but enjoyable career as dungeon master playing Dungeons & Dragons, drawing careful and complex castle schematics on graph paper.  (Are people still playing D&D the old way, or is it all done via computer now?)

Some other uses I can imagine for the #38 include, garden planning, dream house visualizing, calligraphy practice….

How would you use each of these?


16 thoughts on “Big Pad Little Pad

  1. That is a monstrous graph pad! You could make a fantastically huge dungeon map on that baby! And yes, people do play D&D on paper. It’s the only way to go! There’s nothing like having your well-loved character sheet in a folder full of crimped and crumpled maps of past adventures in your bag of gaming stuff. They invariably get christened with salsa or pizza sauce, but that just adds, er, character!

  2. That is a monstrous graph pad! You could make a fantastically huge dungeon map on that baby! And yes, people do play D&D on paper. It’s the only way to go! There’s nothing like having your well-loved character sheet in a folder full of crimped and crumpled maps of past adventures in your bag of gaming stuff. They invariably get christened with salsa or pizza sauce, but that just adds, er, character!

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