Talk:Blood & Magic

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Blood and Magic was not the first real-time strategy game to use a D&D license[edit]

Removed the claim that Blood and Magic was the first real-time strategy game to use the Dungeons and Dragons license. SSI's Stronghold (not to be confused with 2001's Stronghold by Firefly Studios) predates Blood and Magic by roughly 3 years.

Also, the reference the author used cites a Gamespot reivew, which simply calls Blood and Magic the first strategy game (real-time or not) set in the D&D universe. That clam is even more innacurate, as there are at least 3 strategy games set in the D&D universe that came before Blood and Magic: War Of The Lance (1989), SSI's Stronghold (1993), SSI's Fantasy Empires (1993). Stronghold is the only one of these three mentioned that was real-time. The other two are turn-based. Sfstyles (talk) 02:30, 29 January 2012 (UTC)