Many folks are doing that 30-day gamer blog thingy. I wasn't going to do it, but decided why not. I cannot guarantee my answers will be serious or even truthful all you can really hope for is that they will be short.
I'm behind so I'll do a bit of catching up.
Day 1: The Beginning
1 In the beginning there were no dice other than the one. We did not need to differentiate the sides. There was but one die and it had six sides. 2 Awash in boards and cups, popping bubbles and cards there was no game that required imagination. One only need to follow directions. 3 There was only one way to play. 4 In the harsh winter of '79 a game with no board arrived. Only the scarcest of instructions were given. Confused. Intrigued. We played. 5 Dice were taken from Yatzee, Monopoly, Payday and Clue. Games now abandon. Diceless. 6 We struggled to make sense of these Borderlands. What was an orc? 7 Dice were rolled to celebrate our imagination. Instructions were not needed. We created them. 8 We used our imagination. 9 There was much laughter.
Day 2: To Be Human?
1 What strange races stand before us? All standing waiting to be chosen. 2 Elves too delicate. Too precious. 3 Halflings too short. Too hungry. 4 Gnomes too silly. Too useless. 5 Half-orc too ugly. Too unknown. 6 Half-elf too confused. Too desperate. 7 Humans just right.
Day 3: Blood for Blood
1 Upon the first creation there was a man. He bore armor. He bore spear. He hungered for war.
2 Weapons a delicacy. Armor a justification for rage. 3 There will be no blessings. 4 There will be no witchcraft. 5 There will be no deception. 6 Enemies will be faced and destroyed. 7 Worlds will be conquered as you look into their weeping eyes. 8 With sharpened blade a rift of possibility spills before your feet. 9 Blood calls out for the brave.
Day 4: Upon the Cobblestones
1 The great gates of City-State swallow the crowds. 2 Upon cobblestones history walks with beggar, merchant and Overlord. 3 Voices thicken the air. Smells of shops of every kind. 4 Secrets upon secrets out number all the stones upon we walk and within the walls that protect. 5 It is here that I feel at home among the crowds of strangers. 6 It is here I go to the Seahawk Tavern and rest between adventures. 7 City-State, my home.