The Uncanny Resurrection of Dungeons & Dragons

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Interesting article on the ‘resurgence’ of D&D in popular culture over on the New Yorker. For a main stream article, it has a minimal amount of ‘Oh, those silly nerds’ and it has some interesting points on why D&D might be growing in popularity beyond its existing fanbase in this day and age. (My apologies if you run into their silly paywall where you can only see so many free articles a month.)

Read the Article over here….

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