Earlier this month Zak Smith over on the website Vice wrote a really earnest article directed at Dungeons & Dragons. Called Why I Still Love ‘Dungeons & Dragons’ in the Age of Video Games in it he explores the games origins and purpose. But it is the recounting of his experiences with the game that are the most interesting. He talks about how Dungeons & Dragons can foster creativity and spontaneity, and how it can provide a rich experience, even in this digital age.
This is well worth a read for anyone with an interest in Dungeons & Dragons, or just roleplay games in general.
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