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Dungeons and Dragons, Devil’s Playground to Pop Culture Staple — Real Women of Gaming

As most of us prepare to sit down and play games with our friends. I wanted to share a blog that takes a look back at the road we have been down to get to this point as gamers. There was once a time that we were looked by some with fear that by playing the games we love we were risking our very souls. (Thankfully I never experienced this.)

I am glad I have seen the game become so widely accepted. But it is always wise to remember the trials and tribulations. Read this article and have a look.

The question of the day ? Did any of you ever experience or encounter any of these attitudes ?


Dungeons and Dragons was published by Tactical Studies Rules, Inc in 1974.

via Dungeons and Dragons, Devil’s Playground to Pop Culture Staple — Real Women of Gaming

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