How Dungeons & Dragons somehow became more popular than ever

How Dungeons & Dragons somehow became more popular than ever

"If you asked me to add up how many hours I spend thinking about Dungeons & Dragons, I’d be too embarrassed to answer," says Mario Alvarenga, left, who leads games as a Dungeon Master in Burbank, California. Clockwise from far left: David Wolkovich, Doug Luberts, Molly Becker, Kris Huelgas, game leader Mario Alvarenga, Carlos Ortega and Alexander Lopez play Dungeons and Dragons at Geeky Teas. BURBANK, Calif. — There was something about Dungeons & Dragons that spoke to Mario Alvarenga in a deep way. He tried it for the first time five years ago — never mind that he […]

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