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D&D nerds (like me) are donning virtual armor and venturing online amid pandemic | Commentary

Dungeons & Dragons, known for its oddly shaped dice, became a hit after its introduction in 1974, and eventually was turned into video games, books and movies.

Dungeons & Dragons will never be as cool as the latest video-game titles. But it has found a new lease on life online — and a resurgence in popularity amid the coronavirus — writes columnist David Lazarus.

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