How I became my sons’ Dungeon Master

When it comes to father and son bonding activities, it’s no surprise that dads today should look to their own childhoods for inspiration. Yet given my father took me to a boxing club when I was nine, thinking he would toughen me up but succeeding only in giving me weekly anxiety attacks, I searched elsewhere for the answer. I didn’t have far to look.

I was 10 when I first played Dungeons & Dragons (D&D). A classmate at my junior school explained: it’s a bit like a board game but there’s no board. Instead, you and your friends play your way through stories in which you are the heroes, you fight the monsters, you make all the choices.

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  Fuente: The Guardian
  Autor de la imagen: Benjamin Esham

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