(Photo: Benny Mazur)
Jim Zub is a comic book artist and writer in Toronto. He's got a great idea for a business:
I want to start an airport D&D stand. "Flight delayed? Time for a dungeon delve, ma'am. Here's a pre-gen half-elf bard and a pint of stout."— Jim Zub (@JimZub) April 11, 2015
This is great! It's easy to get trapped in an airport for a few hours longer than you anticipated. You could read a book on your mobile device. But if you're bored of that, then you can go to a Dungeons & Dragons stand. A professional Dungeon Master (this is a career that exists) would have pre-generated characters and quick, one-shot adventures ready.
It's the perfect way to kill time. It's fun, interactive, and interpersonal. I suspect that during peak hours, a large airport would have plenty of bored gamers looking for a role-playing game and willing to pay for it.