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Play Dungeons & Dragons, Become A Better Storyteller

Anybody who has played Dungeons & Dragons knows it’s simply a storytelling game, a chance for like-minded fantasy fans to sit down and let their imaginations run wild while telling a story together, and unless your Dungeon Master is a hack-and-slash fanatic who constantly has your party running up against entire goblin armies you know storytelling is the backbone of D&D.

So it should come as no surprise that playing D&D, or pretty much any roleplaying game, will make you a better storyteller, especially if you’re the Dungeon/Game Master.

Many authors have shared how important D&D was to their writing career, some going as far as to actually record their campaigns and turn them into novels.

If you've never played the game, and/or you're interested in finding out how D&D can help make you a better storyteller then check out this fascinating article on Lifehacker and read all about it!


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I definitely believe it.

The best piece of fiction that I've ever composed was a pass-around story RPG. My group looked into publishing it, but the copyright hurdles appeared insurmountable.
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