More than 40 years after the first edition of “Dungeons and Dragons” hit shelves, video platforms Twitch and YouTube are leading a renaissance of the fantasy roleplaying board game — and business is booming.
— Satan's Little Cephalopod (@evilsquid) March 14, 2019
I love this show so much. I love @CriticalRole with all my heart, but Relics and Rarities gave me the confidence to start thinking about running my own game. So thank you, Deborah. Thank you so much.
— Andy Ford (@Andy__Ford) March 13, 2019
Shown below: “one dungeon, with one SMILEY dragon.” pic.twitter.com/j739kTeV7p
— Chris Foster (@Slapworth) March 12, 2019