What Makes You Thankful RPG-Wise?
It’s Thanksgiving Day in the US. Amidst all the cooking, eating, seeing family, eating, watching parades, eating, watching football, and eating, most of us usually manage to find time to be thankful for all the things we have in life. Tabletop RPGs have been a big part of my life since the mid-1970s. Looking back, I’m most thankful for all the friends I’ve made playing RPGs and the good times we’ve enjoyed playing them together. I’m also thankful for Gary, Dave, and all the others who created D&D and started this hobby — and have kept it going all these years. Finally, I’m thankful for all the free RPGs that have been developed and made available over the years.
What makes you thankful RPG-wise?
(And to my fellow American readers, Happy Thanksgiving!)
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