Thursday, April 30, 2015

A to Z of How I Learned to Love D&D: Z is for Zen

My history of roleplaying is filled with magnificent highs and deep, deep lows.

From the start of discovering RPGs, my "Gamer ADD" developed.  In other words, I couldn't focus and enjoy one RPG for more than a few weeks at best, which is counterproductive to developing long term campaigns with rich, fulfilling storylines and character growth.

While my sabbatical was meant to deal with other issues, it inadvertently helped me find a place where I could focus on one RPG:  Dungeons and Dragons.

For the first time, I don't have the desire to jump from game to game.  I'm centered.  This blog has been my zen and allowed me to focus on creating content and sharing stories about DnD.

It was the final hurdle on loving DnD.

I'm grateful for the journey it's allowed me to walk.

Thank you for sharing in it.

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