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GAMES: Dungeons and Dragons More Inclusive of Queer Identities

Dungeons and Dragons

Dungeons & Dragons, the fantasy tabletop game, has made sure its newest editions are more inclusive of LGBTI identities. Dungeons & Dragons (D&D) was originally created in 1974. Now, over 40 years later, the popular game seeks to include people from all walks of life.

The publishers of D&D released two new editions last year, Curse of Strahd and Storm King’s Thunder. Kotaku reports that the publisher of the D&D books, Wizards of the Coast, plans to make the game ‘more gay.’

Jeremy Crawford, the game’s lead rules developer, told Kotaku that every D&D adventure since Curse of Strahd has included more queer identities, and that this theme will continue.

By Rafaella Gunz – Full Story at Gay Star News

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