Toledo Magazine: Out of the dungeon

Toledo Magazine: Out of the dungeon
By KIRK BAIRD BLADE STAFF WRITER For decades, those who played Dungeons & Dragons have been derided as geeks by some, and as suicidal Satanists by others. D&D, to put it mildly, has been a social pariah, but that stereotype doesn’t hold up much anymore. The negative perception is “slowly changing, ever so slowly,” said Frank Belter, a 41-year-old gaming enthusiast who meets up with fellow role …

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