A group of Troy University students are starting their quest to return to normal through a mutual love of Dungeons and Dragons.
A group of student who have not had the chance to play their favorite role-playing game, Dungeons and Dragons, together in the past year due to COVID are finally feeling comfortable about gathering around the table once again.
While the group had played virtually over the past year, the vaccine rollout gave the group the confidence to try and meet around the table together again for the first time since the COVID lockdown.
“We’d played online in certain aspects when we were on break from school or if someone couldn’t make it, says Wiley Wiggins. “But, we mainly went online because of the pandemic.”
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