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The Power Struggle for Dungeons & Dragons’ Soul

Online protections may stifle the game’s DIY culture

Art courtesy of Wizards of the Coast LLC

ToTo be a consumer in the internet age often requires a choice between convenience and control. Look at your Spotify account: It offers a sprawling library of music at your disposal on any device, at any time — much easier than thumbing through a stack of…

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