This Man’s Grandmother Passed Away & Told Him To Keep On Playing Dungeons & Dragons

Never change, never lose your family spirit and keep on playing Dungeons and Dragons


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Dungeons & Dragons has been around for over 40 years now. Therefore, it is safe to say that over these years, it has influenced the lives of many. It has been a source of joy and good times through thick and thin as it makes you interact with people you love by using your own wicked imagination. 

Our story today is about Antoine, an avid D&D player whose love for the game continues to this day thanks to his grandmother who told him carry on with the family spirit of playing the beautiful game just before her own soul left her body. Let us look at it.

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