Before I launch into my own spiel about this, know that today’s mumblings about D&D are inspired by Matthew Colville, who posted a Youtube video in the last few days about being a good player at a D&D table. Colville
If you, like me, happen to (on occasion) play the part of the Murder Hobo, it is worth your time to read this piece on the particularly lucrative market that may or may not be exploiting your desire for loot.
Our D&D group can best be described as a comedy of errors. In fact, it often reminds me of Ursula V’s D&D stories, though ours are as often as not related to non RP conversations as RP stories. I usually