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NPR : Dungeons and Dragons Turns 30

Anyone who thinks that Dungeons and Dragons has been consigned to the scrapheap of 1980s relics, right next to Pac-Man and leg warmers, would be surprised by what happens every Thursday night in Peter Girvan's apartment in the Bronx.

For the past two years, Girvan and four friends--all professionals in their 30s--have been getting together every Thursday to play D and D--sitting around a table with inch-high plastic figures, rolling odd dice and saying things in the odd, imagined voices of their characters.

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