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Troy’s Crock Pot: Immersed in the Jungle

Grab a vine and give a mighty Tarzan yell. Dungeons and Dragons is going to the jungle. Tomb of Annihilation, the brand’s next adventure storyline is slated to be released Sept. 19. After the announcement in May, I’ve been stoked about this development. Roleplaying in the jungle hits one of my sweet spots. Since then, […]
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