Game as Myth- Ben’s Musings

I return in this soliloquy to my ancient theme: that we need to take RPGs more seriously than we have so far. Games can, though not always, but games can be tools of self-actualization like art, music, poetry, literature and religion. As a matter of fact, the humble little tabletop role-playing game represents the most significant development in the history of myth in perhaps centuries. Furthermore, it is the culmination of long-standing trends in myth that began in the middle ages. And  ...

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