Dungeons & Dragons, also known as D&D, is a tabletop role playing game that has been published since 1974. Its original designers were Gary Gygax and Dave Arneson. Dungeons & Dragons games may span one or many play sessions, and involve two or more participants. In each session, one or more takes on the role Dungeon Master, and the rest take on the roles of player characters. The group may run as little as a single encounter together, tackle a complete adventure, or even conduct a long-term campaign over many sessions. Dungeons & Dragons is designed for play in swords and sorcery fantasy settings, but has been adapted to other settings. The 4th edition of the Dungeons & Dragons roleplaying game comprises an intercompatible set of rulebooks and other products published by Wizards of the Coast from 2007 through 2012.
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