Cultivating Wonder
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Cultivating Wonder

Wreckinbacker, Goblin Bard of Valor

Or, How Jimmy Buffet Inspired One of My Favorite DnD Characters

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Inspiration for characters in a story can come from the strangest places. I’m part of a Dungeons and Dragons, game run by a professional dungeon master, where one of the main questlines involves “exploring” the tombs of four legendary heroes, named after famous heavy metal musicians.

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Lawrence E. Grabowski

Lawrence E. Grabowski

Kung Fu Nerd, Gamer, Writer. I write about setting, plot, and characters as well as teach Spanish. I also dabble in writing about other things.

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