UNR Dragon Club lets students escape their daily lives

Emerson Drewes reports on the UNR Dragon Club where students get away from their everyday stresses.

The Monster Manual, a staple in peoples D&D artillery, sits on a table inside the William Raggio Building on Sept. 14th Students do not need any kind of equipment to get started at Dragon Club. Photo by Emerson Drewes.
Renner-Brody commanded a campaign inside the William Raggio Building on Sept. 14th. Renner-Brody started playing D&D when he was in high school. Photo by Emerson Drewes.

“A lot of people think it’s just a bunch of weird people getting in their basement to do nothing,” said Renner-Brody. “In the end, it’s really just a bunch of friends getting together to do something different, be someone else that you’re not, get rid of the stress of everyday life decisions.”

Reporting by Emerson Drewes for the Reynolds Sandbox

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