Games for Conflict Training

There’s a surge in tabletop gaming (board games, card games and role playing games) right now. Some of it is driven by quarantine. It’s in pop culture media with Stranger Things and pretty much everything Wil Wheaton tweets. There’s a sudden appearance of Dungeons And Dragons products in Target. Not surprisingly, games have worked their way into the workplace over…

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Author, Board Gamer/Designer. Paul D’s Tainted Dragon Inn on FB for geeky stuff. Represented by B Swanson The Purcell Agency. Riftsiders. www.PaulADestefano.com

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Paul A. DeStefano

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Author, Board Gamer/Designer. Paul D’s Tainted Dragon Inn on FB for geeky stuff. Represented by B Swanson The Purcell Agency. Riftsiders. www.PaulADestefano.com

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