Jack Corfield (left) and Mitchell Wager (right) as teenagers, shoulder to shoulder inside a dodecahedron / Image via Jack Corfield

Jack Corfield (left) and Mitchell Wager (right) as teenagers, shoulder to shoulder inside a dodecahedron.

How learning to play Dungeons & Dragons together forged a lifelong friendship. Jack and Mitchell talk about learning to play roleplaying games their own way, and give advice to future game masters (GMs).

 

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Jack is a third-year Creative Writing and English student at VIU working at The Nav as Audio Editor. On island time, he’s filling his portfolio with digital art, literary sci-fi, genre fantasy, podcasts, and sesquipedalian poetry about space, including “After Abaddon” and “Black Hole,” which were published in the 2022 issue of Portal. He's also one of the Managing Editors of Portal 2023, and president of the VIU Creative Writing Club.

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