DUNGEONS AND DRAGONS

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So this place, Breadline Cafe, is opposite St Martin’s in the Fields on Trafalgar Square. The name comes from the long lines of homeless that gather at @connection_homeless . Alongside is a GAY pub called Halfway to Heaven, because it’s halfway to HEAVEN @onlyathalfway. Obviously, to walk from Soho to Heaven at Charing Cross Arches is FAR too long! You would need a quick pint and a little SIT-down. Both of these places are within the ground floor of the South African embassy, a building covered in ELKS. It’s a bloody brilliant setting.

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I was here at 6.30am, who else was here? Builders? Media types? The CLERGY? No. A small group of men discussing Dungeons and Dragons. Apparently, the bloke who everyone was taking the piss off had chosen the wrong class of ORC? There might have also been something about whether or not heroic werewolves could be humourous? CAN THEY? Slowly the typical crowd arrived, and all the high vis crowd sat in a row, on different tables, facing away from each other, ZERO interaction. Sometimes the morning is about waking up slowly and not thinking about Elvish problems, but I admire the D&D crowd for their enthusiasm and dedication that EARLY. I wish more of us had that.

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4 Duncannon St, London WC2N 4JF.

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