This post is about D&D cookware, not D&D politics.
This D&D Slow Cooker is a stoneware 2-quart kitchen device from Uncanny Brands. It’s wired for US power systems, so you might struggle to find it (and Amazon might redirect you) elsewhere.
Too far? Some gamers play D&D for escapism, and Dungeons & Dragons is about life away from the hot stove, about dark dungeons and not the familiar flickering lights of the kitchen.
I’m sure the slow cooker makes, as Uncanny say, a great gift and is high quality, but is it the sort of thing you associated with your Level 12 Druid?
My reaction really was to wonder whether Wizards of the Coast had gone too far by letting a Slow Cooker use its brand, but perhaps it’s just another thing that enables geeks to mix the delight of cooking (in my case, avoiding cooking) with gaming?
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