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As a follow up to yesterday’s post, I decided to jump on the bandwagon and cancel my D&D Beyond subscription. This isn’t much of a threat to Wizards of the Coast (“WotC”) because I’m on an annual payment plan, I was renewed in December, and I could always cancel my cancellation. However, I’m hoping that it’s another cancellation that scares the bean counters at WotC. I was reluctant to do it because I asked myself what you should all be asking yourselves when you call for you ridiculous boycotts over political differences with a company’s owner: “Who is this really going to hurt?”
I think it might hurt some good people. But then there’s this:
I wanted to say, “I’ll give you 1.1 guesses,” but that would be plagiarism.
I’m easily swayed.
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