States Ranking Playing Dungeons and Dragons
Map ranking of states that play dungeons and dragons.

Curious to know about which states plays the most Dungeons & Dragons? Then read on.

Ranking by State

There are an estimated 13.7 million DD players.

With a user base that large, it’s no surprise that Dungeon and Dragons’ isn’t the same dirty, secret basement game it was when your dad played.

Players from across the globe and a variety of walks of life play the tabletop role playing game. Companies have even jumped on board, hosting corporate DND games.

Most Interesting Findings

  • Utahans plays more DND than any other state.
  • In fact, the Midwest as a whole is pretty into it.
  • The most searched DND class? Monk.
  • Ranger and Druid tie for 2nd most popular class choice.
  • New Yorkers play the least DND- but when they do, they play as bards.
  • New Mexico likes the quintessential ‘wizard’ class.

States That Play The Most DND

  1. Utah
  2. Idaho
  3. Oregon
  4. Maine
  5. Vermont
  6. Alaska
  7. Washington
  8. Montana
  9. New Hampshire
  10. Kansas

States That Play The Least DND

  1. New York
  2. New Jersey
  3. Mississippi
  4. Georgia
  5. California
  6. Florida
  7. Texas
  8. Hawaii
  9. Delaware
  10. South Carolina

Keep reading to see whether they’re wielding swords or wizard hats, and where all 50 states landed in the ranking.

Favorite D&D Class Played by State

How Did They Research?

DND is popular, but it’s also very complicated. Even the most experienced player will often turn to Google to look up new spells or complex craft about the lore. That doesn’t even take into account the sheer volume of online users of dice rollers, online character sheets, and virtual tabletops.

With the being said, the researchers felt very comfortable using Dungeons and Dragons related search volume as a proxy for users. They looked at a full year of search interest, giving every state ample time to let show their cool side.

To determine classes, they used the 15 most common DND classes and did a similar analysis of Google Search Trends.

They excluded obscure classes because, well, they are uncommon.

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