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Ideas for Bringing the Holidays to Your Dungeons and Dragons Table

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
It’s come around to that time of year, again. In colder climes, snow begins to fall, fireplaces begin to crackle, and the coziest sweaters begin to...
An image of art from the Complete Scoundrel supplemental, with a human bard in red and blue, a human monk in black, and a half orc mage in a red fur robe. The text on a white background next to the image reads '5 Highly Customizable 3.5e Prestige Classes"

5 Highly Customizable 3.5e Prestige Classes We Wish that 5e Would Incorporate

3.5e dndMorgan Carpenter
There are a few major differences between 3.5e and 5e as editions of Dungeons and Dragons (and 4e, of course, but we don’t talk about 4e). The comp...
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4 Little Details you can Implement to Increase Realism in Your DnD Campaign

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
With all the wizards, dragons, and general magic in Dungeons and Dragons, its easy to let the game slip into the realm of the purely fantastical. A...
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Bardic Musicians for Dungeons and Dragons NPCs and Player Characters

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
One of the most common recommendations for spicing up your tabletop sessions is a good soundtrack. Most is mood music, atmospheric instrumentals, b...
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5 Spooky LARPs You Can Run for a Fantastic Halloween Live Action Role Play

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
Halloween is the favorite holiday for a great number of tabletop gamers – the costumes, the fantasy, the fiction, it’s all part and parcel for TTRP...
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Plague of Ice: a Dungeons and Dragons Novel Review

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
Last week, Divinations from the Collective presented a brief rundown of the history, and notable entries, to the canon of Dungeons and Dragons nove...
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Dungeons and Dragons Novels: Why They're Written, and Which Ones You Might Like

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
Many a popular fantasy novel has, in the more recent history of the genre, been inspired by Dungeons and Dragons. Whether it’s a novelization of a ...
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Dungeons and Dragons' Science Fiction Campaign Setting: Spelljammer

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
Wizards of the Coast just released a brand-new Unearthed Arcana titled Travelers of the Multiverse. It’s content includes several extra-planetary r...
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5 Fun Fae Plot Hooks to Include in Your Witchlight/Feywild Campaign

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
Wizards of the Coast has just released The Wilds Beyond the Witchlight, a prewritten campaign for Dungeons and Dragons, to no small amount of appla...
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Metagaming: What it is and How to Avoid Doing it as a Player

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
A frequent bane of the tabletop gaming community, especially Dungeons and Dragons, is the metagamer. A quick perusal of almost any TTRPG forum or g...
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Types of Maps and Terrain for Tabletop RPGs

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
There are a lot of pros and cons to playing DnD online versus in-person, not least among those being the ease with which you can make and use grid ...
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Superhero TTRPGs for a Comic Book Campaign

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
These days, it feels like superheroes are everywhere. Comic books are easier than ever to track down online. Graphic novels are gaining acknowledge...

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