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Stoney Prestige: 4 Prestige Classes from 'Races of Stone' to Update and Use in a 5e Campaign

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
There are a seemingly endless number of supplements out there for Dungeons and Dragons. Not just the new ones, but the old ones, too – the ones for...
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Reading Dragon: Spells Between the Covers

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
In February 1984, TSR published Issue #82 of Dragon Magazine, it’s official publication for supplementary materials, commentary, and community enga...
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Creature Feature: Hags

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
Dungeons and Dragons has no dearth of powerful and vicious villains, various factions who wish to promote both themselves and evil in the same brea...
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A Brief Overview of the Draconic Pantheon in the Forgotten Realms (part 1)

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
As a world filled with divine magic, it isn’t a surprise that Dungeons and Dragons has gods for every occasion – especially for one of its nominati...
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Delicious Drinks in the Forgotten Realms

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Last week, we discussed the amazing foods that one might find in the Forgotten Realms: Fantastic Foods in the Forgotten Realms. And if you’re going...
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Reading Dragon: A Look Back at ‘Things That Go Bump In The Night’

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
When you go looking for something fun to run for your Halloween D&D session, you haven’t much further to look than Ravenloft. The Domains of T...
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Reading Dragon: A Look Back at ‘Nine Hells Revisited’

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
One core aspect of the Forgotten Realms is the Nine Hells – layered domains of lawful-evil lords and their underlings, filled to the brim with dar...
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A Brief Overview of the Drow Pantheon (part 2)

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
A disjointed pantheon, often in conflict with itself, the Dark Seldarine battle for dominance and influence over the Underdark’s drow population. T...
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A Brief Overview of the Drow Pantheon (part 1)

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
Most pantheons in DnD, whether worshiped by a particular species or a particular geographical area, share their worship among themselves. The peopl...
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A Brief Overview of the Mulhorandi Pantheon (part 3)

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
Our last two Divinations from the Collective have had the same subject: the Mulhorandi pantheon. This group of Forgotten Realms’ gods are taken who...
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D&D The Animated Series: Fantasy, Fun, and Flat Colors

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
The most recent D&D release, Stormwreck Isle (a simple adventure with premade characters meant to introduce new players to the rules and gener...
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The Flaw in the Astral Sea: Why 5e’s Spelljammer Worldbuilding Makes it Make Less Sense

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
It hasn’t been long since 5e’s newest collection, Spelljammer: Adventures in Space, was released out to retailers, and subsequently to Dungeons and...

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