An illustration of a skeletal dragon, a dracolich, with a dull yellow skeletal body and red eyes, emerging from the side of the image. Next to it are the words "Draconic Pantheon part 3"

A Brief Overview of the Draconic Pantheon in the Forgotten Realms (part 3)

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
Over our past couple of articles, we’ve spent time talking about the Draconic Pantheon – those gods of the Forgotten Realms who are worshipped by d...
An illustration of Sardior, a ruby dragon with red and yellow scales, against a black background. Next to him are the words "Draconic Pantheon part 2" in stylistic font

A Brief Overview of the Draconic Pantheon in the Forgotten Realms (part 2)

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
An oddly enigmatic and forgotten pantheon, the Draconic gods are hugely powerful, but rarely worshiped in the Forgotten Realms. While they were onc...
An illustration of Bahamut, a platinum dragon against a dark background that appears to be torn out of a blank white one, next to the words "Draconic Pantheon"

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...
A black and white illustration from Dragon Magazine of a Song dragon. It shows a small dragon curled around a woman's face. Next to that, in purple, are the words "Song Dragons" in cursive font

Creature Feature: Song Dragon

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
What would Dungeons and Dragons be without dragons? Just dungeons, that’s what! While most dragons in DnD can be divided into chromatic and metalli...
An illustration of a faerie dragon, a small blue and purple dragon with butterfly wings, seated on a stick against a splash of blue watercolor. Next to the dragon are the words "Creature Feature: Faerie Dragons".

Creature Feature: Faerie Dragons, their History, and How to Include them in Campaigns

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
When you’re playing Dungeons and Dragons, you’re going to expect 2 things: Dungeons, and, well, Dragons. To facilitate this, the game’s lore includ...
The title are for Dragon Dweomers. The first word is in gold, while the second is in black, and curving dramatically.

Reading Dragon: A Look Back at Dragon Dweomers

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
In 1995, TSR published edition #218 of Dragon Magazine. In it were a variety of fantastic articles on Dungeons and Dragons, as well as various oth...
Art from one of the shop cards in Flamecraft. it shows a man in robes with a staff and long black hair commanding a purple dragon to breathe flames, while a happy family looks on and cheers

A Review of Flamecraft, a Game of Adorable Dragons

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
The fantasy genre has gotten a lot of new boardgames in the last few years. The sudden expansion of the audience of Dungeons and Dragons, the popul...
Art from the 5e spelljammer release - it shows a strong ranger with no hair, known to be Minsc, with his space hamster companion Boo riding on a Solar Dragon against a space background

The Dragons of Spelljammer

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
When you run Dungeons and Dragons, you’re probably going to want to include some dragons (even if you leave out the dungeons). Most settings have t...

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