A black and white engraving illustration of King Arthur - a middle aged man with a beard, grown, and a cape. Next to him are the words "Arthurian Legends"

5 Arthurian Romances to Get You Started On the Legends, and Inspire a DnD Character While You're At It

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
If you’re looking for something to inspire your next high fantasy or dramatic DnD game, you have no limit of resources to choose from. There are li...
An illustration of a 5e storm giant, with grey skin and white hair, holding a sword and a lightnign bolt and hearing  centurion helmet. Next to him are the words Unearthed Arcana: Giant Options

Unearthed Arcana Giant Options – What it Includes, What Stands Out, and What Needs Work

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
This week, Wizards of the Coast released their newest Unearthed Arcana (pre-released rulesets intended as a reception and beta test before official...
A photo of a carnival mask, in gold and white, against a black background. The words "The Witchlight Carnival" are written next to it in font.

The Witchlight Carnival: "Wild Beyond the Witchlight" Introductory Area, and Standalone Location

5e dndMorgan Carpenter
Recently, I’ve been running the prewritten campaign Wild Beyond the Witchlight (WBTW) for my family. It’s a roleplay-heavy, combat-light campaign t...
A photo of a stack of Fudge dice (dice with plus and minus signs on each side of the cube) in various colors. Next to the dice are the words "Fudge Games"

5 Fate/Fudge System TTRPGs to Try Out for a Rules-Light Tabletop Campaign

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
I love Dungeons and Dragons. But I also know that it isn’t the ‘forever TTRPG’ for everyone – some people are just looking for something different....
A sketch of concept art for the Skeksis from The Dark Crystal in red pencil against a yellow background. To the left is the words The Dark Crystal Adventure Game in purple and black font

The Dark Crystal Adventure Game: Discussion and Review

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
There have been a lot of franchise tie-in tabletop games coming out recently. Labyrinth, Marvel, The Princess Bride. It’s easy to understand why, o...
An illustration from the announcement of Spelljammer in 5th edition Dungeons and Dragons. It depicts Minsc, a human ranger with purple face paint, and Boo, a space hamster, riding a dragon through space.

4 Things We Hope We See in Spelljammer 5e

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
This week, the D&D Direct Youtube channel surprised long time DnD players with a huge announcement – Spelljammer is finally making its way into...
A photo of the Title from Labyrinth the Board Game, as read on the box. The words Jim Henson's Labyrinth The Board Game are superimposed in stylized font in front of what appears to be a large maze.

You Remind Me of a Game: A Review of Labyrinth the Board Game, a Fantasy Adventure for Families

80sMorgan Carpenter
You remind me of the babe. What babe? The babe with the power, of course. Fans of Jim Henson, David Bowie, 80's movies, and adventure stories gathe...

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