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Fantastic Foods in the Forgotten Realms

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
The stereotypical Dungeons and Dragons campaign starts like this, “Our heroes meet in a tavern”. But what kind of tavern? Is it a dwarven one, an e...
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3 Places to Find Inspiration for a Cosmic Horror Campaign

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
What Is Cosmic Horror? Cosmic horror, sometimes called Lovecraftian horror, is a subgenre of horror fiction that deals with and emphasizes the dr...
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6 Fantastic Resources for Creating a Great-Looking Homebrew Document

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
If you’ve been DMing for a while, chances are that you’ve put some work into creating custom monsters, classes, items, locations, and more for your...
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4 Elven Prestige Classes to Inspire (or Adapt for) your 5e Game

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: Dungeons and Dragons 5e has nothing on its previous editions for customization. It’s partly to do with ...
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Dragon Magazine: A Brief History and Explanation

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
If you’ve played Dungeons and Dragons for a long time, chances are that you’ve already heard about Dragon Magazine. It’s possibly the best-known ro...
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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...

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