An illustration of a Bag of Devouring from 5e DnD. It appears to be a small bag with a red and blue face smirking outwardly. Next to it are the words "cursed" in red, and "magical items" in black

5 Fun Cursed Items to Include in Your Next D&D Game

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
Plenty of players have done it – beaten the boss monster, looted the lair, and found a glimmering, glittering new toy. A helm perhaps, or a ring, o...
A section of the title image from '12 Secrets of Survival'. The words "survival, magic for the wilderness' are in front of an orange and yellow gradient background

Reading Dragon: A Look Back at β€˜12 Secrets of Survival’

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
One of the original content resources for Dungeons and Dragons, TSR’s Dragon Magazine included a huge variety of articles, reviews, and rules for t...
An illustration of a set of armor made of yellow, orange, and red oak leaves sewn together into a suit or armor. Next to it are the words "Magical Armor and Shields"

5 (More) Cool 3.5e Magical Armors/Shields to Use in Your Current Campaign

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
A while back, we posted an article discussing some of our favorite 3.5e magical items here: 5 Cool 3.5e Magical Items to Include in Your Current Du...
An illustration of a sword with a sun on the hilt, seemingly made out of gold. Above the sword are the words "Magical Items"

5 Cool 3.5e Magical Items to Include in Your Current Dungeons and Dragons Campaign

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
There are few feelings more exciting in Dungeons and Dragons than finding a brand-new magical item. These swords, jewels, rings, and vestments prov...

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