An image of a holy symbol from 5e Dungeons and Dragons. Next to the symbol are the words "Gods of the Forgotten Realms" against a white background

5 Gods of the Faerun to Include in Your Next D&D Campaign

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
The continents of the Forgotten Realms are perhaps the most popular, and most frequently used of the official settings for Dungeons and Dragons. It...
A screenshot from the Drunken Dragon website, showing several adventurers that might be played in the game. The one in front is a blue tiefling, with horns and white hair and metal armor

Drunken Dragons: Tabletop Fantasy meets Blockchain Digital Gaming

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
TLDR; Drunken Dragons is an RPG on the blockchain. Assemble a party, conquer, quest, trade and eat/drink with other players along the way, all whil...
The cover image for The Night Cage. It features a hand holding a dripping candle, giving off yellow light against the dark. Next to the hand are the words "The Night Cage: how long will your light last?" and the logo for Smirk and Dagger games

Let's Hope We're Alone In the Dark: A Review of The Night Cage, a Horror Strategy Board Game

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
Do you ever find yourself wishing that your weekly game night was a little less fun-and-laughter, and a little more dread-and-horror? If so, you ma...
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A Brief Guide to Dice Notation and Names

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
The uniting factor for most tabletop games is the use of dice. They act as the arbiter of success and failure, and are used in almost every TTRPG o...
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New Campaigns for the New Year: How to Prep for a DnD Campaign

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
The new year is right around the corner, filled with new friends, new resolutions, and (hopefully) new games of Dungeons and Dragons. We’ve been ta...
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Prewritten Holiday and Christmas Modules on DMsGuild (that are completely affordable!)

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
  The holidays are a great time for get-togethers, including TTRPG groups. But they can also be quite busy, making it a challenge to write, gather,...
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4 Unique Ideas for a Holiday DnD Oneshot

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
Like most special events, we here at D20Collective like to celebrate our holidays by way of tabletop gaming. And like any other festival, it’s grea...
A photo of the Pandering Afterglow Dice set from D20collective, a metal dice set with green and pink sides, against a white background. Next to the dice are the worlds 'Gifting Dice' in stylized letters in alternating red and green colors

How to Pick Out Dice as a Gift (a brief guide to gifting dice sets)

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
The holidays quickly approach, and so does the deadline to find the perfect gifts for your friends and loved ones. If someone you love is into tabl...
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Ideas for Bringing the Holidays to Your Dungeons and Dragons Table

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
It’s come around to that time of year, again. In colder climes, snow begins to fall, fireplaces begin to crackle, and the coziest sweaters begin to...
An image of art from the Complete Scoundrel supplemental, with a human bard in red and blue, a human monk in black, and a half orc mage in a red fur robe. The text on a white background next to the image reads '5 Highly Customizable 3.5e Prestige Classes"

5 Highly Customizable 3.5e Prestige Classes We Wish that 5e Would Incorporate

3.5e dndMorgan Carpenter
There are a few major differences between 3.5e and 5e as editions of Dungeons and Dragons (and 4e, of course, but we don’t talk about 4e). The comp...
A photo of several small, pewter figures with golden accents, which appear to be a kind, a bishop, and a knight. The photo shows only the busts of these figures.

4 Little Details you can Implement to Increase Realism in Your DnD Campaign

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
With all the wizards, dragons, and general magic in Dungeons and Dragons, its easy to let the game slip into the realm of the purely fantastical. A...
A black and white drawing of a broken lute, taken from the 3e Dungeons and Dragons supplements Song and Silence, with the words Bardic Music in typeface next to it.

Bardic Musicians for Dungeons and Dragons NPCs and Player Characters

Blog PostMorgan Carpenter
One of the most common recommendations for spicing up your tabletop sessions is a good soundtrack. Most is mood music, atmospheric instrumentals, b...

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