Hey Friends!

This week we're featuring some fun content. We have a 90s nostalgia magic item, a couple of DM tools (as always), a review of a truly awful novel by a great man and community art. :)

Choose Monsters Based on the Story

It sounds obvious, but Sly Flourish goes into good detail on how and why to use monsters that make sense based on your story.

Dungeons & Dragons & Novels: Revisiting Gary Gygax's Saga of Old Town

First, Gary Gygax created Dungeons & Dragons. Then, he created the fantasy world of Oerth and its greatest city, Greyhawk. Then, he set his mind to writing a D&D novel set in Greyhawk. Gary Gygax created something quite dreadful.

Falling in a Hole Traps

Falling as a source of damage is often overlooked, even though it’s one of the most common dangers that an adventurer can face.

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Barbarian Pin-Ups

Bearman-Bao gives us some barbarians taking full advantage of their unarmored defense, if you know what I mean.

Silly DnD Item - Shoes of The Moon

These are.. exactly what you think they are. 90s nostalgia mixed with DnD nerding.


Human Swashbuckler Rogue Commission

This one gives me $12 fantasy book cover vibes.

Day 52 - Punching

We have met Sunflower the Goblin before. And I think it's adorable so it's getting shared again in a different post.

Mounted Paladin on Celestial Ram

No offense to the rider, but I want to know the backstory on this ram way more.

Angry Moocow

Hmmm… I think I lost the backstory for this one…. Let me see here… Big scary moocow…. tattoos… gold earring… manacles on horns and hoof… unnecessary layered armor covering a single limb…. Oh yeah he must be one of those gladiator things.

The Silver Warrior

This is the elfiest looking elf I've ever seen.

Korean Gisaeng Inspired Tiefling

It is a rare treat to see DnD characters online in a traditional medium. This one is gorgeous.