The Botanical Bestiary is a bestiary containing 66 creatures, all of them leshies. Despite all being variants of the same creature, it offers a wide selection of content for your games.
FairyVerse is an eco-punk storytelling poetry game for small groups. Editor Alex got to play a beta version last year while the game was in its revision stages, and it was a fresh, memorable, fun time. Here is his review.
Advice from Felix: Dominate or Dip?
This issue, a reader has a question about Dominate Person and how to make sure the spell is both fair and useful to players.
How to Train Your (Dungeons and) Dragons
The most important element of any tabletop role-playing game is the people.
Map of Dunya
This fantasy map was published in our first issue.
Issue 3: We’re live on DriveThruRPG!
The Problems With the Alignment Chart and Why Your Aunt Marjory Knows What It Is
I would say they’re the Myers-Briggs charts of memes, but Myers-Briggs charts are the Myers-Briggs charts of memes.
A Letter from the Editors Upon the Publication of Our Third Issue
This one is a big one, folks.
Review of Low Stakes by Craig Campbell (Art by Ashley McCammon)
TTRPGs usually start with a founding fictional text they are trying to turn into gameplay.
The world is an unusual place full of unusual creatures. Anyone can have a pet tiger or wolf or even a big bat or small dinosaur. Only the most mundane people settle for such mundane companions on their adventures.