This year has taught us many things about the tabletop industry. Let’s see what lessons we can take with us into 2022.

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Holly is an evergreen tree with spiny leaves and red berries, particularly valued during the winter solstice. It protects from witchcraft, lightning, and wild animals.

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Go an an adventure beneath the waves and try these 10+ underwater encounters for your D&D and other TTRPG game!

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by Anna Urbanek

The digital version of Herbalist’s Primer has just been delivered to the Kickstarter backers, and the first reviews are beyond our hopes!

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Jakub talks about Duelist, designing system-agnostic mechanics, and has his computer possibly explode in the Dungeons & Degrees podcast!

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This month, our Patrons go on a deep dive into the dark, cold waters, to frolic with dolphins, merfolk, and anglerfish. New releases on Patreon!

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Watch the interview with Anna (me, I mean) over at Dungeon Master’s Guild House! Matthew Whitby has a lot of hard questions… No, I’m joking. We’re just chatting about Herbalist’s Primer, best ways to do research for your RPG project, methods of building an audience, and other ins and outs of creating RPG content for fun and profit.

It also includes Theon the cat and Trevor, the somehow-still-alive plant.

Give it a look!

by Jakub Wisz

In the previous parts of the blog, I covered two of the seven major Kinships, the Khradi and the Triveni. In this one, I wanted to break away from the pattern before it emerges and bring your attention to another thing entirely – alien, mistborn creatures known as Vila. Their ways are as impenetrable to human minds as they themselves are to the human ships floating freely in the mists.

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Is it okay if you give somebody a lift? What if you give back answers? Do you get cheek-ache reading the news? Take a look at this curated collection of useful and colorful words and phrases of Victorian slang and make your 19th-century-inspired games more fleshed-out!

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An absolute must-read for all street mages and urban shamans who want to put some real occult into their magic roleplay.

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Yew is a highly toxic evergreen tree, with showy, red berries and flat, green needles.
It symbolizes death and rebirth, allowing contact, control, and raising of the dead.

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Yes, we’re talking about this ‘Show Your Work‘. I know it’s a well-known book, but it’s a new one for me.

This might be the most useful book I’ve read this year. Admittedly, most books I’ve read were on the topics of botany and occult, which are rather well known to me already. Marketing… Not so much.

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