D&D, RPG, Story, Writing

Worldbuilding: “By the Gods!”

I've always loved studying different myths and folktales from around the world, and learning how these beliefs in the supernatural, magical, and divine help to shape our understanding of the world around us. Games like D&D offer a unique opportunity to explore these different perspectives within worlds where gods and powerful beings can reach out… Continue reading Worldbuilding: “By the Gods!”

D&D, RPG, Story, Writing

Worldbuilding: Culture and Language

During our last Worldbuilding post, we explored some of the things that impact the development of a community's sense of culture and identity, like geography, how they transfer knowledge, and how they feel about other cultures. Today, let's look at the way different cultural norms and values are reflected in the language-- I don't just… Continue reading Worldbuilding: Culture and Language

D&D, RPG, Story

D&D for Kids: Opening the Doors to Multigenerational Storytelling

This article was written as a guest post for my friend Draconick! If you haven't seen his blog yet, check it out here for some more fantastic D&D content! The art of oral storytelling has been part of our collective consciousness since the very beginning. It’s how we communicate our histories, beliefs, fears, and dreams…and… Continue reading D&D for Kids: Opening the Doors to Multigenerational Storytelling

D&D, RPG, Workshops, Writing

Update Time: D&D for Kids Resources!

Hey Scribblers! Just a quick update to tell you about the new D&D for Kids Resources page!! We now have a consolidated location for the Scriv's Scribbler's Character Sheets and the brand-new guide for the D&D Storytelling Workshop that started it all! Follow the link in The Library, or check it out here! In other… Continue reading Update Time: D&D for Kids Resources!