Every now and then, we come across a tabletop gaming project that’s too epic to ignore. One of these is Durin’s Anvil, a lovingly-crafted custom gaming table inspired by Lord of the Rings. It stands as a shining example of real-life Dwarven craftsmanship, and a testament to its creator’s love of fantasy and D&D.
We’re almost a third of the way through our Kickstarter campaign for Wondrous Expeditions: Forests, and we’ve already unlocked half our Stretch Goals! As of this writing, the campaign has just passed €60,000, or roughly $71,300! This puts us over the threshold for our latest Stretch Goal–Full-Color Chapter Art Spreads!
Four months ago, we posted an urgent message asking for your help to get Loresmyth through the COVID-19 crisis. After a very sobering look at our situation, we had realized that without an extraordinary uptick in sales (and exceptional support for our Heroic Challenges Kickstarter campaign), Loresmyth might be forced to shut its doors, possibly for good. So how are we doing now?
Hey Loresmyths! We're less than a month away from the launch of Wondrous Expeditions: Forests, so this week we wanted to showcase what it's like to bring our awesome tabletop projects to life. A while back, Loresmyth founder Chris van…
When I’m not working for Loresmyth, I’m running 5e D&D games as a professional Game Master! However, due to the COVID-19 epidemic, I’ve had to run all my games virtually with Roll20. I’m always looking for cool map tiles to…
Recently, one of our fans on the Discord (Steve Watson a.k.a Dire Mongoose), posted some cool photos of maps he made using our Modular Dungeon Tiles and Google Sheets. Steve explained how easy it was to make beautiful, functional, and digital dungeon maps this way, so we decided to interview him!
Coming up with roleplaying ideas on the spot isn’t easy. Dungeon Discoveries card decks help you conjure up inspirational world-building details with the flip of a card. Three, all-new scifi decks are now available, bringing you endless futuristic things to find when your players are searching or veering off the beaten path.
Want a chance to talk to Loresmyth founder Chris van der Linden? How about play a game of D&D in our “Savage Dawn” setting? You can do all of that (and more) online at Aethercon this weekend!