Review: Dungeon Master’s Screen Round-Up

Outside of dice, the Dungeon Master's Screen is the most iconic and visible pieces on a game table. It towers over the table, hides documents and secrets, it is the physical representation of the separation of the Players and the Dungeon Master. There are many forms it takes: taped together 3-ring binders, stood up opened … Continue reading Review: Dungeon Master’s Screen Round-Up

Art That Inspires: Karmazid

In my continuing series on art that inspires my D&D games, I come to another force in the metal cover art world: Karmazid. While the previous piece in this series focused on Adam Burke and his invoking of folk horror, German artist Karmazid invokes a wider range of horror with a distinct focus on devastation. If I … Continue reading Art That Inspires: Karmazid