We have fallen down a rabbit hole of trying out themes based on dares a couple of times now. So when we were at the shop talking about how the latest iteration of Scooby Doo is really good, the idea of making it the theme of the month came up….

Humans are social creatures, and one thing all cultures have in common is that we love to tell stories. Dangers in the deep dark woods have given rise to one of the first reoccurring antagonists, the Big Bad Wolf. Probably best known as the villain of Little Red Riding Hood,…

In a world where D&D exists, one of the questions I often find myself asking when I read fantasy RPG systems is this: Why am I playing this when I could be playing D&D? It’s a simple question, and not every game system has a satisfactory answer. Fantasy Age, however,…

We are closing in on a year of new content here at Forgot My Dice. Some of you out there may not know what we do, so this primer is for you. Every month we come up with a theme, and then structure articles around the theme in the form…

Forget what you saw in cartoons as a kid, the real fairy tales have far more in common with D&D. For one, you’ve got heroic characters with strong alignments fighting evil loosely based on local folklore. Then, there are monsters, romance, and epic quests! And many of the original tales didn’t end happily,…