WIZARDSHINS IMAGINARIUM

As a writer and dungeon master, I have often faced creative blocks, struggled to find the right tools to help me in my world building, and have felt overwhelmed and unsure of where to start. I often create prompts for myself as a means of pushing along my own writing and I thought, why not share these with people in the hopes they might find even a tiny flicker of inspiration? And here I am today with my offerings of battle and scene maps with accompanying story prompts, print and play tabletop gaming tools, free story-based mini modules, and world-building posts on Instagram and this site where I ask questions to help you hone your characters or provide NPC’s for your encounters and writing projects.

FREE SYSTEM-NEUTRAL ADVENTURES:

Looking for a one-shot for when your players want a break from the campaign at large? Short on story ideas for planning your next session as a dungeon master? Wizardshins Anyworld Adventures are system-agnostic with a strong focus on a predetermined story progression, created so that the setting, plot events, enemies, and even loot can be used in any game setting of your choice. These adventures can be scaled at the DM’s discretion to accommodate any party size and level. Because these adventures are system neutral, stat blocks and conditions for challenges are not included: simply use the standard for your chosen system’s equivalent. With a fully-plotted story arc, detailed scene/battle maps, and a list of NPC’s/enemies, these mini-modules have everything you need to jump start an encounter. Anyworld Adventures can be run as one-shots or seamlessly integrated with your current campaign…you decide what works best for your group!

MAPS:

CHARACTER CREATION RESOURCES:

COMBAT TRACKERS, GM HANDOUTS, AND OTHER GAMING RESOURCES:

WHY ARE THEY FREE?

Why do I give these things away for free? Simple: I’m operating from a place of privilege and have the ability and desire to offer these parts of my creative efforts for free. I believe creators should charge fair prices for their efforts, always and forever. In my case, I have a choice and have decided that fun gaming resources is a gift I can afford to give. I’m also not a professional game developer: TTRPG content generation is purely something I do for fun, and it is my hope that you reap the benefits. Tabletop RPG gaming is a hobby that can be for anyone who has access to pen, paper, and either a physical set of dice, or access to an online dice roller, and I’d like to add a little icing to the cake, or even a few presents to the birthday gift pile. I’ll still continue to sell my fiction and may eventually collect my adventures and prompts into books to sell, but these resources will largely remain gratis.

The imaginarium at work…