The real life adventures of Sir Walter Ralegh play out like a D&D campaign. We follow the adventures of England's greatest bard.
The bard is a difficult RPG class to play well. We grant you inspiration by sharing this story of the life of Sir Walter Ralegh, England's true life bard
Camillus de Lellis was an Italian hospital worker. What can he teach us about a Curse of Strahd campaign?
Who said history is boring? Here are some historical novels for nerds, covering Rome, Vikings, and more.
Women and swords aren't imagined to go together. But history and physics tell a different story.
Hokey religions and ancient weapons are no match for a good broadsword at your side, kid. Except for these ancient weapons, which are so gnarly and sadistic you'll want to incorporate them immediately into your D&D or Pathfinder game.…
Given the cancellation of Hannibal, America's beloved cannibal, a few year back, it begs the question: Why has everyone cancelled cannibals? And where does cannibalism in popular culture differ from cannibalism throughout history? !-->!-->!-->…
When the solicitation for David W. Tollen's The Jericho River made its way to our inbox, I was hesitant to accept at first. Mostly because I was neck deep in reading for work and also working my way through An Almost Tangent, the second…