As a small creator, I understand very well the love expressed by publishing things for the wider public. These are a few more small creators you might like:
Jack the giant killer
Of Gods and Gamemasters, is a fellow oldtimer that produces high fantasy content that is worthy of the name “high fantasy”. (Youtube Twitter) See his Displacer Beast page here, he links to his Patreon, but the beast’s content is free.
An artist, photographer, writer, and world creator, soon to be a podcaster. I love the aesthetics of the site!!!
Daddy Rolled a 1
Immense library of content, I just read 1 to understand this “daddy”. It is a must-read, based on medieval military translated to dnd, read it here. I will be using this! (Twitter)
These people run an RSS for GURPS… I need a universal translator, but I found in their site this wonderful book!!! (Twitter)
The Goblin’s Notebook
This is a very affordable, even free, notetaking tool for players and Dms alike. And I like! It is worth having a look and it will add to your fun!
This purple Canadian god is mostly active on Twitter@goosidore , his site is here. No need to visit the site, but his Twitter is white-bearded and long-haired! He is creating a community with prompts to comment and lots of retweets! There is mention of Shandire… a place? I have to dig into his tweets!
This is a creator that focuses on younger players. Anyone can appreciate the emphasis on the inclusion of sign language, but was I a hatchling I would definitely play within this playground!
Like Joan of Arc
Ok, now this gal looks like a ton of fun! I would love for her to be my DM!!! Her CV/life looks like one adventure after another, and she has appeared, several times, in the 3 black halflings podcast! Click here to see her 6 types of adventures! (Twitter)
This guy gives out some of the best maps of Faerun I have ever seen (outside of WotC). Has an adventure of sale and a page to share other sharers 🙂 (Twitter)
A dnd podcaster of sessions. Lots of fun to hear as background while ironing and/or folding 🙂
They publish the work of People Of Color . Check out their team, they are more colorful than the rainbow. More colorful than a fey rainbow during pride week! (Twitter)
This is an online magazine aimed at…. me! Geeky stuff galore! I was just reading Joe Ward’s interview. (Twitter)
A portal for advancing ttrpgs for kids. They help parents, teachers, camp leaders, kids, teens, and game creators come together to increase the fun!
This is an independent futuristic game, it is not dnd, but I could not avoid including this because of the blue 3-eyed merchant! Love the guy! (Twitter)
Mara of the League
A series of books calling on the 11yo Mara to defend her aunt from witch hunters. The writer lives in Main (get it?). (Twitter)