The Many Settings of Dungeons and Dragons part 5: the Licensed and not so Licensed
My last post about the various licensed & slightly unlicensed settings that appeared in D&D over the years.
The Many Settings of Dungeons and Dragons part 3: The Meta-Settings
Alright, I took a little break for family holiday madness. It is time to resume my exploration of the Many official settings of D&D. My previous posts, found here and here, listed the more traditional settings. Today I am going to write about the meta-settings.
The Many Settings of Dungeons and Dragons part 1
This idea started as a twitter thread. I started listing the various settings of D&D. That was both useful and a reminder of the limits of Twitter. What I ran into was the limited character count of twitter. This made me abbreviate the list in places where I shouldn’t have. I also failed to list a couple of major items. This post is part of my attempt to be more thorough.
Sorry for the delay on this. I had a death in the family, and that took a lot of the steam out of me. I hope to get back to writing more regularly. Ironically, I attended the panel which inspired this with the family member who died. He was on my mind a lot while writing it. In my series about spell books, it occurred to me I had not addressed books in general. It is easy to assume everyone is on the same page with regards the subject of books. That said, not everyone really looks into the history of the book as an object and a technology.