Author: Bart Carroll

A Man and His Dog: Original Ending

My first fiction piece for Dragon+ had been published back in Issue 9, with enormous editing help from Adam Lee (champion on D&D/R&D’s Story Team). One of his suggestions had been to preserve the...

Dragon+14: Prelude

My latest piece of fiction has now been published in Dragon+ Issue 14: So there was a joke being told around the city’s lanceboards. Not a terribly good one, it must be said, but...

Dragon+ 13: Tomb of Horrors

For the Endeavor Issue of Dragon+ (Issue 13), I created several of the fiction pieces framing the various adventures from D&D Tales from the Yawning Portal. The following prefaced Tomb of Horrors: Nubs sat in...

Dragon+ 13: Against the Giants

For the Endeavor Issue of Dragon+ (Issue 13), I created several of the fiction pieces framing the various adventures from D&D Tales from the Yawning Portal. The following prefaced Against the Giants: Various charms hung...

Dragon+ 13: White Plume Mountain

For the Endeavor Issue of Dragon+ (Issue 13), I created several of the fiction pieces framing the various adventures from D&D Tales from the Yawning Portal. The following prefaced White Plume Mountain: Fugitives occasionally made...

Dragon+ 13: The Sunless Citadel

For the Endeavor Issue of Dragon+ (Issue 13), I created several of the fiction pieces framing the various adventures from D&D Tales from the Yawning Portal. The following prefaced The Sunless Citadel: Perhaps the hour...

Dragon+ 11: Return to the Steading

My latest piece of fiction has now been published in Dragon+ Issue 11: Dry, hidden, and large enough to shelter a full party along with associates, hirelings, and mounts, the cave had once been...

Widow’s Talk: Shall We Necromance?

I had the honor to create a haunt (scenario) for the Betrayal at House on the Hill: Widow’s Walk expansion. My recent post, published to the Avalon Hill Facebook blog discusses its design: I joined...

Dragon+ 9: A Man and His Dog

My first piece of fiction for Dragon+ has now been published in Issue 9: A dark line flowed from Beliard mirroring the tendrils of smoke rising above—a steady flow of refugees traveling from the...

Review: It Follows

It’s certainly cheating to re-post an older blog entry (from an older blog), but let’s just use it as a starting point. From a 2011 post series on monsters: The Thing… represents a kind...