Concluding this month’s RPG Blog Carnival: Taverns, Bars and places to meet

31 March, 2023

A toast to our fine RPG Blog Carnival contributors!Here we wrap up the RPG Blog Carnival for the Month of March, 2023, on the theme of Taverns, Bars and other places to meet.

Thank you everyone who participated!

We saw:

Of Dice and Dragons dig through the archives for Add a little flavor to your tavern, with ideas to do just that!

Clark Timmons looking at the trope of You Meet in a Tavern, where it comes from and it has become so deeply enmeshed with fantasy gaming.

At the Seed of Worlds, they look back over a long-running campaign and the role of the Bars and Taverns of Thenya.

Plastic Polyhedra provided us with a Seedy Sci Fi / Cyberpunk bar generator, which really is the random generator we all need.

While I did some fantasy places in Port Imperial: The Crossroad CoffeehouseHope’s Hearth, The Quill and SwordThe Saucy Seadragon tavern, and The Silver Horse.

I also looked at some of the Bars and Clubs in my Shadowrun campaign.

Hope that you enjoyed the contributions and found them useful!  (And later entries are welcome!)

RPG Blog CarnivalNotes: The RPG Blog Carnival for April is Creating Elements for a Setting hosted by Codex Anathema.

And a late entry from Vile Envoy!, the Green Gland in 13 Stages, looking at a pleasure district.

Image found on the Mirriam-Webster page and its licensing status is unknown.


  1. […] Sea of Stars for hosting the March 2023 RPG Blog Carnival. There’s a nice posting there that wraps up all the entries – be sure to check in […]

  2. hello! i made a contribution last month but forgot to post it here — thanks for hosting! https://vile-envoy.blogspot.com/2023/03/the-green-gland-in-13-stages.html

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