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We believe that gaming should be as inclusive, accepting and enjoyable as possible. Below please find some resources to help make your table a fun one!


We recognize that sometimes your games can explore sensitive topics and scenarios. An RPG Consent Checklist is an amazing tool to make sure that the GM and players at the table are on the same page in regards to the content brought to your adventure. You can find many of these online or please feel free to download and use the one we have here!




RPGs can often be out of touch when it comes to inclusivity and representation. That's crap. If the characters in your worlds could reflect the vast complexities of the real world, including characters with disabilities, we believe that makes for amazing world-building and role playing. There are so many wonderful creators designing mechanics for mental illnesses, physical disabilities, and more. We encourage you to do some internet digging of your own, in addition to taking a look at the links we have.


The Combat Wheelchair is a homebrewed creation by Sara Thompson – otherwise known as mustangsart on Twitter. The chair has appeared in Idle Champions of the Forgotten Realms, and D&D livestreams Rivals of Waterdeep and Critical Role. The chair also has its own line of miniatures produced by Strata – strataminis on Twitter.

Disabled herself, Sara is a freelance writer for table-top role-playing games and has worked for established game companies R. Talsorian Games, Paizo, and Steamforged Games.

You can contact Sara at the following email address:

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We want to acknowledge the colonial history of Canada and how Canada has and continues to take from Indigenous people. The effects of colonization are still felt to this day. We acknowledge that our episodes are recorded on the stolen lands of the Secwepemc, Semiahmoo, Katzie, Kwantlen, Musqueam, Squamish, Tsleil-Waututh, and Coast Salish First Nations.


We can all learn more about the colonial history of Canada. Please feel free to use these articles as a jumping off point for your own research.

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