10 Things to Inspire Your Feywild Adventure | The Wild Beyond the Witchlight | D&D Beyond

From Spirited Away and Labyrinth to A Midsummer Nights Dream and Succession, inspiration for a D&D Feywild Adventure can come from many places! Amy Dallen and Joe Starr bring you 10 books, movies, tv shows and more that will help spark ideas for your next adventure!

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4:51 Something Wicked This Way Comes
7:40 Over the Garden Wall
11:35 Classic poems & plays
15:28 Labyrinth
18:49 Turn of the Century Fiction
21:22 Return to Oz
24:37 Artists to Inspire & Neil Gaiman’s Sandman
29:56 Spirited Away
34:43 Modern Fantasy & new takes on the Fae
41:13 Succession

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  1. 29:52 I think Japanese culture at heart is very fey-like. After much learning about Western literature through D&D, I saw Japanese idea of realms of gods/kami (which is very vividly depicted in Spirited Away or Princess Mononoke for sure) felt very similar to what D&D consider them to be fey. The classic tale of Urashima Taro had fey-style time skip, legendary femme fatale Tamamo-no-Mae is a kitsune in legends and so much more.
    And that's I think one of many reasons why they're OBSESSED with Alice when they come to classic literature references.

  2. In my feywild campaign you work for an Archfey pharmaceutical company that is the reason why potions of healing are 50 gp across the multiverse. You do not want to know what the active ingredients in a healing potion are…

  3. I was in a campaign (that fell apart because the players got different jobs) that was about a proxy war/cold war between the Feywild and the Shadowfell, and the party had members from both sides. We were doing missions that were aimed at keeping people from realizing that the two sides were at war. But we knew that if the war was decided, we would be eliminated.

  4. The Thursday Next book series by Jasper Fforde. It's a world in which people can be transported into famous works of literature and change the narrative. But also time travelers, vampires, illegal cheeses, the Toast Marketing Board and a hundred other crazy non-sequiturs are all successfully mashed together into a somehow perfectly cohesive and hilarious action adventure.

  5. Also check out the excellent series on Netflix called HILDA. It's fun and skews a little young, but fun stuff too.

    If you want to go old school, the Conan movies from the early 80s. What I like about the old school fantasy is the paucity of magic. It makes magic special, which I don't really find in the modern games. But to each their own. If you start from a world of little to no magic, and enter a world where it's common, then it helps up the ante, I find.

    The Ridley Scott classic LEGEND is great for mood. Watch the director's cut; it makes more sense than the domestic release.

    DARK CRYSTAL, the movie and the series.

    Again, old school, is DRAGON SLAYER. Not so much for Feywild, but it's the best dragon put to film. It's a requirement.

    Lots of great reference from Amy here. Arthur Rackham, Brian Froud, Patrick Woodroffe, Virgil Finlay and their contemporaries, are artists worth looking at.

    Edit: also look for older versions of King Arthur stories. They're almost Shakespearean in language and the art is beautiful (can't remember a particular artist) Edit2: Howard Pyle, Frank Godwin.

  6. I'm mainly excited because I like to play Land Druids and most of their abilities are actually centered around fey creatures and sentient plants. Not sure about the sentient plants in this one, but there is gonna be a lot of fey creatures.

  7. 0:52
    Long cat is long!

    Back on topic, Kobold Press's Tome of Beasts is full of Fey creatures good, evil, and neutral that can be used for Feywild adventures. Additionally, the Shivering Isles from The Elder Scrolls is a great source of Fey inspiration.

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