iSlaytheDragon, Now in Printable Variety


Earlier this year, I mentioned that one of the goals of this year for the ol’ Dragon was to find ways to partner with other sites to provide more content and resources for the gaming community, and I’m happy to announce that we’re doing just that!

iheartprintandplay is a blog run by a fella named Derek, who creates printable and playable resources, primarily for RPGs. However, they also catalog, host, and/or link to other PnP resources for board games. The point is, Derek is putting a lot in to the tabletop community.

And now, iSlaytheDragon is partnering with iheartprintandplay to provide those resources to a broader community. What does that mean for you, for us, and for dragons all over the world?

First of all, you’ll start to see updates regarding ihp&p stuff on the Dragon’s Twitter and other social media.  We’ll be moving our “games” tab (which currently features our own Ticket to Ride: Centuries) away, and you’ll be able to grab TTR:C (and any other games we would have posted) on ihp&p. Instead of the “Free PnP Games” tab, you’ll be seeing an iheartprintandplay tab, so it’ll be easy to access all the tabletop resources ihp&p provides.  You’ll also see recent iheartprintandplay posts in our sidebar.

iheartprintandplay is constantly growing, adding resources both RPG and board game, and if you have a PnP game you’d like to share or know of something that the world should know about, you can feel free to submit it to either iSlaytheDragon or iheartprintandplay. If it’s good, we’ll share it!

We’re hoping this will grow both of our communities and give you even more reasons to come back to iSlaytheDragon. And we’re always on the lookout for more ways to give back to the gaming community, so if you or someone you know has a little blog that would like to join up with the iSlaytheDragon network of sites, let us know!

Here’s to the future. We’re definitely excited about what’s coming.


Futurewolfie loves epic games, space, and epic games set in space. You'll find him rolling fistfuls of dice, reveling in thematic goodness, and giving Farmerlenny a hard time for liking boring stuff.

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