Round glasses and a notebook. Black leat

LOREMOTHER GAMES

Creative Writing, Worldbuilding, and
Professional Game Mastery
by Morrigan Robbins

 

LOOKING FOR YOUR NEXT ADVENTURE?

Morrigan Robbins has been running games professionally for over five years. They have been praised by industry veterans and players alike for their innovative worldbuilding, captivating characters and compelling adventures.

 

ONE-SHOT ADVENTURES

Morrigan runs a rotating selection of adventures for Dungeons & Dragons designed to be completed in a single session.

ONGOING CAMPAIGNS

Morrigan runs weekly, bi-weekly and monthly games that last 10-25 sessions in length.

SPECIAL EVENTS

Morrigan is available for corporate events, birthday parties, and other events.

Notebook and Pen

“No thief, however skillful, can rob one of knowledge, and that is why knowledge is the best and safest treasure to acquire.”

L. Frank Baum

 

CREDITS

ICEWIND DALE: RIME OF THE FROSTMAIDEN

September 2020

I had the pleasure of working with an astounding team of freelance adventure designers on this new horror campaign brought to you by Dungeons & Dragons.

I lent my pen to the quest "Mountain Climb" and designed the Trinket Table for the product. I may or may not be responsible for the goats.

Snow

MYTHIC ODYSSEYS OF THEROS

July 2020

I worked on Mythic Odysseys of Theros, during my internship at Wizards of the Coast in the Summer of 2019. Though my participation started off as research into previously published content on Theros, a greek myth inspired Magic: The Gathering setting, I earned my design credit by pitching and developing the sub-chapter on Divine Assistance.

Image by Micheile Henderson

SEA TRINKETS & CREATION TABLES

March 2021

I worked with Duncan Thomson on this wonderful product available on the DM's guild. I wrote the majority of the 80 trinkets that are themed for sea-faring or coastal adventuring.

Ocean Rocks

VAN RICHTEN'S GUIDE TO RAVENLOFT

May 2021

While working on the Dungeons & Dragons team at Wizards of the Coast, I assisted with preliminary research and development of a project that would become Van Richten's Guide to Ravenloft. For this work, my name was included in the "Special Thanks" section of the credits, as I was not a member of the team at the time of publication.

Swooping Bat