This week on World Anvil, we’ll be talking about reusing past adventures, agile worldbuilding (with Rookery Publications!), and how to run an amazing session zero. It’s also the last week of Adventure April, so grab inspiration from our blog, stages, and livestream events!

Summer Camp 2022 Meet-Ups and Live Picnics

Do you live in or close by to Copenhagen, Denmark? London, UK? How about New York City, Miami, or Washington DC in the US? For this Summer Camp 2022, Dimitris and Janet are coming to meet their amazing community! Join us by grabbing your Summer Camp 2022 ticket by clicking on your location. You can also find out more by going to our “Summer Camp Meet Ups for 2022″ blog post! (Tickets are free but limited!)

Summer Camp Meet-Ups and Picnic Dates for 2022

Check out these Development Updates

We have a development updates coming soon to an anvil near you! We can’t get into the nitty-gritty, but here is what the team is readying for launch: We have a super secret project called Erebus; can you guess what it will do 👀? As well, Jay & Stephan are working on Chrono, which will launch very soon! Watch this space for updates, folks.

Join educational Live Events this week

Get involved in the World Anvil Community this week (25th April – 1st May) for one-shot advice for our upcoming challenge, live community support, and inspirational worldbuilding tips.

4th Week of April's Calendar of Community Events

Reusing Your Past Campaigns & Adventures (Discord Community Stage)

What amazing adventures have you already created for your party and players? Let’s create a fresh take on an adventure by combining what we loved about running it and what we would do differently! This Thursday, Tune in to the World Anvil Discord Stage to see how your fellow community members can recycle their past adventures to inspire new and improved ideas!

  • Topic: Reusing Your Past Campaigns & Adventures
  • When: Thursday 28th April at 11:00AM PT / 7:00PM UK
  • Where: World Anvil Discord (World Anvil Radio)

New Features Revealed and Live Support (Community Livestream)

This Friday, is our Community Livestream. We will have minor development updates plus your World Anvil questions answered. Yes, you can tune in to Ask us Anything, learn what’s happening, and take part in the livestream raffles, too!

  • Topic: Community Livestream
  • When: Friday 29th April at 11:00AM PT / 7:00PM UK
  • Where: World Anvil Twitch channel

Agile Worldbuilding with The Rookery (Guest Livestream)

On this Saturday, learn to use your World Meta to help you stay flexible and motivated when Worldbuilding! Janet and Dimitris will be a guest on the Rookery Publications twitch channel! So, join us there!

Start Your Sessions Right with a Session Zero! (Community Livestream)

After Adventure April is over, and we have made our oneshots, there is Play May! We invite our community to come together and play their oneshots! That’s why we’re going over Session Zeroes. Check out our discussion on our Question of the Week channel on the World Anvil Discord, and tune in to find out how you can use your bookshelf to inspire you this Sunday on the World Anvil Twitch Channel.

  • Topic: Session Zero Done Right!
  • When: Sunday 1st May at 11:00AM PT / 7:00PM UK
  • Where: World Anvil Twitch channel

Look Ahead for Educational Live Events next week

Want to know what we’re doing next week (2nd May – 9th May)? Read on to find out how you can get involved in these community events.

1st Week of May's Calendar of Community Events

Get involved with World Anvil’s Community Challenges

As always, challenges are an amazing way to motivate yourself, and a great reason to share your worldbuilding with the community and the wider world.

Community Stream Raffle

This week, we raffled off a FANTASTIC Mini from Eldritch Foundry on our Community Livestream! Tune into the livestreams for a chance to win amazing prizes every week!


That’s all for this week, lovely beans! See you next week for the recap, and until then – grab your hammer, and go worldbuild!

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