As it turns out, wine really might taste better when you drink it out of the skull of a fallen enemy.

Being at the forefront of science can get you into a lot of trouble. Most of the time, people who contradict “the truth” end up being mocked before sometimes being proven right. Other times, the consequences are horrific.

You’ve undoubtedly heard of the old belief that health depends on the four humors. Channel theory probably goes at least a thousand years further back.

In Out of the Abyss,  “madness” is used in a frustratingly stupid way. 

There was a brief surge in people dying last week. Did it happen in your campaign too?

When doctors lose their licenses in real life, does it tell us anything about the way healers do their jobs in a medieval setting?