Worldbuilding Magazine is proud to be partnered with these sites. Each of them offer valuable tools or resources to worldbuilders of all kinds. Please check out what they have to offer.
World Anvil is the go-to tool for organizing all aspects of your world. It has article templates, interactive maps, timelines, several RPG features, and advanced article linking—all for free. As a Patreon subscriber, you get even more features, like CSS customization, private worlds, and co-authoring.
Read our initial post about them here.
Mythcreants creates articles, podcasts, and comics for speculative fiction storytellers. To better understand and tell the stories we love, we analyze popular works and explore techniques in writing, roleplaying, and worldbuilding.
GM Forge is a Standalone Virtual Tabletop with competitive features, making it a good affordable alternative. When you buy a copy of GM Forge, your friends join you through their web browser without purchasing a copy. It has all the competitive features in other virtual tabletops, as well as some impressive new innovative ideas built with the average GM in mind.
Mythic Scribes is a community of fantasy writers who are passionate about storytelling. We provide a platform for new and aspiring authors, as well as a meeting place for writers and fans of the genre.
Nerdolopedia is a multimedia production group based around a community of fellow nerds. On our Twitch channel we play our favorite videogames, get crafty with miniatures and doodles, or group up to play tabletop games. On our discord we love to hang out and talk about writing, streaming, videogames, and whatever our fellow nerds find passion in. We like to hold community events like our monthly game (community picked!) and our monthly write in’s.
Inkblood Writers’ Guild is an online community dedicated to helping speculative fiction writers commit to and finish a work of fantasy or science fiction. We offer several methods of measuring progress and engaging with the community, such as weekly accountability checks, community programs like Daily Topics, project subscriptions, scheduled (yet voluntary) critique sessions, and general craft discussion between over 100 dedicated community members.
Welcome to Fantasy Worldbuilding, a community of individuals who create a wide variety of worlds of different genres. We’re a laidback community that prides itself on the close knit nature of its members and the fact that you won’t vanish in a sea of comments. Come in and join us, we love both the experienced and the new. There’s something for everyone in FWB, and for those who like a little competition, you can even join our monthly contests.