- The Denham Tracts: A Collection of Folklore : Reprinted from the ..., Volume 2, by Michael Aislabie Denham
I've posted this quote before. It makes a powerful impression on me.
I've said before that the text of the The Hobbit is QUITE magical and fantastical. Any claim that Tolkien is "low magic" is contradicted by just how much magic is squirming and pulsing on each page.
As you travel across Wilderland, no village, town, or city should lack a fundamentally magical feature. Each location you travel to should have a magic river, a shape-changing mayor, or be built on a lake.
If you need some fantastic location quickly, use this table.
The table is a d21 since I use Tarot instead of dice at my table. You can read across or mix and match.