This page is dedicated to the awesome fans who created art, music, or other cool stuff based on The Wandering Inn’s story! Note that spoilers may be present here.
The two banners you see while browsing the site were designed by Raoul, a graphic design artist. See more of his works at corellastudios.com!
This series of portraits and picture of Ryoka and Erin was done by the amazing Evionth! Check out more of their art here!
Spoilers ahead! These are some amazing character sheets drawn by Enuryn the [Naturalist]! They are fantastically cool and you should check out Enuryn’s Tumblr here! He’s done three of the Antinium, and I have nothing but gratitude for each one!
Minor spoilers. Here’s a cute interpretation of Mrsha the Gnoll! It’s drawn by SilverFighter, another [Artist] who reads The Wandering Inn!
Spoilers, oh the spoilers! This is the incredibly cool image of The Wandering Inn drawn by the [Possessed Painter] Pino44io, also known as Victor Koroedov! He worked on it for over a week–check out his Deviantart page here! It was commissioned by a [Patron of the Arts] who goes by the name of deathsand12, much thanks to him for adding to the art of The Wandering Inn!
He’s also done a fantastic scene of the Redfang Goblins vs the Goblin Lord! A truly epic battle! See if you can identify all of the Redfangs, and spot the special non-Goblin guest! Amazing props to Pino44io, and deathsand12 for funding the commission!
Spoilers! There’s so many! Here’s more artwork by Miguel, who’s shared some sketches of his take of The Wandering Inn’s characters! Check out his site here!
Spoilers! This is a series of sketches made by Black Noise! They depict our favorite fey–the Frost Faeries! Or just Ivolethe. Honestly, it would be hard to tell. Either way, they’re somewhat cute, somewhat scary creatures and I think Black Noise captures that well! Big thanks to him, especially since he sent me the sketches long before this section even existed and I forgot to add them.
Volume 5 Spoilers! This portrait of Lady Welca Vis of the Knights of the Petal was commissioned by none other than Yarrick, an [Art Connoisseur] and a reader of the story! Credit to Zamberz for making this incredible piece!
Gore spoilers! This is a massively impressive commission, again by Yarrick! It’s by Nico Saba, a very talented artist who’s drawn a Knight of the Petal…when they don’t win. However, due to the graphic nature of the picture, it’s not being displayed. To see it, click below, but be warned! There is blood and entrails. Still fantastic. Massive thanks to Yarrick again!
Not spoilers at last! This is a work by HiuGregg of The Fantasy Inn! He’s a reviewer of stories, but also made this cool animated image of The Wandering Inn’s cover!
No spoilers here! Well, probably… These are a collection by Jason Yao! He has an Instagram filled with amazing art and he’s represented the Antinium, two of our favorite Goblins, and a drawing of Liscor’s crypts! He admits that he forgot to add two arms in the case of the Antinium Soldiers, but I don’t think it matters. Just imagine a Soldier charging at you down a dark tunnel. Great work, and extremely detailed!
Sort-of-spoilers? This is a wonderful series of portraits drawn by the [Face Artist] known as Carol M! The full gallery is here. I truly enjoy all of their faces, especially Ryoka’s peeved look. Very true to her character!
Spoilers! Read no further if you don’t want spoilers! Aristide Twain, a [Sketcher] with a great cartoon-art style made bunch of sketches of people from the story! Check out their Deviantart page here! I particularly like Mrsha in the character sketch, on the bottom left.
Massive Volume 5 Spoilers! I have a series of pictures, again from our [Art Connoisseur], Yarrick! He’s commissioned an amazing landscape of Liscor, how it normally looks and Liscor during the rainy season. The artist is Cristian T. Art and I hope you check out their Instagram for more great art!
And that’s not all! Yarrick’s also commissioned a portrait of Magnolia Reinhart herself! There’s a sketch of what she might have looked like as a young woman and a formal portrait. She looks quite austere…I imagine the real Magnolia might object to the portrait, but this is probably hanging in her family estate, probably commissioned by Regis Reinhart. I quite enjoy the portrait, and the younger Magnolia’s smirk most of all. (This was done by Stephanie Chen! Check out her Deviantart here!)
Cute spoilers! These are some lovely images of Mrsha, Apista, Bird, and Pirate that can be used as emojis! I like them as pictures, too. Scott Cross, a very cool reader made them!
No spoilers! Here’s a picture of Erin by CatloverK, an artist who captures Erin with a plate of pasta in hand! And honestly, isn’t that what we all aspire to be? Holding pasta? And eating it? She’s also done a host of other great characters, from Ceria to Magnolia to Ryoka!
Obvious Spoilers! A talented [Mouse Artist] by the name of DemonicCriminal sent me a series of sketches and an inked drawing of some of our favorite characters from The Wandering Inn! Antinium, Ryoka, Halrac…it’s all amazing! Check out their deviantArt page and give them a like! I personally enjoy the distinction they’ve made between Workers, Soldiers, and Klbkch.
Goblin spoilers! Do you like Goblins? One of our local [Goblin Artists], who may or may not be a Goblin, drew a series of heartwarming and heartbreaking pictures! Also, his vision of the Antinium, which resembles a certain video game…I’d play it! But then I’d get depressed. Great work, and check out his Imgur album here!
Iconic spoilers! Cyan of ccyanarts.tumblr.com has kindly drawn a series of amazingly cute images, including Rags and Erin playing chess! It’s a wonderful scene, and I encourage you to check out more of her works!
Scary spoilers. Here’s a horrific…ly great drawing of a Creler by Typist Kid! It’s most definitely a baby if anyone’s asking. The older ones aren’t as uh–well, aren’t. But this Creler certainly captures the imagination. And if you get too close to it, it’ll capture you as well. Great, and horrible stuff!
Nostalgic spoilers. Here’s an incredible commission by Joseph G, drawn by Daniel Gonzalez of all five Redfang warriors. I appreciate that you can tell each one apart with just a glance. Just amazing work and a big thanks to Joseph, an [Art commissioner] of fine taste!
Tabletop spoilers! If you remember Yarrick, our [Extraordinary Commissioner], well, you won’t be surprised to see another fantastic piece of art, this time by Devin Night of https://immortalnights.com/tokensite/! By all means check them out and enjoy these four miniatures of Garen Redfang and Redscar, ready for battle!
Portrait spoilers! Here are some lovely sketches by the talented Briose! More sketches of some of the ladies of The Wandering Inn! Not the actual [Ladies], by the way. But just as cool!
Selfie spoilers! No, for real. If you understand this picture, you understand how great it is! Thanks to Carl Zornosa for drawing this great image of Teriarch, and to Blue Juice Junky for commissioning it! While their Cookie Clicker skills leave something to be desired, their artistic tastes are top-notch!
Chalky spoilers! Not really, though. This is an incredibly cool bit of calligraphy by Reddit’s u/CalligraphyPen! Much love for the brilliant writing! Much better than any of my handwriting. A [Calligrapher]’s work indeed!
Pisces spoilers! And Gazi! Vreemdear, an awesome [Illustrator] with a gallery drew our favorite [Necromancer] and half-Gazer! I love the mossy Pisces. True to character!
Incredible spoilers! Proof that there’s amazing stuff no matter how far down this page you go–Socs, an [Artist] with a Deviantart page here has made their first entry into The Wandering Inn’s fan works in a huge way! They’ve made a gallery of a huge number of species and characters from the story! I especially love their take on the Lizardfolk of Baleros! If you want to visualize some of the species in the story, take a look at Soc’s take!
Video spoilers! This is an incredible picture by Snowstorm, a user who dedicated over a month of work to create this picture of The Wandering Inn’s most iconic cast! It’s great, and it has a video! Check it out here! I truly appreciate all the hard work and love the image. It’s great not only to see and remember how far the story’s come, but see how it was drawn.
A Level 19 [Cartographer] took the raw sketch I did of one of the main continents, Izril and turned it into a cool thing! You can see the full version here.
We also have a second map by Straw, who took my awful sketch and gave it color! Excellent work by another [Mapmaker]!
Glitchy has composed a really fun set of theme songs! I personally like Ryoka’s Theme the most, but I like all of them so I’m not really that impartial.
Spoilers ahead! Not too many, but Simon has written a poem about a certain [King]! Read and be spoiled at your own risk!
A lonely king sits upon a broken throne.
His kingdom and dreams are dust in his hands, the sands rise to consume them both.
Hollow dreams and broken memories plague him, hope is gone, his people fade.
A lonely king sits upon a broken throne.
His kingdom starves, his friends weep, the king still sleeps.
Footsteps echo in the empty hall, his heart stirs, will he answer the secret call.
He sees reason and truth, he sees his heart revealed.
The king sits upon his throne.
His friends gather, a message is sent and steel drawn, a new flame is borne.
His toes gather and armies march, will he survive the coming war.
A king sits upon a broken throne.
The earth is shaken and blood is spilt, the lightning burns the past away.
A war is won, a heart is broken as chains are forged, new slaves are born.
Flos sits upon his throne.
His people many, his army vast, his fire burning once again.
He marches forth, a nation is broken, it’s city in ruins, a great foe he beheads.
The world knows he is awake.
Flos the King Of Destruction sits upon a mighty throne.
Volume 5 Spoilers ahead! One of our [Poets], Paul McGrath, has come up with a few verses to celebrate the indomitable spirit of Liscor’s people and their scorn for the Walled City of Pallass after the famed battle agaisnt the Face-Eater Moths. If you haven’t read it yet, be warned!
Where were you when the dungeon came to call,
when monsters rose up and blood flooded the wall.
Did you watch and do nothing, just stand to the side,
making comments and laughing as we fought, as we died.
For those that we thought would come to our aid,
did nothing but watch, our deaths a parade.
Yet others rose up risking flesh, blood, and bone,
to fight for the lives of those not their own.
And after the fight, when all’s said and done,
if monsters came calling, Liscor stands as one.
No matter your creed, species or race,
we’ll stand side by side to spit in death’s face.
Proof that the best is certainly not last! Wait. No. I mean, we save the best for last? This is really good is what I’m saying! A fabulous [Analyst] actually came up with a set of statistics about The Wandering Inn, from word count to the most used words in the story! It’s an amazing graphic and presentation of hard research, and for that they deserve this final slot of honor!
By the way, the picture is actually a few months out of date as of writing; we’ve passed 4 million words by the way. I have to thank u/noneo for just some excellent work and hope that they’ll update their analysis some day! I love informative and entertaining statistics like this one.