Although geared primarily towards 5e Dungeons & Dragons, much of the superb material produced by Master The Dungeon - such as its abundance of top rate, animated, adventure-design videos - is generic enough to suit all fantasy roleplaying tastes.
"We're a small three person team. Jae is our primary writer and does most of the channel's research. Kim does voice over, some of the writing & research, editing, and video editing for the channel. AMP is our artist and creates all of our graphics."My new favourite gaming channel on YouTube, Master The Dungeon offers themed ideas (some serious, some not-so) on elements - often styles of trap - you can add to your dungeons (or overland adventures).
They also have a blog, where they also curate various useful resources for Dungeon Masters, but at the moment I'm more interested in their animated offerings.
If you're so inclined there's even a Patreon so you can you help them produce more of their snappy little fortnightly films (the horse-sized duck vid above is a bit of an outlier, as far as I can tell, as it's way sillier than their standard fare, while still drawing on the workings of game mechanics).
I've barely skimmed the surface of their back catalogue and I've already hit on a dozen ideas I'm swiping for my home game.
Here's a small selection: