Before it disappeared, I noted this passage from “The Pusher” by John Varley:
It was a wonderful tale he told. It had enchanted castles sitting on mountains of glass, moist caverns beneath the sea, fleets of starships, and shining riders astride horses that flew the galaxy. There were evil alien creatures, and others with much good in them. There were drugged potions. Scaled beasts roared out of hyperspace to devour planets.
This sounds like a great elevator pitch for an Epic-level D&D campaign. If you put every one of these elements into the campaign, I think you’ve got yourself a foolproof Best Campaign Ever.
It sort of seems to takes place in the same time period as Krull (which would also make a better D&D campaign than it did a movie).