Medieval fantasy is a subgenre of fantasy that encompasses the Middle Ages and sometimes simply represents fictitious versions of historic events. This subgenre is common among role-playing games, text-based roleplaying, and high-fantasy literature. It can include various elements of Middle Ages European culture and society, including a monarchical government, feudal social structure, medieval warfare, and mythical entities common in European folklore.
- The Hobbit (1937) and The Lord of the Rings (1954-1955)  by J. R. R. Tolkien
- The Chronicles of Narnia (1950-1956) by C. S. Lewis
- Slayers (1989-2018)
- The Witcher (1993-) by Andrzej Sapkowski.
- A Song of Ice and Fire (1996-) by George R. R. Martin  
- KonoSuba (2013-)
- Re:Zero − Starting Life in Another World (2014-)
- Dungeons and Dragons (1974-)
- Tunnels & Trolls (1975)
- White Bear and Red Moon (1975-)
- RuneQuest (1978-)
- Warhammer Fantasy Battle (1983-2015)
- Castles & Crusades (2004-)
- Pathfinder Roleplaying Game (2008-)
- Ultima series (1981-)
- Wizardry (1981-)
- Dragon Quest (1986-)
- The Legend of Zelda (1986-)
- Final Fantasy I (1987), II (1988), III (1990), IV (1991), V (1992), IX (2000), XI (2002) and XIV (2010)
- Ogre Battle (1993-2001)
- The Elder Scrolls (1994-)
- Warcraft (1994-)
- Baldur's Gate (1998-)
- EverQuest (1999)
- EverQuest II (2004)
- Gothic (2001-2008)
- Neverwinter Nights (2002-2009) 
- Guild Wars (2005)
- The Witcher Games (2007-)
- Dragon Age (2009-)
- The Souls Series (2009-)
- RIFT (2011) 
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- Cavalli, Earnest. "Garriott 'Probably' Returning to 'Medieval Fantasy' Genre".
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