“Come not between the dragon, and his wrath.”
Play just about any game involving killing large animals and at some point you’ll be given the option to “open the animal’s inventory” and grab items from it. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could do the same in D&D?
There is no emotion, there is peace. There is no ignorance, there is knowledge. There is no passion, there is serenity. There is no chaos, there is harmony. There is no death, there is the Force. I have seen more than a few “Jedi”-based homebrew. Some build entirely new classes devoted to the concept, while […]
I love wizards. No, not the gaming company (though I do love them, too). I’m talking about the class. I’ve always loved magic-based classes, and the utility and flavor of wizards is a personal favorite of mine. Oddly enough, for being one of my favorite classes I have only played two wizards in my life […]
We have a few things cooking but this is mostly about homebrew.
Why go looking for loot when you can make your own? These are modified rules for crafting magic (and mundane) items in D&D 5e.
Duuun dun. Duuun dun. Our latest homebrew introduces a new race for 5e; the tenacious sharkfolk.
There are more colors than black, blue, green, red, and white, you know.
The “gish” has been a very loved character concept for decades in Dungeons and Dragons. It’s a fighter that also does magic stuff. Or a wizard that also does weapon stuff. Both, really. And since it isn’t properly represented in 5e (though some attempts have been made), I decided to take a crack at it.