The Blighted Circle

Dr. Blight: I hate clean air, it makes people so healthy. But we’ll soon have a remedy for that, won’t we? A druid does not generally seek out the Blighted Circle. No, they are cast into it. When a druid violates the central tenants of their circle in a severe enough manner, they are castContinue reading “The Blighted Circle”

A Different Artificer

WoTC has had three versions of the artificer released for the fifth edition, and enough attempts at third and fourth that it’s time for me to call it. A consistent complaint I’ve had with artificers over the years is that I don’t particularly want to be a spellcaster. I want to tinker with magic items,Continue reading “A Different Artificer”

White Dragons, 5e

Welcome to our guide to white dragons in 5e. White Dragon Lair White dragons are the least intelligent, and most animalistic of the dragons. They prowl the icy tundra of the coldest regions on the material plane, hunting mastodons and rhemoraz, and while they are still dragons and happy to horde treasure, instead they mostlyContinue reading “White Dragons, 5e”

Green Dragons, 5e

Welcome to our guide to green dragons in 5e. Green Dragon Lair Green dragons live in forests. For whatever reason, there is a temptation to make them friendly, Snow-White-esque nature lovers. Their powers support it, but keep in mind. They are chromatic dragons, who are described as the most cunning and treacherous of dragons. GreenContinue reading “Green Dragons, 5e”

Blue Dragons, 5e

Welcome to our guide to blue dragons in 5e. Blue Dragon Lair Whereas black dragons hide in swamps, blue dragons rule deserts. Hiding isn’t an option, and they make minimal effort to do so. Instead, their lairs focus around showy, high impact effects. Their hex is always under the effect of thunderstorms, and dust devilsContinue reading “Blue Dragons, 5e”

Black Dragons, 5e

Welcome to our first 5e guide to dragons. Keeping in our alphabetical order approach, we begin with Black Dragons. Black Dragon Lair Generally speaking, black dragons live in swamps, and use their lair to great effect. When running a black dragon, any encounter in the hex should take twice as long to travel through dueContinue reading “Black Dragons, 5e”

Dragons, What’s Next

Wow. Looking back, I’ve been talking about dragons since June on here, and its mid December. That’s 6 months of weekly dragon stats, mechanics, and lore. The most common question I get is “Why not 5e?” followed by “Ok, but when 5e?” and I’ll provide some answers. Why not 5e? First, from a practical standpoint.Continue reading “Dragons, What’s Next”