As the guy whose posted a ton about dragons, I get asked about the other draconic types quite a bit. Everyone has a pet favorite they want to get stats, or a revised take on, and I’m with them. My favorite are Pathfinder’s outer dragons, and maybe one day I’ll get to a point whereContinue reading “Metallic Dragons Revised”
Looking out my thin cold window, staring at the dead leaves and snow, I was thinking of spring. Because I can’t think of anything without relating it to D&D, I put together a couple of springtime race options for you. One is my obvious rewrite of a D&D classic, and the other two are aContinue reading “Springtime Fey”
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”
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”
A lot of players may not realize this, unless they are playing a druid, or someone with polymorph, but 5e has a problem. DMs who do a lot of world building know it, and once I point it out, it will drive you up a wall. The Beast type is nonsensical, and also empty. AndContinue reading “The Beast Type”
A new 5e barbarian path for those believing they have reached physical perfection.