A collection of all the oriental work on this blog in one place. Meant to act more as a reference as opposed to a sourcebook at such – plug and play for your OA campaign. 5e Oriental Adventures Reference. AdvertisementsRead more "Oriental Adventures for 5e live on DMs Guild"
Playing Total War: Warhammer II recently and I really like the mythos around lizardmen (they are a single gender race – all male – since they spawn and don’t biologically reproduce) – Aztec lizardmen who live in a jungle. I replaced the natives of Chult with lizardmen and moved it to Lustria (amongst other changes) […]Read more "Warhammer Lizardmen in 5e (yes, lizardMEN not lizardFOLK)"
A new science-fantasy kickstarter (full disclosure I will be working on some of the monsters that may appear in this book… MAY 🙂Read more "Alien Bestiary"
I ran my party through the 4e adventure Winter of the Witch ending my third 5th edition campaign. Revenge of the Giants only got the party to level 15 and they wanted to get to 20 so capped the campaign with Winter of the Witch. The picture of the Winter Witch that goes with this adventure […]Read more "Koliada, the Winter Witch for 5e D&D"
As a big fan of Jack Vance I was recently reminded as I worked my way through Tales from the Dying Earth that magic in Jack’s world is essentially math and anyone with the brains and tenacity to study can learn magic. Here is a 5e optional rule for humans in any Vancian type […]Read more "The People of the Dying Earth"
Thinking more about 1e I figured it would be a nice option to allow the chance for latent psionics as we did in the old days (I recall having 1 character who rolled the required % number over decades of play). Here are the 5e updated rules. PSIONICS Psionics are various powers derived from the […]Read more "1e Psionics in 5e"
I just finished listening to the latest Tome show episode and it reminded me of the old 1e and 2e restrictions on classes based on ability score rolls. I had forgotten about this and the game has moved on from this restriction. But I thought it may actually be a good optional rule. It would […]Read more "Restricting Class Options in 5e"