(UPDATE: A new version of this subclass was posted and is much better balanced) In Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition, Bards are one of the best rounded classes and rightfully so. Whether going into the class as a purist or dipping for a multiclass, they can add a lot of flair and robustness to a … Continue reading Review: College of the Opera
Category: The House Rules!
Some of the modifications to the rules and other original content implemented in my home game.
Review: Book of Uncommon Ancestry
It is no secret that I am a fan of Sterling Vermin Adventuring Co. and their main proponent Benjamin Huffman. His Pugilist class has been a favorite in my games and their latest release of that class, along with source book, have been used multiple times over. So when I got wind of his new Book … Continue reading Review: Book of Uncommon Ancestry
Magic Item Monday: Lusjid, Chewing Leaf
Drugs in Dungeons & Dragons can be a bit controversial. But one element that has been prevalent in my current campaign is the diversity of goods consumed by different societies and how those goods affect their culture. In addition, this ties into a major element of some of my player's characters motivations, namely mercantilism. But … Continue reading Magic Item Monday: Lusjid, Chewing Leaf
The House Rules: Tortle Redux
Like many, I was excited when the Tortle Package dropped. This came for several reasons. First, I always love new Dungeons & Dragons material. But my main reason was I remember being obsessed with the tortles in 2nd edition in the Mystara books. Having come off the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles generation of the 80's, … Continue reading The House Rules: Tortle Redux
Review: Mordenkainen’s Tome of Foes
For Dungeons & Dragons, the name Mordenkainen has resonated through all iterations, Gygax's character from Greyhawk. He stands at the forefront of balancing good and evil. The latest official Dungeons & Dragons book, Mordenkainen's Tome of Foes, delves into various major factions that permeate all planes of existence in the multiverse. To lead off with the … Continue reading Review: Mordenkainen’s Tome of Foes