The First Tale of Mirt In the Time After The Sundering | [circa 1492 DR, after the events of DEATH MASKS]
Mirt the Moneylender was the very first named Realms character, over 50 years ago. In this new tale of Mirt, the creator of the Forgotten Realms recounts what befell Waterdeep's oldest living Lord in the days after the novel DEATH MASKS, in Ormpur, the city of Saffron... ... [click here for more]
64 Hand-Drawn, Black and White Illustrations of Characters and Creatures
As seen in Waters Above, these full-size illustrations are primarily character portraits of monstrous and humanoid creatures, with a few objects and buildings thrown in. Although created for use in that product, these images can also be used as visual aids in campaigns or as stock art for other community... [click here for more]
The forest parth curves right up ahead, and the camp fire has dwindled to mere embers. The bundle inside the blanket looks like a man, asleep. He makes no noise, no snoring, no movement. Your ears prick up to the sound of yipping and growling voices arguing further along the path... ... [click here for more]
The Vital Mage Class 1.0 - A Support Spellcaster with a Frankensteinian Familiar<o:p></o:p>
Vital mages will be the first to explain to you the difference between necromancy and their arts. While a necromancer works with negative energy and the abominable state of undeath, a vital mage simply nudges dying flesh towards a ... new occupation, so to speak. In some cases, they salvage the... [click here for more]
Eleven tables of [approximately] d100 names for a total of about 1100 fantasy names. Great for one-off games when players can't think of names, or for those sudden NPCs who pop up out of nowhere.
Most names are neutral to race and gender, so you may feel the need to adapt as needed.
This download contains both a PDF and EPUB. (Created with my XML schema located here: /product/219635/Adventure-Template-For-Docbook-XML,... [click here for more]