She is the Ancient: A Genderbent Curse of Strahd
Re-imagined NPCs, backstories, and concepts for your Curse of Strahd campaign!
When I first picked up Curse of Strahd, I wondered how exciting it might be if this Count were instead a Countess. Here is the visual culmination of what's been swirling around in my mind and at my tables.
This guide is a reference to the NPCs of Curse of Strahd. You'll... [click here for more]
Leylines, being lanes of magical power, run all over the world and can be tapped by all forms of spellcasters -these lines have been a part of fantasy in tales and systems for long. They can add flavor to any world and spellcasting class - and this is an effort to do just that.
This supplement contains suggestions how to involve Leyline magic for players and DM’s. Major and minor leylines, as well... [click here for more]
“The Bladesinger” is written with generic D&D settings in mind and can be adapted to near any other campaign setting. Though meant to be a purely Aelfin class, it could also be open to half-elves, trusted friends, or just a generic swordmage class with some adjustments.
This supplement gives you the Bladesinger class, together with rules for using the Bladesong. The bladesong is a... [click here for more]
The Shogur are a hybrid race, a race of shape-shifters. In human form, they have a normal physique with, when you really pay attention, wolf-like traits: almost without exception, dark brown or black hair, a hairy and muscular body and sharp senses. Yellow eyes are sometimes a dead give-away - some might call them werewolves.
This supplement contains rules for playing a Shogur - a shapechanging... [click here for more]