Adventure to the Noel Isles to save the Winter's Father from the clutches of the nefarious Krampus!
Danger in Midwinter Wonderland is a single session Christmas adventure suitable for a party of 3-5 players of 4th or 5th level but is best with 4 5th level players. It is easy to play as a one-shot adventure with new characters or to place into an already existing campaign.
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It has been twenty five years since The Balov first stalked the streets of Ottkirk but this night, he comes home.Perfect for any Halloween or Horror themed campaign or one-shot.
The Balov is a five-seven hour horror adventure for fifth edition Dungeons and Dragons for a party of four to six adventurers of fourth to fifth level, perfect for Halloween themed sessions.... [click here for more]
A 5e playable class with 3 diciplines (subclasses), the Brewer (focused on potion making), the Pyromaniac (focused on creating elemental alchemists' fires) and the Intoxicater (focused on perfecting poisons).
Please feel free to suggest any changes or alterations based on your experience with the class. ... [click here for more]
A 5e playable race with 3 natures (subraces), Beastial Nature (for those more in touch with their animalistic side), Charming (for those that use their in built charm) and Cunning (for those that value their intelligence most).
Please feel free to suggest any changes or alterations based on your experience with the race. ... [click here for more]
A 3-5 hour adventure for 1st - 4th level characters
A joyful atmosphere fills the town of Ebisu as its residents prepare for the towns centennial celebrations. The streets are lined with decorations and the towns people welcome new travelers with excitement. But when the day ends and the centennial officially begins, in the dark shadow of the moon, terror strikes and the town is set upon by a thick... [click here for more]
Way of the Five Animals is a new Monastic Tradition for Monks.
Monks of The Way of the Five Animals use the everyday natural movements of Tigers, Cranes, Snakes, Leopards & Dragons to influence and perfect their martial arts, specifically working the internal and external ki of these creatures to enhance their unarmed strikes.
This tradition draws inspiration from real martial... [click here for more]