Separate Character and Monster summary sheets w/ initiative tracker arrows to hang on the DM screen or be used as table tents. Printer friendly/form fillable PDFs & editable Powerpoint slides with 4 cards on each sheet. The front has a spot for a name and an optional picture/portrait, while the back is a summarized character sheet with everything I consider essential, with a slight difference between... [click here for more]
Finally, a combat summary sheet that isn’t missing a ton of actions and consolidates how to make attacks to help new players. It works great as a handout or on DM screens such as the Master's Tome. This 1 page sheet has combat steps, turn steps, all the combat actions from the PHB and DMG, interaction examples, making attacks, (generic rules and both melee and ranged) and short summaries of all... [click here for more]
Are your players always trying to tame random creatures with a single Animal Handling check to get a fully combat capable pet? The rules here provide a training progression for animal companions. In addition, it presents the pet shop named Beast Buy, which includes NPCs, animals for purchase broken up in tiers, and additional pet related services and equipment.
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Three-Dragon Ante is a card game published by WoTC and is included as a gaming set in the 5E PHB. This ruleset, loosely based on the card game rules, is intended to be a “game-within-a-game” with which characters can have proficiency.
This version plays faster than the official card game, but is more in-depth than skipping past actually playing a mini-game by merely rolling checks... [click here for more]
While this is a fantasy calendar, it still assumes an Earth-like orbit, but makes use of the tenday. Three tendays make a month, nine tendays plus a day makes a quarter, and four seasonal quarters make a year. With the included correction factors, this calendar is mathematically more accurate than the Gregorian calendar, and includes example naming conventions and a bit of lore.
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Never wonder how an attack was missed again! This 1 page form fillable PDF is a worksheet to help DMs break down a character’s Armor Class (AC) to determine what character attribute or item prevented a hit based on the value of the attack roll. It has space for 4 characters on 1 page. A block for hit points (HP) was included as a bonus since that information is useful when a hit occurs.
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