Welcome, one and all, to Bearthazar's House of FamiliarsPerhaps your wizard needs a Teacup Chimaera?Maybe your ranger needs an Immovable Rat?Does your warlock want an Emotional Support Imp? (Yes, I am afraid the pom-poms are extra.)Over 50 new familiars, companions and critters for your 5th edition game:
Find the perfect pet, from... [click here for more]
Tired of heroes demolishing your dreadlords? Bored of barbarians brushing aside your BBEG?Sick of those meddling kids ruining your zoning plans?
Revolutionize your game with this collection of 28 villainous NPCs, from small fry to world-ender, eight of which include maps and details of their lairs. Sinister side-quests, terrifying overlords, bounties, one-shots and more... [click here for more]
Is there any more perfect monster in the D&D canon?
They’re clever, they’re wicked, and above all they’re social creatures - for all their love of isolation. They’re ageless and malicious, schemers who pull the strings of creatures around them for their own cruel whims. They’re also larger-than-life personalities who make brilliantly memorable NPCs: the kind... [click here for more]
The tabaxi are widely acknowledged as some of the realms’ greatest performers, and the most ambitious tabaxi bards attend the College of Caterwauling. When the college was initially founded, it catered solely to tabaxi, but as the land has grown more diverse, the college has adapted. Now Lizardfolk, Dragonborn, Tortles, and even the occasional Human have begun studying with the great tabaxi masters.... [click here for more]
There is probably no race so suited for burglary as the tabaxi, and well-heeled tabaxi are embarrassed to admit it. Every family has their black cat, however, and many tabaxi have answered the nighttime call to criminality. Non-tabaxi criminals often prefer to keep their feet on the ground as Thieves, but those who prefer perching on high places to survey their domain join their feline friends as Cat... [click here for more]