This is simply a d100 table for the random contents of a giants bag, primarily for storm kings thunder campaigns but useful for any dm who likes using giants. The list has 100 seperate results offering variety and creativity to the murder hobo looting franchise. ... [click here for more]
The people of the mounds contains the stat blocks and lore for three monsters based on ancient Irish legends. The Abhartach; a dwarf sized magician that seems impossible to kill, the Dearg-dul; an Irish vampiric creature who feasts on the blood of the living, and finally The Banshee Dalcassia; a powerful banshee that haunts the burial barrows known... [click here for more]
Living peaceful, pleasant lives, the people of Fabrith Vale are about to have their way of life torn apart. An ancient evil seeks the legendary Tear of Selûne. Their aim is to corrupt and steal its power. To make matters worse Selûnes influence and guidance over the vale has begun to wane...
This a level 1-3 adventure for 5th edition D&D. Its a great starting point for a campaign,... [click here for more]
The is a large beast, challenge rating 6 for use in a 5e games of d&d. It offers another choice for beast shape for druids. It is just as good as an encountered beast on its own or as a unique mount for some other creature. Please leave feedback, much appreciated. ... [click here for more]
The Death Knell is a construct monster that can be used in any 5e D&D game. It is a giant metal bell infused with magics by wizards seeking unlimited power. Suitable as a great boss battle or at higher levels a tricky defender of artifacts or dungeon areas. ... [click here for more]
This is an Original monster I created for 5e, the artwork is 100% original too.
Created by a wizards conclave who needed a way to deal with all the waste and remnants of their curious experiments in their quest for knowledge and power. Over time though the continuous exposure and digestion of magical waste warped the scourers and turned them into the uncontrollable monsters we now know and fear.... [click here for more]