A guide to 20 creatures you might meet in the Prison-Plane of Carceri, all illustrated and ready to be added to your game. 3 are classic D&D creatures (the Gehreleths/Demodands) reimagined for 5th edition, while the rest are original creations. They range in Challenge Rating from the Furcipher, a CR1 familiar granted to some who serve Carceri, up to the mighty CR18 Shator, who can summon lesser... [click here for more]
We all know druids are those in tune with nature, but what happens when a druid becomes attuned to the higher nature of the mutliverse? In the light of the tightly balanced and orchestrated wheel of the planes, is a city really less natural than a forest? Or a finely tuned clorckwork more contrary to nature than a tree or a stone?
To the druids of the Planar Clockwork, chaos is an illusion; it... [click here for more]
Not all clerics follow the gods of the upper planes. Some find their divine inspiration in the lower planes. Others still will dedicate their lives to the study and control of fiends in order to turn them against each other. The Fiendish Domain is for those clerics who seek power over fiends... or seek to curry their favour... ... [click here for more]
In the face of a global pandemic, there isn’t much The Grinning Frog team and I can do. We are, at the end of the day, storytellers. Additionally, we are having our own struggles right now and resources are slim. But you know what? We do have some resources left, the same resources that you might have appreciated in us before – our creativity.
So, with... [click here for more]
This Adventure takes place in a medieval fantasy realm where magic users are predominantly hunted unless sanctioned by the Order of the Knights Guard, A vicious order of Knights that have risen up from the roots of fear and hate for Magic due to recent events that have occurred in the realm.
The fear that the villages and towns are in is currently being driven even higher by them as they seek to... [click here for more]
Ever wonder why the Harpers can’t seem to quash the Zhentarim? It’s because the Zhents keep excellent notes. Think I’m kidding? Check out this edition the first ever unearthed notes from the Zhentarim’s Black Road Report, Faerun’s only glimpse into the inner workings of the Zhentarim spy network. This edition is called “The Night Shift.” Follow along as the... [click here for more]