Castle Amber was originally published in 1981 as Dungeon Module X2 for the Dungeons and Dragons Expert Set. Written by Tom Moldvay, it is widely regarded as one of the greatest D&D modules ever written... and it is certainly one of the most bizarre of the classic adventures. The original adventure was designed for 6-10 characters of levels 3 to 6. It was, however, an exceedingly lethal... [click here for more]
In a single day, the nation of Cyre was covered in mists and everyone–and everything–living in it perished. Even the plant life withered and died. Years later, little has changed. Mists still cover the entire land and natural creatures no longer thrive: healing is slowed, plants are stunted, and dead bodies can't even be bothered to rot.
But, despite this desloation, the Mournland is... [click here for more]
This oath is for those seeking to play the vampire knight, and by that I don't mean a vampire who is a knight, but a knight who has learned to apply the blood magic of vampires to destroy their enemies and protect their allies.
This particular Paladin Oath gains some very powerful healing spells and abilities, as well as amplifying their damage output with necrotic damage. As such, they are often... [click here for more]
This was created by combining the 3.5e Church Inquisitor and the 4e Exorcist of the Silver Flame.
“Three things cannot be long hidden: the sun, the moon, and the truth.” – Buddha
No force stands in greater opposition to the world's evils than the Church of the Silver Flame. Its holy warriors are embroiled in an eternal war against demons, devils, lycanthropes,... [click here for more]
Why settle for what your momma gave ya? In these pages, you'll unearth the secrets of flesh grafting, the powerful (and unsettling) art worked by fleshwarpers. Stick a flumph scent gland under your arms. Replace your guts with an otyugh's. Stick some antennae on your head, or a tentacle in your chest. Get brand new bones!
As a DM, you can use these to flavor your monsters and NPC's. As a player,... [click here for more]
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