Everyone makes mistakes, and when you’re playing with the very fabric of the universe, sometimes those mistakes have surprising, harmful, or spectacular consequences.
Tired of rolling on the same-old table of 50 magical effects from the Player's Handbook? This table provides 100 brand-new effects that can be used as sorcerers’ wild magic surges, hazardous effects of casting in an area that crackles... [click here for more]
The default Critical Hit damage system in 5e is fine, but it's missing something. Unfortunately, most homebrew solutions wind up making every fighter become the klutziest member of the party.
This supplement aims to make fumbles and crits uncommon fun, while rewarding the martial classes for their skills and training. ... [click here for more]
You can roll dice, spend points, or just take the Standard Array, but when's the last time you tried something new when creating a new character? Something that actually involves making meaningful choices, but also keeps things interesting with a little random chance? This supplement provides just that: A way to generate ability scores in the form of a fast, easy, and engaging solitaire card game.... [click here for more]
The citizens of Ravnica must deal with challenges unlike those found on any other plane of existence. This world-spanning city is home to unique races, cutting-edge magical research, and ten guilds all vying for control in an inscrutable web of intrigue. It necessarily follows that those denizens must then cultivate an uncommon set of skills.
These sixteen feats are designed to help PCs treat Ravnica... [click here for more]
Enjoy these six new feats that allow creative new approaches to problem-solving, whether you're delving the darkest depths of a dungeon or unraveling a web of intrigue in the city's fanciest ballrooms.
Update 2020-03-19: Tweaked Iron Fortitude to be a little less overpowered. ... [click here for more]
I'll be using this layout to produce pregenerated characters in the future, but thought other people might like to use this design, as well.
Two files are provided here, one for printing out and filling in with a pencil (or pen, if you're bold) and another for filling out on your computer before printing. I confess that this is the first form-fillable PDF I have made, so please let me know if it gives... [click here for more]