ATTENTION: Returning students, faculty, and those pondering admissions!
We are elated at the response to the materials we've put forward in MorgraveMiscellany.
Now that you’ve had a chance to read and ponder the options presented in MorgraveMiscellany, we have arranged a little survey to go along with... [click here for more]
Bargains and mysteries await in Sora Esma's Cart of WondersThe hobgoblin peddler Esma offers 500 esoteric trinkets to players in the world of Eberron! Players can find items from all major Eberron regions. This supplement offers players alternative options for character creation trinkets catered to the setting, as well as a chance to acquire... [click here for more]
Welcome to the Khyber Khronicle, a monthly publication of all things Eberron updated to the 5e ruleset. Within these pages are short encounters, lore, monsters, and DM resources that can be used to drop into almost any existing campaign in conjunction with the Wayfinders Guide to Eberron!
Within this issue experience the thrill of a rooftop chase, protect a shipment of Dragonshards, and take... [click here for more]
The Dragon Above presents…Codex Siberys: Mourning and Madness
This compendium of enemies and allies contains statistics and illustrations for 30 original monsters built specifically for your Eberron campaign. By embracing the unique potential of social tabletop gameplay, these monsters offer outlandish, encounter-defining abilities which are sure to lead to dynamic... [click here for more]
In the world of Eberron, a secretive faction of drow, known as the Vulkoori, hail from the jungles of Xen’drik and worship the scorpion god Vulkoor. Vulkoor claims supremacy among these dark elves of Eberron. This book provides tools for including the Vulkoori in your game and is designed for use with the Wayfinder’s Guide to Eberron.
Minions... [click here for more]
This was created by combining the 3.5e Bloodclaw Master and the 4e Tiger Claw Master.
“My blades thirst for blood.” —Rhaskana, Bloodclaw Secretkeeper
A bloodclaw master embraces the animal within to a degree that it becomes external, partially transforming him into the beast from which the discipline was inspired. He employs small, light weapons almost like claws.... [click here for more]