The first cleric was designed to counter a vampire character, Sir Fang, who threatened to unbalance a campaign, and inspired by Peter Cushing’s portrayal of Van Helsing in the Hammer Horror series of films. Now you can fully embrace the cleric's gothic origins with the Vampire Hunter domain. Hurl flasks of searing holy water! Wield a crossbow, whip, hammer and wooden stake! Make enemies recoil... [click here for more]
A barbarian can be hustled. A barbarian can be hampered. A barbarian can be wounded and crippled. Some can be frightened and most can be broken. But never can they be stopped from moving, from hauling themselves through great dangers, toils, and snares to achieve the unachievable, to sustain the unsustainable, and to be ablaze with glory at last. Only in death does a barbarian's heart cease to beat.... [click here for more]
This document provides playtest options for Dungeons & Dragons 5th edition. This playtest will act as an introduction to the world of Duck & Cover, a world like our own, but in a far post-apocalyptic future where the lines between science and magic are blurred and the remains of the old world are nothing but grim skeletons of a world forgotten by time.
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You can get this and 11 more sidekicks rooted in Eberron now in The Wayfinder Foundation's Register of Extraordinary Individuals!EBERRON! A world of swashbuckling adventure, pulp action and noir intrigue!In this exciting yet dangerous... [click here for more]
Designed for groups of players who have died in the Curse of Strahd Adventure, but easily adaptable to any other campaign, and you may event want to kill them after reading this. ... [click here for more]
FREE: An explosive artificer specialist created for the world of Eberron!
The Disruptor excels at controlling the battlefields of Eberron, then when the moment is right, blowing it all to Khyber. The blast disks they use to spread mayhem were developed at the start of the Last War in a collaboration between Brelish artificers and the gnomes of Zilargo, but the practice quickly spread... [click here for more]