Music does much more than just soothe the savage beast. Songs have the ability to heal allies, harm enemies, hypnotize audiences, paralyze creatures, summon illusions, and more. These powers take much more than just a basic knowledge of music. They require the ability to weave songs into spells, joining the enchanting musical tunes with expressive lyrics.
The Lost Lyrics of Rezinar contains the lyrics... [click here for more]
Undying Barbarians, Bards that use their haunting voice to control undead and inflict devastating despair upon their foes, and Warlocks that call on their mysterious Pumpkin Patron to hurl flaming pumpkin bombs. All this and more can be found within these pages of Halloween themed delight that suited for one-shots and long-term campaigns.
This PDF contains the following Sub-Classes:
Path of the... [click here for more]
It is Winter Solstice. An old man is in need of some helping hands for a forgotten village. The mountain winds blew across the snow-topped peaks as the sun rose over the horizon. The colors were a kaleidoscope of splendor that could only be seen on this peak, on this day, at that very hour. A majesty forgot by many except one. Winds of Midwinter... [click here for more]
Welcome to the Inner Circle!
Dungeons & Dragons and Pro Wrestling can no longer be contained in their own fandoms. Its time to CHANGE THE UNIVERSE… The Forgotten Realms Universe!
Create your own ELITE Warlock Champion with this entertaining and powerful subclass. Perfectly balanced and playtested, so your DM better allow it in your game. Because you know what happens... [click here for more]
Priests, Clerics, and other holy leaders have many duties within their holy work. Clerics have long been shepherds of the dead, protectors of the faithful, or keepers of godly knowledge. However, there is one very important function which has been long neglected.
The Revelry Cleric is jolly, in love with life, drink, and always up for a good party. They are the adherents of Gods and Goddesses of... [click here for more]
Snow is not the only thing in the air as Winter Solstice festivals arrive: so too is music and good cheer. Bards, already jovial by nature, can be further enhanced year-round by the holiday tradition of caroling. If you are ready to bring a smile to the face of a grumpy green fey entity, or any other allies or foes, then pick up your tankard of wassail and sing loud for the College of Caroling! ... [click here for more]