group of bandits called the Edan Sha are active in the shady parts of the city. Perhaps they stole from you, or maybe you were hired to defeat them. Whatever the reason, you find yourselves fighting against the gang. Little did you know that they had an ace up their sleeve!
Featured as the Product of the Week, by the DMs Guild Newsletter, "An encounter with the Edan Sha"! This encounter... [click here for more]
A set of rules and recipes governing the creation of items. Itemcraft is broken down into four disciplines:
Blacksmithing, the art of creating metal armor and weapons of war.
Clothcraft, the art of sewing clothes and leather armor.
Enchanting, the art of imbuing mundane objects and scrolls with magical power.
Herbalism, the art of synthesizing potions and poisons from plants and herbs.
If... [click here for more]
The Grand Library aims to help DMs make their libraries and bookstores feel more dynamic and alive by providing them with over 100 generic books that can fit into any location or setting.
Each book comes with a description of the book's appearance and contents as well as a short extract.
Some of the books also come with hidden effects. From advantage on a check to short-term madness, you never... [click here for more]
The Havarti Job places you in a D&D heist as a group of highly specialized mice. This one-shot adventure is a fun, simplistic heist that is designed to be played with ease and minimal preparation on both the DM's and player's side.
The target for tonight's infiltration is the delicious havarti cheese. The mice must weave their way through a manor during an active party to snag the mouth-watering... [click here for more]
Lightning! Thunder! Tornado! A lovely sunny day! The weather isn’t always dramatic, but it’s always in the background. One of the best ways to present a world that feels dynamic is simply to describe the current weather. After all, by tomorrow it’ll be different. See? Dynamic!
The real world has more than enough examples of strange weather phenomena, but here we’ll focus on... [click here for more]