“My word is truth, what I deny is falsehood”,
also translated as:
“With my word I can render true that which is untrue.”Atharvaveda, VI, 61, 3.
Few other classes display such an inborn adaptability as the bard does. Skalds, orators, jesters, poets… all of them are bards, from a D&Desque point of view.
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From the ashes of two of my first Guild works here comes the Subrace Compendium, a collection of variants and options for the most common of D&D nonhuman races (dwarf, elf, halfling, and orc), ranging from the unusual to the mundane and yet undistinguished by rules – till now.
The Subrace Compenium, as shown by the preview, is completely... [click here for more]
BACKSTORIES – NEW AND IMPROVED BACKGROUNDS
My first custom content for the DM’s Guild was, a year and a few months ago, a new background: the Inquisitor. The Plague Doctor followed shortly and, although it didn’t became a silver bestseller like its more inquisitive brother, it was nevertheless much appreciated.
Age, however, catches... [click here for more]
To put it simple, the ranger class has many – real or perceived – issues, and many gamer minds wiser and more expert than mine tried their best to address all the problems that rise when the cool concept of the ranger is confronted with its poor capacities – to put it simple, with the fact that the class of the ultimate hunter and tracker is outclassed by an outlander fighter/rogue.... [click here for more]