The mysterious "rouge" is a class mentioned over and over in online conversations, yet its features have never been described in a D&D product before! In fact, "rouge class abilities" and "what does a rouge do in dnd" are popular Google searches, yet no answers can be found...
The author has sought to provide the first full rouge class, based on clues from social media (it seems to be very similar... [click here for more]
Designed for the Maohos Campaign Setting, this new frame-work for death and returning from the beyond can be added in to any setting.
This document covers character death, what happens to a character after they have died, and methods of returning from the dead:
- Revivify (modified) - Resurrection (modified) - Greater Resurrection (ritual) - Reincarnation - Blessings of the Gods - Revnant Pacts... [click here for more]
The Frost Knight, Flare Knight, Storm Knight, and many more have been created as prestige classes for 5e. These prestige classes come with a prestige class ruleset that meshes with the multiclassing rules for 5e, making them seemlessly work with the base ruleset. Primariliy, these classes are designed as "dips" for martial classes, but all characters can potentially benefit from becoming an elemental... [click here for more]
The Oath of the Ironclad is a custom subclass for Paladins for 5th Edition Dungeons and Dragons. Mechanically, the subclass focuses on creating a more tank style Paladin that focuses on defending their fellow adventurers, possibly at the cost of their own life. Narratively, the subclasses lore is designed to fit a neutral alignment, allowing for a paladin that may not always do the right thing.
Author... [click here for more]
Do you want to try some combat without fighting? Have some friendly NPCs that you don't want getting hurt? Or maybe your players have said they want to try something a bit different? Then this might be what you're looking for, an adaptation of Basketball into D&D! It's not a 1:1 adaptation, since even a 10-minute Basketball game would be 100 rounds and D&D has some non-realistic parts, so instead,... [click here for more]
You've just slain a massive hydra, its corpse lying in front of you awaiting its decay. It has to be loaded with meat, right? Hydra eyes have to be good for something! It sure would be a waste to let all those hydra parts go to waste. That's why I created these rules for eating food. Think of games like World of Warcraft or Skyrim where food can restore health and mana. That's what I went for in my... [click here for more]