A Wandering Pilgrim Games Product
Within the area known as the Middle Islands, sits the Free Cities of Vosika, Lonia, and Somila. It is these cities that have fallen under the gaze of the mysterious figure known simply as the Pirate King. It is the forces of this figure that assaulted the city of Vosika and sent your crew on the run from the encroaching armada.
It is as you are fleeing the Pirate... [click here for more]
A Sailing Ship
This small document details a well armed frigate that your players can steal, own, sink, or plunder. It is intended for use with the Expanded Sailing document also available on the Dungeon Master's Guild
Plans of the weather and gun decks of The Boundless, a well-armed, 38-gun frigate
A stat block to make it simple to see what your ship is able to do when... [click here for more]
This is a feat book designed to make the art of grappling and unarmed fighting compare and compete well with other character options at the higher levels. It is a full revamp of the Grappling system for the 5th Edition. It is extremely accurate and gives great incentives for being an unarmed combatant, Monk, Pugalist, or even any other class! This feat book and system for integrating MMA into D&D... [click here for more]
A Rules Supplement providing new Creatures and Lore for your Campaign.
A shadow blots out the sun as a massive ship descends from the skies above. Doors open on its underbelly, unleashing a company of giff that swarm the battlefield. Some of the hippomen ride wyverns into the sky and shoot lightning bolts down onto targets below. Others rush the front lines, pummeling enemy foot-soldiers... [click here for more]
The Skill Challenge is a great way to augment risky tasks in your 5e game – giving players the authority to problem-solve creatively while validating their character’s mechanical choices by incentivizing skills and abilities outside the scope of traditional combat.
The Fail-Pick Challenge is an extension on that idea, giving players additional agency in their failures. When players... [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]