This creation named New Neverwinter is a mix between the Wizard of the Coast’s creation as well as plenty of homebrew made by me, Philip Johansson. I have tried to incorporate all the information that Wizards have produced about the city and I have then filled the gaps where needed. For transparency I have put this symbol “*” next to titles to show that it has made by me. If you wish to remove... [click here for more]
An ancient tomb rebuilt with deadlier traps, more horrific monsters, and filled with fiendish puzzles that will test you to your very limits. The most horrific infamous location in all of Dungeons and Dragons is back. Built by Acererak, destroyed by Vecna, the Tomb of Horrors was purchased by the Grumpy Dungeon Masters and refurbished into a tournament grounds to celebrate their second anniversary.... [click here for more]
D&D Legacy Presents: How to use this book
In the history of D&D, there used to be more information attached to each ability score. That information, mostly from AD&D has been carefully converted into 5th edition.
This helps prevent powercreep, can balance high levels of play, and assist balance with min/maxers. This gives new DM's the history of the abilities,... [click here for more]
This document contains conversion notes to convert monsters, magic items and traps from The Accursed Tower (2nd Edition) module to the D&D 5th Edition rules. Note that you must have the original hard copy or digital version of the module (digital version available on DMs Guild) to make use of these conversion notes.
Any suggestions for improvements gratefully received; please note in comments... [click here for more]
This is a conversion of Tobias Scheurer's great short adventure, "The Howling Valley." for use with Fantasy Grounds. It includes an updated map of the monastery as well as new battle maps created by E.O. Carrera.
www.dmsguild.com/product/237062/The-Howling-Valley?term=the+howling+&test_epoch=0 ... [click here for more]
Classic Modules Today are a series of products that convert early edition Dungeons & Dragons and Advanced Dungeons & Dragons adventure modules to the Dungeons & Dragons 5th edition rule set.
This free guide explains the rationale behind the conversions, as well as the basic tenets of Old School Roleplaying for those who have never experienced it.
All of us here at Classic... [click here for more]