UPDATE: Updated to Version 2.0** as of 4/19/2019
You can see the changelog at the end of the class PDF.
This is a DnD 5th edition Player Character class I made, specifically designed for those who want to become a Werewolf (From level 1 onward). This class is not particular for multiclassing, or obtaining your Lycanthrope later in your travels as a player, but intented for those who want their... [click here for more]
A lot of the other Dhampir homebrew stuff I found was too complicated for my liking so I made one, heavily influenced by 3.5e and other homebrew Dhampirs.
A simple but, I think, robust version of a half-vampire with 3 sub races for the race of the mortal parent (Human, Elf, Tiefling).
A full D&D 5e race with features that should be comparable to those of the official races.
Haven't put... [click here for more]
The first cleric was designed to counter a vampire character, Sir Fang, who threatened to unbalance a campaign, and inspired by Peter Cushing’s portrayal of Van Helsing in the Hammer Horror series of films. Now you can fully embrace the cleric's gothic origins with the Vampire Hunter domain. Hurl flasks of searing holy water! Wield a crossbow, whip, hammer and wooden stake! Make enemies recoil... [click here for more]
Behold: 8 free pregenerated characters for use in the Gothic Earth D&D setting (the world of the Masque of the Red Death Player's Guide), along with a custom character sheet for making new characters, a player summary of all that setting's new rules, and an added cheat-sheet for the DM. All are designed to be easy to pick up and use, allowing you to start play... [click here for more]
Rangers who walk the Night Breaker path learn the ancient ways of infusing light into their arrows and themselves in order to dispel magical darkness and foil the schemes of creatures that rely on it for nefarious deeds. These rangers can be found honoring their ancient tradition of lifting spirits through simple acts of joy and couragous acts of valour with a smile on their face, often in places where... [click here for more]