Across the Multiverse
The realms of D&D contain endless memorable characters and creations. Spells and magic tend to be quite similar. Almost every setting has some spell native to its material plane, inspired by some great spellcaster who became a legend within that world. Sometimes, it's not uncommon to apply a motif or aspect to that world into the spell's identity. No matter which... [click here for more]
"I don't understand. What do you mean there's another plane we've missed?" Davi sat thoughtfully for a moment. How best to explain this to an apprentice of Boccob? He smiled to himself, and lifted a heavy, moth eaten book from its home on the shelf. "Here" he said, handing the book over to Aridyn. "Everything you're asking for. It's in there. The timestream, it's caretakers..... [click here for more]
This file includes the Aez race for which this Monastic Tradition was developed! Due to the popularity of the Aez, I've created a racial archetype for the Monk class that explores their existence as formless chemical masses.
The Juiblexian monk can use Ki to stir its metabolism more than once a day. Rather than becoming caustic it can instead become toxic in this state. It develops a technique... [click here for more]
The Eladrin are seen as many things throughout the multiverse. For those on the material planes, such as on Toril, they are commonly seen as sylvan beings capable of blinking between realities. But, for those among the outer planes, they know them as celestial beings; the manifestation of benevolent chaos. These Eladrin are the guardians of Arborea, a plane of olympian glades and beautiful vistas.... [click here for more]
Totally awesome D&D is supposed to be a mechanically competent outlet for whatever niche idea I find.
The style hopefully evokes the feel of an 8th grader's notebook and we start with the Sohei, Ascetic warriors that cross the border between fighter and monk. Rather than reliable Ki based attacks and the host of miraculous movement abilities and mystical effects of the monk, the Sohei keeps... [click here for more]