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Jasper is a scientist and a researcher who has spent his entire life scouring the Forgotten Realms to learn everything about everything. This is entry #547 of his Journal. It contains a new playable race to be used in Dungeons and Dragons 5th edition.
I hope you enjoy this installment of Vražda (Bat Humanoids) and be on the lookout for more entries... [click here for more]
Print and Play ready paper miniature for a Mindflayer.
An "Interactive" PDF file*
Individual PNGs for the base mindflayer and several alternate color options (including black & white line art)
A Studio Cutfile - Intend for use with Silhouette Studio cutting machines.
Miniatures intended for use at 28mm-32mm scale. For best results I'd recommend printing on Glossy Photopaper.... [click here for more]
Adventuring has been rather slow recently, and the party has been staying at the Twilight Tavern for several days. On this day, the wizened innkeeper comes to the party and asks them to kill rats in her cellar for a couple nights' stay and some money. Down below the wall has been partially destroyed, leading them to the sewers. There, they encounter blood-sucking stirges and several giant rats who... [click here for more]
4 adventure areas fully stocked and dedicated to the undead. Suitable for tier 1 play.
Each area can be dropped into any existing setting whenever a random dungeon is required or you want to liven up a long journey with a little random action. Everything from Zombies to shadows, flameskulls, even a Poltergeist. Hey! What small town, village, or city doesn't have a haunted house?
All the undead... [click here for more]
The ninth in a new series of fast, approachable heists for Dungeon Masters who want to add a seedy underbelly to Saltmarsh, Waterdeep, or any city of their choice.
Plunge your characters into an underworld of corruption, theft, death, and money, complete with its own rules, lingo, and protocols.
A shadowy figure that calls themselves “Mr. Porter” reaches out to the characters about... [click here for more]
We've all seen them--the background images behind the text on the pages of our favorite RPG products that make it seem like it's old paper, or grass, or even a mysterious spell book with soft arcane symbols in the margins. While they're not necessary, they certainly boost the visual appeal of what we read!
Finding those kinds of backgrounds legally can be challenging, especially if you don't have... [click here for more]