Enter into the Rainbow...Once thought to be the bright opposite of the Shadowfell before the Feywild was recognized as such, the Limitless Light is a little known demiplane of rumored infinite size. It is a plane of rainbows and radiance - islands of earth, crystal and color connected by the indestructible Bridge of Rainbows.
The Limitless Light is the first in a series... [click here for more]
Once the frontier of a powerful Dwarven Kingdom, the forest now claims the few traces that remains of their presence. The old fort is one of the few remnants of that other time. Now, it’s a place where squatters rest between journeys and animals seek easy prey. Its value rests more in its place in history than any treasure that may be present.Lead your players through an... [click here for more]
Tucked away in a wooden glen or hidden by the sands of a vast desert lies the shrine to a once-beloved goddess. What happened to her followers and why they abandoned her holy shrine is unknown... but those who seek her company just may win her favor...A nice spot to take a rest becomes a fun mystery to solve in this roadside adventure!
Does the party need a break from the main... [click here for more]
Bizarre and often haunting creatures, molded are sometimes mistaken by the ignorant as ghosts or spectres due to their translucent bodies. In reality the molded are humanoid oozes created by an artifact out of normal, non-sentient oozes. Imbued with a base level of knowledge and skills by their manufacturer, most molded are used as magical test dummies and servants for their brief existences. But for... [click here for more]
Combat Criticals add variety and intrigue to attacks made by player characters. Instead of a simple extra damage die or a quick description of how badly an attack went wrong, a confirmed Critical Threat or Critical Failure engages its recipient with mechanically meaningful extra stakes and a much deeper sense of impact during the battle.
Learn how to implement them in your... [click here for more]
This family tree only includes the giants and giant-kin that are the children of Annam and/or Othea. I'm working out how other giants fit in with all of this for a future product. Also, while this applies to the Forgotten Realms specifically, it could be used for any campaign setting.
The original titans eventually splintered into seven subtypes, but it is unknown how or why this happened. Fog giants... [click here for more]