This is a collection of feats that I use for my homebrew campaign that I talk so much about. Some of them are really generic, and some are very specific. Some are a little OP for those min/max’ers out there. Some are very roleplaying orientated for those RP’ers out there. The key thing is that all prior feats from the PHB have been rewritten to be useful and a great way to change how a... [click here for more]
Know Thy Enemy The monster knowledge system was developed as a companion set of rules to govern how much player characters know about the creatures they may encounter on their adventures. With guides pertaining to different skills, monster CRs, what information is revealed each DC, and unique settings (such as Ravenloft), the Know Thy Enemy - Monster Knowledge for 5e .pdf is a fantastic... [click here for more]
Xanathar's Guide to Everything presents rules for race-specific feats. However, it only includes the races from the Player's Handbook. What if I wanted a Minotaur-only or Lizardfolk-only feat? Well, fear no more!
Racial Feats Expanded presents new feats for every single race published in official WotC material!
Some provide completely new features, while others bring... [click here for more]
Before there was Lamordia, there was Mordenheim. A genius doctor striving for the highest goals or a dangerous madman seeking to usurp the gods with science, who can claim certainty? His work begat Adam, a heresy in the form of man with a heart as dark as the nocturnal stormclouds the night he was shocked to life. Violently rejecting his creator, Adam made himself a new home and began to emulate the... [click here for more]
Hey! You got your Bloodborne in my D&D!
Okay, abysmally terrible joke aside, hello. I'm Lv99Pangolin and I present to you, the Bloodborne Armory.
Inside, I've cataloged every weapon, item, tool, and rune in Bloodborne and transitioned it over to Dungeons and Dragons 5th Edition.
I warn you, it contains spoilers and was not a smooth transition. I'm currently... [click here for more]
Clan Crafter Hralding and a studied archivist have begun the long process of recording the archetypal paths of heroes and villains from across the multiverse and time itself. In their journeys and research, they have uncovered many new barbarian paths and documented them here. This is the first in a series of extended class books.
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