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Beasts: Vol.1 - Red Elk

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These are three new beasts for Dungeons and Dragons 5th Edition. The Red Elk was originally going to be just a riding animal but I thought I would give it a War, and Wild variant. They can be dropped into any campaign setting and make a nice alternative to horses, though they are more expensive. They make a nice mount for any roaming nomads or outlanders your players might encounter out in the wilds. It also offers another option for the Beithíoch race.

Any and all feedback or comments are welcome.

If your looking for any new races then check out my Half Demon Race. It is a unique race that is high risk but high reward and an interesting roleplaying experience.

Half Demon Race

The new Revised version of the Half Demon is out. If the orginal isn't quite what your looking for then try this one.

Half Demon Revised

I have also made the Beithíoch (Beast Kin) Race. Its a new race where you gain an animal form to change in and out of at will.

Beithíoch (Beast Kin) Race

If your interested in magic items then try Magic Items Vol.1. It has 8 new magic items and one of them can be used on your beast familiar or ranger companion.

Magic Items Vol.1

Fenrisulfr, The Unbound is now an option for players and dungeon masters. He has 3 new statblocks and information on the god and his followers. He even has an Unbound form that rivals Tiamat. You can check him out: Norse God: Fenrir (Monster Stats)

Norse God: Fenrir (Monster Stats)

 
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