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Wrath of the Iron Dragon: Oriental Expansion

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Wrath of the Iron Dragon is a captivating expansion for Dungeons and Dragons 5th edition. You are invited into the incredible oriental world of Kara-Tur, an exotic continent in the forgotten realms that houses many inspiring items, factions, backgrounds, classes, archetypes and more. There is much to explore in this peculiar collection of content.
This expansion was inspired by the many incredible cultures, weapons, and societies in premodern Asian countries.

There is a vast array of different expansive content categories and items. The aim with this expansion was to deliver something new to virtually every single category of content in the world of Dungeons and Dragons. This book contains:

  • 5 New Archtypes
  • 1 New Class
  • 4 New Backgrounds
  • 3 New Factions
  • 8 New Feats
  • Over 20 new weapons
  • 5 New Sets of Armour
  • 10 New magic Items
  • 10 New Spells
 
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Anne T July 04, 2018 5:57 pm UTC
FYI, you cannot detail your homebrew setting on the Dungeon Masters Guild, only Forgotten Realms, Ravenloft, and setting-neutral content. While the listed content is fine to publishhere , if you are wanting to publish your setting--and use this content in that setting--you'll have to publish it all on DriveThruRPG/RPGNow instead, under the OGL. The Open Gaming License (OGL) and the DMsGuid License are mutually exclusive.

Take a look at the Content Guidelines for the DMsGuild (https://support.dmsguild.com/hc/en-us/articles/217028818-Content-Guidelines), specifically the section on Settings, which I've included below.

"Settings

You can create setting generic content. You can also create content for Forgotten Realms (Faerun) and Ravenloft.

You cannot create content for Eberron, Greyhawk, Dark Sun, Dragon Lance, Zendikar, personal settings, or any other D&D setting that is not specifically listed above."
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Christian M July 05, 2018 2:43 pm UTC
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Hello Anne, Thanks for the heads up. I completely forgot about about that. I think the best thing for me to do is to modify the supplement to fit Kara-Tur, of the Forgotten realms. So I will promptly have that modified and re-release the supplement.
Since Xoulan is such a loose destination (That is only really there to give some context), it shouldn't be much of an issue modifying the content to better fit the Forgotten realms original continent.
Thanks.
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Christian M July 05, 2018 2:55 pm UTC
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Edit: Okay, it's all been updated. Any Mention of Xoulan has been adjusted to Forgotten realm's own setting: Kara-Tur. Thank you, I really appreciate you taking the time to correct this issue. Please let me know if you have any other problems. Much thanks.
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