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The Feywild


A definitive guide to the Feywild. 

Everything that you will need to run a party through the Feywild, filled with stories and lore to tie into your campaign.

The book includes:

  • Lore and history of the Feywild
  • Map of the Feywild
  • 24 Feywild locations
  • Feywild magical effects 
  • Random encounter tables
  • 50 story based random encounters
  • New Feywild inspired subclasses for Sorcerers and Warlocks
  • New Fey crafting system
  • 11 Fey magic items
  • 7 new Fey monsters
  • 7 Fey boss monsters

To use the random encounters section of this book you will need the fifth edition Monster Manual and Volo's Guide to Monsters.

**This title now comes with a Phone PDF - a pdf optimized for viewing and navigating on your phone!**

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Brooke M May 05, 2019 9:35 am UTC
I really love this book. I've created my own homebrew feywild to set an adventure in, and this book has given me a fantastic base to work with. A lot of the lore, races and thee encounter table are so incredibly useful.

I do have one question though, I was wondering if there was a stat block or anything that could be used for Faen, the Dread Wolf? I know it says he is 'immortal' but I still want to have something in front of me for if a PC decides to stupidly sling a spell at it. If anybody has any ideas, let me know!
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David M May 06, 2019 2:27 am UTC
Thanks Brooke! I'm so glad it's been useful to you. Writing the encounters were the most fun I've ever had writing.

In my own home game one of the characters backstories involved Faen taking her son and possessing him (her son died as a result). When the group finally encountered Faen in the Feywild he was possessing another child and I did put together some stats for someone who was possessed by Faen. It involved the child being superhumanly strong and fast, but his shadow was shaped like a wolf and the shadow made it's own XXX, fear and pounce attacks as legendary actions. I think I also have a half finished draft I did for Faen's stats as well. If you want to see those stats I put together I'd be happy to share them with you. Just drop me an email at or PM me on Twitter @DavidMarkiwsky
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Antonio C February 11, 2019 10:44 pm UTC
Will there be PoD anytime... soon?
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David M February 12, 2019 4:54 am UTC
I wish that there were. But from my understanding, for the time being, the DM's Guild isn't opening many new products up for PoD. We'll all have to suffer through with digital copies and the best that Staples print center can provide. Haha.
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Mark C November 27, 2018 8:13 am UTC
what is the target level for this adventure?
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David M November 27, 2018 2:00 pm UTC
Hi Mark,
It's more of a source book than an adventure, so there isn't a target level. That being said, the random encounters in the guide, though primarily narrative driven, are suitable for levels 2 through 6 depending (though some adjustment of monster numbers might be required for the high end of that spectrum) and the monsters provided cover a reasonably wide CR range.
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Daniel H October 12, 2018 4:23 pm UTC
This is a really great product that I would highly recommend. The Lore is very interesting, the random encounters and mechanics presented are very interesting and it is well worth the price. The Map alone makes it worthwhile.
I plan to use it in 2 upcoming campaigns, one where they drop in for a while and another hexcrawl campaign entirely set in the feywild and I plan to use this product in full.

Well worth a buy, one of the best Feywild based products I have seen online.
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Andrew P September 07, 2018 3:50 pm UTC
Very very nice product! Haven't dug in yet, but I love the art and the presentation.

Just a note, the map scale seems a bit... small. As presented the Feywild is 25000-30000 sq.miles. Around the size of Lithuania. Is that intentional?
I was thinking to scale up by a factor of 10, to make the Feywild comparable to Europe in size but I was wondering if there was a design reason for the map size; like lore from the DMG saying the Feywild is not too big or something.
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David M September 07, 2018 11:29 pm UTC
Thank you for the compliment on the art and presentation. :)

So there is no specific canon lore that I've ever seen referencing the size the Feywild should be (though I could be ignorant of something). There are two reasons I made it the size I did in the book. First was the idea that the Feywild could, at the DM's discretion, be overlaid across the primaterial plane. So if you have a portal in the north and a portal in the south, you could, if you were willing to risk the Feywild's crazy time distortions, travel through the Feywild to cover large distances on the primaterial plane. I use this in my home game. I have three portals around the world which have a roughly equivalent position in the Feywild. When the players learned about this, it became super tempting to be able to cut 3-6 weeks off their travel time if they're willing to risk a 7 day trek through the Feywild. Sometimes it works out for them and sometimes they come back and 2 years have passed (there's some optional time distortion rules...See more
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Andrew P September 14, 2018 11:44 am UTC
Thank you and no problem with the answer. It was not an essay, it was a clear answer. I don't necessarily agree with the decision but it is clear to understand what led to it. As I said, it's easy to make the Feywild much larger in my campaign and just add my personal touch there.
Although the idea of "Feywalk" (similar to Shadow walk) to cut time by traveling through Feywild is very interesting and has me torn about whether to go for a large Feywild or small. If the reasons for the scale are not already in the very nice book, may I suggest adding them in an addendum at some point?
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Joseph G August 22, 2018 6:22 pm UTC
Wow man, you did a phenomenal job on this. Just wanted to give you much deserved props!
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David M August 22, 2018 8:22 pm UTC
Thank you so much! It's always great to hear that people actually like it. Lol. Here's hoping that the next book turns out just as well. :)
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Joseph G August 22, 2018 9:46 pm UTC
When can we expect the next one? I am already at work crafting some things for my campaigns to incorporate from this. Also, just to satisfy my own curiosity, what's the next one on?
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Joseph G August 22, 2018 9:49 pm UTC
Went ahead and snagged your Ivyron one-shot; if it's nearly as good as this I am in for a serious treat.
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David M August 22, 2018 9:55 pm UTC
The next one is likely a couple months away and will be fleshing out the Far Realm. it will come with the same mix of lore, monsters, subclasses, etc. that I put together in Gimble's Guide to the Feywild. I'm just getting into playtesting right now, but I'm posting bits of the art up on Twitter as it's completed. You can track me down on there @davidmarkiwsky if you want the sneak peaks as it comes together.
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Joseph G August 22, 2018 10:26 pm UTC
You sir, just gained a follower ;-) Ivyron was very good and I already have an idea. Bare with me here.... I started a group with the Lost Tales of Myth Drannor ( They have completed it up to the Weirding Vats portion (lvl 3), which leaves awhile until they can hit the next section (lvl 9 I believe). To kill time, I was going to work in The Edge of Dreams (Can't find a link here, I have a hardcopy - it's a mystery type deal where someone is trying to get the fey and humans into it by framing both sides). That should get them to lvl 6-8, at which point I can plant the seed (see what I did there) for the Ivyron one-shot. After they get the Gallia Seed, someone manages to steal it to finish the job (all I thought when I saw the description was that'd be a damn good way to take out a town). The party will have to chase them into the feywild (using this product to craft something spectacular). You sir are fantastic,...See more
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Jeremy E February 27, 2019 2:28 pm UTC
Any update on the Far Realm supplement?
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Trevor A July 26, 2018 6:07 am UTC
Any interest in having this converted into the Fantasy Grounds virtual tabletop? If this is something you would like to discuss, I do this work for DMsGuild content creators. You can contact me at to chat about this in more detail.
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David W July 23, 2018 7:16 pm UTC
If you ever do a companion book, I would urge you to pair up with Iris Compiet - please check this out:
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Greg M July 22, 2018 1:40 pm UTC
This looks so great. I would love to see a softcover print copy option :D
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David M July 22, 2018 4:29 pm UTC
Thank you for the compliment! I'd love to see it in print too. I designed it for print (facing pages and whatnot) but I don't think I have the option to make it available in print since I'm just a community person right now. Maybe if I get to be a DM Adept one day or they open more products up to print. :)
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Jeremy E February 27, 2019 2:29 pm UTC
Since you have it set for print -have you tried uploading it to Lulu for printing?
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Leigh P July 18, 2018 8:14 am UTC
This is an incredible resource and amazing looking resource. Noticed though, pages 10, 13 and 48 seem to have spaces for art elements. Not sure if this is intentional, or they're missing but thought I'd flag it.
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David M July 18, 2018 12:54 pm UTC
Thank you for the compliment. :)

As it turns out there's nothing missing; when I was putting together the layout I just ended up with a few art sized holes that I didn't have art ready to fill. That being said, I may go back and fill those up when I do an update. I think the Fomorian King could use some art love.
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Nathan C July 24, 2018 12:57 pm UTC
THat's crazy, i didn't realize there were restrictions on what you could print. This is a great supplement, it should be based on content and/or sales than a title
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