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Happy Halloween! Enjoy a treat this Halloween season - or maybe a few tricks! New Halloween-themed monsters, dozens of Halloween costumes, and piles of magic candies make this supplement a MUST HAVE for the Halloween season! 

What You Get: 

• 11 new monsters fit for low-level parties and pick-up games on Halloween. Including the black cat, the witch, and more!

• 30 new magic halloween costumes - simple magic armors that grant sweet powers. Including the dinosaur costume, princess costume, and more!

• Dozens of new magic candies - each with their own special magical effects. Some are good, some are bad, but you won't know until you try! Including the batwing candy, the lovesick candy, and more! 

Don’t forget to follow me on twitter for release updates and random D&D thoughts! @totalpartykill1

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Anthony W October 02, 2018 5:42 am UTC
I like to print off everything that I buy on this site. The black background may be theme appropriate but is a hog on ink--especially 25 pages! Most of these downloads offer a printer friendly option. You should consider it.
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Joe K October 02, 2018 1:07 pm UTC
Hi Anthony,

I actually almost posted a printer-friendly version, but didn't think too many people would use it. I'll try to have one up in a few days and you'll get a notification!

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Anthony W October 02, 2018 8:09 pm UTC
Thank you.
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Joe K October 03, 2018 2:22 pm UTC
Hi Anthony,

The printer-friendly version is now posted along with the original. Hope you enjoy!
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Josh M October 02, 2018 1:33 am UTC
I think you went overboard on handing out Condition Immunities, Damage Immunities, and so on. As an example, I note that the CR 1/2 Vampire Kin are Immune to Necrotic damage, Poison damage, and the Charmed, Exhausted, Frightened and Poisoned Conditions... but a CR 13 Vampire, from the Monster Manual, *Resists* Necrotic Damage and non-magical weapons damage, and *that's it.* It's pretty clear that WOTC has moved away from the proliferation of things that don't affect the undead quite sharply; I think that should have been taken into account when designing these monsters.
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Joe K October 02, 2018 4:29 am UTC
Hi Josh,

Well, the math works out in each case, tho, so I'm okay with the approach. YMMV, but I've found 5E monsters to be a bit weak against parties that are even remotely prepared. Check out some of my other stuff if you want a sense of how tough I think monsters can (and should) get in this edition!

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