Advanced Search

Fey Compendium I: Spirits of the Feywild
Quick Preview
Full‑size Preview

Fey Compendium I: Spirits of the Feywild


This 200+ page supplement contains more material about the fey than you could ever possibly use in a single campaign. There's over 100 new fey, roleplay options, categories for easy DM use, locations, and more. Seriously, there is so much fey material in here that it's insane.

Chapter 1: Roleplaying the Fey

An in-depth examination of what makes a fey a fey and guides on ways for DMs to incorporate the fey into their campaign in interesting ways, including potential interactions and guides to how fey relate to other supernatural beings. This includes a number of unique fey encounter options such as the Wild Hunt, the Game of Lost, and the Game of Shapes. Also included is a guide to free form fey magic, which features 8 unique curses that can be placed on a character.

Chapter 2: The Feywild

Detailing 15 Feywild locales, such as the lost city of Cendriane and the wintry Vale of the Long Night, Feywild hazards and features such as chromatic mold and the Bright Beauty, 5 fey themed diseases such as Wendigo's Hunger, and 4 fey themed poisons such as Love-in-Idleness, this chapter provides DMs with ample options for new challenges and locales for fey encounters.

Chapter 3: Fey Monsters

This supplement contains over 100 new fey and fey related creatures. There are 5 new hags, 2 new giants as well as variants of already existing giants, over 10 nymphs, 2 new fey related demons, 5 sidhe, and more. The arak of Ravenloft have been adapted, as have their arakin servants. New fey types such as the mischievous jacks, the perilous water horses, and the humanoid loving hobs can be found here, and epic level threats such as the animus loci and the vermiurge provide challenges for high level players. Fey of every conceivable environment populate these pages, from the open ocean to the depths of the earth, from the clutter of a city street to the freedom of the boundless skies.

Chapter 4: Archfey

This supplement details 6 new archfey: Loht and Maeve, the Heirs of the Erlking, king and queen of the fey of Ravenloft; Morwel, the Queen of Stars, celestial fey queen of the Upper Planes; Selephra, the Bramble Queen, the fey queen of bitterness and rage; Siobhan of the Hidden Depths, fey queen of the ocean depths; and Thrumbolg, First Lord of Mag Tureah, ruler of the only fomorian kingdom of the Underdark. Each archfey possesses its own unique powers and motivations to make them compelling characters.

Appendix A: Fey Categorized by CR

For ease of reference, I have sorted all officially created fey and fey detailed in this and my other products into a variety of categories. I have organized them into 15 different categories based on their biome, such as freshwater fey, subterranean fey, rural fey, and volcanic fey; 5 categories based on their native region such as Chult, Ravenloft, and Kara-Tur; and 6 different categories based on qualities such as divine fey, psionic fey, and igneous fey.

Appendix B: Creature Tags

This section details a variety of creature tags such as avian, spider, snake, and rats.

Want More Fey?

Check out my other fey related content here!

Lords and Ladies   Fey Folk

Thanks to the Homebrewery for creating such a fantastic website, and to Viviana Medeiros for her phenomenal work on the cover image!

 More from this Title's Contributors
 Customers Who Bought this Title also Purchased
Reviews (1)
Discussions (0)
March 10th, 2019
I love the content in this supplement, and have been using the lore and creatures in my current sessions. I would recommend this to anyone looking to make Fey a major part of your story or subplots. I would rate this 5 stars, but the supplement is ridd [...]
Narrow Results
 Follow Your Favorites!
NotificationsSign in to get custom notifications of new products!

Product Information
Silver seller
Community Content
Rules Edition(s)
Original electronic
Scanned image
These products were created by scanning an original printed edition. Most older books are in scanned image format because original digital layout files never existed or were no longer available from the publisher.

For PDF download editions, each page has been run through Optical Character Recognition (OCR) software to attempt to decipher the printed text. The result of this OCR process is placed invisibly behind the picture of each scanned page, to allow for text searching. However, any text in a given book set on a graphical background or in handwritten fonts would most likely not be picked up by the OCR software, and is therefore not searchable. Also, a few larger books may be resampled to fit into the system, and may not have this searchable text background.

For printed books, we have performed high-resolution scans of an original hardcopy of the book. We essentially digitally re-master the book. Unfortunately, the resulting quality of these books is not as high. It's the problem of making a copy of a copy. The text is fine for reading, but illustration work starts to run dark, pixellating and/or losing shades of grey. Moiré patterns may develop in photos. We mark clearly which print titles come from scanned image books so that you can make an informed purchase decision about the quality of what you will receive.
Original electronic format
These ebooks were created from the original electronic layout files, and therefore are fully text searchable. Also, their file size tends to be smaller than scanned image books. Most newer books are in the original electronic format. Both download and print editions of such books should be high quality.
File Last Updated:
January 19, 2019
This title was added to our catalog on January 19, 2019.