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UPDATED: Now with a new race, new subclasses, and new spells!

Multiversatility – Player’s Options Pack is, by far, my most daring 5th edition project. It comes as a bundle of nearly all my previous Dungeon Masters Guild works, but also includes new character options specifically designed for the occasion.

Or:

When I first started playing D&D, roughly fifteen years ago, the creation of new monsters, new races, new feats, new spells, and new prestige classes (back then they were a thing!) was one of my favorite activities. I was just seventeen years old when Empyrea, a third-party 3.5 handbook whom I was a developer for, was published. Not surprisingly, when WotC officially started the Dungeon Masters Guild project, I already had a bunch of 5th edition rules to submit. And many other followed. When I finally got a job as a high school teacher, I had the economic stability to made all my DM Guild contributions available for free, with a pay what you want format that soon become my policy: not only my younger, penniless self would have been proud of me, but in splitting my rule developing activities from the urge for profit, I rediscovered the joy of writing RPG stuff for its own sake (and not for buying saké).

Recently I had just the right amount of free time I needed to finally make the next step, to rethink and sometimes rewrite my previous DM Guild contributions and to include them all in a whole that was greater than the sum of their parts.

Yes, I really, really like Moorcock's Multiverse

As it is by now, Multiversatility – POP (yeah, it’s a silly name, I know) includes four new races and more than twenty subraces, eight variant classes, more than forty subclasses, and seventeen new feats (yes, 17, and I am releasing it on Friday 13, oh sweet irony), along with some other character options.

When it came to naming my new bundle, well, I thought about how the better part of my rules options, as well as my RPG campaigns, somehow refer to the concept of Multiverse and its implications, when they don’t blatantly pay homage to the works of Michael Moorcock. It is a pack of new rules to give more options to D&D players, to add versatility to campaign words and characters alike, and so what name was better than Multiversatility? The POP part is a sick inside joke of mine, I admit it; be advised, you will find many of these inside M–POP, along with obscure allusions and blatantly plane ones.

A warforged fencer between clockworks and cloak and dagger, and without planning it: this is real serendipity!

Why a horse? Well, it's a long story...

And, well, here it is. My intention is for Multiversatility – Player’s Options Pack to be a collection of previous contributions as much as a fresh start for new projects. Read it, play with it if you want, and most importantly enjoy it!

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