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Stay weird, D&D.

Does your fighter have a Heart of Fur? Is there more to your warforged than meets the eye? Does your rogue think dual wielding is for chumps? Then this is the D&D supplement for you, my friend. 

Feats Don’t Fail Me Now is a collection of the greatest feats ever created for your not-entirely-serious 5e game.


  • Over 40 Feats for 5e! They’re balanced, too! (We think.) Because breaking the game is no fun.
  • A bunch of illustrations all drawn by the same guy!
  • Accessible PDF! Because visually impaired people play D&D, too.
  • Full Preview! Try it before you buy it!

A Fantasy Grounds mod is available separately!

“More than a joke book (but still funny), Feats Don’t Fail Me Now
provides clever and fun feats that emphasize character-building,
role-playing, and plenty of laughter.”
Rogue Watson

The Creators

M.T. Black (designer) is a Guild Adept, who has created the Adamantine best-selling Complete Adventures of M.T. Black, the Eye of Klothys adventure for Theros, and the Mordenkainen's Tome of Marvelous Magic books.

Andrew Cawood (designer) created the Mithral best-selling The Dungeon Master's Handbook, Friends and Foes I, and the hit OGL “Monsters” series: Monsters of Feyland, Monsters of the Underworld, and the upcoming Monsters of the City.

Jeremy Forbing (designer) created the Mithral best-selling Ravenloft Archetypes I: Nightmares of Barovia and the 5e Gothic Earth supplement Masque of the Red Death, in addition to contributing to The Blackstaff's Book of 1000 Spells, Player's Companion, and many others. He is sorry about all that stuff he said about funny D&D books.

Laura Hirsbrunner (editor) has edited the Adamantine best-selling Exploring Eberron, the Platinum best-selling Elminster’s Candlekeep Companion, and is editor-in-chief of the Across Eberron series.

Chris S. Sims (designer & technical editor) is a legendary D&D designer, making his debut in the DMs Guild. His previous work includes the Rules Compendium for 3.5e, the Forgotten Realms Campaign Guide, Secrets of Sarlona, and the 4e Monster Manual.

And Gordon McAlpin (lead designer & illustrator) designed and illustrated the Gold best-selling High Magic Sourcebook, so you know who the real talent is behind this book. Definitely Gordon, who is not writing this.




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Gareth T January 24, 2022 4:33 pm UTC
Question re: Fiendish Facade.. is the Save DC correct.. Wis saving throw, but use str modifier to save with?
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Gordon M January 24, 2022 9:31 pm UTC
No, if I'm following your question correctly: the Strength modifier is used to calculate the DC for the Wisdom saving throw.

The DC (as the book states) is 8 + your proficiency bonus + your Strength modifier. (The idea is that contorting your face in super-gross ways requires really strong face muscles.) So if *you* (the character with the feat) have a +4 proficiency bonus and a +3 Strength modifier, when you use this feature on a creature, that creature must make a DC 15 Wisdom saving throw (or get disadvantage on its next attack roll).
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Gareth T February 08, 2022 4:19 pm UTC
makes sense now you've put it that way.. much appreciated.
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Alan L August 16, 2020 3:52 am UTC

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Paul B August 12, 2020 1:14 am UTC
Did you just create a furry feat...?
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Gordon M August 12, 2020 1:40 am UTC
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Martin R August 12, 2020 8:25 am UTC
Goddamn it...

*opens wallet*
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Busty D August 12, 2020 11:20 am UTC
i am a furry and this is awesome :}
(and funny haha)
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Gordon M August 12, 2020 2:26 pm UTC
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Paul B August 14, 2020 8:13 pm UTC
This also invokes what I imagine D&D would be at...certain conventions XD
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Gordon M August 15, 2020 5:39 am UTC
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