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Strixhaven Supplemental Volume III: Creature Compendium and Item Index


Strixhaven Supplemental Volume III: Creature Compendium and Item Index is a companion to Strixhaven: A Curriculum of Chaos.  This third volume contains 11 new magic items using different artifacts and equipment from the Strixhaven and Commander 21 MTG sets as inspiration.

Additionally included are 13 normal creatures and 8 legendary creatures with inspiration taken from the MTG cards.  Each college has at least one legendary creature associated with it and Extus and the Blood Avatar round out the collection for DMs who may wish to have their players pursue an evil greater than Murgaxor.  Several of the legendary creatures employ unique encounter mechanics that will challenge even veteran players but remain thematic and relevant to the cards, lore, and setting.

This companion ends with several ideas on flavoring existing stat blocks to build other Strixhaven creatures DMs may wish to use.

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Fren H December 31, 2021 11:41 am UTC
I'm happy to see such conversions of the trading card monsters. I was especially surprised to see Octavia and the Mage Hunters.

How would you represent Witherbloom's iconic life for magic mechanic? Supposedly they gain this pretty early. What about 1 pest per spell level which can be added to your spell slot with a maximum of half your character level? Starting at 0. And your familiar counts so it's a floating spell level that can be resummoned with Find Familiar.
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Alex C December 31, 2021 2:15 pm UTC
Something like that could definitely work but there would need to be similar but differently flavored mechanics in place for the other colleges for the sake of balance. Perhaps different spirits provide different spell levels for Lorehold, more complex fractals are better for Quandrix, etc.
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