May 4th is kind of a holiday, right? That being said, we have a gift for you. Here, have a lightsaber in 5e; just don’t point it at your face. Yeah, looking at you, Skywalker. Lightsabers in 5e Each lightsaber has a history, a purpose, and a legacy. Powered by the mystical kyber crystals, a lightsaber is a metal hilt that produces a blade of … Continue reading An Elegant Weapon for a More Civilized Age
Today’s April Fool’s Day, but rather than deceit and misery, as there is enough of the that in the world, let’s party with a brand new bard college how bout? Today we bring you the College of Revelry! Now let’s get this party started! Art: Gallia of the Endless Dance, Johannes Voss, Wizards of the Coast, 2020 College of Revelry A college of revelry bard is … Continue reading College of Revelry Bard
Very recently I was inspired to indulge and create a subclass for myself, for my golden boy Daerthalion (pictured above) which I have up til recently tried to avoid. Sometimes, you just have to fight for yourself and what you want, which coincidentally works for this subclass, because I present to you the Duelist Martial archetype. I’m not lying when I say I think this … Continue reading Martial Archetype: Duelist
We baked you a pie for Pi day. Sorry it’s a day late, it had to cool. Pie of Perfection Consumable, legendary This pie is perfect in taste, size, and presentation. It can be cut perfectly into at most six slices. Each creature that eats a slice can treat the roll of an ability check, attack roll, saving throw or saving throw as a … Continue reading Pi Day Treat!
As I scrolled through Twitter recently, I saw that my friend and fellow fabulous creator Matthew Foreman was wishing that Four Elements monk was better… or rather, wishing someone would make it not suck. This is no new statement, as it has been shared that Way of Four Elements monk is one of the lowest ranking subclasses alongside Beast Master ranger. Very recently in a … Continue reading Mastering the Way of Four Elements
Yesterday, I posted a tweet that inadvertently poked fun at the way many people play their tabletop roleplaying games by teasing a fake stream that forbid using the rules of a ttrpg. I won’t waste time elaborating. The bottom line is, I oversimplified, and I was vitriolic in my method, and I am sorry. Some people thought that I was being genuine and were actually … Continue reading The Resolve to Shine Brighter – An Editorial & Apology
Another Chance at Love Recently, a rather poor interpretation of a Love Domain cleric made its way to the public in a leaked Unearthed Arcana. While we hope there are corrections made to address the thematic issues in it, I had written a Love Domain subclass years prior. I had recently posted the older version on Twitter in response to it, but it doesn’t do … Continue reading Love Domain: 2020 Version