Ranger Archetype: Relic Seeker

Today’s homebrew comes from an idea given to me by @Skoll_NorseWolf. It was suggested that I make a Ranger that seeks out artifacts and quests to destroy evil ones. Albeit that flavor was hard to convey, so I broke it down into the Relic Seeker, a ranger who hunts down magic items in general. Okay, I’ll admit, this art looks like a paladin, but it … Continue reading Ranger Archetype: Relic Seeker

Sacred Oath: Oath of the Vault

When I was writing today’s Sacred Oath, all I could think of was the Orzhov from Magic: The Gathering’s Ravnica setting. The design came from a smattering of different suggestions on Twitter that eventually wrapped up together into the Oath of the Vault. My two big thank yous go out to Xai (@xaichai) and Kelly White (@thebeldragon) on Twitter, as I blended their suggestions into … Continue reading Sacred Oath: Oath of the Vault

Sacred Oath: Oath of Liberty

As we wrap up our first series of paladins, today we introduce the Oath of Liberty, a paladin who seeks to liberate others and offer them hope in times of oppression. If you’re looking to play a paladin that is awesome at crowd control and teamwork, this is the character for you. The suggestion for this subclass comes from DnDurken (@DnDurken), a frequent ally of … Continue reading Sacred Oath: Oath of Liberty

Sorcerous Origin: Beguiler

I’m proud to present, at long last, my take on beguiler. Though I deviated a bit from the original concept in 3.5, I think I made something that I am a little bit more… enchanted with. Let me know what you guys think! If you excuse me, I kind of want to start planning a Mastermind Rogue/Beguiler Sorcerer now. Art by Eric Dechamps, Wizards of … Continue reading Sorcerous Origin: Beguiler

Warlock Patron: The Lunar Guide

At long last, after some delay, I present to you a patron that was voted for on Twitter; you guys wanted a Moon Warlock, so I wrote one! I used several themes found in previous editions of D&D as well as incorporating small nods to varying myths surrounding the moon, such as polymorph (lycanthropy) as well as actual science reflected by spells such as control … Continue reading Warlock Patron: The Lunar Guide

Roguish Archetype: Invisible Blade

The Invisible Blade is a concept that has been near and dear to me since I first started DMing the 3rd edition of Dungeons and Dragons back in 2013. My best friend Andy (@DM_Starhelm) played an Invisible Blade and he used it in some of the coolest, most cinematic ways, and I have been hoping to recapture that ever since we switched to 5e. Therefore … Continue reading Roguish Archetype: Invisible Blade