D&D 5th Edition

Indiana Jones, James T. Kirk, Lara Croft, Doc Savage, The Doctor (who?). These names are familiar to most people who play D&D and embody the combination of curiosity and knowledge with bold tactics and a reliance on luck. This type of daring but intellectual hero can be represented in many…

This week we bring you a new character race from the Sword and Planet classic “A Princess of Mars.” The Green Martians! “In one respect at least the Martians are a happy people, they have no lawyers.” – Edgar Rice Burroughs – A Princess of Mars Green People From Another…

The barbarian class is often portrayed as a loner and an outsider, but people from the wild places often have deep bonds with their tribe, the wilderness they call home, and with the creatures they share the land with. Some tribes live their entire life in the saddle of a…

The background system for Dungeons and Dragons is one of the most inspired additions to the rules set. Players have a lot of wonderful options that can inspire some great role-playing. For this month, since the Outlander was the only background that was completely nature-focused, we decided to add some…

It’s the last week of Scooby-doo month, we’ve covered the rest of the gang, and now it’s time for a little something inspired by everyone’s favorite ascot-sporting leader. In several iterations of the show, Fred is obsessed with traps, and traps have always been a huge part of the fun…

There is a long history of adventuring groups that have an animal sidekick of one form or another, from the Mabari Hound and Dogmeat in your favorite video games, the Dire Wolves in Game of Thrones, to the members of Mysteries Incorporated. The genre is full of characters who have…

Humans are social creatures, and one thing all cultures have in common is that we love to tell stories. Dangers in the deep dark woods have given rise to one of the first reoccurring antagonists, the Big Bad Wolf. Probably best known as the villain of Little Red Riding Hood,…