Trevor

Continuing February’s theme of love, we present to you some nifty new items to incorporate into your campaigns. The first is a set for a charming bard that uses our Item Set Rules¬†and the other two are some Valentine’s Day-inspired consumables that can add some lighthearted holiday fun into your…

While closely related to modern humans, Neanderthals were a distinct subspecies, larger and stronger than humans of the time due to being adapted to higher latitudes. While initially¬† assumed to be less intelligent than homo sapiens, recent evidence shows that they were our likely our equals, and had the same…

In D&D, in-combat healing is often a tricky proposition, burning valuable actions on the part of a spellcaster. This can sometimes lead to a player feeling like they are nothing but a healing dispensary for the rest of the party. This can be fine for some people, but other players…

Action RPGs like the Diablo series, and massive multiplayer online RPGs created the concept of item “sets” for modern gamers. I love the flavor and power of those items in video games, and they have popped up in D&D before, notably in the 3rd edition Magic Item Compendium. The concept…