D&D

The gladiatorial arenas of Rome evoke contradictory ideas: romance and brutality, defiance and obedience, violence and entertainment. The image of the warrior-showman is an enduring one, and today we present a fighter path designed to capture that in D&D. This path is great for use in Robert’s gladiator campaign article last…

D&D has always been a game played among friends, or with strangers who often become friends. Friendship is a type of love, and I thought that for our last article for “Love Month,” I’d try to do a mechanical representation of the bonds of trust and love that form between…

Paladins are the knights in shining armor of D&D, brave warriors that inspire others on the battlefield with martial training and holy magic. Inspired by Courtly Love, Arthurian Legend, and a little bit of swashbuckling, we bring you a charming Paladin Oath inspired by love. Oath of the Gallant The…

This month we had an extra Monday, so Trevor and Robert combined their powers and each made a monster based on the theme of the Month. Robert brings you a predator that uses cute as camouflage. Trevor brings you a fun new take on a Valentines Day creature we all…

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…

Planescape has had a lasting legacy in D&D. Tiefling, a race that now appears in the Player’s Handbook, got its start in Planescape.  There were quite a few other Planar races in that first box and in later expansions, and my personal favorite was the Bariaur. It always stuck with…