Trevor

Spells are an integral part of what makes D&D great. From the simple and utilitarian to the truly bizarre, all manner of spells have appeared in D&D over the years, and we want to carry on that tradition of variety. So, to wrap up the toothiest month on FMD so…

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’sĀ gladiator campaign article last…

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 RulesĀ and the other two are some Valentine’s Day-inspired consumables that can add some lighthearted holiday fun into your…

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…