Tag Archives: 5e

Homebrew: How to beat 5E’s CR and design better monsters

I’m running a Fifth Edition campaign (see “Nemesis Queens”), and we are having a lot of fun. But as the DM, I am struggling more and more to run combat. The players are all level 6 now, so they have … Continue reading

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New Supplement: Recurring Fantasy NPCs!

Hi everyone! This week I published a new RPG supplement for your campaign (any system!). It’s a handy little collection of recurring Non-Player Characters (NPCs) that you can drop into your world to spice things up. Each NPC is designed … Continue reading

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Homebrew: Necromancy spells for fifth edition (5e)

I just re-watched the Castlevania animated series (which I enjoyed on many levels, yet again), and one of the characters that resonated with me this time was Hector. He is a human “forge-master” who creates undead monsters to fight for … Continue reading

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Adventure “Saving Saxham” now available for OSR and 5e

Hey everyone, I have created an OSR version of my Dungeon Age adventure “Saving Saxham“. This basically means I removed all of the D&D Fifth Edition (5e) mechanics from the setting, monsters, and treasure, and created new creature stat blocks … Continue reading

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Dungeon Age: A list of mutations

The following D&D (5e) game content can be found in the adventure Dungeon Age: Acid Metal Howl. If you find yourself in the dead city of Yumar, don’t wake the green lady. And if you do wake her, stay away. Do … Continue reading

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Dungeon Age: A list of nightmares

The following D&D (5e) game content can be found in the adventure Dungeon Age: Acid Metal Howl. Don’t sleep too close to the strange metal sphere in the center of the dead city of Yumar, or you will have a … Continue reading

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