Folk heroes are distinct in that what defines them is not magic power or skill with weapons, but a single, selfless act that earned them the admiration of the peasantry.
In a standard Dungeons and Dragons world, society is stratified by class that is largely determined by blood. In medieval Europe, the nobility was a very tiny portion of the population, and they generally owned the lands that were worked by the peasant class.
On the chance you’re like me and feel the need to dive into who you’re role playing more, I’ve jotted down a handful of questions I like to ask myself when devising the concept for ANY character I want to dive into.
With some irony as we all become hermits of a sort, we will be looking at the hermit background this week.
What makes a Dwarf a Dwarf?
In this post, we will be examining the Warlock’s Class Features and how you can optimize your Warlock through choosing your Race, Ability Score, Spells, Feats, etc.
When coming forward with a character backstory for your character in a new campaign, it’s generally best practice to make sure that you check in with your GM.
There’s a struggle that comes with effectively bringing across a character with layers.
The Entertainer background gives players an opportunity to bring their love to roleplaying and acting deeper into the game, and have their character do the same.
This fifth entry in the New Player’s Guide series is for players who have just played their first session of a brand-new campaign.