Sometimes you need to add a bit of your own flare to the existing rules so that your party can have a bit more fun.
Welcome to the first of many design blogs, direct from your friends at the Dungeons & Dragons Studio!
Continuing our look at the MM2 Archons entry we arrive at Storm Archons.
Lately, there’s been a lot of discussion revolving around tier 4 and why it’s such a polarizing tier.
Last month I focused on the lost chromatics: brown, purple, grey, orange, pink, and yellow dragons. Today I am going to look at the metallics. You will already know about brass, copper, bronze, silver, and gold – but there are others!
In modern Dungeons & Dragons games, intelligence vies with strength as the most common stat where players dump their characters’ lowest ability score.
This week, Matt Colville’s MCDM Productions released the official publication of the Illrigger.
Wyverns are the little cousins of dragons. Their general physiology is similar to the dragon albeit with a few noticeable differences.
Conditions are applied to creatures as a result of a spell, attack, or another effect. All conditions other than the Invisible condition negatively impact the creature they are applied to.
Ankhegs appear in AD&D 1st Edition, and they would go on to achieve minor fame among players because of their lore.