Regardless of which ruleset you use, every fan of D&D should include running or drawing from the Deck of Many Things on their bucket list.
These games are ones I’ve been using in my own games for a while.
Way back in February of 2013, during the heady days of D&D Next, I created the Give Ground rule, a reaction that is available to all creatures
The problem with characters is that they just keep coming back to life.
These extra rules have added a significant amount of fun to our 5th edition combat.
When I think about buying and selling magic items, one of the key factors for me is the population size of the settlement where the characters plan to sell their goods.
Sam De Leve is joined by Amy Dallen as they chat about the nuances of house rules and all things involving home brewing content!
What do people think of when they think of Tinker’s Tools?
A quick and easy tool you can throw into your game to increase the heals, give a purpose for taking the Healer feat and put the Healer’s Kit in its rightful place.
Now, for those that may not have seen my previous installments on this topic, I am making tools in DnD 5e to replace what was given in Xanathar’s Guide to Everything.