Get to Know the Death Knight

It wouldn’t be Halloween without a good slasher film or show. The slasher genre is one of my favorites, as it deals with a single threat (usually), a well-defined location (ideally), and the mythos is surface-level enough to give you the deets without getting bogged down (until the sequels). It also lends itself to genre deconstruction in a way that can nail the deconstruction while staying firmly within the genre, something not exactly easy to do (Scream is a goddamn masterpiece in this regard, and the TV series of the same name is actually pretty phenomenal. Yeah, both seasons).

Spells for D&D 5th Edition [Part 2]

This week I took a look at Bigby’s spells. Last week I put together two spell conversions: Melf’s Unicorn Arrow and Melf’s Slumber of Arrows, and there were some critiques on the power and level of those spells. So I will be making some tweaks, so check out those updates here:  Spells for D&D 5th Edition [Part 1]

Spells for D&D 5th Edition [Part 1]

If you look through the D&D 5th edition spells in the Player’s Handbook you will notice that there are some spells that are named after people.  They are named after Greyhawk characters: Bigby, Drawmij, Mordenkainen, Nystul, Otiluke, Otto, Rary the Traitor, Tenser, Melf (male elf) and Tasha. And here are those spells from the PHB: