Fey Weapons

By request from a reader, today’s article is about the magical weapons that the fey wield, or that the Archfey grant to their leal servants. This week should have returned to Domain Rulership, but I’m stalling on that for a week, just in case Mearls releases an Unearthed Arcana that is all about late-game play, how to spend filthy lucre at high levels, and domain play next week. Also, Colin did some great work with fey magic items in a recent EN5IDER article, so if you’re an EN5IDER patron, check it out!

Steampunk Equipment for D&D 5th Edition

Back in February, on the Campaign Trail, I looked at Steampunk Weapons and Steampunk Armor for D&D 5th Edition. My homebrew setting and a one-shot adventure I just ran (exciting news here soon!) both contain steampunk inspired tech. This week I look at Steampunk Equipment for D&D 5th Edition. You can provide these lists of Adventuring Gear and Tools to your players to add some steampunk options for your fantasy world or use them to help create your own Steampunk themed campaign.

Steampunk Armor for D&D 5th Edition

Last week on the Campaign Trail I looked Steampunk Weapons for D&D 5th Edition. Both my homebrew setting and a little something else I’ve been working contain steampunk inspired tech. This week I look at Steampunk Armor for D&D 5th Edition. You can provide this list to your players to give them some steampunk armor options to don in your fantasy world or for a full Steampunk themed campaign.

Steampunk Weapons for D&D 5th Edition

In a previous edition of the Campaign Trail I looked at Ideas for a Steampunk Campaign Setting. This week I’m providing Steampunk Weapons for D&D 5th Edition that I have been working on for my homebrew Vodari campaign and an upcoming one-shot. You can provide this list to your players to add a little steampunk tech into your fantasy world or as a weapons list for a full Steampunk themed campaign.

Weapons for a D&D 5e Pirate Campaign Setting

Ahoy! This week on the Campaign Trail we set sail on a journey to hunt down Weapons for a D&D 5e Pirate Campaign Setting. As my seafaring campaign nears its end, I’ve been taking a look back at all the materials I created and collected over the course of the campaign. I thought it would be a good idea to share some of my materials with you lubbers that I found useful. While this list is geared towards outfitting swashbuckling pirates and privateers, you could use it to add guns (inspired by those used during the late 18th century) to any campaign, you scallywag.