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Expanding the Trinkets table

The trinkets table is used by a variety of backgrounds to give characters something interesting to have in their possession, but at 100… or even 500 more, sometimes you want something unique that doesn’t quite fit. Why not look to ...
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Way of the Fan

The way of the fan isn’t an official monk school per se. Rather, it’s typically a method that someone learns because they have no other weapons appropriate to carry with them. Most who learn this way are maids, ladies in ...
ClassesPlanar Mysteries

Oath of the Prepared

The “Oath of the Prepared” is a paladin class for characters who always want to have the right tools for the job. Those that take this Oath are always striving to be a step ahead of current circumstances. Preparation is ...
Planar Mysteries

Reasons A Site Might Be Abandoned P4

(Author’s note: I’m picking up where I left off numerically) One of the classic D&D tropes is a party entering a dungeon. Such places are either abandoned, in the middle of nowhere, or, sometimes, under a bustling city, but forgotten. ...
Planar Mysteries

Why a Site Might be Abandoned P3

(Author’s note: I’m picking up where I left off numerically) One of the classic D&D tropes is a party entering a dungeon. Such places are either abandoned, in the middle of nowhere, or, sometimes, under a bustling city, but forgotten. ...
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The Spice Domain

The Spice Domain is a domain for those non-combat focused clerics who love to cook or want to be able to use cooking skills in-game. The cleric gets a handful of unique powers that allows them to be useful in ...
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Using Tattoos in your Game, P5

In part 1 we gave a definition of a tattoo,. We also examined how different classes might use tattoos,. Finally, we looked at monster markings and tattoos, as well as tattoo power levels. In part 2, we talked about how ...
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Reasons Why a Site Might Be Abandoned P2

(Author’s note: I’m picking up where I left off numerically) One of the classic D&D tropes is a party entering a dungeon. Such places are either abandoned, in the middle of nowhere, or, sometimes, under a bustling city, but forgotten. ...
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Protecting yourself against psychic damage

(Author’s note: I needed a break from the “tattoo” article and thought that this would present some interesting ideas.) Psychic damage is one of the “flavors” of damage types in 5th edition D&D. But unlike most of the other types, ...
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Using tattoos in your game P4

In part 1 we gave a definition of a tattoo, examined how different classes might use tattoos, looked at monster markings and tattoos, as w ell as  tattoo power levels. In part 2 we talked about how magic tattoos and ...