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The Artificer Class, Part Five

My text for today is a little unusual, in that I’m covering something from Tribality Publishing. One of our earliest and most successful releases is Rich Howard’s Alchemist class. It includes an Artificer tradition among its subclasses, so it belongs ...
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Greyhawk-Forestscape-Fellreev

This 20 by 20 mile Forest area has been designed to slot into the forest of Fellreev on Greyhawk, but can be used for other northern temperate-cold climate forests. Notes about the region : In Greyhawk this forest area would ...
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Factions, renown and how to make your players care about ...

Thumbnail art by Etienne Hebinger Fighter: “All right. Tonight we are pulling off the heist to the Sorcerer’s tower. What have we got ready for it?” Cleric: “I’ve got a Harper agent working for me inside of it. It’s supposed ...
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Eberron: Rising from the Last War Coming – November 2019

A very exciting press release was just sent to my inbox. A new hardcover D&D 5e Eberron book has been announced and it is not Wayfinder’s Guide to Eberron. Below you’ll find product details, side by side covers, and the ...
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Unearthed Arcana: Barbarian and Monk Breakdown

A new UA article! On a Thursday? Don’t these monsters know that this does strange things to my writing schedule for the week? They don’t? Weird. Anyway. Two new subclasses, one for barbarians and one for monks.
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Strongholds & Followers Breakdown, Part One

A few months back, I got my hard copy of Matt Colville’s Strongholds & Followers, the product of MCDM’s explosively successful Kickstarter. If you’ve been reading my work in Tribality for the last few years, you’ll understand that I jumped ...
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RPG’s – What’s new out there?

There is a world full of interesting roleplaying games out there, and the more we play, the wider range of ideas we bring to the table when we play or run games. Today we look at two new Roleplaying games ...
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What to do when you run out of monsters?

Thumbnail art by Bastien Aufrere D&D has hundreds, if not thousands of monsters for the DM to place in the game. However, at some times the usual ones start becoming normal appearances in the campaign. You want something new to ...
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Scoundrel – A Rogue Archetype (5e)

I wanted to share another subclass concept I’ve been working on that encourages pulp action and swashbuckling gameplay. The following subclass let’s you play a PC who uses their smile, quick wits, and the odd dirty trick to find their ...
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The Artificer Class, Part Four

Now that GenCon 2019 is done, I can come back to the History of the Artificer. This week we’re taking on 4e and the Eberron Player’s Guide. By coincidence this is the one version of the artificer I’ve seen in ...