Dragonlords of Tarkir in D&D: Silumgar

Silumgar, the Drifting Death With the first iteration of Silumgar, my first point of reference was the Adult Green Dragon, much like I used the Adult Red Dragon as my starting point for Atarka. The main effect focus for this iteration of Silumgar was making his poisonous breath worked more as a constant aura than … Continue reading Dragonlords of Tarkir in D&D: Silumgar

Cleric Divine Domain – Revelry (Download) Although I’ve been working on the Ravnica Guildmage subclasses for a while, I thought I’d break up that pattern of subclasses with something a little different. I’m a big fan of Theros, and it was the first magic block that I played, so I thought it was about time … Continue reading

Creatures of Commander 2017 in D&D

Commander 2017 was released yesterday, so this week’s post is going to focus on some of the cool new Vampires, Wizards, Cats and Dragons that we’ve seen in the new set. As each of them is a particularly powerful creature, they all have somewhat large statblocks, so I’m posting them as four separate posts: Edgar … Continue reading Creatures of Commander 2017 in D&D

Powers of Dishonored in D&D: Emily Kaldwin

It should come as no surprise to folks that know me personally that my favourite video game series is Dishonored, and since the player characters of that series have access to a number of eldritch powers, I thought they’d be something interesting to translate as spells for D&D. Domino3rd-level enchantmentCasting Time: 1 actionRange: 60 feetComponents: … Continue reading Powers of Dishonored in D&D: Emily Kaldwin

Creatures of Ravnica Part 1: Izzet and Rakdos

I realise that with all these subclasses I’m working on for Ravnica, you might want to play a campaign in that setting! While a lot of D&D’s standard creatures will fit smoothly into the setting, there are some things that are truly unique creatures to Ravnica. So, here are a few creatures to go with … Continue reading Creatures of Ravnica Part 1: Izzet and Rakdos

Dragonlords of Tarkir in D&D: Atarka

To start off, this post was suggested by @weare-revolutionary, one of the winners of my 1000 follower competition! To see posts suggested by the other winners, click here! Atarka, World Render This version of Atarka was built on the Adult Red Dragon stats, but with some important adaption. The antlers as an extra attack gives her a … Continue reading Dragonlords of Tarkir in D&D: Atarka

Bard College – Rix Maadi Guildmage (Download) A continuation of my cycle of Ravnica’s guildmages, here is my take on Rix Maadi Guildmage as a bard subclass. Initially, I considered this guildmage as a Warlock subclass, but seeing as the cult of Rakdos are entertainers first and foremost, a bard subclass would be much more appropriate.  … Continue reading

Wizard Arcane Tradition: Nivix Guildmage, Version 2 (Download) This post was suggested by one of the winners of my 1000 follower celebration, @sarkhan-punbroken!  The focus for this subclass was to mirror common Izzet themes. In particular, the Research and Development ability is based on the Nivix Guildmage card ability of “draw a card, then discard a … Continue reading

Gods of Hour of Devastation in D&D: The Scarab God

A Stolen God. When Nicol Bolas first arrived on Amonkhet, his victory over the gods was swift and brutal. With Amonkhet claimed as his own, Bolas re-purposed the gods to do his bidding. While he kept 5 in Naktamun to run the society he had rebuilt, the other three were kept out of the city … Continue reading Gods of Hour of Devastation in D&D: The Scarab God

Gods of Hour of Devastation in D&D: The Locust God

A Stolen God. When Nicol Bolas first arrived on Amonkhet, his victory over the gods was swift and brutal. With Amonkhet claimed as his own, Bolas re-purposed the gods to do his bidding. While he kept 5 in Naktamun to run the society he had rebuilt, the other three were kept out of the city … Continue reading Gods of Hour of Devastation in D&D: The Locust God