Stranger Things in D&D: The Monster /”The Demogorgon”

Stranger Things season 2 started the day before I’m posting this, and I know I’m not the only D&D fan who’s super excited to see what the new season is going to have in store. So for both my final October post and a celebration of the new series of one of my favourite shows, … Continue reading Stranger Things in D&D: The Monster /”The Demogorgon”

Monsters of Innistrad in D&D: Grimgrin, Corpse-Born

kor-artificer: Another sinister post for October, I’m following up on two of my most popular MTG posts, The Gitrog and Hanweir, with stats for another monster of Innistrad: Grimgrin, Corpse-Born. A Stitcher’s Masterpiece. A paragon among skaabs, Innistrad’s stitched undead, Grimgrin was created by Geralf Cecani, a stitcher of particularly notable skill, Geralf Cecani, in … Continue reading Monsters of Innistrad in D&D: Grimgrin, Corpse-Born

Monsters of Innistrad in D&D: Grimgrin, Corpse-Born

Another sinister post for October, I’m following up on two of my most popular MTG posts, The Gitrog and Hanweir, with stats for another monster of Innistrad: Grimgrin, Corpse-Born. A Stitcher’s Masterpiece. A paragon among skaabs, Innistrad’s stitched undead, Grimgrin was created by Geralf Cecani, a stitcher of particularly notable skill, Geralf Cecani, in preparation … Continue reading Monsters of Innistrad in D&D: Grimgrin, Corpse-Born

Vampires of Darkest Dungeon in D&D

Halloween draws near! And with it moving towards the high-time for all things horror, I felt now would be an appropriate time for some homebrew for another of my favourite games that I hadn’t yet touched: Darkest Dungeon. Specifically, the Crimson Court. It just so happens that I started running a campaign with the  Curse … Continue reading Vampires of Darkest Dungeon in D&D

Druid Circle – Korozda Guildmage (Download) Another addition to the roster of Ravnica Guildmage Subclasses, the Korozda Guildmage felt appropriate as a druid subclass, as the Golgari focus on nature like other druids, but with the specific focus on life and death. As a subclass, the Korozda Guildmage focuses on supporting other characters through healing … Continue reading

Dinosaur Avatars of Ixalan in D&D: Gishath, Sun’s Avatar

Gishath, Sun’s Avatar For my final Ixalan release weekend homebrew post, here are my D&D rules for Gishath, Sun’s Avatar, the ultimate dinosaur lord, and last of Ixalan’s dinosaur avatars for me to design (and one of the best draws from my prerelease pack!). At CR 18, Gishath is based on the stats for a … Continue reading Dinosaur Avatars of Ixalan in D&D: Gishath, Sun’s Avatar

Dinosaur Avatars of Ixalan in D&D: Burning Sun’s Avatar

Burning Sun’s Avatar Ixalan release weekend means D&D stats for the last two of Ixalan’s dinosaur avatar creatures, starting with Burning Sun’s Avatar. The base for this creature was, unsurprisingly, the stats of the Tyrannosaurus Rex presented in the Monster Manual. After appropriately increasing them for CR 11, I designed the Tilonalli’s Dying Light ability … Continue reading Dinosaur Avatars of Ixalan in D&D: Burning Sun’s Avatar

Dinosaur Avatars of Ixalan in D&D: Verdant Sun’s Avatar

Verdant Sun’s Avatar For the second of Ixalan’s dinosaur avatars, Verdant Sun’s Avatar, I knew it had to have a lower damage out put than the other three, so to compensate I gave it considerably higher hit points than its counterparts of equal CR. The stats for this one were based on the Brontosaurus presented … Continue reading Dinosaur Avatars of Ixalan in D&D: Verdant Sun’s Avatar

Dinosaur Avatars of Ixalan in D&D: Wakening Sun’s Avatar

Wakening Sun’s Avatar It’s Ixalan prerelease weekend! To celebrate, I’m creating stats for all four of Ixalan’s dinosaur avatars as D&D creatures, which I’m posting on both days of the prerelease weekend, and both days of the release weekend. First is Wakening Sun’s Avatar, for which I modified the stats of the Triceratops, bumping them … Continue reading Dinosaur Avatars of Ixalan in D&D: Wakening Sun’s Avatar

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