Creatures of Ixalan in D&D: Azor, the Lawbringer

Azor, the Lawbringer It’s the release weekend for Rivals of Ixalan, so this week I’ve created stats for Azor, the Lawbringer, who can fit the role of an epic final enemy for your Ixalan campaign! Arcane Lawmaker. Azor I is known for the founding of the Azorius Senate in his name, a group designed to maintain … Continue reading Creatures of Ixalan in D&D:
Azor, the Lawbringer

Barbarian Path – Chainsmith Rivals of Ixalan prerelease is this weekend, so here’s the Angrath-based subclass I’ve been working on since the first magic story he appeared in. For this subclass I split abilities between being generally smithing-related, and being specific for a chain-wielder. The 3rd-level starting abilities present abilities that focus on the character’s … Continue reading

UPDATED TO VERSION 2 Races of Ravnica – Kraul and Weird (Download) It’s been a few weeks since my last Ravnica subclass, so this week I’m heading back to the city plane for some more content to expand that which I’ve already created for Golgari and Izzet. This time, instead of NPC creatures or classes, … 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

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

It’s prerelease weekend, so to celebrate I’m designing rules for the three stolen gods, starting with the Scorpion God this weekend, and the Locust and Scarab gods in a double-post for release weekend! A Stolen God. When Nicol Bolas first arrived on Amonkhet, his victory over the gods was swift and brutal. With Amonkhet claimed … Continue reading Gods of Hour of Devastation in D&D: The Scorpion God