Vampires of Darkest Dungeon in D&D, Part 2

This set of creatures is an extension to my list of Darkest Dungeon vampires, containing all the non-unique vampires not already listed. So, if part one wasn’t already enough to fill a dismal courtyard, this list should have enough horrors to overload it with buzzing and clicking bloodsuckers! Sycophant The sycophant’s rules were based on … Continue reading Vampires of Darkest Dungeon in D&D, Part 2

Monsters of Darkest Dungeon in D&D: The Shrieker

The Shrieker is one of my favourite enemies from Darkest Dungeon, particularly as it doesn’t present combat in the same way as most enemies in the game, dealing surprising amounts of damage before suddenly fleeing. Translated to D&D, the Shrieker should present an interesting encounter where players make camp on a moonless night, waking to … Continue reading Monsters of Darkest Dungeon in D&D: The Shrieker

Darkest Dungeon Stress System in D&D (Download) This week’s post is something I’ve been working on for a long time, and my first post which is a set of variant rules! Darkest Dungeon’s stress system is perhaps the core part of the game that sets it apart from other dungeon crawler games, and something I’ve … Continue reading

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

Warlock Otherworldly Patron: The Outsider (Download) With Death of the Outsider released yesterday, I thought this would be the ideal time to post something I’ve been working on for a very long time: an Outsider subclass for D&D.  This subclass is intended to reflect common features of those marked by the Outsider, but focusing specifically … Continue reading

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