I design a Twilight Cleric for a One-Shot! Woot woot!
A Shadow-touched Air Genasi Twilight Cleric Build!
I have my ‘post-wedding-bachelor-party’ this weekend, and a friend is running a one-shot for me and the gang. I’m excited to introduce a character I’ve been wanting to play for quite some time, my shadow-touched Twilight Cleric! Just for fun, I’ve decided to post my backstory character creation. I’ll post the character sheet I’ve written out for them below as well.
Along the Triboar is now available for purchase for Fantasy Grounds!
I’m excited to share that Along the Triboar, my 5th edition expansion to the Lost Mines of Phandelver beginner campaign, is now available for sale on DMs Guild for Fantasy Grounds. This continues my partnership with Grim Press and provides additional opportunities for explorers to build connections to Neverwinter. It also forms a great bridge between events in Phandalin and either east towards Triboar or west towards the rest of the Sword Coast!
Check out a mention of my newest product – A Field Guide to Temerrit – on Splinterverse’s D&D New Releases Video!
Check it out! A Field Guide to Temerrit was featured by Splinterverse as part of a look at several new, 3rd party products via DMs Guild! You can hear his commentary, including compliments on the maps, around the 1 hour, 27 minute mark.
Check out the cover and some plot hooks from A Field Guide to Temerrit, my latest D&D 5e adventure setting!
Welcome back! Today we’ll be looking at a few examples of plot hooks within my next Dungeons and Dragons 5e adventure setting – A Field Guide to Temerrit. With forty plot hooks in the adventure setting, we have a ton to pick from.
When last we left off in Tallavanor’s Tales, our gallant investigator, saddled with a group of not-quite-so-gallant allies, was chasing down a lead about the influence of a certain Count Magnus on the docks of Mulhussen. While our leads were beginning to spiral in multiple directions, a few things sifted to the surface of our clues like weevils in a bag of flour…
If you missed the background behind this D&D module, here’s some insight!
So, you’re here to inquire about the strange circumstances up at Wyvern Tor? Better you than me going up there, I tell you! Some people say that it’s the lost soul of a mournful farmer, intent on murdering those who killed her husband. Others say it’s a long lost priestess of some crazed god, looking to resurrect him. But between you and me, I think it’s one of those damned necromancers, out meddling with the dead and bringing back things that should stay six feet under. Fortunate you came along to deal with it, eh?
This module revisits Wyvern Tor, combining the original mission from the Lost Mines of Phandelver with several other small side mission to turn it into a fully fledged story. Contained within are a summary of three new sets of hooks from different characters, two new magic items, a brief summary of the temple and the god it was built to worship, along with a room by room account of the temple insides. Five maps, two for the DM, two for the PCs and one PC prop, are included, with one version of each being setting neutral, for use in all your adventures!
Greetings everyone! I’m excited to share the news that a second of my D&D modules is now available on Fantasy Grounds via DMs Guild thanks to Grim Press.
Grim Press is a group of gamers and dungeon masters who work tirelessly to bring ever more exciting and engaging products to life on your tabletop! Through collaboration with them, they have already started converting some of my products over to Virtual Table Top. You’ve already seen the port of the Temple of the Thunder Bringers that I shared last week. Now check out the Kohtumine’s Virtual Table Top version!
I encourage you to check them out on their sites below, and go and check out more of my products as well!
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While my recently published D&D 5e module is doing well (check out the Kohtumine: The Great Gathering of Ships)- my next setting module focuses on the interplay between towns and villages in the region called Temerrit. A Field Guide to Temerrit adventure setting will provide ten distinctly different town maps – from small caravan style gatherings to desert outposts to a massive capital city. Each of these can be used as is, or as a stand in to represent a new location of your choosing! Let’s explore Leffert’s Folly, the smallest town setting, today!