Posts by Victoria Jaczko

You Find Yourself in a Haunted House: Magic Items

Recommended Items Haunted locations aren’t very haunted without some undead encounters, and the undead come with several resistances and ailments they can inflict on PCs. For example, most undead are immune to poison and charm abilities while they can inflict fear or attribute-draining attacks on PCs. Consider the magic items PCs already have to determine …

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You Find Yourself in a Haunted House: The Beginning

Whether a windswept manor on the moors, a dilapidated hut on the outskirts of town, or a castle on the verge of ruins, haunted locations are ripe areas to introduce backstory, side plots, clues, atmosphere, or some undead infestation. A distinguishing feature of haunted locales is dependence on mood. Fear is a typical goal, but …

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Warlock’s Apprentice: Courtfolk Halflings, the Quiet People of the Covenant

No creature epitomizes the art of graceful service like the courtfolk, an accomplishment these halflings take with great (but quiet) pride. Courtfolk are defined by their dedication and deference to the great elven courts of old, but their identities are in flux in the wake of the Great Retreat. Now their oaths are sworn to …

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Warlock’s Apprentice: Riverfolk Halflings, the Scattered People of the Trade

From ramshackle patchwork barges to the decks of fishing boats and smuggling vessels, riverfolk halflings are found along the greatest rivers of the Crossroads… and some of the less great. The gruff barge pilot in the wide-brimmed hat, predicting a river with near-prescient skill; the singer, stamping out rhythms on the deck while belting out …

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