Tome Unbound: Harefolk

Harefolk Slinger Small humanoid (harefolk), chaotic goodArmor Class 12Hit Points 33 (6d6 + 12)Speed 30 ft., burrow 10 ft. STR DEX CON INT WIS CHA 10 (+0) 15 (+2) 14 (+2) 10 (+0) 14 (+2) 13 (+1) Skills Perception +4, Survival +4Senses passive Perception 14Languages CommonChallenge 1/2 (100 XP) Keen Smell. The harefolk slinger has …

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Harbingers of the Yawning Void: Hvergelmir & Niflheim

Environs of Niflheim A great plain of ice, devoid of plants and animals, the environment of Niflheim is inhospitable to life. In addition to the bone-chilling cold, dangerous foes lurk amid the twilit landscape. The worst of the dark souls confined to this place are transformed into tvierherjar (see Creature Codex) by Nidhogg. They do …

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Tome of Heroes: Wallpapers

It’s a new month, and everyone’s gaming! So here’s a hero-tastic set of wallpapers for your computer, your smartphone, or whatever electronic device you’ve got. This month, we’ve got a piece from Tome of Heroes, now live on Kickstarter (artist Craig Spearing).  Let’s go find a party, adventurers! Please, click on the image you want to download …

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From the Deck of a Sandship: Of Nemet and a Fine Crew of Pirates

Nemet, Captain of the Roadrunner Nemet Al-Graghn is a Nurian human who wears her long, flowing dark hair up in a ponytail. She is tall with a muscular build and piercing green eyes. Her favorite outfit consists of brown camelhide pants with a ruffled blouse of fine Nurian cotton. She wears an armored leather vest …

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Saints of Midgard: Stone-Saint Elharee

Stone-Saint Elharee Origins. The only non-dragonkin worshipper of the ancient dragon god Khespotan to become a stone-saint, Elharee Al-Sawari was the daughter of human miners in the Dragoncoil Mountains. Elharee grew up as a miner herself, and while aware of her inferior status in the Mharoti Empire, it did not stop her from becoming a …

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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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Rogue’s Gallery: Namazzi Akullo

A Blade Among Books. Namazzi’s parents were certain their youngest child would be a renowned parchment-maker as every member of each of their families had been for generations. Their certainty evaporated when their young daughter began running through the home battling imaginary fiends while brandishing a wooden serving spoon as though it was a sword. …

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Harbingers of the Yawning Void: Cult Activities and Adventure Hooks, Part 3

LEVELS 10–12 The Cursed Madstone. While cities have streets lined with temples and assorted apothecaries and doctors to deal with sickness, in rural areas and borderland settlements, those not lucky enough to have a healer in residence must rely on itinerant clergy or other wandering healers to come through. Those without clerical magic rely on …

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Into the Wilderness: Random Encounters

However, they can also bog down pacing and damage that verisimilitude just as easily. As such, you want to ensure that your random encounters are making your wilderness a more vibrant, interesting place to adventure in. Your random encounters should accomplish some of the following: Save you time Save you work Push characters toward interesting …

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Ratatosk: New Squirrel-Folk Variants (Part One)

With the knowledge of the planes quite literally at their claw-tips, it comes as no surprise that ratatosk have a wide variety of skills and abilities.  Citizens of the World Tree The ratatosk presented in the Tome of Beasts represents a squirrel-folk trained to travel the pathways of Yggdrasil and is the one most often …

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