4e D&D

Monday Monster: Deathshade Wisp
from Courts of the Shadow Fey

Every kingdom has its royal guards: stoic souls with vigilant eyes, strength of arm, and unmatched loyalty. The Courts of the Shadow Fey are no different. That final quality — loyalty — has forced the black-hearted nobles of the court to seek guardians from unorthodox sources. Knowing no living shadow fey could be trusted to …

Monday Monster: Deathshade Wisp
from Courts of the Shadow Fey
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Triple Launch:
Shadow Fey, Azlant, and Azathoth

To date, Open Design has been about competition between competing proposals, pitting projects and editions against one another. In an effort to accommodate everyone, we even completely redesigned Halls of the Mountain King in two editions. While that project was huge, we’re not pursuing that approach again. We’re learning from the experience and doing something …

Triple Launch:
Shadow Fey, Azlant, and Azathoth
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The 7 Ales of Ninkash

Lay worshipers and priests of Ninkash spend much time brewing ale. Every drop of the ale they make, which has had prayers to the matron goddess of dwarven wine and beer chanted over it during the brewing, is “holy ale.” But certain ales are infused with the magic spells of the Vaer, the priests of …

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Monday Monster: Clockwork Hounds

They were once the province of the corrupt aristocracy, running down escaped slaves and tracking prey in hunting expeditions. Those days are gone, but the clockwork hounds still tick and hunt. The Praetors of Zobeck seized them during the revolt that established the Free City, and now, they operate only on the command of the …

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