Playing as a Swarmkeeper changes the story behind a Ranger in fun ways.
Tasha’s Cauldron of Everything helps fashion story creep via the optional rule that lets you swap various proficiencies for other proficiencies. Use this to tell a wider variety of stories.
The further emphasis on personalizing your character within the multiverse to the deeper hints that the multiverse will continue to grow Tasha’s Guide to Everything is about more than just new crunch.
How would you run a D&D campaign that focuses on rebelling against a power much mightier than the player-characters? What tools would you use to rise against The White Witch, or The Union, or the Burgue?
A D&D character built through the crowd. Tatiana Riverhopper explores the world looking for tales to tell and gold for her pocket.
Add a new tool to your 5th Edition D&D campaign with Coffee Gear. Have a character that roasts, brews, and serves coffee whether in cafes or in the wilds.
Not all companion dogs in D&D need to be mastiffs. Your doggo can be a herder with this home brew.
Seventeen cantrips that the commoners of your D&D world should be using in their fantastic apocryphal lives.
Many fantasy tropes are ignored by the background system. Let’s fix that.
All of these backgrounds vary from the system as outlined in the Player’s Handbook (2 skills and 2 languages/kits/games/instruments/tools). They are slightly more powerful, but also have limitations in regards to origin kingdom and maybe negative features. The bonuses include an extra non-damaging cantrip, a bit more equipment, a single weapon or companion points. A DM running…