When you embrace the mechanics of 5th edition Backgrounds you expand the variety of stories that can be told at your table.
The six new races being tested are mostly connected to Spelljammer, with a hint of Planescape, Dark Sun, and Star Frontiers.
Festivals, holidays, and celebrations are great ways to add verisimilitude to your game. Plus, everyone likes a party. With Halloween and its associated celebrations (All Saints Day, Samhain, Harvest tide, Día de los Muertos, etc) there is frequently a lean into those themes within our gaming. That can be as simple as skeletons, headless horse…
All that you need to know about Campaign 2 of Uprising & Rebellion.
Finding inspiration for your next PC or NPC in day-to-day normality.
Play one of the peoples who makes a city more welcoming at dawn and dusk, the lighter of lamps and lanterns.
They travel the lands with their cart and donkey fixing the broken tin of scattered families and villages, picking up bits of news and lore along the way. Tinkers are vital cogs in the rural economy and they are your next background for D&D.
Springwerks, Clockwerks, Airmatics, Waterwerks, Alchems, Tarteks – the krafts and teks of Kon within the World of the Everflow.
Adding Sports as a Tool to your 5th edition D&D game opens your table up to new stories and backgrounds for the characters.
G4 and Wizards of the Coast put together an 18-hour celebration of D&D and it’s newest products. This is what you need to know.