Path of the Mighty Barbarian – Greataxe: Heavy, Two-Handed, Thrown? (v2)

If there was a contest that was a combination of long-range tree chopping and caber tossing, you’d be the champion. You can be the champion in most things really. Anything with a judge who fears getting a greataxe thrown at them, anyway.

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Knife-Thrower Rogue – Running with Scissors, But Worse

Knives are the quintessential rogue favorites. Sharp, deadly, easy to hide. Even when better weapons present themselves, you can’t simply toss the concept of knives out the window.

Unless someone you don’t like is on the other side, that is.

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College of Mourning – Dyin’ in Your Arms Tonight (v2)

Don’t expect a song that peppy, of course. The mourner’s song is one of tolling bells, the inevitability of death across all of existence. All things die one death or another; the withering of age, the ravages of disease, or the horrors of battle. The bell tolls, but that needn’t be a frightening thing.

The bell tolls, and its echoes might never need to fade.

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Racial Feats v2 – Volo’s Notes on Sentient Beings (DM’s Guild)

Welcome back! Some time ago, I created the expanded racial feats collection. And now, we’re back with an update!

Volo’s Notes on Sentient Beings is the first half of the updated collection. It includes some updated feats from the original, as well as several new creations as well! There’s also a section on using feats for villain or companion NPCs, and a limited selection of feats specifically made for heroic or antagonistic nonplayer characters.Cover image for Volo's Notes on Sentient Beings

Click here to check out the collection on DM’s Guild. It’s PWYW, so grab it and give it a look!

 

Druid – Circle of the Night (v2)

Cities are their own special kind of wilderness. Full of dangerous predators and yet teeming with life all the same. All creatures are the same, ultimately. They all want the same thing; survival. But wherever there is a natural order, there are those who seek to upend it, and those who see to defend it.

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Warlock – Otherworldly Color (v2)

You aren’t sure where it came from. You aren’t sure what it is. The shining, scintillating light plays around in your thoughts, iridescent and beautiful. Its something that doesn’t belong here, but you wish it did. And maybe it could, if…

 

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Rogue – Butcher (v1)

Sometimes, people use hurtful words. You might call a goblin a bastard, or a lich “bitch” (bad idea). And then there’s the really hurtful things, like when the party paladin calls the party rogue a “murderer” or “serial killer” or even “psychotic butcher” just for doing their job!

And I’ll have you know, butchering is an art.

 

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Collection – Exotic Dragons (v1)

There are many types of dragons in the world. Chromatic, metallic, and more. In this collection, the lesser known and more mysterious types of dragons are explored. Dragons that can cause disease and illness with a touch, and others whose breath weapon expels lethal force that physically rends enemies apart. Huge dragons, terrifying dragons, strange dragons, more dragons than we can handle in fact!

 

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Rogue – Ruffian (v2)

Don’t call them thugs if you value your kneecaps. Their job is actually harder, when you think about it. A normal rogue relies on quick feet and quick wits to make sure they aren’t on the same plane by the time the law comes. A ruffian just has to deal with it. The law shows up a lot faster when there’s screaming.

And bloody cudgels make finding a good alibi extremely difficult.

 

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