In the process of selling the idea of each and every class BUT Barbarian for a person raised in the wild, I recently touched upon rogues of the wilderness. The foremost subclass that matched almost perfectly was SCOUT. So, since the Elk tribe is the largest Reghed clan and need more food than the otherContinue reading “Laddick Arak: Scout of the Elk Tribe”
Much like the colleges of Strixhaven reskinning the enemy dual colors, the families of New Capenna give us a new slant on some of the shard color combos. The color wheel with all of its myriad of combinations can be interpreted in so many ways. One world may see Grixis with undead armies while othersContinue reading “The Powerful Families of New Capenna: Mechanic Speculation”
We all see you struggling Wizards of the Coast. Trying to find the right balance to introduce Psionic abilities as either a new class or subclass has proven problematic to say the least. While most players don’t want a whole new mechanic, Wotc has always tried to tie down psionics with power points of someContinue reading “In a Different Class: Warlock Psionic Patrons”
While running a campaign in Icewind Dale (Rime of the Frostmaiden), I have been taken with the Reghed Barbarians that live in the wilder part of this forsaken land. Living in this unforgiving winter that Auril has cursed this land with, the barbarians suffer on the harshest front. What was once a struggle to surviveContinue reading “Rogues of the Wild”
This bit of janky info comes to you from the twisted mind of BDC. We’ve already gone through a great deal of legendaries that work with the new card, Mirror Box, from the set, Kamigawa, Neon Dynasty. But there is so much to this amazing card. Besides the bonus of having more than one ofContinue reading “Mirror Box: Power Ramp”
With the addition of Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty, I feel there was a much needed influx of great cards and a return to even greater mechanics. I, personally, haven’t been this excited about a set in a while. But, although I’ve took a tour of the many strong deck builds, I’ve found myself enamored with oneContinue reading “Mirror Box: Legendary Gamechanger in Standard”
Being an old D&D buff, I know we get caught up with the fascination of what we already know although we love the old lore. Take dragons, for example. It’s easy to get lost in the infinite war between Tiamet and Bahamut aka the war between the evil chromatic dragons and, their counterparts, the goodContinue reading “Sardior, Dragon God of the Gem Dragons”
Spurring from my leading a Rime of the Frostmaiden campaign through Ten Towns and Icewind Dale, I have been inspired. As my players leave Ten Towns to find a way to stop Auril, they venture into the territory of the nomadic barbarian tribes. It is in preparing for this part that I began to contemplateContinue reading “Mjenir: Wizard of the Elk Tribe”
Welcome to our third in the series ‘When is a barbarian NOT a Barbarian?’. Now, just so you can understand and not get confused, were talking about PCs or NPCs who are born in a barbarian tribe, NOT multiclassing with the Barbarian class. This is more for fleshing out characters or NPCs than helping youContinue reading “Wizards of the Wild”
Wizards has seemed to blow the lid off their mechanics starting with the new Kamigawa set just out. The spoilers had long time fans reeling with the possibilities. Now that the cards are out in both paper AND Arena, players are coming to grips with a great many combos, strategies and synchronicities that have madeContinue reading “Neon Dynasty Card Focus: Eater of Virtue”
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