We’ve talked a lot about different classes in the wild; giving you something more to work with than simply having a whole tribe of barbarians who are ALL Barbarians. It just doesn’t make sense. It also doesn’t make sense to have two classes in the wild. Barbarians being the warrior class and all of thoseContinue reading “Fey Patrons of the Frozen Wild”
What starts here will probably continue into a series of articles; laying out an investigation I did when studying the varying courts of the Fey. It was not my intention to get stuck down the rabbit hole of this particular Fey Goddess, but, as it is with most of my obsessive research, it was as inevitable as it was impossibly deep. This is the chronicles of a deep dive that I have not returned fully from yet.
“The transformative power of both love and hate each can either bless or curse a soul. Long ago, there was a young woman who had just come into her beauty; so striking a beauty was she that she could naturally enchant any man she wanted. But, as long as she could remember, she was surroundedContinue reading “Hags: Love, Nature and Destiny”
While perusing the various ‘guides’ for building Centaurs that have popped up since Mythic Odysseys of Theros was released earlier this year, one would simply pass on the notion of building one as a monk. For each one of them simply dismisses the idea as frivolous and ‘non-optimal’. Well, the gang at The Magic TavernContinue reading “Way of the Hoof: Building a Centaur Monk”
Hello all and welcome to a special edition of CHARACTER REFERENCE! Now, this entry spawned from two things. The first thing that birthed this small piece of insanity was a question of multiclassing. The group had a long, meandering discussion about the pluses and minus’s of taking on more than one class across the lifeContinue reading “Olzira Roren: Half-Elf Spellcaster on a Journey!”