Why Play Kenku?

The Following is brought to you by BDC Looking over races to play, there is one race that gets a pass way too many times. Either that or they are completely misunderstood and destined to become annoying or a joke character. Now, cheers to you who actually make this race work and make amazing charactersContinue reading “Why Play Kenku?”

Character Reference: Chug, the Drunken, Inquisitive Master

What started as a well-meant life as a monk, did not go as planned…I mean, the liquor was always good. And I became quite adept with my fists. But the best part was the illusion that I, my two compatriots and the master were just a pack of Kenku drunks.

Forgotten gods of the skies

There’s a lot of great types of creatures to be played in D&D. Some of the most of imaginative have wings. Kenku (Volo’s Guide to Monsters) and Arakocra (Elemental Evil Player’s Companion) were opened up early in 5E as playable races. But, as with many things in 5E, Wizards leaves a great deal of detailsContinue reading “Forgotten gods of the skies”