Henchmen for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Editon (Plus a Preview of the New Superhero Class!)

Vader has stormtroopers. Doom has doombots. Darkseid has parademons. Every bad guy needs henchmen. What are henchmen? Henchmen (and women!) are the folks with the matching uniforms that act as speed bumps for a hero to cross to get to the big bad evil guys. They're often cocky (or cowardly), have terrible aim, and are … Continue reading Henchmen for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Editon (Plus a Preview of the New Superhero Class!)

Trash Goblins for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Goblins aren't well-loved in the world. So it's no surprise that many take to garbage heaps to hide and build a new way-of-life for themselves. Over the years, these "trash goblins" (they hate that term, by the way) have developed a culture that revolves around refuse. It's in the waste of other humanoids they find … Continue reading Trash Goblins for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Junk Golems for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

While raggamoffyns are created by magical waste and happenstance, junk golems are the result of alchemy, engineering, and a twisted sense of imagination. These constructs are often found near waste disposal sites or near battlefields where scrap material is easy to come by. No two junk golems look the same, but they do share a … Continue reading Junk Golems for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Shrapnyl Raggamoffyns for Dungeons and Dragons Fifth Edition

Raggamoffyns are mysterious constructs composed of animated scraps and bits of cloth, metal, or other refuse from civilized societies, particularly those where magic is common. Raggamoffyns tend to cluster together, operating as much in secret as possible, taking control of selected hosts to further their agendas. Unlike other constructs, a raggamoffyn is not the result … Continue reading Shrapnyl Raggamoffyns for Dungeons and Dragons Fifth Edition

Guttersnipe Raggamoffyns for Dungeons and Dragons Fifth Edition

Raggamoffyns are mysterious constructs composed of animated scraps and bits of cloth, metal, or other refuse from civilized societies, particularly those where magic is common. Raggamoffyns tend to cluster together, operating as much in secret as possible, taking control of selected hosts to further their agendas. Unlike other constructs, a raggamoffyn is not the result … Continue reading Guttersnipe Raggamoffyns for Dungeons and Dragons Fifth Edition

Common Raggamoffyns for Dungeons and Dragons Fifth Edition

Raggamoffyns are mysterious constructs composed of animated scraps and bits of cloth, metal, or other refuse from civilized societies, particularly those where magic is common. Raggamoffyns tend to cluster together, operating as much in secret as possible, taking control of selected hosts to further their agendas. Unlike other constructs, a raggamoffyn is not the result … Continue reading Common Raggamoffyns for Dungeons and Dragons Fifth Edition

Tatterdemanimal Raggamoffyns for Dungeons and Dragons Fifth Edition

Raggamoffyns are mysterious constructs composed of animated scraps and bits of cloth, metal, or other refuse from civilized societies, particularly those where magic is common. Raggamoffyns tend to cluster together, operating as much in secret as possible, taking control of selected hosts to further their agendas. Unlike other constructs, a raggamoffyn is not the result … Continue reading Tatterdemanimal Raggamoffyns for Dungeons and Dragons Fifth Edition

Ragewinds for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Also called sword spirits, a ragewind is the embodied wrath of dead warriors who perished in useless battles. They are usually found in the most volatile and violent of the Outer Planes, but a few sometimes escape to wander the Material Plane as well. On rare occasions, ragewinds form on the Material Plane at the … Continue reading Ragewinds for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Kalothagh for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

The kalothagh, also known as the prickleback, is an aquatic version of the manticore. Though sluggish and not particularly aggressive, the kalothagh is a known man-eater, which makes it a creature to be avoided. The kalothagh is a plump fish resembling a pin cushion. Its body is covered with four-foot long spines. Its scales are mottled … Continue reading Kalothagh for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Bamboo Blights for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Not all blights come from deciduous or coniferous forests. For example, the desecration of the Gulthias tree can spread to the desert and create cactus blights. There are tales of willow and cattail blights haunting swamps. But perhaps one of the most interesting blights adventurers may ever come across are the bamboo blights in Shou. … Continue reading Bamboo Blights for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition