George F***ing Washington | New Challenge for Fifth Edition

Happy 4th of July! Today is the day that George Washington phased into the Prime Material plane, gunned down 2 million Brits and like 100 Hessians with a chain gun (in just one fucking round), then rode off on a T-Rex. Oh yeah, and he signed the Declaration of Independence LIKE A BOSS. Here are … Continue reading George F***ing Washington | New Challenge for Fifth Edition

Chinese Dragon | New Monster for Fifth Edition

Chinese dragons, also known as East Asian dragons, are legendary creatures in Chinese mythology, Chinese folklore, and East Asian culture at large. Chinese dragons have many animal-like forms such as turtles and fish but are most commonly depicted as snake-like with four legs. They traditionally symbolize potent and auspicious powers, particularly control over water, rainfall, typhoons, and floods. The dragon is also a symbol of power, strength, and good luck for … Continue reading Chinese Dragon | New Monster for Fifth Edition

Avelynn the Mother of All | New NPC for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Here is an interesting request. About a month ago, I was running a mini-game on my Patreon called Gods of Wandrossa. The game took way too much of my time to run properly, so I had to shut it down. But it did create some interesting stories while it was going. One of the Gods … Continue reading Avelynn the Mother of All | New NPC for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Las Calaveras Catrinas for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Coming back from Mexico and experiencing the awesome culture there, I've got all sorts of ideas kicking around for some cool, new Fifth Edition Dungeons & Dragons monsters. Day of the Dead (Día de Muertos) is Thursday, therefore, I thought it was appropriate to make the infamous Las Calaveras Catrinas for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth … Continue reading Las Calaveras Catrinas for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

3 Centaur Variants for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition: Alphas, Shaman, and Sagittarii

Centaurs are a staple of any fantasy setting. These half-humanoid/half-horse monstrosities have been portrayed as good guys, sometimes villains, sometimes something in between. In Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition, centaurs are neutral good tribespeople, reclusive wanderers, and omen-readers. How do centaurs fight in Fifth Edition Dungeons & Dragons? Fortunately, our friend Keith Ammann covered centaur … Continue reading 3 Centaur Variants for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition: Alphas, Shaman, and Sagittarii

Fox Constellation for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Constellations are friendly, helpful celestials that guide lost travelers and assist with quests, especially when called upon by clerics and paladins. A constellation appears as multiple pinpoints of light that form a rough outline of an animal, typically a bear, bull, fox or scorpion. The fox constellation is the most clever of the celestials. It … Continue reading Fox Constellation for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Angel Variants for Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition – Part 2

5e Angel Hound Archon

Welcome back to Dave’s Daily D&D Monsters! Today, I’ll be tackling angels. Here’s what you can expect from this post: My thoughts on angels (again) 4 new angel variants. Plus, one of the angel variants is by Jack! Thoughts on Angels (Continued) I just read over Keith Ammann's review of angels on his 5e tactics … Continue reading Angel Variants for Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition – Part 2

Angel Variants for Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition – Part 1

Welcome back to Dave’s Daily D&D Monsters! Today, I’ll be tackling angels. Here’s what you can expect from this post: My thoughts on angels 1 new angel variation (sorry, got to this late!) I apologize for only offering up one variant this evening. Had to finish up my Mega-Delve planning and also had some personal … Continue reading Angel Variants for Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition – Part 1