El Ocho Campaign Setting for Fifth Edition

Kicking things off with the Patreon page, I'll be creating a cool, new 5e setting called El Ocho. This original setting will take place in a fantasy version of Mesoamerica (modern-day Latin America and South America) that will combine elements of typical old-school fantasy, pulp Luchador stories from the early 20th century, classic horror, and … Continue reading El Ocho Campaign Setting for Fifth Edition

Las Sucias for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

From Honduran legends: la sucia tells the popular story of a beautiful young woman denied marriage at the altar because she was unbaptized. She then wandered out of mind, never removing her increasingly filthy wedding dress until she died of heartbreak after her suitor married another. The story follows that she appears in beautiful form … Continue reading Las Sucias for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Sisimites for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

According to the legend, sisimite is a horrible monster that is described as a Sasquatch or Yeti lookalike. Sisimites are large, apelike creatures with long hair and strong arms. They live deep within the forests of the northernmost parts of the Amassona and in the foothills of the Antisuya. Rumor has it that sisimites only leave their … Continue reading Sisimites for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Plagas de Cactus (Cactus Blights) for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

The curse of the Gulthias tree does not limit itself only to forests; the Desert de Los Muertos has its own evil, animated cacti, too. Named las plagas de cactus by the indigenous tribes who live just south of the Rio Norte, these blights are just as cruel as their deciduous cousins. Cactus blights haunt … Continue reading Plagas de Cactus (Cactus Blights) for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Yamas (Llamafolk) for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

High up in the mountains in the deep Surlands of Biru live a race of gentle, rural folk known by the Mexjicanos as yamas, or llamafolk. These llama humanoids live alongside the Biruvians and are semi-nomadic, traveling from the edges of the eastern rainforests of the Amassona all the way to the Antisuyo crests bordering … Continue reading Yamas (Llamafolk) for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Pistoleros (Gunslingers) for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

The pistolero is a warrior of the gun. Some wield iron for good. Others for evil. Either way, these gunfighters are the best at what they do, capable of hitting small targets from hundreds of feet away. Pistolero (Gunslinger) Medium humanoid (any race), any alignment Armor Class 15 (hide armor) Hit Points 65 (10d8 + 20) … Continue reading Pistoleros (Gunslingers) for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Zules for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

The tall, pale people known as the zules (a shortened form of "aquellos con ojos azules", or "blue-eyed ones") first appeared north of Mexjico fifty years ago. Originally, the Mexjicano people accepted the zules and trusted them. However, in the decades since, the zules have proven to be deceptive and cruel neighbors. In the late … Continue reading Zules for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Naguals for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

In Mesoamerican folk religion, a nagual or nahual (both pronounced [na'wal]) is a human being who has the power to transform either spiritually or physically into an animal form: most commonly jaguar, puma, and wolf, but also other animals such as donkeys, birds, dogs or coyotes. Naguals in Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition In Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition, naguals are malevolent shapechanging fiends that possess lost souls. … Continue reading Naguals for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Tecuani for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Tecuani, whose name literally means "people-eater", are jaguar humanoids that live in the forests and jungles in the southern parts of the Mexica empire. The tecuani are a superstitious, yet proud race. They welcome outsiders but are known to be particularly hot-tempered and quick to feud. The tecuani people prize strength above all other attributes and … Continue reading Tecuani for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Luchador Playable Class for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

You are a luchador, the physical embodiment of strength, agility, and endurance in your community. The people of your village, city, or region look up to you to protect them from outside dangers. Your mask not only hides your identity but gives you a focus for the mystical or divine energies that fuel your powers. … Continue reading Luchador Playable Class for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition