The Shadowfell gives rise to strange incarnations of the plane's bleak nature. The sorrowsworn embody the forms of suffering that are inherent to the shadowy landscape, and they visit horror on those who stumble into their midst. Emotion Given Form. Each sorrowsworn personifies a different aspect of despair or distress. Some are manifestations of anger; … Continue reading More Sorrowsworn | New Monsters for Fifth Edition
Here comes a request from one of my Patrons for a bump on a classic Fifth Edition monster: Hi Dave! Monster request: higher CR darkling elder, maybe give it an attack where it can use some of the light it has absorbed during its lifetime. That sounds pretty neat. Right now there are two types … Continue reading Darkling Elder Light Soul | New Monster for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition
This monster comes in as a request from one of my Patrons. Here's what he requested: Just joined as a Copper Patron, and would like to make my request. I need a race to replace orcs (whom I am trying to avoid) in the socio"ecology" of my world. Preferably, derived from or tied to the … Continue reading Gargs | New Monster for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition
Hideous creatures draped in the pleasing skin of a familiar companion, bog hags are vile shapechangers that prey on humans. Bog hags thrive in the fetid swamps and waterways of the Realms. Though they originate in the Shadowfell, they are at their deadliest on the Prime Material, where no one suspects their presence. A bog … Continue reading Bog Hags for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition
Bakemonos are the "goblins" of the Shadowfell. They are small, powerfully muscled humanoids with the intelligence and the temperament of vicious attack dogs. The bulk of the race is most like hounds whose leashes are held by Shadowfell ogres. A few (those gifted with extraordinary intelligence) become skilled warriors and can use armor and weapons … Continue reading Bakemono for Fifth Edition Dungeons & Dragons
The Iron Obelisk weeps in near silence – the pools of ichor growing around it, fed by its melancholy nature. The ichors seep down and flow where underground waters should, tainting the darkness with the ennui and melancholy of the pillar of iron. This is a 5e Dungeons and Dragons adventure for 3-5 characters of 7th level.