distracting blade

The amazing polish on the surface of this knife will reflect any available light into the eyes of the attacker, blinding them momentarily. This is another one I’ve posted on GM Binder. This is also my 4th post this weekend. I don’t normally like to post so frequently and usually schedule posts to space them…

annoying beetle

This clockwork beetle starts curled up into a little ball the size of a walnut. It can be thrown as a ranged attack and when it hits a target, will spring to life, flying into the face of it’s target while making a loud buzzing noise, distracting the target. The printable version of this is…

deck of wonders

I’ve been playing around with an idea for a kind of mini card game within D&D. I want to use normal playing cards with poker hands to generate magical effects; the better the hand, the better the effect. I played around with various ways of generating a score from a poker hand that could be…

wizards tower

This old watchtower is leftover from the Golden Empire. It was once a watchtower on the border, but in the many years since the collapse of the empire, it was abandoned to the wilderness. In spite of its age, this structure is in remarkably good shape and still habitable and is currently the abode of…

spear of kree

The dreaded Spear of Kree! In the forest lies the ruins of an Orc temple once sacred to Gruumsh.The three teachings of Gruumsh are: Gather and breed, and your numbers shall flourish. Rise up in hordes and seize that which is rightfully yours. Raid. Kill. Conquer. The sect of Gruumsh followers at the temple called…

faithful chest

This one is inspired by The Luggage from Diskworld and is part Mimic and part Bag of Holding. It’s a small chest, 12 inches long by 7 inches wide and 5 inches high (not including the lid). When open, the inside is an extra dimensional space which can hold a lot more than the exterior…

a list of 5e domains

I was goofing around with adapting some D&D deities from various sources (Forgotten Realms, Greek Mythology, some homebrew stuff, and various others) for the game I’m running and got to wondering what godly domains I could be using for them. This led me down the rabbit hole of trying to find a comprehensive list of…

finished reading players handbook

So I finished reading the Players Handbook and I’m quite excited about the idea of running a 5th edition game. I nearly wept tears of joy when I saw that Wizards no longer had 1d4 for their hit points. The one thing I’m missing now is a game to play in. I’m running a game…

better late than never

I finally got around to buying a copy of the 5th edition of Dungeons and Dragons after playing D&D 3.5 on and off for years. (I’m pretty sure it’s okay to use this picture. It’s off the official D&D media page) I started reading the Players Handbook this morning and there’s plenty of things different…