Day 13: sir that's my emotional support rock.
and i love him
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My first homebrew race!
I didn't find anything that satisfied me for a plant-like race, so I made it. The woodling's description and stats, and all their subraces can be found on my instagram for free: https://www.instagram.com/thefantasticemporium/
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Hey all! The Kofi goal for my holidays tables is complete, and here they are. What do you guys think the next goal should be? Put a suggestion in my inbox if you have any ideas. Shoutout to @sagenfrom7-11 for fulfilling this goal!
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You know, I was really hoping that the plague would be over by now. But no, we’ve got all sorts of new variants popping up.
Anyway. The Oath of Containment! Dedicated to battlefield control, these paladins are capable of putting enemies right where they want them. Naturally, this often means “precisely within the radius of a Fireball.”
Comes with a slight bit of mind control, in case you need to tell someone to WEAR A MASK.
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Ring of Delayed Fog
A cursed silver ring that when worn causes a cloud of fog to appear around the wearer an hour later. The wearer has disadvantage on checks made to connect the two as related to each other.
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Some of my latest homebrew creations for D&D.
You can find their stats and description for free on my instagram, the Fantastic Emporium.
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Why do I do this to myself and my players
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I would like to add:
Grey = rogue
Purple = bard
Black = necromancer
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I am 98% sure this has already been done. But why not. Edit: this has been updated and fixed as a seperate post.
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Ask and ye shall receive
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so I sent the first photo to my dm and asked for the spell for my tiefling sorcerer and he responded with some A+ homebrew
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Homebrew for all the half-human combinations possible with the races found in the player’s handbook! I had a lot of fun making these, though they took a while. Have fun playing!
This was made for D&D 5e and feedback is much appreciated!
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the dm to the players, every time they start a new campaign:
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Stealth checks are one of the worst checks to fail honestly. Fail a history check you just don't have the info you need. Fail a stealth check you are almost always immediately put into a dangerous situation
I say we make all checks life or death.
Fail a nature check? You are pinned underneath a tree.
Fail a history check? You are immediately killed by a famous historical figure.
Fail an acrobatics check? You sprain all of your joints.
Fail a performance check? A crowd boos you and deal 1d4 psychic damage per person in the crowd.
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Path of the Himbo
This barbarian subclass is exactly what you think it is. For the beautiful but dull characters we sometimes oft to pay.
Path of the Himbo
The path of the himbo is unbeknownst to many, but they are somewhere. Maybe. Where?
Dumb but Charming
When you reach 3rd level, you have disadvantage on all Intelligence checks and saving throws. Conversely, you have advantage on all Charisma checks and saving throws.
Hard to Marr
When you pick this path at 3rd level, your sheer idiocy can help turn the sympathetic to your side. As an action, you can plead with a creature that can see and hear you within 30 feet. They must succeed on a Wisdom saving throw or be charmed by you for a duration of 1 minute. A creature charmed by this feature considers you a close but dumb friend, and will assist you in matters befitting.
By the time you reach 6th level, you've learned to flex with such force that your clothes (and other items of your choice) are propelled off your body with explosive might. As an action on your turn, you force all creatures within 30 feet of you to make a Dexterity saving throw. Upon a failure, a creature takes 5d6 force damage and is knocked back a number of feet equal to half your Strength score. Creatures that succed on the saving throw take half and are not knocked back.
Once you use this feature, you cannot use it again until you finish a long rest when you have reclothed yourself.
Please Don't Hurt Me
Your charming personality has made it difficult for enemies to attack when you are hurt. When you are below half your hit point maximum, creatures that attack you must suceed on a Wisdom saving throw or suffer disadvantage on the attack roll. A creature that succeeds on this saving throw is immune to this effect 24 hours.
When you reach 14th level, the extent of your himbo has led you to become completely immune to any effects regarding your intelligence. Regardless of your Intelligence score, your Intelligence is considered to be 3 or lower for any spells targeted at you. You gain immunity to psychic damage and are immune to charmed and frightened condition.
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Warlocks, paladins, and wizards all have a Monster That Is A Twisted Parody Of This One Class. Warlocks have deathlocks, paladins have death knights, wizards have liches, nothics, boneclaws, demiliches, and probably a couple more I’m forgetting because wizards just can’t get enough of that Forbidden Knowledge
These are really fun for RP - face a warlock against a deathlock and have them confront the terrifying relationship between a warlock and their patron, have a paladin struggling with their faith fight a death knight, have a wizard struggle with not relating to a nothic because wizards just can’t get enough of that Forbidden Knowledge - so fuck it. Why not have a Monster That Is A Twisted Parody Of This One Class with every class?
A monster that was Once A Druid that’s now apathetic and lazy, and doesn’t care about the balance of nature. Let the oceans boil, let the forests fall to rot, let the weak and frail die. All things die - all but me, says the Rotkeeper.
A monster that was Once A Barbarian who let the rage totally consume them, body and soul. They know nothing but rage and hunger, and let the poison of hate flow through their veins to the point that the blood of the Grendel is a deadly, fiery toxin
A monster that was Once A Rogue who stole the wrong artifact, or assassinated the wrong priest, or hid in the wrong shadows. So wrong that their greed, their cowardice, their ambition poisoned their soul and turned them into the Dragonsick, who rots metal, who turns invisible, who infects others with unattainable Want
And so on
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