Monday, July 27, 2015


So, a few of you know who I am and what I do vis a vis homebrew, and that's great! You don't have to read this, you can skip right to looking at the other stuff.

Really, you can skip this and look at my straight at my homebrew anyway, I'm fairly sure I physically can't stop you.

So for those persistent or inquisitive few still reading this: First, congrats on being a cut above those other schmucks. Second, I guess I really should quit the foreplay and just discuss what I'm doing here.

This blog is dedicated to my homebrew for Dungeons and Dragons 5th edition, which as of my writing this is the latest version of Dungeons and Dragons. "Homebrew" is content unaffiliated with Wizards of the Coast or Hasbro, and is considered unofficial and is entirely up to the DM (Dungeon Master) whether or not to allow it in any given game.

DMs usually disallow homebrew based on two main issues: Whether or not it is balanced, and whether or not it is thematic. I can't really speak to my material being thematic for every single game, but I can attempt (with your help, of course) to balance my content such that any DM or player would be comfortable picking up and running it. I do try and keep my material themed such that it would be allowable in most cases, but that's pretty hit-and-miss and there's not much I can do about that.

If you see a balance concern or just like the stuff, leave a comment and I'll address it and release a patch, either in the same blog post or in a new one, if the change is major enough.

All of my content is free and not intended for sale, and I credit the artists I use work from at the end of each document. However, I intend to take PayPal donations for the hours I spend working on and balancing these things (as soon as I can figure out how to make the button, anyway), so if you want to pitch a few bucks at me so that my homebrew can transitively buy me a sandwich, that'd be pretty cool.

Lastly, thanks for coming here and reading my spiel. I couldn't make the quality of work I try for without you and people like you, so just being here and checking my things out really does help.

Hope you enjoy what you see here, and don't be afraid to comment!

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