Burning Hands 5e Guide

Burning Hands 5e Guide

Many players like to build their character in D&D surrounding a theme, and I can’t blame them; making characters in D&D is fun by itself, but making one with a theme forces you to be innovative. I have met several players with this mindset, and one of the most iconic builds is a pyromancer-based character. …

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Perform Bewitching 5e Guide

Perform Bewitching 5e Guide

Like a hammer on an anvil, the din and clank of sword and shield rang out across the dusty field. Except, it was a hundred anvils. Men cried and men died. Men and other things. Humanoids. Hobgoblins. Surrounded by eight hobgoblins, an armored dwarf peered from beneath odd-looking headgear, a helmet fashioned in the shape …

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Heroism 5e Guide

Heroism 5e Guide

Because Dungeons and Dragons is a fantasy tabletop RPG, it can be a story about the white knights on fiery steeds. The Cleric can be the answer to the question of one of my favorite songs; “where have all the good men gone, and where are all the gods?” Indeed, every player has the potential …

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Mind Sliver 5e Guide

Mind Sliver 5e Guide

Players and creatures alike in D&D 5e tend to make some saving throws here and there when in dangerous situations. Booby traps force you to succeed in Dexterity or Strength saving throws, ingesting poison forces you to succeed in Constitution saving throws, and more. Every spell forces its targets to make saving throws like Acid …

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Inspiring Leader 5e Guide

Inspiring Leader 5e Guide

The quiet of a Faerun night was suddenly destroyed by the sounds of battle. Horns were sounded, drums were beaten, and cries filled the moonlit sky. When the orcs saw their foes, however, they laughed. Kobolds? Kobolds dare to attack orcs in their own lair? How foolish! Any orc is as good as three kobolds! …

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Scrying 5e Guide

Scrying 5e Guide

The dwarven wizard and the tiefling bard stared deeply into the dark pool. The silver basin glimmered in the candlelight. After muttering some incantations, the dwarf added some items to be gently dropped into the basin: a silk scarf, a cotton handkerchief, and a parchment with a drawing scribbled on it. Eventually, an image manifested …

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