Backgrounds in D&D 5e are one of those rules elements that I love, and that I feel don’t have the impact that I wish they would. I’m always excited to see new backgrounds, but new backgrounds, when utilizing the standard rules associated with them, don’t really end up doing anything more than what they have in the past. The best
I am a simple creature, and certain combinations of elements trigger my Pavlovian responses, like “D&D Campaign setting” + “pirates.” Given that I actually have two Kickstarters from last year that I backed for which this description applies, I’ll elaborate and say that the one I’m referring to this time is Seas of Vodari. I did a first look based
One of the things that I really like about 5e D&D is that the subclass system has, to this point, been a really strong way for the game to keep core elements of the game (in this case, classes) fresh, while introducing new options. While the subclasses can feel very distinct, unlike the proliferation of classes towards the end of
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