5E Homebrew Race: Ærachna (Spider-folk)

Ærachna (Spider-folk ) Ærachna (Spider-Folk) Ærachna are humanoid hybrid spider-folk. They are primarily a society of treetop dwelling clans who live in untamed  jungle forests. They are known throughout the realms for both their weaving craft and divination magic.  Wyrdweavers and Talespinners Ærachna magically tend to be diviners and storytellers. Many practitioners follow the weft... Continue Reading →

Spellhawks’ Grimoire of Peculiar Creatures: Gremlin

Gremlin Gremlin illustration by Allen Childers Gremlins are cruel and mischievous fey. They are a malicious blight on all wonders of innovation. Gremlins revel in the destruction of constructs, vehicles, or any semblance of order. Gremlins excrete corrosive saliva that makes it easier to break things down. Gremlins are often found in places where rats... Continue Reading →

5E Subclass: Hearth Domain Cleric

Hearth Domain Cleric  The hearth domain cleric deals with matters of the home, ancestral traditions, and hospitality. Hearth Domain Clerics can be found in taverns & inns across the multiverse bringing the comforts of home to the open road. The small fire brings warmth to those in need and can often make even the cruelest... Continue Reading →

5E Background: Crossroads Courier

Crossroads Courier Crossroads Couriers are freelance messengers and smugglers of various items throughout the realms. Protection and delivery of items are of the utmost importance. Crossroads Couriers use an interconnected labyrinth of backroads, alleyways, hidden routes and secret passages to travel across the realms. Your reputation is key in maintaining your business. Most couriers are... Continue Reading →

The Storyweaver 5e Wizards Subclass

Arcane Tradition: The Storyweaver  There are some wizards whose ability to spin tales out of imagination brings them to life. A Storyweaver is one who weaves spells into fairy tales, myths, and legends. Your spells are cleverly encrypted betwixt provocative prose.  Storytellers use  a collection of tales as a mnemonic device for remembering spells. They... Continue Reading →

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