Created at the height of power of sorcery and mysticism, Rotaks were created by spellcasters who had unearthed the secrets of draconian creation. Taking the eggs of Chaos’ fire dragons, the casters were finally able to master the proceedure in 29 SC. Read More
Rhys’s brother from the Dark Disciple trilogy. Warning: Reading about this character might spoil some surprises that you would find in Amber & Ashes.
Once, a cleric of Kiri-Jolith…now, a Beloved of Chemosh, promising young women beauty and life unending in service of his new lord. Read More
Re-create the feel of the Holy Orders’ Prestige Classes from the Holy Orders of the Stars sourcebook following these guidelines for your D&D 5e characters! Every Prestige Class from that book is presented here, with suggestions on how to make your characters in the new system feel like your D&D 3.5 divine character! With suggested skills, backgrounds, class features and more, these suggestions will give life to your cleric, paladin, etc. that might have been missing. Read More
Nothing can get past the wearer of this tiara and veil, whether a magically hidden person, or false words spoken to it’s wearer. Read More
This flute, seemingly made of ancient bone, can perform almost any magical effect that has to do with sound. Read More
A master musician is able to summon a Satyr, to either protect of motivate the minstrel and his companions. Read More
The ability to summon a Tylor to you can be very helpful, if you can survive the beast’s attack to master it! Read More
The elves were less than friendly to humans during the Kinslayer Wars. This is two of the types of weapons used against them, along with a unique version of one. Read More
A ring of great use to an Illusionist. Read More
Recovered after the Staff of Magius was destroyed, the crystal Orb carries with it much power of its own.
Obviously, the story here isn’t canon, and you can use the orb as-is, or name it something different for your own game. Read More