Tag Archives: d&d 5e

“LETS RULE THEM!”- A TRAP FOR PLAYERS IN BRUTAL GAMES

In the book, we detailed the differences between brutal games and a standard D&D game,[...]

THE BECOMING: PLAYING AS MONARCH MINOTAURS

In the section on Minotaur religion, we discussed the concept of Players as Monarchs in[...]

Didn’t Make The Cut: CHURGRUN

During the 2nd draft editing process, I read Churgrun and immediately wondered: “Are goliaths OGL?”[...]

Didn’t Make The Cut: Firstborn Hobgoblins as Warlock Patrons

In the “Book of Conflict”, when discussing hobgoblin religion, we touched on a topic under[...]

IS MAGIC THE ONLY REASON FANTASY SETTINGS ARE STUCK IN THE MIDDLE AGES?

This was a blog post I wrote in Turkish 9 years ago. I wanted to[...]

DESIGNER’S DIARY 29: DESIGN CHALLENGE OF CONVERTING MONSTER STATS

In D&D, it’s possible to find playable racial stats for many races. Especially the base[...]

DESIGNER’S DIARY 28: QUICK LOOK AT THE ARCANE SPELLCASTER SUBRACES OF BRUTAL RACES

In Brutal Races, there are species that are more involved with arcane magic. In this[...]

DESIGNER’S DIARY 27: BRUTAL WARS IN YOUR SETTINGS

In your games, stories, or settings, it’s quite plausible that different Brutal Races are at[...]

DESIGNER’S DIARY 26: MECHANICS OF CONFLICT – SUPERSTITIOUS MAGIC

When the concept of Superstitious Magic first came to my mind, I thought it was[...]

DESIGNER’S DIARY 25: SOURCES OF THE “POWERFUL OUTSIDERS”

In the previous post about Gnoll Gods, we talked about five powerful outsiders. Let’s recall[...]