The world's most famous fantasy role-playing game has a huge monster book, but many creatures we loved in prior editions were overlooked. The 5e Fiendopedia brings some of these back and updates them for the 5th edition rules.
This PDF includes 6 creatures: Crypt Thing; Draugr; Huecuva; Phantom Armor; Shadow, Greater; Skeleton Warrior.
Each creature gets a full-color illustration, 5th edition... [click here for more]
54 creatures on 54 cards! Plus a cover/checklist card and license info cards. The front of each has amazing art, while the back has system neutral information about the creature. (Strengths, weaknesses, allies, tactics, etc.)
These cards are perfect for knowledge checks–if the player rolls well, give them the entire card or just read a few facts if they have an average result.... [click here for more]
A Tale of Heartless Horror
As the PCs make their way through rugged territory claimed by warlike barbarian clans, they discover a frontier garrison surrounded by a corpse-strewn battlefield. Upon further investigation, the PCs find that the entire garrison has been slaughtered to a man and the fort has been turned into a charnel house. Furthermore, the bodies of the barbarian... [click here for more]
Fairies Both Friendly and Fearsome!Mythic Monsters: Fey brings you an awesome array of mysterious and magical creatures from the realms of Faerie. These capricious creatures range from CR 1 to CR 20 and include monsters malevolent and benign. Some fey are helpful spirits, from the industrious brownie to the far-striding fastachee cultivating their corn,... [click here for more]
A Modern Day Psychopunk Roleplaying Game
“TEENAGERS SCARE THE LIVING SH*T OUT OF ME”
In Psionics, you play as Espers, troubled youths whose enormous psychic powers are about to violently awaken. As you grow into your power, you will wield mind-blowing psi talents like telekinesis, pyrokinesis, telepathy, and mind... [click here for more]
The Pleasantville Project
Part One of the Eternal Storm Campaign - a Psionics Adventure
In the far distance, you can make out the roiling black clouds on the horizon, and the streaks in the sky that signify falling rain. You have to squint to make it out, but the winds are blowing fast. It will be upon you faster than you think. A dark and perilous future is dawning upon the world.... [click here for more]