As the debut of my official bi-weekly Friday posting schedule, I bring you the newest update to Vua. Though it was tempting to name the post after things that happen in this section of the story, it seemed possible that people would prefer to just read the story than a recap in a blog post. So, you can do that here, or on the page for Vua under the stories tab. Better yet, this week I went through and fixed some of the errors in the earlier sections so they will be slightly less maddening to read.
Introducing two new Primal Paths for barbarians: Path of Abomination and Path of Splendor. Both subclasses explore the barbarian's rage as a physical transformation. The Path of Abomination explores a Jeckyl and Hyde type transformation, turning you barbarian into a hideous monster who could lose control at any moment. The Path of Splendor explore the barbarian rage as a magical girl style transformation and gives the barbarian access to spells they can cast while in rage. The PDF is available for download on the DnD 5e page. Minor updates were also made the ranger subclasses. Feel free to send us your feedback, or even suggestions for what sort of content you'd like to see next.
Ordinarily, we like to build suspense for our regular posting date, but this time we thought, eh, why not? So... surprise! New content! Due to many of our references to the wildlife in Xon Droste on some of our other pages, we've decided to add some bonus work this week about some of the creatures in the regions already available. You can find the link to our creatures page here, under the Xon Droste tab, or on the Xon Droste page itself. Pick your poison. Go crazy. See you Friday for scheduled content!
-Mack and Scotti
Hey all! Just letting you know about a small change in our scheduling. Our weekly content release day is moving from Thursday to Friday. So if you want to see new stuff, check back each Friday! This Friday expect more DnD homebrew content. Also, we have some new Xon Droste content in the works that will release as we polish it up outside the regular release schedule.
I've taken on the ambitious goal of drawing the entire monster manual. And you, dear reader, benefit from the spoils of this venture. The first set is finished, containing angels, animated objects, and more! They are sized to fit perfectly into Roll20 spaces according to the monsters size. Best of all, they're 100% free! Download them now from the DnD5e page.
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