In the same way that Dr. Who’s Daleks are an unstoppable race of space-murderers that can be thwarted by a flight of stairs, Arcane Eye would be a game-breaking spell if it wasn’t so bad at dealing with doors.
Month: October 2016
Ten low-level spells that are always worth preparing
When you begin to approach the end of a campaign it can be hard to know what to do with all those level one spellslots you’re dragging around. After all, even the ever-reliable Fireball loses some of its appeal when you have the ability to drop a dozen flaming meteors from the sky. However, there…
Spell of the Week – Antipathy/Sympathy
It may not have the flashiest consequences out there, but enchantment magic can be incredibly fun and highly effective. However, it can also be an utter nightmare for DM’s to adjudicate, and there are few spells that make this more apparent than Antipathy/Sympathy.
The Vengeance – The World’s Greatest Heroes for D&D 5E
“In a world filled with heroes, some still manage to stand above their peers. The band known as The Vengeance are among the most respected men and women to have ever taken up arms in defence of righteousness and the very survival of all civilised peoples.”
New Basic Rules Adventures
Following on from the success of A Most Potent Brew, we have published two more pay-what-you-want adventures that can be run using only the basic 5E rules published on the WoTC website.
Fly away home – Dealing with winged PCs
There’s no getting around that fact that flying is awesome. Humans have been dreaming of flight for millennia and we’re more than happy to expend huge amounts of time and money to get up in the air. This means that when we find ourselves messing round in the fantasy world of RPGs, it should come…