Check out our guide to D&D 5E combat rounds that will give you what you need to navigate your party’s next fight without having to resort to page-flipping
This complete D&D rogue guide will walk you through the basic class statistics, the Archetypes, and how your rogue levels up.
let’s take a look at one such spell in D&D 5E, Crown of Madness, that’s available to most casters and has rich potential for creative use.
Flameskull 5e is a fascinating and challenging enemy. Most players won't see all the planning that goes into preparing a Flameskull encounter, but they will find out exactly how dangerous and difficult it can be.
Whether you've played rogues many times before or you're just starting, you can learn all kinds of things about the D&D 5e Sneak Attack rules from this guide.
When you first think of D&D 5e druids, the chances are that you've also thought about their most iconic ability: 5e Wild Shape.
let’s take a look at this idea of spellcaster’s little sidekicks. What they can and can’t be, and can and can’t do. Here is your DnD 5e familiar guide.
The efreet (singular: efreeti) are massive creatures, said to be made of bronze, basalt, and solidified flames!
Fey creatures are defined as magical with a strong connection to nature, as well as to the magical parallel world known as the Feywild
While druids are the least played D&D class (according to D&D Beyond's statistics), they are powerful and can be very rewarding to play.
Grasping Vines: You conjure a vine that sprouts from the ground in an unoccupied space of your choice that you can see within range.
In honor of these oft-neglected monsters, it’s fitting to take a look at the ultimate minotaur – the demon prince Baphomet.
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While 5e pixies have potential as adversaries, what about as characters? Let's explore the Pixie as foe and as a playable race!
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Casting Shillelagh can prove to be extremely useful in multiple situations, particularly at lower levels. This is especially true when...
We now know that Antolio has tricked the entire Court of Crowns. He has put our kingdom at risk, and if SHE returns we will most certainly return to an era of darkness. We can NOT let the Dungeon Rats find him, we can NOT let them win!
The fourth wall has been broken! Questions from the other side of the portal are answered, and our players try to remember details of things that happened a long time ago.
The spikes are closing in, something is stabbing the Rats and hope is no where in sight!
We don’t know why Antolio has left the light, but we do know that the RATS are to blame!
Lewis Melton Jr. sentenced his friends to the endless dungeon, and now they must face The Dungeon Rats in a world they barely understand.
When the bough breaks, the cradle will fall…and down will come The Dungeon Rats, Dare-Ill, Belagard, and all!
The Rats are the perfect parents for this little one, and we can’t wait to see what happens if it grows up.
The Rats prove their evil ways by trespassing all over a house that clearly doesn’t belong to them. Plus, they find out what it feels like to be young again.
Rhoda is trying to get away from the rest of the rats, yet the bonds of friendship won’t let her escape.
Trune returns to provide a brief history of Naporia, and essential facts about the Amulet of Corwin.
Finally, we have control of the portal again. Our apologies for allowing that WITCH to take it over. She put doubt in your minds about the integrity of the Court of Crowns. Today, we prove to you that the Rats are criminals, and deserve endless punishment.
I grow tired and cannot maintain communication for too much longer. The court wants the portal back, but I will not leave before you know WHY Dragaleb was punished to the Endless Dungeon.
I, the Overseer, have taken over the podcast to give you brave guardians something that the Court of Crowns prayed would never be made public. This is the backstory of Belagard, or as I know him – Dragaleb.
The battle with Dwayne “The Rock Golem” Johnson continues, and Cannos reveals a dark secret from Belagard’s past.
Pimwan is dead, but perhaps Sori has survived? Also, the Dungeon Rats meet the first prisoner and his eyebrow raising guard.
The Dungeon Rats wake up, but they don’t like what they see…because it’s a Lich. Nobody likes seeing a Lich.
The Dungeon Rats have found Sori, who tells a secret that Pimwan hoped would never be revealed.
The Dungeon Rats begin their search for Yari’s daughter, only to find a stinky cheese golem and a group of gnolls that seek a new pledge.
The Rats finally find a blink corgi, and something much more sinister. Hopefully, the mystery of the halfling scout will be their last.