My 5th Guide on Worldbuilding and Homebrew Rules? Another opportunity to make your campaign feel unique.
>>> I present a fast and simple system of converting 5e economics into a system that makes sense. A great tool to add a little realism and to get rid of the need for everyone walking around with a Bag of Holding. <<<
Let's face it, 5e is great but the economy... [click here for more]
Scratchbuilding and Kitbashing: Furniture
Many RPG enthusiasts use miniatures to represent their characters and adversaries. Some also use dungeon walls, trees, hills and buildings. A few go so far as to use miniature furniture on the gaming table, to bring their castles, taverns and houses to life.
This tutorial will help you build miniature tables, benches, chairs, doors, beds,... [click here for more]
Includes 144 generic 1" tokens for use with a battle map for tabletop RPGs.
Uses 24 unique icons and colors to provide context for battles while giving each icon a unique color to allow for quick differentiation during battle.
Each icon contains 6 numbered tokens for all your squad based combat needs.
How to Use
The tokens are meant to be printed on Letter size paper. I recommend using card... [click here for more]
Monsters of Winter is a selection of folktale monsters to add to your campaigns for some holiday flavor. This totally free pdf is our gift to you and we hope it brings some Yuletide cheer to your games. Merry Christmas from us at DragonCat Games. ... [click here for more]
52 IN 52 PREORDER and BONUS MEGABUNDLE
The 52 in 52 program gives you a new gaming product a week, every week, throughout 2020. Each product is written or developed by RPG veteran Owen K.C. Stephens (Star Wars Saga Edition, Starfinder, Dungeon & Dragons, Fantasy AGE, Wheel of Time RPG, EverQuest RPG, and many more!).
Every one of the 52 products is presented in four versions to cover four popular... [click here for more]
Surprise even the most veteran players with these fully-realized new monsters. Each has unique powers and exclusive illustrations. Built in strict adherence to the D&D 3.5e and Pathfinder rules set.
Each monster entry has its own art and is structured just as it would be in the Monster Manual.
Any of these critters will leave your players with something new to talk about for years to come.... [click here for more]