An adaptation of the Powder Keg’s stake driver to pierce the thick skins of oni while preserving dexterity. One spear can be chambered onto the other and then fired at high speed. Increases both reach and penetrative power without sacrificing mobility, though it cannot be considered a true successor, for it still pales in destructiveness compared to its progenitor.
Ako’s Sugar, Ungo’s Sugar, Gokan’s Sugar, Gachiin’s Sugar, Yashariku’s Sugar. Crunch down on some Sekiro-inspired sugar candies and gain their inhuman benedictions!
Tired of healing potions? Give these tasty foods a try! Part of the Sekiro DnD Project. See comments for Roll20-friendly assets.
Meet Ashina Soldiers and Hirata Bandits in Part 5 of the Sekiro DnD Conversion project!
The following fully illustrated 17 pages covers the first major release (Part 1) of my Sekiro: D&D Conversion Project. It … More
Here is what to expect from the Sekiro: D&D Conversion Project in terms of appearance. Updates will be slow going … More
That’s right, Sekiro is coming to D&D by way of me. Please see the About Page (Link here, or in … More
Backstory The staff’s gaudy and weighty headpiece was carved from a piece of meteorite, bought and commissioned by a wealthy … More
An experimental magical suit rumored to have been crafted by drow in their war against the dwarves in the mountains of Tselinoyarsk. It grants an nigh unparalleled bonus to stealth at the cost of a significant amount of stamina.
Tuning Dagger Dagger (very rare, requires attunement)A magical musical dagger of explosive properties. When inactive, the blade functions as a … More