Courtesy of the DoMTmas Secret Santa Event, Leuku presents The Tinsel Treant, a yuletide boss monster ready to deck the halls with your PCs.
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.
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Today’s post concerns the second subclass of the Sekiro DnD project, a Rogue archetype inspired by Lady Butterfly. I know last time I said that Part 8 would concern more Combat Arts, but…
Leuku’s Combat Arts Combat Art: Master-At-Arms The complete warrior is one with their weaponry. Draw your blade like you would … More
Backstory The staff’s gaudy and weighty headpiece was carved from a piece of meteorite, bought and commissioned by a wealthy … More
Generate a Random Class Mechanic using my “Discussion on Innovative Homebrew Class Design”-inspired tables!
Inspired by Brandon Sanderson’s Mistborn Trilogy, the Mistborn class is an unparalleled diplomat-warrior for 5e DnD. It is highly experimental, in that it has no subclasses. Instead, it has abilities that you prepare each day, not unlike preparing spells. It may be the first 5e homebrew class to have a Skill Tree (see bottom of document).
The Shimazu were a clan of provincial violent belligerents who fought with hotheaded reckless abandon, or so it appeared. Beneath that battlecraze that surpassed even my own, their integrity as united warriors blazed bright to those capable of withstanding their singleminded charge.
“Think of nothing else except putting everything into the first strike. If the first strike doesn’t connect, or the enemy evades, then die gracefully. Be the first ones to walk the path of death. To do so is quite an honor.”