Photo by Kiril Georgiev on Pexels.com You can find this on DNDBeyond here. A clever artificer has added a mechanism to a dagger that allows for a vial of poison to be stored in the hilt and delivered through the blade when the mechanism is activated, helping ensure that the poison works is always used … Continue reading Poison Hilt Dagger – 5e Homebrew
You can always find the most up to date version of this item on DNDBeyond here. So let's get the obvious out of the way first, this item is extraordinarily broken. It will be inappropriate for many campaigns. It is likely only appropriate in high-magic, heroic, and upper-level campaigns. I recommend thinking very deeply before … Continue reading Bow of Hunting
This is a recent homebrew magical item that I gave out in my campaign. It's designed for Dungeons and Dragons 5e, and was inspired by the description of the Blessed of Corellon from Mordenkainen's Tome of Foes as: "The rarest of these blessed elves can change their sex whenever they finish a long rest." I … Continue reading Armor of Corellon
The war magic guard is a homebrew Dungeons and Dragons enemy.
This is a homebrew spell that I created for my Dungeons and Dragons group. It is meant to integrate well with the lore surround spectators and their role as summoned protectors of spaces. Name: Conjure Spectator Level: 4 Casting Time: 1 Action Range/Area: 90 feet Components: Verbal, somatic, four beholder eyestalks, drop of casters blood … Continue reading Conjure Spectator
I have recently started to spend some time trying to homebrew new items, spells, and other things for players at my Dungeons and Dragons tables. It's fun to give them an item that you know they could not have seen before. Often I am inspired by existing weapons and that was the case for this … Continue reading The Dagger of Vitality Stealing