What Folks Have Said About Our Work!
On The Drowned
"I really enjoyed reading this supplement. So much so, that I have decided to take it and use it when making the main enemy in my new campaign. The flavor is amazing, the mechanics are very good and well thought out, and it came up at just the right time for me. We just started a pirate campaign and I think this is going to be a great addition to my story. Keep up the good work!" - Matthew F.
On The Great Gobbler
"If you've ever thought a turkey was a fitting magic patron, there's not much more I need to say. The Great Gobbler is a fairly balanced and fun to run Patron based on a Fowl Feast fit for destruction, offering plenty of new options for warlocks to be silly and dangerous all in one.
Fear the Great Gobbler!" - Nat M.
On The Feast Domain
"Had the opportunity to play with This Domain for a holiday oneshot and diceded I liked it so much that I would continue to use it. I recommend picking it up and using it for yourself or making it available to your players, it's written in a way that fosters teamwork and greater engagment than the regular "cure wounds" cleric." - Kryo C.
On The Circle of the North Pole
"Very cute class! Very flavorful for the season but can be played outside of the holidays for a more snowy-based Druid. Early abilities are well-balanced, with a focus on being more of a utility character focused on crowd control while also having abilities to stay back themselves...Still a surprisingly well balanced class that looks very fun to play." - Michael T.
On The Light of Yule
"This adventure is an absolute cracker! A frenetic and energy-filled adventure full of excitement, wonder, exploration and arse-kicking! The pace is awesome and quick, perfect for a Holiday one shot when everyone is there to have a fun time and get to do a bit of everything. This may be controversial to some, but it somewhat feels like Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker with its clipping pace, awesome action and just non-stop popcorn-crunching, mine pie-munching epicness and good times. (if ROS wasn’t for you, I’m sorry and please disregard the comparison lol). What I’m trying to say is that it slaps! Seriously awesome fun with a little bit of something for everyone. Exactly what you want in a one shot, especially with the way elements are laid out allowing for controlling the time and hustling even more if necessary.
“Drawing inspiration from Christmas stories, Celtic and Germanic folklore, and the strange amorphous natural landscape of the Feywild, The Light of Yule is a perfect evening adventure for anyone looking to get into the holiday spirit and smite some humbugs.”
"It truly does what it says on the tin! It filled me with festive joy and is one of the best Holiday adventures I’ve had the pleasure of reviewing!
Blooming marvellous!" - Curse of Sebs
On Voice of the Gods
"This is a beautifully designed supplement with a nicely developed theme that unifies the various subclasses presented. Each new subclass offers exciting options and roleplay possibilities. I knew nothing about Enochian glyphs before purchasing this supplement, but this section also offers fun and versatile new options in the form of an entirely new magic system to integrate into your game. An abundance of content that makes this well worth the asking price!" - Christopher C.
On The Garradrugh
"The Garradrugh is a great class for nature-enthusiast DMs and players of the druidic persuasion! The core feature of this class is a symbiotic creature, the beocryd, which fills a garradrugh with pure, natural magic. The primary features appear well-balanced, and I particularly like the 2nd level Planting Strike feature -- dealing an extra 1d4 force damage and attempting to bind the target in roots and vines! At level 3, a garradrugh's beocryd specializes, allowing the player to choose one of SIX unique subclasses (certainly more than what is usually provided by 3rd-party classes). The subclasses also come with the optional lore of only six garradrugh existing on one plane at a time, inspiring a campaign ideas of the other garradrughs, or even their sacred grove, coming under threat of destruction!...For any 5e setting where the nature world (or its absence) plays an important role, I recommend the garradrugh!" - Robert M.
On Barrow Bound
"A really well thought out one shot that addresses some real world issues in a fantasy setting. I very much appreciated the way it is laid out for the DM to help walk players through a lot of intricate backstory without massive "text blocks". Looking forward to running this one for some friends soon!A really well thought out one shot that addresses some real world issues in a fantasy setting. I very much appreciated the way it is laid out for the DM to help walk players through a lot of intricate backstory without massive "text blocks". Looking forward to running this one for some friends soon!" - Grant G.
"I just used these Feyforged races as a DM to modify some NPC pirates for players to try. It was a blast! The players loved discovering all the different elemental abilities and I think they are now on a suicide mission just so they can reroll as some Feyforged. The writing and mechanics are tight, the art is GORGEOUS! Grab this one today, its worth it!" - Drew D.