Notes from Bando: A little while ago, my lovely girlfriend asked me to try and make a race of people with televisions for heads. When I was finished, I actually fell in love with the race, though I believe that it's possibly one of the weirdest races I've ever created. Without further ado, enjoy your ironically … Continue reading Tegimen
Notes from Bando: I've always loved the flavor ideas Loremaster wizard gave me. Changing up spells to have different saving throws and damage types is just so... radical, to me. So, I've tried to make a more balanced subclass for wizard, with those ideas. School of the Elements The four elemental planes, the Plane of Air, … Continue reading School of the Elements
Notes from Bando: Hey, any Bravely Default fans out there? It's one of my favorite RPGs of all time-though it does have its flaws-and I decided a while back to re-create one of my favorite jobs from that game as an archetype! Without further ado, allow Ciggma Khint into your D&D games! Spell Fencer The archetypal … Continue reading Spell Fencer
As you may have noticed, I didn't put anything out on Saturday (which of writing this was only about 2 hours ago). ... That day was pretty busy. To compensate for this, I'm going to try to release something today (sunday) as well as tomorrow (monday), and then head back to the normal schedule! Toodles!
Notes from Bando: It may not be winter yet, but it sure as hell has started snowing in my town! To 'celebrate' this, here's a n-ice sorcerous origin for you lovely folk! Frostbitten The origin of your magic comes from some horrible experience with the cold, usually resulting in you almost freezing to death, but you managed … Continue reading Frostbitten
Notes from Bando: For some reason, something possessed me today to try and make a divine class without spellcasting. So, to exorcise the thoughts, I swiftly began work on this class, though I admit sometimes I didn't have a ghost of an idea of what I was doing. ... I apologize for the terrible puns. Anyways, unlike … Continue reading Exorcist
Notes from Bando: I'm pretty sure many of you have heard of the Dirgesinger, and I'm a big necromancy fanboy. Originally, this was called College of Dirge on the rougher drafts, but I figure Dirgesinger works better. Feel free to call it College of Dirge if you want, though. Oh, and, for those of you who might … Continue reading Dirge Singer