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Is your adventurer ready to be their best selves? Then they damn well better look their best and today EN5ider is there for you—with a sweet suite of 11 feathered magic items the table won't soon forget!
Whether or not you’ve read the classic today’s Mythological Figure is from you know who he is because of the massive creature of the sea he endlessly hunts after. I’m talking up that peg-legged mad-eyed obsessed sailor extraordinaire known as Captain Ahab!
No expense was spared with today's issue of EN5ider and it's got it all! Sect of warrior-scholars—check. Warlocks devoted to a book—doublecheck. Badass teacher NPC—triplecheck! A book you can use to beat people to death—do you even need to ask?
The ZEITGEIST Adventure Path continues on EN5ider this week as the 11th adventure begins, sending the PCs all over the world to deal with ancient mythical warlords, an invasive psychic peoples trying to colonize, and a country putting the gods themselves on trial!
Epic Monsters has taken on aircraft-cursing gremlins, Cthulhu and his whole gang, the Mothman, Baba Yaga, Dracula, the World Turtle—but none are the type of challenge posed by today’s subject. Meet the ridiculous onocentaur!
This entry in Mythological Figures is going way, way back, providing a build for Gilgamesh’s best buddy. If you’ve ever heard the myth then you know I mean the beast-man made from clay, that fellow who can’t be kept down: Enkidu!
Great concepts for characters that make use of more than one class are aplenty but as a campaign reaches higher levels these builds lose effectiveness—that's a problem that today's issue of EN5ider aims to fix!
Today Epic Monsters is taking a look at the working man’s man of steel, a corporatist product of fakelore from the Steel City that never quite found its way entirely into the realm of America’s mythology. If you already know who it is, you get a gold star because this one is pretty obscure: Joe Magarac!
Today Mythological Figures is after one of Britain’s most enduring characters—she gives King Arthur the sword Excalibur, woos Merlin, and raises Lancelot du Lac. I can be referring only to the Lady of the Lake: Nymue!
Tired of casting magic missile and exhausted by the thought of yet another eldritch blast? Has teleportation circle lost its luster? Grit your teeth and overcome your proclivities to dive into EN5ider today as we explore the wonderful spellbook of worms that mortals know as the Writhing Codex!
This entry in Epic Monsters is the biggest of the big. It’s huge. It can’t be stressed enough how colossal it is. Absolutely massive! The biggest thing that will ever appear in the column—the Earth-carrying World Turtle!
Today's issue of EN5ider features a new entry in the Enchanted Trinkets series with Patron Tokens specifically designed for warlocks! Protect your grimoire of shadows with an angel-hide bookmark, travel with style and confidence in a pair of satyr boots, take a chance with the seven-sided coin, and generally enhance your pact magic user's gaming experience with the eleven other magic items within.