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  1. Weird Dave

    D&D 5E Connecting the Planes: What New Interstitial Setting Do You Want?

    Having written extensively about the planes in the Great Wheel cosmology, I actually just wrapped up a year campaign that was my attempt at a Planejammer mashup, where the characters awoke in a Styxian ferryboat minus their memories. The ferryboat was a variant on the skyships used by the Noatun...
  2. Weird Dave

    D&D General Abyssal breaches?

    My adventure Blight of the Demongate contains a table for a Fiendish Blight modeled after the Supernatural Regions presented in Tasha's Cauldron of Everything. My Codex of the Infinite Planes article for the Abyss also includes tables for randomly generating threats and hazards across the...
  3. Weird Dave

    D&D General What's your Campaign Success Rate?

    I have been playing and DMing for over 25 years, and my personal record for campaign completion is ... not great. Like, at all. In those 25 years, I have been running games near constantly, usually weekly or bimonthly, though a few periods saw more or less. During that time, I had one straight...
  4. Weird Dave

    D&D 5E New Unearthed Arcana: Folk of the Feywild!

    The jumping rules are a bit wonky in the core game. You can jump but the amount you can jump can't exceed your speed, so the rabbitfolk hop is meant to get around this and gain a bit of a boost. A random boost it seems, which when rounded down on the tabletop does make it 0', 5', or 10' hop...
  5. Weird Dave

    DMs Guild New Planar Adventure - Blight of the Demongate

    Tales of the Infinite Planes Blight of the Demongate A Planar Incursion Adventure for 1st-level Characters featuring the Infinite Layers of the Abyss On sale for DMs Day only - Get it on 3/4/2021 for $0.99! Welcome to Blight of the Demongate, an adventure in the Tales of the Infinite Planes...
  6. Weird Dave

    DMs Guild Heroes of the Infinite Planes OUT NOW!

    Heroes of the Infinite Planes Character Options from Across the Multiverse! Fully bookmarked 130 page PDF with 45 new subclasses, 30 backgrounds, 34 new spells, and cultural overviews! The planes hold an abundance of wonders, treasure, and excitement, enough to fill any campaign with untold...
  7. Weird Dave

    D&D 5E Astral Recovery Adventure Ideas

    Might I suggest Codex of the Infinite Planes Vol 6 Astral Plane to help with some ideas? https://www.dmsguild.com/product/235505/Codex-of-the-Infinite-Planes-Vol-06-Astral-Plane Monsters, more information on hazards and travel, along with a host of interesting sites and places to visit...
  8. Weird Dave

    D&D 5E What are your D&D buying habits?

    Is there an option for "buy every book in both standard and special editions along with the DnDBeyond version"? I didn't see it but ... uhh ... I'd check it if it were there. Shut up, I don't have a problem, you do! ::sobs into 3rd spare copy of Mordenkainen's Tome of Foes, you know, the one...
  9. Weird Dave

    DMs Guild Infinite Doors of the World Serpent

    Infinite Doors of the World Serpent Step into the largest tavern in the multiverse! The World Serpent Inn sits at the crossroad of the multiverse itself. It is a planar watering hole, a gathering place for travelers from all across the planes, and a flashpoint for adventure, danger, and...
  10. Weird Dave

    D&D 5E Planescape to languish in purgatory?

    For me, I'd love to see Greyhawk come back, but focusing on 579 CY Flanaess. Give me a setting on the brink of a massive war, and then give me a storyline outlining that war with mass battle rules and characters involved in high-stakes operations. Eberron has the fantasy post-war setting...
  11. Weird Dave

    D&D 5E Planescape to languish in purgatory?

    It's hard to see Planescape coming back as a "setting" in the 2e definition. As someone who has been publishing planar content on the DMsGuild for a few years, I've managed to do it because I can sum up the Planescape campaign with three points: Sigil is the setting for Planescape, and to a...
  12. Weird Dave

    D&D 5E Where in FR do you want the next big adventure book to go?

    I'd love a full book on the Cold Lands - Vaasa, Damara, Narfell, and the Great Glacier. Though that would muck up my plans for a Tier 3 adventure set in Castle Perilous. Or maybe it wouldn't! Lost of good stuff in that whole region, with the Warlock Knights, legacy of King Dragonbane, and the...
  13. Weird Dave

    D&D 5E Here's Tasha's Contents Page

    Planecaller's Codex? A lesser version of the Codex of the Infinite Planes perhaps? Not that I have a vested interest in such an artifact of course ...
  14. Weird Dave

    DMs Guild Wayfinder Foundation Group Patron & Adventure!

    Wayfinder Foundation Primer Eberron is a setting of pulp adventure, and for those looking to capitalize on that high-stakes, high-drama, over-the-top kind of action, the Wayfinder Foundation awaits! The Wayfinder Foundation Primer contains all of the information for using this...
  15. Weird Dave

    D&D 3E/3.5 [3.0] Why did they do a 3.5 version?

    From a purely DM standpoint, the change from 3.0 to 3.5 fixed the math around a lot of monsters. Most of the outsiders (demons and devils specifically) in 3.0 were glass cannons that just couldn't stand up due to their absolute pitiful hit point total. 3.0 MM gave the mighty pit fiend 123 hp...
  16. Weird Dave

    DMs Guild Codex of the Infinite Planes Released!

    Codex of the Infinite Planes Multiverse of Wonder and Adventure! Fully bookmarked 369 page PDF! Color interior art! Crack open the Codex of the Infinite Planes and unlock a multiverse of wonder and adventure! Your world is about to get much bigger. Infinitely bigger, specifically! Codex of...
  17. Weird Dave

    D&D 5E The Dead Milkmen's D&D Adventure: Lost Tomb of the Bitchin' Chimera

    This continues to be the most bizarre timeline.
  18. Weird Dave

    D&D 5E What kind of planar book do you hope for?

    I'm a total devotee of the Grubbian planar style. It makes enough sense, while retaining a lot of mystery and nonsensical things that make the planes so wild and wonderful. I started in 2E in the early 90s and while I always gravitated towards Planescape, the attitude of the setting was a major...
  19. Weird Dave

    D&D 5E 2020 Release Speculation Thread

    I think Shemeshka is a strong contender. Shemeshka's Manual of the Planes or something along those lines. It'd be a shame to have a version of D&D that didn't have a Manual of the Planes (2E has been the only one so far and that had Planescape to cover the planar content). I agree that the most...
  20. Weird Dave

    Unearthed Arcana Into the Wild: New Unearthed Arcana Covers Wilderness Exploration

    I really dig this, and my Storm King's Thunder campaign is just getting to the point where it's going to be really useful (I started with Legacy of the Crystal Shard so my players have been kicking around Icewind Dale for awhile now). I'm going to have to dig into the terrain around the North...
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