5E Anyone know of any websites to host D&D homebrews?

Slit518

Explorer
Do any of you folks know of any websites, preferably a place where I can make a custom website, that is designed or at least has integration for setting up one's D&D homebrew worlds/rules?

If there is such a site or sites, please link them here.
 

Oofta

Title? I don't need no stinkin' title.
I use obsidianportal.com ... it's okay.

Edit: Ninja'd. Looks like you can create a free account in either. I continue to use obsidianportal because I have so much history.
 

Morrus

Well, that was fun
Staff member
What features do you need? A free Wordpress site might be able to do what you need.
 

Slit518

Explorer
What features do you need? A free Wordpress site might be able to do what you need.
I was not sure if there was a site that had templates on it for ease of use creation -- more or less D&D 5e templates.

Like if there were plug-ins or widgets on said site that let you build a creature; spell; class; sub-class; race; sub-race; etc. Then, you can compile them together on a page, like creature page; spell page, linking to the expanded contents.

Some place where you have your own domain.
 

Oofta

Title? I don't need no stinkin' title.
I was not sure if there was a site that had templates on it for ease of use creation -- more or less D&D 5e templates.

Like if there were plug-ins or widgets on said site that let you build a creature; spell; class; sub-class; race; sub-race; etc. Then, you can compile them together on a page, like creature page; spell page, linking to the expanded contents.

Some place where you have your own domain.
That sounds more like DndBeyond. You can create "adventures" but I don't currently use it because you can't print out a report of the monsters selected.

You can use it to create custom monsters if you don't need a hard copy. I'm not sure of the limitations of the free version. Obsidian is more of a wiki/forum for your campaign. There are no templates.
 

doctorbadwolf

Heretic of The Seventh Circle
That sounds more like DndBeyond. You can create "adventures" but I don't currently use it because you can't print out a report of the monsters selected.

You can use it to create custom monsters if you don't need a hard copy. I'm not sure of the limitations of the free version. Obsidian is more of a wiki/forum for your campaign. There are no templates.
Yeah once they get a better version of printing things out, that service will be perfect IMO.

But it’s a giant pain to print a page full of short monster stat blocks, or correctly sized magic items, etc.

I just want to print an encounter, complete with magic item cards if needed, without using a page per monster.
 

Slit518

Explorer
That sounds more like DndBeyond. You can create "adventures" but I don't currently use it because you can't print out a report of the monsters selected.

You can use it to create custom monsters if you don't need a hard copy. I'm not sure of the limitations of the free version. Obsidian is more of a wiki/forum for your campaign. There are no templates.
I am aware of D&D Beyond, but what I am looking for is a standalone. Like a site where you go and it is just one game world with all of the lore, unique rules, monsters, any changes, etc.
 

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