D&D 5E Cubicle 7 Presents: Vault 5E-Unchartered Journeys


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Remember Adventures in Middle-Earth 5E by the very talented people at Cubicle 7? Everybody LOVED what they did and if there was a thing that has been hailed by many as the best thing since sliced bread and 5E, it was their Journey subsystem. The Exploration Pillar of Dungeon's and Dragon's was greatly enhanced by Cubicle 7's take. And if your one of the lucky few who managed to snag/download everything before the license expired, you were part of the lucky ones in that aspect. And it seems that Cubicle 7 themselves is aware of the praise that such a subsystem got. And now, we are getting their Journey Mechanics once again along with other upcoming goodies via their Vault 5E line of Rule/Adventure/Setting supplements!

that is amazing I can not recommend enough using those rules for a mostly or all martial game was AMAZING...
 


Weiley31

Legend
Also, going by the latest post about Unchartered Journeys, they will have rules for creating ruins?
Which is pretty awesome. See, in the one Supplement for AiME 5E, The Road Goes Ever On, they had a section in there called Bones of The Earth.

Aside from sounding like a wickedly cool title, it had a series of charts you could roll on to generate various ruins that the Company could cross/happen upon during the course of a Journey. So, if you needed to auto-generate a ruin out of nowhere on the spot, it was pretty neat to do so. DM still had to come up with the floor work and all that, but still.
 

darjr

I crit!
Also, going by the latest post about Unchartered Journeys, they will have rules for creating ruins?
Which is pretty awesome. See, in the one Supplement for AiME 5E, The Road Goes Ever On, they had a section in there called Bones of The Earth.

Aside from sounding like a wickedly cool title, it had a series of charts you could roll on to generate various ruins that the Company could cross/happen upon during the course of a Journey. So, if you needed to auto-generate a ruin out of nowhere on the spot, it was pretty neat to do so. DM still had to come up with the floor work and all that, but still.
Dyson Logos is your friend then

 




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