D&D 5E Skyrim supplement for D&D 5e

The Iceborn

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EDIT: I was informed that posting this on the DM's guild is breaking the copyright laws (from Bethesda's side). Here is an original link to the fully free version: http://homebrewery.naturalcrit.com/share/H1Wr4bX7FZ

A conversion of Skyrim to the 5th edition of D&D; I hope it can be of use to people. Contains:
- Races
- Weapons and armor
- Enchanting
- Thu'um
- Monster manual

I hope you like it! I'd appreciate the feedback. :)
 
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Sacrosanct

Legend
Not to be pedantic, but any form of distribution of another’s IP is a copyright and/or trademark violation. It doesn’t have to be on the DMs Guild. Just that the DMs Guild is a business, and they’d be responsible for copyright violation by hosting it. But just because you have it linked on another site or have it for free doesn’t mean it’s still not a copyright violation.

If Bethesda does anything about it is a different story, but either way it’s still technically a copyright violation.
 

Azzy

ᚳᚣᚾᛖᚹᚢᛚᚠ
Actually, nI figured it out. I had to copy and paste the link directly.

Thanks again! Can't wait to look through it.

Tracy

How did you get it to download as a pdf? When I clicked on "get pdf", it just took me to another tab with a non-pdf and brought up the Print option.
 

Raith5

Adventurer
There is a lot of interesting work here. I liked the flavor text under the Spriggan. The only thing missing is custom rules for crits to the knee.
 

Sacrosanct

Legend
One other thing of note. A monster’s HD type is largely determined by size of the creature. I made the same mistake when doing monsters when 5e just came out until someone pointed that out.
 

robus

Lowcountry Low Roller
Supporter
Not to be pedantic, but any form of distribution of another’s IP is a copyright and/or trademark violation. It doesn’t have to be on the DMs Guild. Just that the DMs Guild is a business, and they’d be responsible for copyright violation by hosting it. But just because you have it linked on another site or have it for free doesn’t mean it’s still not a copyright violation.

If Bethesda does anything about it is a different story, but either way it’s still technically a copyright violation.

Yeah but this is also this whole thing called fan art, fiction etc and I can see this falling under that bracket (assuming of course that it’s free). I know some copyright holders frown heavily on any unauthorized use and yet others actively embrace it because of the brand support and network effects it can produce.

We live in an interesting for this kind of creative remixing.
 

Sacrosanct

Legend
Yeah but this is also this whole thing called fan art, fiction etc and I can see this falling under that bracket (assuming of course that it’s free). I know some copyright holders frown heavily on any unauthorized use and yet others actively embrace it because of the brand support and network effects it can produce.

We live in an interesting for this kind of creative remixing.

I’m not talking about how interesting it may be, or how fun it might be. I’m simply stating that using another IP and distributing for whatever purposes (which includes using copyrighted images), is still a copyright violation. The OP made a comment about how it was removed from DMs Guild because of copyright violation but gives an alternate location,, which could give the impression that hosting somewhere else for free is not. I’m just pointing out that it doesn’t matter, from an accuracy’s standpoint, that’s all. Based on your own comment, you make a distinction on being free, which has no bearing on whether or not something is a copyright violation.
 

robus

Lowcountry Low Roller
Supporter
I’m not talking about how interesting it may be, or how fun it might be. I’m simply stating that using another IP and distributing for whatever purposes (which includes using copyrighted images), is still a copyright violation. The OP made a comment about how it was removed from DMs Guild because of copyright violation but gives an alternate location,, which could give the impression that hosting somewhere else for free is not. I’m just pointing out that it doesn’t matter, from an accuracy’s standpoint, that’s all. Based on your own comment, you make a distinction on being free, which has no bearing on whether or not something is a copyright violation.

Of course you’re 100% correct as far as the law is concerned. But if the law was applied 100% then there would be no fan fiction and yet there is. Do you see my point?
 

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