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Dungeons & Dragons

I've been playing Dungeons & Dragons in some form or another since 1992. It was the first RPG I ever played, and I still enjoy it in its newer guise as Dungeons & Dragons 3rd edition. I've played in campaigns set in Greyhawk, Forgotten Realms, Ravenloft, and many different "homebrewed" settings. I've played D&D derivatives like Iron Kingdoms, d20 Modern, and Star Wars d20. I don't play 4E, because all the rules and things changed so much that for me, it's just not as much fun as the older versions. So I'm afraid you won't find any 4E material here.

My group tends to modify the game and settings to suit our tastes, so we've come up with an extensive assortment of house rules, new classes, and so forth. Though our favorite setting is Greyhawk, most of what we've created is generic enough that you could plug it into just about any campaign. I only have some of our material up here at this time. If you're looking for something else, you can email me at jpa117@psu.edu. I enjoy hashing out new material, so if I don't already have what you want, maybe I can help you create it. Likewise, you're welcome to share your material with me!

3rd Edition

New Races

  • The Dakhee: a race of magically-altered animal people.
  • Kitsune: the (in)famous fox-spirits, written up for d20.
  • The Omai: human nomads who are known as traders in flesh.
  • Dramaleck: A race of fey-like people who live and die on their honor. By Nicolle Nicastro.
  • Murex: Two related aquatic races. By Nicolle Nicastro.

New Classes

Prestige Classes

  • Shield Bearer: wield two shields in battle.
  • The Detective: Half-elf, P.I.
  • The Engineer: learn to build COOL stuff


New Spells

New Magical Items

  • Nalia's Belt of Potion Pouches: carry multiple potions without risk of crushing or mixing

House Rules

Gods and Religions

Nations and Locations

  • Ayodhya: a nation with flavorings of Indian and Japanese culture. Meant for the Greyhawk continent of Oerik, but can be used anywhere.
  • Mannheim: a nation based on Scandinavia. Created for Oerik, but it can be used anywhere.
  • Bien of the Crystalline Gardens: an exotic city inspired by the Hanging Gardens of Babylon.
  • Some Curiosities: several intriguing landmarks. Use them as plot hooks or simply to add local color.
  • The City-states of Doria: a loose confederation of city-states founded on the reverence of the Oeridean gods. By Sarah Allis.


2nd Edition Material

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