Anyone familiar with D&D’s Eberron setting will immediately recognize Alt Coulumb.
Let's tackle the #1 problem with villains in manuscripts.
Any subclass built around the often open-ended illusion school will vary wildly in power
Submitted by Anonymous, answered
What if I just take most of my characters and replace them with animal companions?
Just no clones or alternate timelines, that’s all we ask!
Does your reveal have to be guessable or just plausible?
To dip or not to dip? That is the question.
Submitted by Carbon1, answered
Surprise, it was a red herring.
“Hi, Christopher, I'm Nero.”
Just be careful not to overuse it.
Either the designers don't grasp how classes stack up, or someone strongly dislikes the monk.
Submitted by Adam, answered
Readers have a surprisingly small amount of attention span to learn new words.
Absolutely everything you need to know in eight rules.
Spoiler: it doesn't include a prologue.