At last, turn your friends into something useful!
D&D's most iconic spell level.
The support spells have a field day.
Feat trees, in MY 5th Edition? It's more likely than you think!
Dragonlance makes its D&D return.
The first spells that actually cost a slot.
Small but powerful.
The very best bonuses and pointy ears.
Be the best so you can beat the rest!
Just stick with the +2 stat bonus instead.
A rules-light system to delight your group!
The options that shine in the endgame.
At last, the barbarian's time to shine!
Submitted by Prince Infidel, answered
Some of the best D&D content is entirely unofficial.
Finally, you can cast Otto's Irresistible Dance!
Everyone gets a feat!
This time I'm throwing out levels 5–20 entirely.
Killing enemies with spells is a great type of group interaction.
There are lots of features that expand the flexibility of the wizard.