Last week, the theme of this blog was centered upon the equipment that travelling adventurers might carry with them on their delves and quests. This week the theme will center upon those who seek to unburden themselves and what better place to start than with what they choose to burden themselves with. So Monk Week, as I have so cleverly decided to call this week, begins with a look at the common equipment that the fast-handed disciples of Ki might carry on their adventures.
We've reached the end of another week just in time. This week's theme has been about the equipment carried by the various classes. Follow the link to see the whole list. As the old saying goes, we've saved the best for last: Magic Users. In this case, "best" means most diverse because under the banner of Magic Users stand all Sorcerers, Warlocks, and Wizards regardless of the source of their power, the nature of their patron, or the arcane specialty they have chosen. As it wa
Today's post follows the class equipment theme, which we started with Thieves and Fighters. It's time to examine what things might be in the backpack of the party's cleric, but first a word about today's art. This piece is entitled "Evil Cleric" and it was created by the fantastically-talented Jon Hodgson. Treat yourself to more of Jon's incredible artwork by checking out his Deviant Art gallery. He's done a lot of amazing pieces on a wide range of subjects and I'm sure you'l
Almost three weeks ago, I posted a table about thieves tools. Since then, I have been thinking about a series of posts along a similar theme. This is the first of those. I have decided to tackle what extra things fighters might carry with them. Fighters are a wide-open topic and while two D&D fighters might be comparable, they will not be identical. Thus, understand the difficulty in developing a "universal" list. Fighters vary too much in races, cultures, creeds, backgrounds
To keep with the thief theme started with Monday's post, today we will talk about some thieves tools that aren't lockpicks or a pry bar. Whether you use these tools to equip your NPC rogues, or just provide them to the PC's as additional tools they might carry, I hope that you enjoy them. I also hope that they get you thinking about other tools the merchants of midnight might use. Without further ado, here are 20 Thieves Tools Beyond Lockpicks. Until next time, Happy Gaming!