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So help me, Ramen. Fixes the sorcery points issue and various other typos.

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I'm a bit confused about the Dragonblood Lizardfolk Sorcerer - the sorcery points specifically. Can't believe I didn't notice that. However, the first section that says it can spend 1 or more sorcery points as a bonus action to gain one of the following benefits is indeed the official line, as written in the Kobold Scale Sorcerer in Volo's guide, page.

I will figure out a way to fix the statement so that it works as intended. Funny that the use of sorcery points requires a bonus action, when in the PHB it clearly does not. I'll most likely just remove the use of the bonus action when triggering sorcery points. I suggest you use that ruling for now as well. Either way is ok, although posting it in the comments gives me more accountability, which is fine by me. Having monster stats that support different size categories is extremely useful, especially to those of us that use miniatures from past collections.

I have seen a few things that might be errors: The Medium Fire Elemental's size is listed as huge, while all the other medium elementals are medium; the Kobold Wyrmpriest exhales poison as a breath weapon, but creatures that are hit take fire damage; the Tarrasque variant is listed as a "Medium fiend shapechanger , chaotic evil".

Thanks for the catch, Vell! And yes, I share the same sentiments about old miniatures. It's the primary reason I made MME. Not just sizes, but minis that have no 5E representation.

I'll fix the errors in the next version. Any chance of another volume or expansion that will include other miniature-inspired monsters? It's amazing, considering how long 5E has been around, that so many past-edition miniatures have been ignored Keep up the great work!

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Random Attribute Generation during Character Creation. Skill Based download or gain skills. Jeremy Crawford. Christopher Perkins. Robert J. Matthew Sernett. Rodney Thompson. Results 1 to 10 of I would have given it five stars if the monster descriptions had been longer and more detailed.

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They are better than the one in the 4e MM, but shorter than 3e. And not at all as good as many of the 2e texts. Leif gave XP for this post. Many creatures come away almost reinvented, or simply revitalized, making you think deeply about monsters that have simply been sitting in the tool shed this whole time.

So this volume serves both the purpose as a reference tool, but also as an idea producer. Simply flipping through it and reading a random entry can bring forth a wealth of adventure and session ideas. It is really only a shame that we still have to wait until December! So, until the Dungeon Masters Guide is released, I can safely say that for me the future of this edition is bright indeed.

I just hope that the staggered release schedule that they chose to do, ostensibly due to wanting to give each book a good round of review and editing, won't hurt the edition right out of the gate. I do believe some may feel that this volume goes hand in hand with the one coming, and is thus a lesser thing during the interim.

We shall see. Plenty of ecology and wonderful art. It doesn't have a monsters-by-CR chart, but there are various fan-made ones around the web. Other than that, it's very attractive fun to read.

The dragons are superb, the balor is fantastic, and the Tarrasque is simply terrifying.Expect that version to be uploaded by the end of the week, which should come with improved artwork layout and some new monster images.

Advertisement How do you make some monsters tougher than other monsters if you're trying to flatten out the differences between levels? I've been keying them in to import into the Kobold Fight Club format.

I would appreciate if you could add a back cover similar to official products, and, if possible, the same for the front cover. There's a mix of styles, but each style seems suited to the monster being depicted. Where a single 4e game session might be limited to two battles in three hours, one can run a half dozen battles and skirmishes in the same time, even when these battles contain a mix of monsters. Gift Certificates. Gynosphinx p. You still need to have the source to play, this just lets you know the Adjusted XP for the encounter, like with mixed monsters, and the challenge and makes it easy to select monsters from many sources.

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