When I first decided to stat up the fuzzy firbolg for 4th Edition, I knew I wanted to follow it up with the gruuwar. But I had always intended for there to be a third “true fey” in the lineup too.
How Heroes of Shadow made me angry enough to sand back and repaint an entire variant class.
Did you ever get something in D&D so wrong that you just had to keep going and never look back? That’s the story of today’s 4e heritage glow-up, the gruuwar.
Today I’m going to talk about a few minor variant class and heritage features I banged out while putting together some 1st-level PCs for a game with my niblings and sister-in-law.
5e (or really, Critical Role) gifted us a fresh and appealing new take on a classic—but really boring—D&D creature. Let’s make a version we can play in 4e!
Fixing the logical accident(?) that makes poison profoundly less useful than other damage types.
Let’s talk about that one time 4e ignored its own design philosophy and made a really stupid decision about party goats.