DMs Guild Review – Oath of the Voidwalker

A new Paladin Sacred Oath powered by the Void.

A review copy of “Oath of the Voidwalker: A Paladin Sacred Oath” was provided by the publisher. Find more DMs Guild Reviews on my website and YouTube channel.

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Designed by: Justin Handlin and Austin Sargent (Crit Academy)

I’ve reviewed plenty of compilation supplements that feature multiple new subclasses, races, feats, items, spells, etc. It’s rare that I like everything featured in those bundles, which makes me appreciate something smaller like Oath of the Voidwalker, a 6-page product featuring a single subclass – and it’s a darn good one.

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DMs Guild Review – Challenge Accepted!

Adds D&D 4E’s Skill Challenges into Fifth Edition, along with over a dozen example encounters.

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Designed by: Justin Handlin (Crit Academy)

I have zero experience with Dungeons & Dragons Fourth Edition, but according to Challenge Accepted!, Skill Challenges were a popular and well-received rules mechanic for overcoming encounters outside of, or sometimes adjacent to, combat encounters.. The rules supplement features over a dozen detailed example encounters that employ Skill Challenges, as well as several traps and hazards to create exciting situations in D&D 5E.

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