A Scintilla Studio Project
Channel your creativity, gather an audience, and tell your own fantastic stories in living color with adventures and resources for dungeon masters and players in 5th edition Dungeons & Dragons.
With NaNoWriMo fast approaching, you may be planning on writing a fantasy or sci-fi story. Congrats! This is one of my favorite genres to write. However, if your character(s) are doing much traveling, it's not hard to get lost. There usually isn't a GPS on these...
Turn any image into a minimalist composition with this seven-step process. Minimalist art relies only on the most basic and distinctive elements of a design to create compelling images. It's the difference between left and right: I discovered a simple seven-step...
Tabletop miniatures take time and money, and sometimes you don’t have either. Create custom paper miniatures at home using these foldable templates. Print on heavy-weight paper or cardstock. Cut along the solid lines and score or fold along the dashed lines.
Aligns with a standard 1″ square grid. Includes templates for creatures of all sizes: Tiny, Small, and Medium (1″ square foot print); Large (2″); Huge (3″); and Gargantuan (4″ & 5″).
The Contract is a re-playable one-shot with 1,056 possible combinations. The DM rolls for key plot points like combat encounters and surprise endings; players roll at the beginning of the game for secret objectives that connect their characters to the story.
The Matriarch of a harbor town knows that tonight, something evil and powerful will come to kill her Heir. If the Heir lives, that enemy’s power will be broken. If he dies, the town descends into violence and chaos. So the Matriarch hires a party of capable adventurers with a simple directive: “My Heir lives until morning.” Can you survive the night?
Fighters of the Forgotten Realms
This supplement includes monster stat blocks, magic items, and class features updated from 3rd edition prestige classes.
Co-written with Luke Bullis, also of 5% Savvy!
The Zoob is a confused, six-sided beast that might give you a fish or bite your face, you don’t know. The Besniffler looked at a Beholder and asked, “What if but nose?”