Wizards of the Coast and their partners at DMsGuild have been busy this week. The complete, as near as I can see it, 5e range for Roll20 is now available. These aren’t downloads and are integrated with the Roll20 platform. Roll20 is now the parent of OneBookShelf and the DMsGuild. The typical purchase includes maps […]
Mistfactor Press and Tessa Morecroft both manage to make the top twenty twice.
Most of the content is $5 Monster Hunts, a weekly series of one-shot adventures complete with colour maps, creatures, magical items, plot hooks and tables.
Right now, third-party publishers who follow the rules can create and sell D&D adventures and other content from the DMsGuild. As of this week, those modules can also be created for Roll20.
The supplement has help for DMs in the world of new encounters and other pre-made materials. At the core, there are maps which involve dragons in a new way.
A single spellcaster, spending the majority of a working day casting the Mending cantrip, will repair at the same rate as a non-magical team of repair personnel.
Paul Gregorwich has a Pay What You Want with a suggested price of $0.00 on the DMsGuild for Monster Harvesting.
WotC also recognises that the designer community is worried about the changes. As a result, the plans to remove these individual titles from the DMsGuild have been scrapped.
DriveThruRPG, who work closely with Wizards of the Coast, had the books as PDF in DMsGuild for a while. This month, though, they’ve added the print-on-demand options.