Dungeons & Dragons things, by Stuart Langridge

A grab-bag of homebrew things I've written for D&D (fifth edition) to support quests and campaigns that I've DMed; tiny settings, magical items, and the like.

The Lantern of Leng
A lantern which makes people frightened. [HTML] [Markdown] [PDF]
The Octagem
A tiny but weird setting, where boats float on seas of liquid gems and the universe is an octahedron. [HTML] [Markdown] [PDF]
Sheath of Shadow Daggers
The ideal thing to strap to the belt of your assassin. [HTML] [Markdown] [PDF]
Warlock Patron: the Eternity
Got a warlock who wants power over time itself? This is who to talk to. [HTML] [Markdown] [PDF]
The Diary of Erezel-Kan-Riboar
Rules for creating sentient weaponry. [HTML] [Markdown] [PDF]
Vox Murine
An earring which allows communion with rats, and maybe multiple familiars. [HTML] [Markdown] [PDF]
A unique scimitar with an unusual power. [HTML] [Markdown] [PDF]
Dust of Darkened Fire
Light fires in the wilds without fear of discovery. [HTML] [Markdown] [PDF]
Coin of Finding
A tool for characters to track their enemies... or unscrupulous enemies to track them! [HTML] [Markdown] [PDF]
Corpse Pipe
A pipe that teleports things six feet; a grave relic from another time. [HTML] [Markdown] [PDF]
Spells of the Grammarian (PDF)
The Ring of the Grammarian is a ring that allows the wearer to change one letter of a spell name, giving the spell a different effect. Some spell uses for it. [Markdown] [PDF]
Perdition’s Ransom
A weapon against the undead, but one which comes with a cost. [HTML] [Markdown] [PDF]
Mirror wine
A high-end drink, but with some potentially weird effects. [HTML] [Markdown] [PDF]
The Way of Blowing Breath
A monastic tradition based around mobility, tranquility, and egolessness, with some similarities to the komusō tradition of our world. [HTML] [Markdown] [PDF]
Chance Domain
A cleric domain based around chance and chaos and luck both good and bad. [HTML] [Markdown] [PDF]
A teachable class feature to allow casting of spells through tattoos, and the gifting of that ability to others. [HTML] [Markdown] [PDF]
Hardskin potion
A potion for farmers and other commoner workers to protect against injuries. [HTML] [Markdown] [PDF]
Stone of healing
Thwack your injured party mates on the head with a rock, and they get better. Maybe. [HTML] [Markdown] [PDF]
Ring of keys
Never lose your keys again. [HTML] [Markdown] [PDF]
Mechanical messenger
A message-carrying clockwork spider. [HTML] [Markdown] [PDF]
D&D population by level
A little calculator to answer the question: how many 16th-level rogues are there in the world? If you make some dubious mathematical assumptions, that is.

Thank you to the Homebrewery for some of the CSS, and jonathonf and Solbera for fonts.