Weekly Brews

Weekly Brews
Issue #1

by Serban, Quartermaster @ The Guild Hall

March 20 2020

Greetings, fellow dungeon delvers! We, here at The Guild Hall, surely enjoy our D&D. But, as some of you may know, Dungeons & Dragons is a game about imagination, which sometimes lets our minds wander into territories the original developers of the game, Wizards of the Coast, have yet to explore. Because of this, we usually partake in a little bit of Homebrew. Homebrew, in D&D terms, is content created by players to add on or change the fundamentals of the game. I, for one, stuff myself with more Homebrew than I do snacks on game day (YUM!) So, without further introduction, here are some of our favorite homebrews of the week.

The Pugilist by Benjamin Hoffman

The first reason you might want to try your hand at D&D might seem like a bit of a cheat, but since we’re in the middle of a pandemic, I say it’s fair game. The world is, without a shadow of a doubt, in complete ruins. Global warming is getting worse and worse, the COVID-19 pandemic is wreaking havoc, it’s bad. So, when everything around you is nothing but flames and panic, why not sit down at a table and drift into a different world alongside some friends of yours?

Make no mistake, even when the worldwide hysteria is over, some daily struggles will still stress you out. Wouldn’t you love it if you could escape that hysteria for just a few hours by entering the beauty of distant land?

Follow this link if you’re interested in buying the Pugilist.

The Bard College of Cacophony by LateToTheTPK

Ever wanted to channel your inner love of death metal into D&D? Well, with LateToTheTPK’s College of Cacophony, you can do just that! You’ll get to scream so hard thunder descends from the sky! It’s a blast (pun intended once more). Sometimes a lute just won’t cut it. If you want your bardic inspiration to resemble a football fan, be sure to check out the College of Cacophony, the link to which is here.

Ancient Notebooks by Enraric

These days, most of us are stuck at home. It’s the perfect time to read some books. So why shouldn’t those books be the Ancient Notebooks by Enraric? Although not so flashy, these long-lost notebooks can be a good reward for a simple sidequest. Some DMs, myself included, have a terrible habit of always giving players incredibly strong rewards. These tomes serve as a moderate treasure that helps the players from time to time.

Here’s the link to the Ancient Notebooks at your disposal.

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