A very important step to play a proper Mystara version of today: the conversion of the Demihuman Relics to D&D 5e! It will take quite a few posts, many old but refurbished things and many new too! We think the results are quite nice and we hope you enjoy them, as mush as we do.
Background for Gnomes, but not only, today! Did you ever wanted to play a character in a flying ship, not a passenger but an Air Pilot or Sailor? Or a Fire Inventor on the top of a volcano, planning to harness its fury as source of energy. Or a terribly complex mechanical clock, able to travel in Time. Or, again, a criminal mastermind, struggling to create an army of automata and conquering the world? Welcome, you are in the right place …
Many Mystara authors introduced magical materials or new objects in their books: someday I said to myself “Gotta catch’em all!” … ah, no that was another thing, Pokethulhu … anyway we tried to find and collect all the materials, in an organized way, and to make them available for all D&D 5e players in Mystara! Enjoy
Did you ever wonder of which materials weapons, armors and magical items of Kings, Emperors, Legandary Heroes, Archwizards and Demon Princes are made of? We start to answer to these worthy questions, and many basic ones, about crafting materials, in this post!
Today we complete the discussion (start reading from the First part, off course) about Gnomish technology for Mystara and D&D 5e: GNOMES AND TECHNOLOGY – Second part After building a new invention  we have to ask ourselves if… (READ MORE)
This post is to rectify a grievous injustice: for a long time Gnomes in Mystara were considered mere monsters and mistreated and, even when, in following D&D editions, Gnomes became a playable race, but never in their real Mystaran shape. Don’t worry, here we are!