Welcome to /r/DnDHomebrew! Do you like D&D? Do you like using your imagination? We can help you join them in sweet marriage fit for a king. Use this subreddit to: * Share your D&D Homebrews * Help others with their homebrews * Get help on your homebrew * Discuss concepts for homebrews
Discussion of Matt's "Running the Game" YouTube series, "Strongholds & Followers" 5th Edition supplement, and "The Chain" livestream, as well as TTRPGs in general and other MCDM projects. >> Need assistance with your MCDM store order or your Kickstarter pledge/preorder? Please email us at: [email protected]
This subreddit is for fans of role playing games to submit request to get their characters drawn and for artists who want to draw characters from ttrpgs. Users may submit character descriptions as requests, and artists may browse requests and volunteer to fulfill them at their leisure. This is purely pro bono work, meaning it is done voluntarily out of good will.
For geeks and nerds, artists, writers, philosophers, politicians and scientists alike: The creation of new worlds and new universes has been a key element of science fiction and fantasy. It can also exist outside the realm of scifi-literature and RPG-gaming as a means of exploring possibilities. This subreddit is about sharing your worlds and discussing the many aspects of creating new ones.
This subreddit is for Game Masters (GM's) of Tabletop RPG's. It's for advice and questions, newbies and wizened old grognards, and anyone (or anything) in between. We are visited by GM's of many different games. As a guideline we encourage questions that are broad enough to be answered by everyone. System specific (mechanical) questions are allowed also although you may receive better help on the main and/or GM'ing subreddit of said game.
A place to share ideas and techniques for painting and converting miniatures. It's also a showcase of the stuff you're really proud of. Mark scantily clad or nude mini's as NSFW. No Memes. Please observe proper reddiquette, have fun and keep your brushes damp.