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We get asked all the time for recs on what to pick up from DM’s Guild, so when they asked us if we’d like to do a video with them, we jumped at the chance!

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  2. As someone with a solo player game going with a player who wanted to romance her companion throughout the campaign that domestic hand book is gold.

    There's also Eberron confidential by Keith Baker that I recommend to anyone playing any setting (not just Eberron) as like the domestic companion includes background, goals ect related to mystery and noir that players and DMs can have a feild day with making characters with suspicious background forced to work together to achieve different goals.

  3. I'm a big fan of Hamund's Harvesting Handbook, I've got all three. I think it is important to point out that the author is a woman named Jasmine, which isn't reflected in the credit on DMs Guild, but if you check the Q/A section it is clearly the authors name.

  4. Some fantastic recommendations here! Nice! Hey…. if you decide to do a DriveThruRPG version of this video, let me know… I'd be happy to send you over a copy of my book to check out. Cheers Web DMers!

  5. My players LOVE Dragonix's "Talents" books (gives a 'half-feat' at Lv 1,3, 6, 9, etc). Dragonix's Monster Manual Expansions 'levels up' MM core monsters, making higher-level play way better – a DM favorite!

  6. Have you guys covered the 5e gunslinger by Matt mercer? I'll be playing one soon so I've been watching as much content as I can that could apply to it

  7. So Pendragon is tabletop Crusader Kings?!

    Dragonix's Expanded Monster Manuals are kind of cool too! The add more types of monsters, basically converted blocks from 4e, giving you more options for things like goblinoids and such instead of just "hey, here's 6 goblins who all do EXACTLY the same thing"

  8. I just want to highlight the Epic Characters, Heroes of the Orient, and Ulraunt's Guide to the Planes: Shadowfell and Acheron.

    These products are all by the same creators, and they are all excellent and well worth the money.

  9. Welp, that's a bunch of books I had not planned on buying 😛 But seriously, your recommendation to check SotDL for milestone progression is great, and I'll be trying that method out in my next campaign.

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