In this week’s edition of Popcharacter Maker, we will be taking a look at two of pop-culture’s most beloved rangers.
Toss a coin to your Witcher O’ Valley of Plenty, because today’s Popcharacter Maker is Geralt of Rivia.
In today’s article, I am popping in because I asked really nicely and I also am a huge Green Lantern fan. Strap in, my emerald knights, because no evil is about to escape our sight, in brightest day or blackest night… And if you don’t know what I’m talking about here, just know one thing: there is no movie. It never got made.
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all. Welcome to the first holiday edition of Popcharacter Maker. Something to help you get in the mood for the season and prepare for when the big red man comes down your chimney, or however it’s supposed to happen now.
Today on our return to Pop Character Maker, we’re learning how to build Ahri, the Nine-Tailed Fox from League of Legends!
In our second ever Popcharacter Maker we will be taking a look at the Marvel Cinematic Universe. I figure what character from the MCU is more iconic than Iron Man? But I also figure that Iron Man sounds really difficult to make in 5e so I’m going with the second most iconic character: Captain America.
Hello and welcome to the first article of Lich Lair’s new recurring column: Popcharacter Maker. In this series I, Amara Balkrana, will be sharing some of my favorite characters from pop culture, and showing you how to make playable versions of them in 5e D&D! There is a lot of things out there that you can draw inspiration from to make characters that are interesting to play both mechanically speaking and in their story.