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sleyvas Posted - 06 Mar 2016 : 03:31:49
Elemental Magic of Zakhara by Thomas Schluter - pay what you want. It seems to be a conversion of a lot of Zakharan magical lore. Haven't had much of a chance to dig, but it looks worth the time.

Anthanae's Divinations by Jeff & Dawn Ibach - 50 cents for a decent collection of divination spells. Some recreate concepts I was thinking about rewriting that my NPC Lady Jillian Doncastle of Neverwinter used.

The Incantatrix by David Adams is a different arcane tradition that seems ok
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Dalor Darden Posted - 11 Jan 2018 : 04:15:21
quote:
Originally posted by Wooly Rupert

quote:
Originally posted by Storyteller Hero

There is a search engine on the DMsGuild site, and after typing in my name, it brought up items that I'd posted on the site.





I, personally, would prefer to have author names showing in the list of products, before you even click on them.



I agree completely. I think it is a major failing of the DMs Guild site that it doesn't have "Publisher Pages" like the other DriveThru sites have.
Wooly Rupert Posted - 11 Jan 2018 : 04:09:06
quote:
Originally posted by Storyteller Hero

There is a search engine on the DMsGuild site, and after typing in my name, it brought up items that I'd posted on the site.





I, personally, would prefer to have author names showing in the list of products, before you even click on them.
Storyteller Hero Posted - 11 Jan 2018 : 00:45:38
There is a search engine on the DMsGuild site, and after typing in my name, it brought up items that I'd posted on the site.

TomCosta Posted - 07 Jan 2018 : 21:44:51
I don't know that there is a list. I know George Krashos has posted a number of excellent pieces (which I don't think he has always noted on this forum), I have one (Forgotten Characters of the Realms) that I posted to this forum, and a number of other sages have posted the releases of their wares on this forum as well.
The Arcanamach Posted - 07 Jan 2018 : 14:21:16
Is there a list somewhere of DMsGuild products by author? Their page doesn't have that as an option that I can tell and it would be great to get them listed that way. I'd pretty much buy anything posted by the astute sages from Candlekeep. In fact, it would be great if we did that here at the keep. It could be set up similarly to how the Chamber of Sages is set up.
KanzenAU Posted - 25 Apr 2017 : 00:12:08
I think they're limited time things unfortunately. There was indeed a #1.
sleyvas Posted - 24 Apr 2017 : 18:00:29
quote:
Originally posted by KanzenAU

The Zakharan Bestiary, along with a couple of other FR products, are now available in one of the Mega-Bundles. It's $10, and considering some of these products almost cost that alone, it's a pretty good deal. You'll get an additional discount if you already have some stuff included in the bundle. I haven't looked at any of the stuff yet, so I can't speak as to quality, but it seems like a worthwhile get.

http://www.dmsguild.com/product/209102/DMs-Guild-Top-Authors-Megabundle-2-BUNDLE



Interesting, is there a megabundle #1? I can't find it.
KanzenAU Posted - 24 Apr 2017 : 05:35:13
The Zakharan Bestiary, along with a couple of other FR products, are now available in one of the Mega-Bundles. It's $10, and considering some of these products almost cost that alone, it's a pretty good deal. You'll get an additional discount if you already have some stuff included in the bundle. I haven't looked at any of the stuff yet, so I can't speak as to quality, but it seems like a worthwhile get.

http://www.dmsguild.com/product/209102/DMs-Guild-Top-Authors-Megabundle-2-BUNDLE
ZeshinX Posted - 02 Mar 2017 : 19:09:11
I highly recommend Heroes of the Orient by Marc Altfuldisch: http://www.dmsguild.com/product/187283/Heroes-of-the-Orient-Players-and-DMs-Companion?src=hottest_filtered&filters=45469

Not specifically Forgotten Realms, but a great Oriental Adventures resource for 5e for those who enjoy playing in Kara-Tur, like myself. :)
Leonaru Posted - 10 Feb 2017 : 12:31:20
quote:
Originally posted by sleyvas

Just saw this. I had asked that this get done and it has been. Leonaru's Zakharan Bestiary

http://www.dmsguild.com/product/203765/Zakharan-Bestiary--Monsters-of-AlQadim?src=hottest_filtered&filters=45469_0_0_0_0_0_0_0


I hope you enjoy it. :) I included all Al-Qadim monsters I could find, omitting only a few (like the vizier's turban, which is more of a magic item than a monster). If you notice any missing monsters, please let me know.
sleyvas Posted - 29 Jan 2017 : 16:16:24
Just saw this. I had asked that this get done and it has been. Leonaru's Zakharan Bestiary

http://www.dmsguild.com/product/203765/Zakharan-Bestiary--Monsters-of-AlQadim?src=hottest_filtered&filters=45469_0_0_0_0_0_0_0

Oh, also, for those interested in Sha'ir like warlocks or warlocks bound to nature and angels.

http://www.dmsguild.com/product/174336/Paths-to-Power-New-Warlock-Archetypes
Fildrigar Posted - 25 Jan 2017 : 02:53:11
quote:
Originally posted by KanzenAU

"Watch of Waterdeep" by Joseph Carriker is a detailed take on Waterdeep's City Watch in the pre-Spellplague era. It seems to pay good attention to canon, and I'll definitely be using it.
I've also bought his "Solve et Coagula: A Practical Guide to Alchemy", which I've only flipped through thus far, but it looks really detailed and interesting.

Looking forward to seeing what he produces in the future.



Yep. Joseph Carriker is pretty amazing.
oakthorne Posted - 19 Nov 2016 : 11:44:24
quote:
Originally posted by KanzenAU

"Watch of Waterdeep" by Joseph Carriker is a detailed take on Waterdeep's City Watch in the pre-Spellplague era. It seems to pay good attention to canon, and I'll definitely be using it.
I've also bought his "Solve et Coagula: A Practical Guide to Alchemy", which I've only flipped through thus far, but it looks really detailed and interesting.

Looking forward to seeing what he produces in the future.



Thanks for the kind words, Kanzen. :)
KanzenAU Posted - 19 Oct 2016 : 00:38:10
Tried to search for Thomas Schulter and Schluter but had no success: for future people looking for his products, his name is Thomas Schlüter, and you're probably best off putting in the search term "Zakhara", looking for the product sleyvas mentioned above, and then clicking on his name.

Or, try this link: http://www.dmsguild.com/browse.php?author=Thomas%20Schl%C3%BCter
sleyvas Posted - 18 Oct 2016 : 13:59:51
quote:
Originally posted by Artemas Entreri

Thomas Schulter seems to make some quality products.



Yes he does. I referenced a lot of his stuff in my product. I like the people who do broader works so I don't have to refer to smaller articles... I also find that they've generally thought things more through.
Artemas Entreri Posted - 18 Oct 2016 : 13:53:23
Thomas Schulter seems to make some quality products.
KanzenAU Posted - 18 Oct 2016 : 06:04:51
"Watch of Waterdeep" by Joseph Carriker is a detailed take on Waterdeep's City Watch in the pre-Spellplague era. It seems to pay good attention to canon, and I'll definitely be using it.
I've also bought his "Solve et Coagula: A Practical Guide to Alchemy", which I've only flipped through thus far, but it looks really detailed and interesting.

Looking forward to seeing what he produces in the future.

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