Here you can find various creations and documents that Emmet created for use with 5th Edition Dungeons & Dragons, including adventures, monsters, hand outs, and form fillable PDFs. Feel free to use any and all of these documents for your own game and if you do share them be sure to redirect people here so they can enjoy them first hand!
The Graveyard Shift – Free on DriveThruRPG
The city of Stonewood has seen a number of strange disturbances of late: grave robbings, disappearances, and recently a spate of murders. Adair Wyatt, a local merchant, has asked you to help him find his missing brother Dayton. His last known whereabouts? Stonewood’s necropolis, where he works as a gravedigger…
The Graveyard Shift is an introductory adventure for 4-6 1st level characters, and assumes a wide range of skills and abilities. It is designed to be played in a single 3-5 hour session, excluding character creation. The adventure centers on the city of Stonewood but can easily be transferred to any medium or large settlement as long as there is a graveyard nearby and access to a local forest. The adventure was designed to have an equal balance of combat, exploration, puzzle, and role-playing encounters.
Dungeons & Dragon Age
A conversion of monsters and creatures from Bioware’s Dragon Age setting to 5th Edition Dungeons & Dragons. This will be updated periodically as Emmet finishes work on each section, with all PDFs eventually being added to a single monster document. If you spot any errors or spelling mistakes we’d really appreciate if you contacted us through email or via one of our social media channels.
- Dragon Age 5th Edition – Darkspawn
- Dragon Age 5th Edition – Demons
- Dragon Age 5th Edition – Demonic Possession
- Dragon Age 5th Edition – Grey Wardens
- Dragon Age 5th Edition – Races & Classes
- Dragon Age 5th Edition – Spells
Form Fillable PDFs
Emmet is a bit crazy for form fillable things. Many of these documents are to make things easier to manage and keep things tidy. A few of these are presented in a 3 by 3 layout with cut marks – these can be cut out and easily fit into a standard Magic: The Gathering type card sleeve and you can use a standard poker card to stiffen them up.
- Bag of Holding – With Item Weight
- Bag of Holding – With Item Value
- Item Cards – With Backs
- Item Cards – XL
- Item Cards – Index Card Size
- Item Card – Single
- Card Backs
- Tiny Monster Card/Character Sheets
- Class Cards
- Race Cards
Here’s a hodge podge of various things Emmet has made for his games!