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5e: Christmas in July Sale, Until the 29th

Book of Heroic Races: Player Races 1 (5e)

Book of Heroic Races: Player Races 1Hey 5e Fans. Like we said yesterday with Pathfinder, today starts the annual Christmas in July Sale at DriveThruRPG/RPGNow. It started earlier today and will be running until July 29. We have three excellent products for Fifth Edition on sale now.

  • Those that want to play a new race should check out the 5-STAR rated Book of Heroic Races: Player Races 1. These fun races will give your players exciting options for some time to come.
  • A great way to start off your campaign is the 4-Star rated Deadly Delves: Along Came a Spider. This 1st-level adventure is a great way to start off a creepy campaign for your players. Those that hate spiders, like me, will remember this adventure for a long time to come.
  • Continue your campaign with the 5-STAR rated Deadly Delves: Rescue from Tyrkaven. This 2nd-level adventure starts the players off with hunting down murdrous hobgoblin and ends up having the players take on the servants of a long-forgotten deity. Even though the Pathfinder version of this adventure came out first, it was written for Fifth Edition.

Grab these great deals today at DriveThruRPG/RPGNow.

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5e: Forbidden Monsters Coming Your Way

Book of Beasts: Monsters of the Forbidden Woods (5e)

BoB Monsters of the Forbidden WoodsI consider myself a monster designer more than anything else. I mean, if you look over everything I created for Pathfinder, my monster books is where I throw of passion into creating. So when I started working on Fifth Edition material, this is where I started.

Book of Beasts: Monsters of the Forbidden Woods is our first pure monster book. Sure we always feature a new monster or two in our adventures, like the draugr in Rescue from Tyrkaven or the huldra in Doom of the Sky Sword. But we enjoy making monsters to inspire you to make your own adventures. And that is what these monsters are for: to inspire you game masters at home that like to create your own adventures.

Inside Monsters of the Forbidden Woods, you get 18 monsters for your games. These monsters focus on lower level games, starting off at Challenge 1/4 and topping out at 7. This is perfect for GMs that like to throw mass numbers of goblins and add in a cave troll, just to shake things up. Only now, instead of a goblins and a cave troll, you can use spiders and a spiderbear, or kobolds that keep a dangerous bloodboar to gore their enemies with its tusks.

Download Book of Beasts: Monsters of the Forbidden Woods for your Fifth Edition game today from You can also find this at DriveThruRPG/RPGNow, Paizo and the OpenGamingStore.

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5e: Choose Your Beginning

Deadly Delves: Along Came a Spider (5e)

No matter how you want to begin your 5e campaign, Jon Brazer Enterprises has you covered. We have two first level adventures and a second level adventure published. No matter how you want to start your campaign, you are in good hands here.

Whether you are looking for an adventure where you go up against a bunch of nightmareish giant spiders, rescuing people from murderous hobgoblins and ancient undead, or stopping a curse delivered on a sword falling from the sky, our adventures are flavorful, enjoyable and will enrich your games. Each of these adventures were written by those that love this stuff and want to give you the best material for your games.

Find all of Jon Brazer Enterprises’ releases for your Fifth Edition game at at DriveThruRPG/RPGNow, the OpenGamingStore and

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5e: Bring Doom to Your Table

Deadly Delves: Doom of the Sky Sword (5e)

A Harbinger of Doom Descends From The Sky

Following the disappearance of personnel at a lumber camp, a mysterious sword drops from the sky, cleaving the very earth to deliver a pronouncement of doom upon all who refuse to leave the logging site. Can the adventurers ferret out the source of this ominous portent and put a stop to it before it wreaks further havoc on the loggers?

Doom of the Sky Sword is an exciting adventure module in Jon Brazer Enterprises’ Deadly Delves series, and is compatible with the best-selling Fifth Edition of the World’s Oldest Fantasy Roleplaying Game. This adventure is designed to challenge four to five 1st-level PCs like no other content has to date. Inside this volume, you’ll find:

  • Two monsters and new encounters for your campaign
  • A full-color map of the abandoned hideout of a trio of troll witches
  • Enough content to get your group of 1st-level PCs through a night of play with little preparation time required

Dangers Unknown. Treasures Untold. Adventure Awaits.

Download Deadly Delves: Doom of the Sky Sword for your Fifth Edition game at You can also download this adventure at DriveThruRPG/RPGNow, the OpenGamingStore and

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5e: Doomed Wallpaper

Deadly Delves: Doom of the Sky Sword (5e)

5e Doom of the Sky Sword
With Deadly Delves: Doom of the Sky Sword coming out tomorrow, we wanted to share with you the beautiful image that graces the cover, drawn by Luis Antonio Salas Lastra. We absolutely love his work and could not resist sharing it with you. It features our iconic dwarven cleric, Runa, and our iconic halfling wizard, Luis, fighting a swarm of skulls. Luis is casting the classic spell burning hands while Runa is casting one of her Tempest domain spells.

So please feel free to download this image for your computer’s wallpaper. It is available for both widescreen and standard monitors. Download today and share it with your friends.

Download Deadly Delves: Doom of the Sky Sword for your Fifth Edition game at the JBE Shop. You can also find this adventure at DriveThruRPG/RPGNow, the OpenGamingStore, and

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Meet the Iconics: Darlanrea

Being Friday, I thought we would do something a little different for today’s preview. Today, I would like to take a moment to introduce you to our first signature character to grace the cover of one of our adventures. She is as tough as she is graceful and earns her place on this adventure, fighting against a terrifying black dragon. Here is a bit more about her.

Name: Darlanrea Moonbright
Race: Elf
Gender: Female
Age: 121
Background: Lieutenant in the Elven High Guard
Reason for Becoming an Adventurer: Unknown; Darlanrea refuses to discuss it.

Lieutenant Darlanrea Moonbright was once a fast-rising star in the Elven High Guard. At the Battle of Summer Ridge, she distinguished herself and earned her commission by taking command of her squad after their officer was killed. Despite being outnumbered four to one, her troops held off several orc fangs bearing down on them until reinforcements arrived, at the cost of more than a few lives. She was later awarded the Mithril Leaf for her bravery during a skirmish with a horde of skeletons at Fall’s Reach.

During her impressive military career, Darlanrea learned to fight with many weapons. Unlike other elves who rely on their dexterity in battle, her physical strength is her main asset in combat. Her twin longswords, Fade and Frosteel, have made their way into the legends of local monster tribes as dealers of doom and and retribution, and few have ever stood against her in single combat for more than a handful of seconds. Darlanrea also earned a formidable reputation as an archer that never misses her mark. She has killed many a foe from a great distance with the assistance of her longbow, Eagle’s Eye. The tattoo on her face was originally started to hide a scar she earned in battle with an ettercap. She liked it so much that she had the artist add to it after every major engagement in which she fought. She has a number of other tattoos on her body as well although most are hidden from sight by her armor. Her favorite one is her old unit’s symbol, an arrow and a longsword crossed beneath a magnolia tree, inked on her left forearm. Some of her other tattoos include a pegasus in heavy barding, the draconic symbol for honor and gold, and a faerie dragon sleeping beneath a daisy.

No one knows precisely why Darlanrea chose to end her military career. All that is known is that one morning she approached the company’s commanding officer and informed him that she was resigning her commission and her position in the Elven High Guard. Some say there were tears in her eyes when she resigned, as if she harbored a dark secret or great burden. Witnesses say she was disheveled and bruised when she delivered her resignation, and speculate that she may have been attacked by one of her fellow soldiers shortly beforehand. A few whisper that she decided she could make more coin as an adventurer than as a soldier. But no one really knows for certain why she left the Elven High Guard–and if Darlanrea has confided her reason in anyone, they aren’t talking.

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