Every week, talented creators upload Dungeons and Dragons products to the DMs Guild, pricing them as free or pay-what-you-want in order to reach customers. Dozens of new free and PWYW products are added each week alone. It is a lot to sort through. My hope is that highlighting a few of each week's best supplements will help the designers get the attention they deserve.
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Litwick's Guide to the Forgetful Forest from Maddison Nichol
This supplement details an enchanted forest that would be easy to port into any game. What excites me the most about this one is that the forest effects will definitely generate some interesting and likely hilarious roleplay at the table.
Sword and Sorcery Magic from Taylor Seely-Wright and Matthew Fenn
This is a complete restructuring of 5e's spell system to emulate grittier "pulp" magic. Basically, your potential number of spells per day is pretty much limitless, but spells are much less likely to work. Interesting ideas.
Dice and Deck Boxes from Tabletop Unglued
If you haven't checked out the huge line of papercraft products from Tabletop Unglued, you are missing out. Over the years they have done everything from tiny character sheets to dice towers.
Exciting Tales of Adventure #3 from Todd Kleinpaste
The latest in the Exciting Tales line. This one has an additional booklet pdf for printing, so you can have a sort of zine version. I really like this series because they take hardly any prep and can fill out a session.