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My 21st Guide on Worldbuilding and Homebrew Rules? Another opportunity to make your campaign feel unique.

>>> I explore other ways to name your heroes that will make them feel more a part of a fantasy world. I find this tiny change really adds a lot of roleplaying flavors and makes your campaign more interesting. <<<

An often overlooked part of a homebrew world is the hero's and NPCs' names.

In my world, if you hear the name McBrand of Eastriver then you are sure you are looking for a halfling. If you hear rumors of a Miss Brighthut then you know it's a gnome. Heard of the villain Kurget the Horrible, must be a half-orc. Tonight at the inn, O'Gimlock Duffen-Hall the 5th is playing? Can only be a Teifling.

Having distinct naming conventions (beyond the simple ones given in the PHB) will instantly make your heroes pop.

If you want to check out my most popular guides you can find SILVER SYSTEM and COMMON POTIONS. Want a FREE EXAMPLE try my MONSTER TACTICS. I also have a FREE ADVENTURE SCREAM.

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