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The Feywild is the D&D realm of wild, untamed nature and fey spirits, the original home of Elves and other sylvan folk.
The Unearthed Arcana Gothic Lineages that we saw this week are a cool, new -- well, sort-of-new -- idea for Dungeons and Dragons, but you may be wondering how to make use of them.
As a DM and a player I love Unearthed Arcana and the way it always brings me new things to play around with in my games.
There have been quite a few Unearthed Arcana subclasses for D&D 5e.
It's that time again: D&D has released new Unearthed Arcana. The latest UA playtest content, we have two new subclasses with the the Undead patron for Warlocks and the College of Spirits for the Bard.
We've talked about Unearthed Arcana here before, focusing on Subclasses to change up how your favorite class plays, but the latest playtest content from Wizards of the Coast for Dungeons and Dragons 5th Edition is something a little different -- instead of focusing on new subclasses to alter a specific class, it decides instead to give you new feats which can be taken by almost any class (although some wouldn't be very useful for all classes).
Playtest content in Dungeons and Dragons — or Unearthed Arcana — is a lot of fun because it provides new options for everybody to explore and gives you a peek into what's coming out for D&D before it gets a book release.
One of the reasons I love Wizards of the Coast and tabletop RPGs in general is how quickly they can get new class options to us with things like Unearthed Arcana, and the latest edition unveils a whole new Psionics system.
One of the fun things about Dungeons and Dragons is looking at all the cool options that you'll probably never actually get to play, because there's just not enough time to play sixteen D&D games in a week.
There's a tradition behind Wizards of the Coast's Unearthed Arcana which goes all the way back to the original Advanced Dungeons and Dragons line of games, before even 2nd Edition AD&D or the consolidation of both lines into what we called 3rd Edition.