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(5E) The Ravaged Wasteland of Crifoth

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Crifoth. 

Once home to the most wondrous kingdom the world had

ever known, blasted to nothing in just a fortnight.

It is here that the fiends of Hell walk among us.

It is here where all things die.


WELCOME TO CRIFOTH

Demon invaders have conquered the world. What little survivors live scavenge a life in a hostile wasteland of death and debris. What existed before now lies buried beneath dunes of sand and the blood of the fallen. Water, the most precious thing in this blasted hellscape, is fought over by strangers and kin alike. This is the ravaged wasteland of Crifoth.

In this campaign setting book for the fifth edition of the world's oldest fantasy roleplaying game, you'll find:

  • All new character creation options—including new class options. backgrounds, races, spells, feats, and so much more.

  • New races! Be a member of the cursed Ash Elves, the forsaken Humans, the primordial Incarnum, the proud Orcs, the reptilian Ssuri, or the infernal-blooded Tieflings.

  • New game mechanics such as Blood, Grit, and Effort to give your games a focus on lethality and survival.

  • Numerous roll tables full of ideas to help bring your games to life.

  • Setting lore and adventure seeds to jumpstart your stories!

  • Incredible, thematic art by Runehammer Games, as well as Lloyd Collins, author of Iskloft.

The people of Crifoth are not heroes. In Crifoth, it is courage just to survive. Will you rise to face the tide of demons, or will you succumb to the hostile elements?

 
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Jeffrey Q September 25, 2018 4:21 pm UTC
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My players had a few questions about the Grit and Blood points rules and I think I know the answers but I wanted to double check.

1. I assume monks and barbarians, who don't normally wear armor, just don't get the benefits of absorbing crits against them? Their class abilities that grant AC bonuses won't work like regular armor correct?

2. Spells that grant you AC bonuses, like mage armor, also don't absorb crits correct?

3. Wild shaping druids would get a new pool of Grit and Blood points when they change shape correct? So any damage they take in beast form only carries over to their humanoid form if it exceeds their beast form's total correct?

4. Can the mending cantrip be used to repair weapons and armor that have the Broken condition?

5. How does the Outlander background's feature ability work with Survival Rounds? I ruled that it would basically let the PC take 1 Exhaustion point to find 2 units of food and water without making a roll (assuming...See more
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September 03, 2018 8:57 pm UTC
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I will be running a one shot of this setting and as the bestiary isnt out yet what creature from the monster manual do the publishers recomend to reskin as a Crifoth Demon?
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Jeffrey Q August 09, 2018 7:52 pm UTC
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The PDF doesn't contain the statistics for the "Bounder." Any chance of having that added?
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Connor D August 09, 2018 11:31 pm UTC
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It'll be featured in the free Crifoth Bestiary coming soon. In the meantime, use the stats of a warhorse (Appendix D of the 5E PHB).
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Jeffrey Q August 13, 2018 4:45 pm UTC
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Thanks! Follow up question. Under Critical Hits it mentions that "Whenever a creature scores a critical hit, the damage is rolled as normal for the attack. However, this damage is dealt straight to the target’s Blood points, bypassing any Grit points they may have."

Does the damage roll still receive the extra damage dice for being a critical hit? Or does the critical hit get treated as a normal hit and applied directly to the target's Blood points?
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Connor D August 13, 2018 11:29 pm UTC
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In core 5E, twice as many damage dice are rolled in a critical hit. In the Blood & Grit system, no bonus dice are rolled. Instead, the damage bypasses Grit. For example, your longsword will still do 1d8+3 damage, but it deals Blood damage, possibly knocking out a character in one hit. In core 5E, that critical hit with a longsword would do 2d8+3 damage instead.
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Alan B August 07, 2018 12:17 am UTC
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Is POD coming?
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Connor D August 07, 2018 11:12 pm UTC
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Yes, very shortly! We will reply to this comment again when it's available!
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Connor D August 13, 2018 11:27 pm UTC
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Softcover is now available!
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August 06, 2018 11:19 pm UTC
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will there be a POD option soon?
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Connor D August 07, 2018 11:11 pm UTC
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Yes, very shortly! We will reply to this comment again when it's available!
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Connor D August 13, 2018 11:27 pm UTC
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Softcover is now available!
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August 03, 2018 3:40 am UTC
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It appears that there is no monster stat block for demons just Archdemons is by design or an oversight?
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Connor D August 03, 2018 1:06 pm UTC
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By design. Each Archfiend has its own Lair entry, which will shape the battle in their own interesting ways!
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Blake W August 01, 2018 2:02 am UTC
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Looking for clarification in the classes section for warlock it mentions having the world-plague and primordial other-worldly patrons but there is no specs for primordial warlock in the file. just an error?
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Connor D August 01, 2018 3:17 pm UTC
PUBLISHER
Correct. A Primordial patron we were developing did not make it to the final version. That line there is a vestige of that version that we overlooked. Thanks for catching it!
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max C July 30, 2018 7:18 pm UTC
Can you clarify what system this is for? Is this for 5e, or some kind of OSR? Also, can you describe the setting a bit more? Is it more of a fantasy hellscape, or something more along the lines of Gamma World or Doom?
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Connor D July 30, 2018 8:10 pm UTC
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Hey Max! Our setting is designed to be played with 5e. The setting is a post apocalyptic hellscape where demons have won and rule over the remaining survivors. This world isn't about hero's but survival at any cost. It is a high magic, high fantasy world.
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max C July 30, 2018 10:30 pm UTC
Thanks for the clarification!
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