Create authentic looking D&D homebrews using only markdown (by naturalcrit)

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  • PDF Layout
    reddit.com/r/rpg | 2021-10-22
    For a simple online solution there is https://homebrewery.naturalcrit.com
  • Issues placing images on page while using homebrewery
    reddit.com/r/DMAcademy | 2021-10-20
    Hoping this sub can help me. I'm formatting some homebrew using homebrewery.naturalcrit.com and instead of my image appearing I'm getting an icon of an image. Does anyone have any experience with this same issue?
  • Oath of the iron defender- a paladin subclass.
    (I have used homebrewery to make this homebrew https://homebrewery.naturalcrit.com/)
  • Question
  • Wild Beyond the Witchlight Player Primer
    I'd like to use it but need to make a couple DM expectations edits to page 1 / would it be possible to share the homebrewery.naturalcrit.com source? Otherwise I'll break out Acrobat to try and edit.
  • Homebrew Class: Disciple of Decorum
    reddit.com/r/DnD | 2021-10-16
    Edited it to fit a 20-level system, changed around some of the features and names, edited some things I felt were overpowered to a more reasonable level, and based the skill progression loosely off of the D&D 5e monk class. I used "The Homebrewery" for formatting, found here.
  • Demon Lord Pazuzu! Conversion/Homebrew Creature!
  • Formatting software?
    Hello! I just finished a two year long MotW campaign and was thinking of writing up some of the homebrew (monsters, mysteries, mechanics, etc.) I created and posting them here. I was just wondering if there was some sort of software to format it close to the official material? I know for DnD homebrew, there's homebrewery.naturalcrit.com, but I don't know if there's anything like that for this game. If not, does anybody know what fonts and whatnot the official material use? It would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
  • Leak: Legit Elves for D&D 5.5e
    reddit.com/r/dndmemes | 2021-10-11
    also: made this here
  • Solbera Imitation V2 Test
    We already took care of the alignment work in https://github.com/naturalcrit/homebrewery/tree/master/themes/fonts/5e Each character has different "dangly bits" in different directions and drastically different widths which need to be accounted for when determining character placement that isn't necessarily obvious without looking at the D&D books directly.
  • Feature Request - Synchronous Scrolling
    Yeah, this is something I've wanted myself for a while. See this issue on Github https://github.com/naturalcrit/homebrewery/issues/241.
  • Color Shifting Code
    Please also note, some code was adapted from a GMBinder Styling Reference Guide and other code was adapted from the Homebrewery github code and some was just thrown together from lots of trial, error, and searching.
  • Action-Oriented Baruuk from Warframe
    Setting this up was a lot of work and is largely unnecessary (I did it because I wanted to learn CSS). You can achieve practically identical results using homebrewery with some styling tweaks (there are lots of guides to this on the homebrewery subreddit).
  • Wizard: School of Displacement - Now we're thinking with portals! [Guide to the Abyssal Depths]
    Hey /u/Monkey_DM you've probably had this question a bunch, but what program or website do you use to make your homebrew pages looks so cool? I want to start doing some myself, and found https://homebrewery.naturalcrit.com/ but am not sure.


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