Lothric (5e Campaign Setting)

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Lothric[edit]

Situated upon a massive protrusion of rock, the walls and castles of Lothric are a testament to its former glory and mightiness. The kingdom of Lothric stands in its former glory, but in actuality, is in apparent ruin: Virtually all of the inhabitants have reduced to Hollows, and the courtyards and castle pathways are littered with the remains of deceased knights and soldiers, indicating a great battle had taken place in the past. The few that remain have gone Hollow, a degenerated form of themselves in which not even sentience remains. The kingdom is also suffering from an infestation of Pus of Man, a consuming chaos corruption that manifests itself as an amorphous black blob.

This is a world full of chaos and madness, with a decline of all things. However, a small sum of people have been marked to prolong their lives, lest they become Hollow, just like the rest of the people of Lothric.

Campaign Setting Information[edit]

Players Guide

Classes
A quick look at how classes fit into the world and what roles they commonly find themselves in, intended as a supplement for existing player's handbook information.
Equipment
Various gear, goods, equipment and magical items available to characters.
Magic
Supplemental information on spells and enchantments, as well as the nature, uses and practices of magic.
Races
Descriptions of how the various races figure into the world of Lothric and what place they have assumed in the geography and society.
Religion
An examination of the Lothric pantheon of gods, their common appearances, their attributions, their practices of worship and how they commonly interact with the world.

World of Lothric

The World & Locales
The world of Lothric and the nation's cultures and peoples within it.
Time and History
The broad history of Lothric, divided into general eras.
Society
A quick look at common societal trends and laws found in the world of Lothric.
Cosmology
Lothric's interactions and connections with the broader multiverse and planes.
Bestiary
An examination of monsters and beasts in the world of Lothric and how they've adapted to the world.
NPCs
Various peoples and individuals that populate the world.

Dungeon Master's Guide

About
A general explanation of Lothric and the general world building mindset, along with various outside resources and examples to use as references in developing a campaign or understanding the world.
Artifacts
Artifacts of great power and importance in the world of Lothric.
Variant Rules
Optional rules for DMs to implement while playing a campaign in Lothric.
Adventures & Tables
Ideas for quests, dungeons, campaigns, and conflicts. Also tables for random encounters and other things.
Adding to Lothric
A page for submitting ideas, advice, and anecdotes from your campaigns for the development of the setting



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