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DnD 5E Character Journal
Third Party Creators

This page is a thank you to all of the third-party creators that have had a direct impact on the DnD 5E Character Journal. 

First and most importantly, I'd like to thank the ultimate creator, God, for giving me the idea to create the Journal, and the strength to spend over a thousand hours creating it. 

 

Second, and also very importantly, I'd like to thank Wizards of the Coast® for continuing to bring joy and passion to adventurers everywhere through Dungeons and Dragons, and for being so generous as to allow creators such as myself to serve the community by creating and monetizing DnD-related content. 


Other creators that have had an impact on the development and promotion of the DnD 5E Character Journal are listed below in reverse chronological order.

Promotion
Ginny Di – Thanks to Ginny Di for agreeing to work with me and spread the word about the Character Journal across the global D&D community (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter). I have huge respect for Ginny Di as a creator, and I'll be forever grateful that this promotion prompted the engagement of my first Outreach activity, making my products available for use by a school DnD club to support fledgling adventurers. 

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Wati the Wizard
Character artChevvah. Chevvah did such a great job with the prompts "gnome, Egyptian style with a weasel", Wati and Gagazet are adorable!
Backstory inspirationBetter Backstories cards by Jay. These cards are a great way to quickly build up a character backstory. Just draw a few cards and you'll
have tons of ideas! You can buy a set of cards, or buy PDFs and print them at home – that's right up my alley!

Wati the Wizard Journal Tour

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Julian Floros, Yrus of Lugon

Character Options including Background & Subclass – Mark Evegaars' The Lugon Project. The Lugon Project is an awesome world setting that Mark has been running adventures in for years. With a range of unique races
and new magic, alchemy and healing (poultice) systems, it has something for everyone!

Character artGarmonboziaart. Garmonboziaart did an excellent job of representing Julian's great beauty and his greatest shame, his discolored wings. ​​

Julian Floros, Yrus of Lugon Journal Tour

​​​Fíadh the Fighter

Character arts0ulafein. s0ulafein's iconic grayscale style was the perfect match for Fíadh's edgy personality.

Magic itemsAdavan's Armory. Adavan's Armory is a team of creators that make magic items of all shapes and sizes for the fun of the creation process. The items
Fíadh uses really fit her personality! 

Backstory inspirationBetter Backstories cards by Jay. These cards are a great way to quickly build up a character backstory. Just draw a few cards and you'll
have tons of ideas! You can buy a set of cards, or buy PDFs and print them at home – that's right up my alley!​

Fíadh the Fighter Journal Tour

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Brunhilde the Barbarian

Character artDalim.Ink. Dalim.Ink's cartoony style was great for taking the edge off of Brunhilde's appearance. She's a kind-hearted Half-Orc, after all!​​​​​

Brunhilde the Barbarian Journal Tour

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Wouter the Warlock

Character artokvl_artist. okvl_artist's colorful and mostly realistic style is great, and he did an excellent job of incorporating the Greek and Bacchus themes. I'm sure the quality of Wouter's art had an impact on the success of the first Kickstarter campaign for the Character Journal! 

Wouter the Warlock Journal Tour

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