Kyle Hall is creating Tabletop Gaming Content
20
patrons
$97
per month
Game designer who enjoys creating homebrew content for others to freely use in their tabletop RPG games. Mostly I focus on creating content for the 5th Edition of Dungeons & Dragons, usually based on other pop-culture phenomena. My current largest product is creating free 5e D&D content based loosely on the cards found in the popular game Magic: the Gathering.

In addition to posting the content that I create, I'll also be including more in-depth looks at my creative thought process behind many of them, including why I make certain decisions over others.

Occasionally I do create content for other games, mostly when enough people make requests for what they're hoping to see.
Tiers
Starting Adventurer
$1 or more per month

My Starter Tier- if you want to support me and get some cool content, but don't have a large budget, this Tier is perfect for you. This tier gets you:


  • One Homebrew Commission Slot each month, where I make any homebrew request you'd like to see, as long as it's a magic item or spell.
  • A vote in the weekly "Patron's Choice" survey, where I take all sorts of things from pop-culture (Magic: the Gathering, Dark Souls, Elder Scrolls, Kingdom Hearts, etc.) and reimagine them as statblocks, items, and spells for 5th Edition D&D.
  •  One vote in the "Supporter Set Survey", a survey used to determine which Magic: the Gathering set Patrons want converted next to D&D 5e.
Bounty Hunter
$5 or more per month

One step up from the Starter Tier, this Tier lets you pay a little bit more to get some additional benefits not found at the $1 Tier, notably better Homebrew Commission benefits. As a Bounty Hunter, you will get:


  • All the same benefits given to lower Tiers.
  • One Homebrew Commission Slot each month, where I make any homebrew request that you'd like to see. This can be a spell, magic item, or monster (stats only, no lore).
  • Access to Beta Builds of all my Homebrew Compendiums, created each time I finish converting 1/3 of a Magic: the Gathering set, or enough content from another franchise, which allows you to give me feedback to improve my work prior to the final release.
  •  Three votes in the "Supporter Set Survey" instead of one, a survey used to determine which Magic: the Gathering set Patrons want converted next to D&D 5e. 
Dungeon Delver
$10 or more per month

Dungeon Delvers are a step up from even Bounty Hunters, offering a host of benefits for anyone who wants to help support me and my content creation even further. All Dungeon Delvers at this Tier get:


  • All benefits given to lower Tiers.
  • One Homebrew Commission Slot each month, where I make any homebrew request that you'd like to see. At this level you can request a magic item, spell, player subrace, or monster (which includes both stats and lore).
  • Three votes in the "Supporter Set Survey" instead of two, a survey used to determine which Magic: the Gathering set Patrons want converted next to D&D 5e.
Town Hero
$15 or more per month

Town Heroes sit near the top of the Tier listing, getting access to a number of benefits. One you're a Town Hero, your monthly benefits include:


  • All benefits given to lower Tiers.
  • Two Homebrew Commission Slots each month instead of one, where I make any homebrew request that you'd like to see. At this level you can request a spell, magic item, player subrace, or monster. Monster requested at this level come with your choice of three adventure seeds, or three lair actions.
  • Alternatively, you can use both commission slots to request a full player race (two subraces automatically included), or a single subclass.
  • Four votes in the "Supporter Set Survey" instead of three, a survey used to determine which Magic: the Gathering set Patrons want converted next to D&D 5e. 
City Savior
$25 or more per month

The top of the adventurer crop (for now), City Saviors are my elite supporters, getting the full suite of benefits offered to every Tier below this one, but just a little bit better, such as:


  • All benefits given to lower Tiers.
  • Three Homebrew Commission Slots each month instead of two, where I make any homebrew request that you'd like to see. The rules for this are the same as the rules for the Town Hero tier except that monsters automatically come with both adventure seeds and lair actions.
  • You can also choose to trade all three commission slots for a single player class, with three automatically included subclasses.
  • Five votes in the "Supporter Set Survey" instead of four, a survey used to determine which Magic: the Gathering set Patrons want converted next to D&D 5e. 
Planar Patron
$100 or more per month only 1 left

The Ultimate Tier, limited (currently) to only one incredibly-exclusive Patron. What you're doing at this tier I have no idea, but you must really love my content, and that sort of dedication deserves an incredible reward:


  • All benefits given to lower Tiers.
  • SIX Homebrew Commission Slots each month instead of three, where I make any homebrew request that you'd like to see. The rules for these slots function the same as those for the City Savior tier.
  • Being a Planar Patron gives you immediate benefits, and when you first sign up for this Tier, you get a one-time special Commission bonus. In addition to your normal monthly Homebrew Commissions, the first month you're charged after joining this Tier, you get an additional: 


--(5) Magic items

--(2) Monsters

--And (1) Subrace


  • Planar Patrons never die. If you're a Planar Patron, you get a lifelong Patron Membership. Even if you change your Tier later, as long as you remain a Patron, you get one additional Homebrew Commission every month, on top of whatever else your Tier guarantees for you.
  • Ten votes in the "Supporter Set Survey" instead of five, a survey used to determine which Magic: the Gathering set Patrons want converted next to D&D 5e.  
Game designer who enjoys creating homebrew content for others to freely use in their tabletop RPG games. Mostly I focus on creating content for the 5th Edition of Dungeons & Dragons, usually based on other pop-culture phenomena. My current largest product is creating free 5e D&D content based loosely on the cards found in the popular game Magic: the Gathering.

In addition to posting the content that I create, I'll also be including more in-depth looks at my creative thought process behind many of them, including why I make certain decisions over others.

Occasionally I do create content for other games, mostly when enough people make requests for what they're hoping to see.

Recent posts by Kyle Hall

Tiers
Starting Adventurer
$1 or more per month

My Starter Tier- if you want to support me and get some cool content, but don't have a large budget, this Tier is perfect for you. This tier gets you:


  • One Homebrew Commission Slot each month, where I make any homebrew request you'd like to see, as long as it's a magic item or spell.
  • A vote in the weekly "Patron's Choice" survey, where I take all sorts of things from pop-culture (Magic: the Gathering, Dark Souls, Elder Scrolls, Kingdom Hearts, etc.) and reimagine them as statblocks, items, and spells for 5th Edition D&D.
  •  One vote in the "Supporter Set Survey", a survey used to determine which Magic: the Gathering set Patrons want converted next to D&D 5e.
Bounty Hunter
$5 or more per month

One step up from the Starter Tier, this Tier lets you pay a little bit more to get some additional benefits not found at the $1 Tier, notably better Homebrew Commission benefits. As a Bounty Hunter, you will get:


  • All the same benefits given to lower Tiers.
  • One Homebrew Commission Slot each month, where I make any homebrew request that you'd like to see. This can be a spell, magic item, or monster (stats only, no lore).
  • Access to Beta Builds of all my Homebrew Compendiums, created each time I finish converting 1/3 of a Magic: the Gathering set, or enough content from another franchise, which allows you to give me feedback to improve my work prior to the final release.
  •  Three votes in the "Supporter Set Survey" instead of one, a survey used to determine which Magic: the Gathering set Patrons want converted next to D&D 5e. 
Dungeon Delver
$10 or more per month

Dungeon Delvers are a step up from even Bounty Hunters, offering a host of benefits for anyone who wants to help support me and my content creation even further. All Dungeon Delvers at this Tier get:


  • All benefits given to lower Tiers.
  • One Homebrew Commission Slot each month, where I make any homebrew request that you'd like to see. At this level you can request a magic item, spell, player subrace, or monster (which includes both stats and lore).
  • Three votes in the "Supporter Set Survey" instead of two, a survey used to determine which Magic: the Gathering set Patrons want converted next to D&D 5e.
Town Hero
$15 or more per month

Town Heroes sit near the top of the Tier listing, getting access to a number of benefits. One you're a Town Hero, your monthly benefits include:


  • All benefits given to lower Tiers.
  • Two Homebrew Commission Slots each month instead of one, where I make any homebrew request that you'd like to see. At this level you can request a spell, magic item, player subrace, or monster. Monster requested at this level come with your choice of three adventure seeds, or three lair actions.
  • Alternatively, you can use both commission slots to request a full player race (two subraces automatically included), or a single subclass.
  • Four votes in the "Supporter Set Survey" instead of three, a survey used to determine which Magic: the Gathering set Patrons want converted next to D&D 5e. 
City Savior
$25 or more per month

The top of the adventurer crop (for now), City Saviors are my elite supporters, getting the full suite of benefits offered to every Tier below this one, but just a little bit better, such as:


  • All benefits given to lower Tiers.
  • Three Homebrew Commission Slots each month instead of two, where I make any homebrew request that you'd like to see. The rules for this are the same as the rules for the Town Hero tier except that monsters automatically come with both adventure seeds and lair actions.
  • You can also choose to trade all three commission slots for a single player class, with three automatically included subclasses.
  • Five votes in the "Supporter Set Survey" instead of four, a survey used to determine which Magic: the Gathering set Patrons want converted next to D&D 5e. 
Planar Patron
$100 or more per month only 1 left

The Ultimate Tier, limited (currently) to only one incredibly-exclusive Patron. What you're doing at this tier I have no idea, but you must really love my content, and that sort of dedication deserves an incredible reward:


  • All benefits given to lower Tiers.
  • SIX Homebrew Commission Slots each month instead of three, where I make any homebrew request that you'd like to see. The rules for these slots function the same as those for the City Savior tier.
  • Being a Planar Patron gives you immediate benefits, and when you first sign up for this Tier, you get a one-time special Commission bonus. In addition to your normal monthly Homebrew Commissions, the first month you're charged after joining this Tier, you get an additional: 


--(5) Magic items

--(2) Monsters

--And (1) Subrace


  • Planar Patrons never die. If you're a Planar Patron, you get a lifelong Patron Membership. Even if you change your Tier later, as long as you remain a Patron, you get one additional Homebrew Commission every month, on top of whatever else your Tier guarantees for you.
  • Ten votes in the "Supporter Set Survey" instead of five, a survey used to determine which Magic: the Gathering set Patrons want converted next to D&D 5e.