A Fantasy World Conquered by Evil

What is Farland? One of the most immersive D&D campaign settings around.

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The World of Farland is a meticulously mapped and detailed campaign setting designed to be used with the Fifth Edition of the world's most popular Roleplaying game, Dungeons & Dragons®. Farland has a detailed history spanning many millenia, providing a rich, realistic backdrop that many campaign settings lack. Every clue and detail that players discover will lead them to further, nearly limitless aspects of the world, providing an immersive gaming experience. And now you can download digital books so that you have all of your Farland content in one place! You can get the World of Farland Players Guide here, and the World of Farland Gamemasters Handbook and World of Farland Campaign Setting compendium are coming soon.

What sets it apart? It's ruled by evil.

Farland is a world that has been conquered by evil. It has been sundered into seven kingdoms, each ruled by an evil lord who personifies one of the seven deadly sins. These beings, called the Seven Deadly Lords or the Lords of Sin, hold the land in a dark grasp. In the conquered kingdoms, the Lords of Sin enslaved the population and made their primary activity in life the glorification of the Dark God Vornoth. Farland is an evil place, but take heart, for not all is lost-- light glimmers in the West. A rebellion has broken out, and several kingdoms have been freed, although they are teetering on the brink of collapse, and all out war with the dark powers is looming....

What is this site for? It's a resource for your D&D game.

On this site, you'll find roleplaying resources such as adventures, class paths and features, feats, magic items, NPCs, spells, and much more. To use this website, you will need the Players Handbook, Monster Manual, and Dungeon Masters Guide, published by Wizards of the Coast. Farland is primarily a free resource for people's pen and paper RPG games, although there are now online games at our host Myth-Weavers. You can set your roleplaying campaign in Farland. And better yet, Farland is updated often, usually on the 15th of every month, so bookmark or check back. You can also follow us on Twitter.

How do I use this site? Start with "Setting" and "Players."

Look at the menu below the banner. Start by checking out the "Setting" link, which will give you details about the campaign setting, including its geography, history, populations of people, and even its metaphysics. Then look at the "Players" link, which will give you rules information for your game, including original options for races, classes, magic items, and more. After that, you'll want to use the links in the top menu from left to right. If you have other questions, check out our more extensive FAQ. If you are new to Dungeons & Dragons® or to roleplaying, start here.

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This is a lot of content! Can I get PDF books? Now you can!

The fans demanded it, so we delivered! Now you can download digital books so that you have all of your Farland content in one place, accessible at your fingertips even when you aren't online. Plus, our new publications contain exclusive content not available on the website! You can get the World of Farland Players Guide here; it contains original Farland races, class options, background and customization material, equipment, spells, a players' map, and more!

Plus, the World of Farland Gamemasters Handbook and World of Farland Campaign Setting compendium are coming soon. The Gamemasters Handbook will contain all of the rules you need to GM in the World of Farland, such as monsters, injuries, magic items, NPCs, secrets of the World, and more. The setting compendium will contain details about the world, including geography, populations of peoples, history, pantheon, maps, and more. Keep your eye out for these!

What if I play D&D but I don't play 5th Edition? Farland has you covered.

There is also a version of Farland that uses the 3.5 Edition rules and the 4th Edition rules. Both of these sites have a long history on the web, and both are every bit as detailed as the 5E site, although only the 5e site is updated.