A Fantasy World Conquered by Evil
What is Farland? One of the most immersive D&D campaign settings around.
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.
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....
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. Then look at the "Players" link, which will give you rules information for your game. 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.