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The Homebrewery

The Homebrewery is a tool for making authentic looking D&D content using only Markdown. Check it out here.

issues, suggestions, bugs

If you run into any issues using The Homebrewery, please submit an issue here.

local dev

The Homebrewery is open source, so feel free to clone it, tinker with it, or run your own local version.


  1. install node
  2. install mongodb

getting started

  1. clone it
  2. npm install
  3. npm build
  4. npm start

standalone PHB stylesheet

If you just want the stylesheet that is generated to make pages look like they are from the Player's Handbook, you will find it here.

If you are developing locally and would like to generate your own, follow the above steps and then run npm run phb.


You can check out the changelog here.


This project is licensed under MIT. Which means you are free to use The Homebrewery in any way that you want, except for claiming that you made it yourself.

If you wish to sell or in some way gain profit for what's created on this site, it's your responsibility to ensure you have the proper licenses/rights for any images or resources used.

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