A worldbuilding project and setting for 5th edition Dungeons and Dragons. Created by Brandy-Draws!

NOTICE: The Cycle of Ioraz website is currently under construction! Many links are going to lead nowhere for a while, so please pardon my dust :•}

ALSO if you play D&D with me let me know before you start poking around- don't want you to spoil any surprises for yourself!

UPDATE 4/22: aka "hey brandy, where the hell have you been?"

Image ID: A pixellated drawing of the author. It shows a peice of paper taped to a cactus, with a wobbly smiley face drawn on the paper. End ID

About the DM

Hello! My name is Brandy, and I'm the creator of the Ioraz campaign setting! I've been playing D&D for almost 6 years, starting at the age of 13 - and I've been creating homebrew content for the game since the beginning. Ioraz specifically is a setting I've been working on for about 3 years, through a series of trial run campaigns and repeated iterations.

I'm a worldbuilder above all else, so I've created this website to help organize and share what I've made so far. I plan on updating this site at least once a week, to add new articles or update old ones; depending on how things go this schedule may change in the future.

Got any questions about the world? Let me know! It helps me to keep motivated and lets me know people care about my work :•}

Content Warnings

This is a setting for D&D 5E, and so discussions of game-typical violence and dark subject matters should be expected. The Ioraz setting in particular is heavily focused on themes of blurring belief with reality. In addition, this site makes heavy usage of artbreeder, neural blender, and other AI generated images. People who are sensitive to unreality, AI generated images, and other similar content should be cautious when navigating this site.

If you're interested in exploring the site but have a specific trigger, squick, or phobia you're concerned might come up on the site, feel free to reach out to me in an ask or DM. I'll try my best to give you a heads up on which articles or sections to avoid.