Feel free to PM me about anything here. I always welcome critiques or praise (yes my ego knows no bounds). If the thread has died, PM me and I'll try and get it where it won't be necromancy. Also since it got too big for a single post: Here is Expanded Sig Part 2 - GiantITP Regulars as Sig Bloat.
True Dragons: Over 100 and counting; 3, and 1 unfinished last I knew by other contributors. Includes a few non-true dragon creatures.
Expanded Dragonblood: Lots of dragonblooded races, new breeds of half-dragons, new draconic feats, and new aspects for dragonborn.
Mundus Primordialis: Expanding the fluff of the Inner Planes; all mechanics listed are 3.5 but hopefully could be used with 2e easily enough (as most of the mechanics are just attempts to update 2e ones). Some stuff by LOTRfan as well.
The Three Worlds: My brain child setting; always a work in progress (once I'm off my current homebrew kick I might finish writing up halfling fluff).
Pseudoelemental Plane of Force: A fluff request that spawned a project.
Races of the Three Worlds: A collection of races, and subraces from a two year campaign.
The Beshadowed: Pseudo-undead elves.
Fjolkir: Spell immune earth fey.
Yamabito: Naturally initiating human subrace.
Heroic Warrior A fighter fix I haven't disowned.
Mage an attempt at a nerfed wizard.
Water Druid: Alternate druid spell list for those limited to Core/SRD.
Musketeer: Light armored Knight variant.
Sublime Monk: Monk with maneuvers.
The Sacred Healer+: Channeling life energy.
Daggerstrike Adept: the master of using daggers in combat.
Wildwood Knight (Original): Fey themed ToB.
Beast Tamer: A master of pets.
Awakened Champion (Original): The hero eternal awakened to his role; a versatile class with a bit of everything, though a martial leaning.
Form Shifter+: Shapeshifting base class (aimed at high tier, think it failed somewhat and needs an overhaul).Disowned.
Protean Adept: The Adept to the Form Shifter's Cleric... or Warrior to Form Shifter's Fighter.Disowned.
Countermage: Specialist in abjuration and divination magic.
Argent Blade: A warrior who mixes sublime techniques and spells.
Morphic Claw: A martial artist who shapes his very body into an entire arsenal.
Runebound Knight*: A warrior who bound his soul to the service of the archons and the forces of Law and Good in exchange for power.
Luck Blessed: A guile hero blessed by luck beyond their skill.
Dragon Knight: A dragon themed spellsword.
Dragon Chorister: Singer of the draconic songs of creation.
Kyodai: Aka Giant Hero, a class which becomes kaiju sized to fight evil and defend the weak (or to crush cities and conquer kingdoms, I didn't give an alignment restriction).
Courtier: A noble/ruler/dilettante class hopefully actually worth using in a game.
Incarnation: A god made flesh, the avatar of an established god, the nascent mortal god-body of a god to be, a dead god given one chance at resurrection. A demigod hero in the classical sense, a replacement for Favored Soul, a mortal whose perfection pushes them into godhood. All these are possible.
Werewolf: Because sometimes you just want to play a werewolf.
Dream Crafter: Turning the stuff of dreams into sword, shield, and magic trinkets.
Jinnblood: Elemental invocation users; Base Class Contest winner.
Tall Tale: Uses skills in larger than life ways to hide from death, swim through the air, and dance through combat.
Vestige Priest: Binds vestiges to gain spellcasting.
Jedi: Because I don't know why just because.
Intoxicanter*: Channels the power of booze into debilitating touches and an aura of drunkenness; Winner of the Booze themed Base Class Challenge, will be given Alchemical/Plague related adaptations for more serious games.
Animator*: Uses the power of creativity to paint creatures into existence and the world to match their whims.
Doomsayer*: Gifted, or cursed, with whispers of the end of times, they speak the words of the final hours of reality to bring about the end of days or to prevent it, channeling a specific path of apocalypse, a means by which the world will end.
Ruin Delver: Skill monkey which can augment allies' skills and do a little of everything.
Dragonsoul Acolyte: Tapping into the power of dragons long dead and yet unborn, a champion which takes on the aspects of dragons and gains a hint of their versatile magical power. A class I fail horribly at summing up (feel free to suggest better ways).
Wonder: A conduit of pure magic, able to shape it into almost any spell as they so desire. Fewer spells than a wizard, but more spells known than you can shake a wand at.
Theurge: An arcane-divine base class, intended to play with the big boys.
Simic Biomancer: In case the name doesn't say it, a Magic the Gathering based spellcasting class which uses a combination of spells, summons, grafts, and evolutions.
Simic Initiate: A graft using martial combatant; with a sublime variant.
Fiendpact Medium: A mortal who has the essence of a fiend in their soul.
Princess: The fairest in the land, protected by beauty and able to turn the world to her will with her songs.
Paragon: Wield the magic of Good itself. Fixed list goodie two-shoes divine caster.
Gnostic: Pragmatically utilize and controlling alignment (yours and others') for fun and profit.
Whisper: Stealthy rogue-types forgotten by reality.
Freelancer: Final Fantasy Job System in a class.
Fury Medium: Raging warrior who commands spirits to work magic.
Form Shifter: Invocation wielding master of many forms.
Moonborn: A class of shifting roles which change with the moon.
Elvish Exemplar: Elf the base class.
Goetic Knight: Warrior who binds vestiges into objects.
Contractor: A mixed/combined Warlock/Binder base class.
Werewolf Paragon: A paragon class for werewolves.
Aura Guardian: So you can play Lucario in D&D.
Storm Swordsman: A storm themed warrior.
Defiler of Athas: Some love for Dark Sun.
Seal Knight: An elemental themed knight, defending the world from plane hopping illithids.
Unseelie Chancellor: A druid-warlock theurge class.
Divine Savant: A divine version of the Ultimate Magus.
Dragonfire Mage: Sorcerer/Dragonfire Adept Theurge.
Hundserkr: Blink dog warriors.
Argent Mind: Psions who are spiritually bound with wolves.
Fang of Split Souls: Spellswords who fight as one with their familiars. For if you ever wanted a familiar that could use Mountain Hammer.
Thorkir: A not serious dwarf PrC whose beard defends them.
Bolverk Runecraft: A campaign specific dwarf enchanter PrC.
Thief of Tales: A master thief with the skills that legends are born from; stealer of voices, souls, buffs, and knights' worn full-plate.
Transcendent Shifter: Mastering Wild Shape and building off of Master of Many Forms.
Fist of Fury: Unarmed barbarian PrC whose rage lets them grapple ghosts.
Pan-Disciplinary Adept: A psionicist who studies each of the 6 disciplines in depth learning their powers and mastering their interplay.
Oracle of the Bottle: A magical drunken master.
Greensteel Infiltrator: A diabolic corrupter and infiltration.
Spireknight: A warrior who uses knowledge of the Spire to combat magic and outsiders.
Hellpact Initiate: Warlock-Binder theurge with a diabolic bend.
Aberrant Shepherd: Aberrant druids with aberration companions.
Snow Shepherd: Rangers (or others) who venture forth into the Frostburn to save those lost in the icy night.
Soulcrafter: Dwarves who emulate their god in his ultimate creation... of souls.
Blooded Hunter: Aberration blooded warriors who hunt their own inhuman ancestors.
Secrets Thief: A spy and assassin which can steal the deepest held secrets and even the memories of their targets.
Everspell Mage: A mage who learns to preserve their magic for eternity.
Mage of Pearl and Horn: Sleep/dreams based caster.
Kensai of Three Storms: A master of elemental maneuvers, balancing fire, ice, and lightning.
Jack of Blades: A sublime Prestige Class for Tall Tales, exaggerating the Sublime Way.
Final Fantasy Tactics Advanced (FFTA) Fighter A swordsman inspired by FFTA.
Knight of Tir fo Thuinn A knight of the Seelie Court.
Snake Slayer: Hunter of Yuan-ti and serpentine monsters.
Mystic Traveler: Teleportation PrC.
Raven Lord: A mage who builds upon their connection to corvid-kind.
Heaven Blooded Mage: A mage whose magic is born of archon blood.
Elan Exemplar: An exemplary paragon of the elan species.
Nova Blast Mage: Extreme masters of evocation and spells of mass destruction.
Proselyte of Death: Undead warrior of a death cult.
Shepherd of Death: Necromancer who raises undead armies.
Dragoon: FF PrC.
Hematomancer: Blood mage.
Disciple of Yog-Sothoth: Arcanist servant of Yog-Sothoth.
Mask of Nyarlathotep: Face stealing servant of the Crawling Chaos.
Thrall of Shub-Niggurath: Pseudo-druidic servant of Shub-Niggurath. 15 level PrC.
Thrall of Cthulhu: Psionic priest of Cthulhu.
Player in Yellow: Servant of the King in Yellow and actor of plays of madness.
Proselyte of Death: Undead creature who has embraced killing and dedicated themselves religiously to death.
Eldritch Contractor: Binder-Warlock theurge PrC.
Grenadier: Grenade-like weapon specialist.
Crow Court Knight: Mortal assassin for the Fae Courts.
Spells from the Wyvern's Roost: Spells I made during a 2 year long campaign. About 19 new spells I think.
Fey themed domains and spells
Laughing Tentacles: A spell every mad conjurer ought to have.
Random Spells from a game I am in
Spells for Thrall: Spells for cultists of the Great Old Ones.
Ommadon's Heads of the Dark Dragon: An homage to one of the great animated movies of the 80s.
Lords of the Nine
Pacts of Possession: Fiends (non-arch) as vestiges.
To Boldly Bind What No Man Has Bound Before: Thinly disguised Kirk and Spock as vestiges.
Lord Vader: Darth Vader as a vestige.
Jormund the Comatose God: An injured draconic deity whose dream can be bound as a vestige.
Nykthog the Shadow that Lives: The cast off mortality of an ascended dragon god.
Horror (Film) Vestiges: Ashley "Ash" Williams, Xenomorphs, the Thing, and Christopher Lee as vestiges.
The Loving Dead: 'Vestige' of loved ones lost but still remembered.
Jhakara Who Gambled and Won: A chance based vestige.
A Collection of Invocations: Invocations originally for others of my base classes converted for Warlock use.
2 new Planar Dragons
Hierarch Modrons: Cause I didn't like the ones I could find free on the net.
Badlands Dwarves: Savage, evil dwarves.
90 New True Dragons and other draconic creatures
Beasts from a Mad Mage's Lab
Made by Mad Mages: Because I have a thing for mad mages.
Bestiary of the Three Worlds
Made by a Mad Alhoon: Illithid based monsters.
New from the Makers of Owlbears: More monsters from mad mages.
Spiders Spiders Everywhere! A Clutter of Spider Creatures: I think the name says it.
Updated Beholder Kin: A few beholderkin (and a Lensmen Paragon class) updated from 2e (MM and Spelljammer MC Appendix I... I think all are found in both).
Monsters of Force: Monsters of the Pseudoelemental Plane of Force.
Necrobotany: Undead plants and fey.
Scarecrow Golem: Low level golem.
Jack o' the Harvest: Genius loci, fay god-being of the Harvest.
Plague Golem: A golem made of diseases.
Elder Cat: 100 year old cat awakened to sapience and power, and able to take a Wizard as a familiar.
Dread Fiddler: Skeleton template, musical undead.
Living Graveyard: Dungeon as a monster, monster as a dungeon.
Meatdoll: Doll made from human flesh and charged with protecting the creator's children.
Corpse Hound: An undead hound driven by vengeance.
Jack o' the Pumpkin Patch: A protecting house faerie which lives in a pumpkin.
Cat Swarm: A swarm of cats.
Tumoral Ancestor: Symbiotic tumor instilled with the sometimes life hijacking spirit of an ancestor.
Sprite, Face Stealer: A sprite that loves to steal faces and wear them as masks.
B Grade Movie Monsters: Giant shrews, gila monsters, and blood drinking plant-men.
Frightening Fiends: Devil and Demon of Fear.
Half-lich: Child of a lich and a mortal (squick), child of a woman who made herself into a lich while pregnant (squick), or person who messed up turning themselves into a lich.
New Devotion Feats
Battle Healer: Cast Cure spells as swift actions.
Feats from the College of War Magic Feats for large scale conflicts, and small scale ones too.
Vestige's Maneuver: Gain a maneuver as a granted ability when binding a favored vestige.
Master of his Weapon: Weapon Focus/Weapon Specialization fix which ballooned out and now has at least 10 new feats.
Some Sublime Feats Exactly what it says on the tin.
So I heard you like Teleportation: 2 new Teleportation themed feats.
Some Random New Feats
Some New Vile Feats
Some New Exalted Feats
A Cat is a Wizard's Best Friend: Or I like Familiars. Familiar feats and a flaw and a spell.
Caroling Feats For your inner yuletide caroler.
Tea Feats Because tea makes us civilized.
Variations on a Theme - Skill Focus: Variant skill focus feats.
To Serve the Ancient Ones: Feats for servants of Lovecraftian elder beings.
Feats (and Flaws) of Fear: Fear themed feats.
Fey themed domains and spells
Inner Planes Domain
Soul Lantern: A jack o' lantern that can trap a soul.
March Martial Madness (Index)
Star Dream (Original): Fey-themed martial combat.
Lunar Spirit: Abjuration based discipline.
Protean Hunter: Shapeshifting discipline.
Feral Hunger: Natural weapons discipline.
The Edge of Apocalypse: Wield the powers of final annihilation and the black winds of the end of days.
Arcane Techniques: An attempt at making an arcane discipline. Check it out, and tell me if it should be continued.
Crushing Avalanche: A discipline of ice, cold, and the weight of glaciers.
Flashing Lightning: A discipline of thunder, lightning, and the speed to rule the battlefield.
Jeering Monkey: A discipline of mobility and theft.
Darting Viper: Emulating the venomous viper you deliver debilitating strikes at the least opportunity.
Crone's Hex: Drawing upon the magical nature of hags, and your own dark emotions, you perform a variety of sublime hex and cursing strikes.
Dual Discipline Maneuvers: Not actually a new discipline but maneuvers combining the various paths of the Nine Swords (official disciplines).
Fingers of Death (9th level maneuver) Minor expansion to Shadow Hand and/or Darting Viper.
Eldritch Rain: Eldritch Blast discipline.
The Hewn Tree: Oh I'm a lumberjack and that's ok.
Adamant Eagle: Bodyguard discipline.
The Grown Blade: Terra-forming Discipline.
The Perfected Style of the Grand Court: Knowledge (Nobility) based disciple of arrogant elitist elves.
Nycthog: Dragon god of shadow.
Jormund: God of all Meta-Dragons.
Thilgrim: Dragon god of winter.
Immediate Action Options: Feats, ACF, Skill Options and more for mostly Tier 4 and 5 classes.
The Hungry Dead: PC options for ghouls.