Here are some useful web sites that I have ran across over the last couple of years. Perhaps you will find some of these useful as well.
ORC PUB version 2. Here you will find an excellent set of tools. These include a Character Builder, Race Builder, Background Builder, Spells, Monsters, Items, Combat Tracker, Encounter Builder, Monster Builder, Spell Builder, Feat Builder, Class Builder and more.
This is a Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition Encounter Calculator.
This is a good 5e Random Generator. It has traps, treasure, lots of different items, magic and downtime events.
Redkat’s 5E D&D Tools also has a great set of random generators.
This is a good 5th edition SRD (System Reference Document).
These are rules that I find very useful for Converting D&D3.5 Monsters to 5e
I found a lot of excellent resources on this donjon site.
Merric’s Musings has an excellent list of Dungeons & Dragons 5E Adventures by Level
I haven’t use this NPC Generator, but it looks like it could be useful.
Here is another spell list. It is great at allowing you to sort this list in many different ways.
Create your own document. This allows you to create beautiful documents that look very professional and very D&D like. It requires a steep learning curve, but the final results can be fantastic.
For background music – here is an excellent playlist for Dungeons and Dragons provided by MightyBenj.
Here is an encounter builder by the Kobold Fight Club.
Here are some great DnD 5e Monster Cards by Almega-3 on DeviantArt.
Speaking of Monster Cards. Not a pretty, but here you can customize and print out what you need.
Here is a “create your own RPG cards” site.
Need an interactive map of Faerun?
I’ll finish this list with a reference page I found useful. All About Scales.
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Thanks for posting this. Its my turn to DM again as we finish our last adventure.
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The given set of tools are very helpful for me, because i was finding the same tools, that you have mentioned in your blog. Thanks for sharing.
I am glad thet you are finding some of these useful, so do I.