Sacred Oath: Oath of Liberty

As we wrap up our first series of paladins, today we introduce the Oath of Liberty, a paladin who seeks to liberate others and offer them hope in times of oppression. If you’re looking to play a paladin that is awesome at crowd control and teamwork, this is the character for you. The suggestion for this subclass comes from DnDurken (@DnDurken), a frequent ally of … Continue reading Sacred Oath: Oath of Liberty

Sorcerous Origin: Beguiler

I’m proud to present, at long last, my take on beguiler. Though I deviated a bit from the original concept in 3.5, I think I made something that I am a little bit more… enchanted with. Let me know what you guys think! If you excuse me, I kind of want to start planning a Mastermind Rogue/Beguiler Sorcerer now. Art by Eric Dechamps, Wizards of … Continue reading Sorcerous Origin: Beguiler

Warlock Patron: The Lunar Guide

At long last, after some delay, I present to you a patron that was voted for on Twitter; you guys wanted a Moon Warlock, so I wrote one! I used several themes found in previous editions of D&D as well as incorporating small nods to varying myths surrounding the moon, such as polymorph (lycanthropy) as well as actual science reflected by spells such as control … Continue reading Warlock Patron: The Lunar Guide

Roguish Archetype: Invisible Blade

The Invisible Blade is a concept that has been near and dear to me since I first started DMing the 3rd edition of Dungeons and Dragons back in 2013. My best friend Andy (@DM_Starhelm) played an Invisible Blade and he used it in some of the coolest, most cinematic ways, and I have been hoping to recapture that ever since we switched to 5e. Therefore … Continue reading Roguish Archetype: Invisible Blade

Druid Circle: Circle of Stars

This past week, you guys voted for a Star and Astrology themed Druid. I am very happy to introduce to you the Circle of the Stars Druid! Let me know what you think in the comments or on Twitter! Art: Starfall– Chris Rahn, Wizards of the Coast Druid Circle: Circle of Stars Circle of the Stars Druids, often referred to astrologists, are druids who read … Continue reading Druid Circle: Circle of Stars

Monastic Tradition: Way of the Black Asp

If you want a monk that specializes in poisons, are you in for a treat! I am really excited to bring this monastic tradition to you guys! Ever since I created an NPC monk style villain in my D&D game, I was really interested in creating this subclass.  I’ll admit, Monks are a tricky subclass to write for, but I am pretty confident in this … Continue reading Monastic Tradition: Way of the Black Asp

Arcane Tradition: Magus

I revamped the Magus almost entirely. You’ll notice that it takes one of its first features from Eldritch Knight and it’s last feature from Valor Bard, but the two core features that make them stand out will do most of the talking for you with a new elemental themed chassis. Enjoy! Arcane Tradition: Magus Also known as spellswords or sword mages, magi are known for … Continue reading Arcane Tradition: Magus