The Alchemist is an INT based caster who uses formulae instead of conventional spells. They require preparation, but cast quickly when needed (usually by drinking a mixture). He learns these formulae similar to the way a wizard learns spells, but he has spell slots like a warlock. He supplements these abilities with Alchemical Esoteries (special abilities and tricks he discovers as he advances in... [click here for more]
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This is an alternate version of the original 5e Death domain for clerics. It is intended for use with neutral deities who personify the natural aspects of death as it comes to all mortals rather than the scheming, evil corruptor type as presented in the DMG.
These deities, such as the Raven Queen, Kelemvor, Anubis, etc. tend to abhor the... [click here for more]
UPDATE 12/8/16 - version 1.1 released. Corrected domain spell list and clarified Fate Foretold.
This is a fully developed domain option for the cleric class in 5e D&D. The Fate domain centers around understanding the master plan that underlies all of reality, achieving foreknowledge of events before they happen, and using the gifts of prophecy and prescience to guide a party of adventurers... [click here for more]
The Luck domain is a new cleric domain for 5e D&D. Servants of luck gods have powers, spells, and abilities which allow them to alter probability to help allies and hinder foes. Meticulously balanced to fit in seamlessly with existing official D&D content.
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The Alchemist - a full class with 4 archetypes... [click here for more]
This is intended to serve as a primer for new players to get a casual explanation about the different kind of magic users and how their magic works in a very short, very basic explanation. This is introductory material for new players to get them more comfortable with caster classes through understanding them and how their magic works. It is written in a very conversational style, and should be accessible... [click here for more]