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Adventurous Archetypes, Vol. 1

Adventurous Archetypes, Vol. 1


Set out on new adventures with Adventurous Archetypes! Inside, you'll find 12 new archetypes, one for every class in the Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition Player's Handbook! The Path of the Wildfire grants your barbarian the ability to channel their inner fire into unarmed combat! The College of Beasts is for bards who like to surround themselves with trained...   [click here for more]
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Those Who Wander: Ranger Options

Those Who Wander: Ranger Options


Need more range out of your rangers? This book has four archetypes that take the class in different directions, from over-the-top to down-to-earth. The Dragoon is a ranger that makes a pact with a dragon in order to gain their power. The Exorcist is a ranger that learns holy powers to drive out invaders from other planes The Lawman is a ranger that maintains the balance of civilization. The...   [click here for more]
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Rogue Ones- Roguish Archetypes

Rogue Ones- Roguish Archetypes


While rogues might be bound by a set of skills and a general avoidance of the law, there are many variations on the theme. Inside this pack you will find five Roguish archetypes- the Minion, a rogue who takes advantage of not standing out. the Performer, a rogue who tricks even wizards into thinking they can cast magic. the Specialist, a rogue with more militant training than most. the Time-Thief,...   [click here for more]
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Amazons

Amazons


Mythical warriors, the Amazons are renowned for their strength and beauty. They are presented here as a racial option for players to use, with a fantasy twist to their origins to make them feel more at home in the realms of Dungeons and Dragons! ...   [click here for more]
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Fairy Tale Races

Fairy Tale Races


LOOKING FOR A LITTLE STORYBOOK FLAIR? Many fairy tales speak of beasts as if they are people, or people as if they are beasts. Fantasy often blurs these boundaries as well, so for any fantasy that draws on fairy tale themes, I present a collection of races and subraces for consideration. Inside, you will find the following races for D&D 5th Edition: Changelings, fey creatures...   [click here for more]
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Bard College: College of Dance

Bard College: College of Dance


Bards of the College of Dance seek to master their own bodies. Far more athletic than most, they seek out styles of dance from around the world and combine them into their own routines in order to impress others. Many such dances they learn are also based in the same martial arts that monks learn, making these bards deadly even when unarmed and unarmored- a situation they are not unfamiliar with. Inside:...   [click here for more]
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Ranger Archetype: The Dragoon

Ranger Archetype: The Dragoon


Whether they're riding, protecting, or slaying dragons, rangers seem to be linked to these creatures by fate. Some take it a step further, and make a pact to gain a dragon's power for their own- transforming into a powerful warrior known as a Dragoon. Pictured in the preview cover image: An elf dragoon, channeling their draconic poison through their bow, and a tortle dragoon, channeling their draconic...   [click here for more]
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Monastic Tradition: Way of the Hundred Hands

Monastic Tradition: Way of the Hundred Hands


Monks of the Way of the Hundred Hands focus on their inner spirtuality to a great extent, and learn to manifest their ki into constructs shaped like their own arms. They use these arms to achieve tasks with their bare hands that others could not, and they put their trust into cooperation with others- after all, two pairs of arms are better than one, no matter whose arms they are. Inside: Way...   [click here for more]
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