All necromancers wield the power of death, but a few balance the hungry darkness of negative energy with the powers of life. Whether they are truly manipulating positive energy or just simulating its effects, these necromancers of light restore flavor hinted at in AD&D and present an intruiging counterpoint to the moustach twirling villans and gothic antihero steriotypes of necromancy, breathing... [click here for more]
This pdf introduces a new Divine Domain for the Cleric: Salvation. This domain is suitable for any setting, though this also includes a new deity, the Morninglord, who is a Barovian god of the Ravenloft setting, intended to be used with Curse of Strahd.
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Strongly modeled after the paladin class but different enough to stand as its own class. Includes 3 different focuses that are the equivalent of paladin oaths in addition to the oath of vengence which is unchanged from the paladin. ... [click here for more]
These are four Primal Paths for the Barbarian class. One is a revision of a subclass that was published in another of this author's works, while the rest are never-before seen works created for a home campaign. These archetypes should be fairly balanced, interesting, and suitable for a variety of different adventure types.
Included within are:
Path of the Blood Rager. A revised... [click here for more]