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Class Pack I


This Purchase includes Multiple Classes; included are the Astrumancer, the Beguiler, the Chevalier, the Cultist, the Far Child, the Hel Lord, the Lexitheurge, the Ninja, the Tenebrist, and the Vampire Lord. Download the free Unspeakable Class to finish this collection.

It would be cumbersome to detail each of the Classes here. If you want more information on each of the Classes, click the link for them and look at their descriptions.

Note that between the Classes there are two Formats. Classes with a Format similar to the Player's Handbook are the new and updated versions. The Classes with the other Format were made before DMs Guild launched, when Homebrew for 5e was just beginning, and may not be properly balanced. They will be updated at a later, hopefully soon, date.

The following have already been updated and rebalanced : the Beguiler, the Chevalier, the Hel Lord, the Lexitheurge, the Ninja, and the Tenebrist. Others pending . . .

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C D M January 06, 2017 4:54 pm UTC
To expensive to by blind. Would like to know what the classes are about before I spend. I don't mind the price, just that why would I want to play these classes, all we get is a name.
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April 15, 2016 2:15 pm UTC
Downloaded this and the Vampire Lord wasn't included... and that was the one I wanted most. I can has now?
(Astrumancer is there twice)
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Carl H September 13, 2016 12:20 am UTC
Sorry, didn't see your note. Vampire Lord added.
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Danilo K January 18, 2016 9:25 am UTC
I believe that, in general, each class should cost a dollar, making this document too expensive. But I may be wrong, of course.
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Thomas M January 26, 2016 9:12 am UTC
It seems FAR too much, even 1$ for a class is a lot ! they are usually less complete and balanced than those from the PHB and that book costs 26$ !!!!!! (with FAR more content) if you think that 20$ for what I guess to be a booklet at most 40 pages long then the PHB should cost more than 100$

In short : overpriced ++
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Carl H January 29, 2016 9:57 pm UTC
There are 104 pages of content, between all of the Classes (not including title pages). All of these Classes, but one, have Archetypes; 3 of those with completely original Archetypes and 3 with Archetypes that have some, or mostly, new material.
And many Classes sell for $2 on the site already. Most of the Classes within are $2 individually, with the Tenebrist and Lexitheurge at $5 due to having to recreate the Utterances and Mysteries wholesale. Overpriced? Not really. And, anyway, my Sales Report indicates otherwise.
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Carl H January 29, 2016 10:11 pm UTC
Another point, of note, is the law of supply and demand. WotC can reach a larger audience and sell more. Therefore they can sell their product for less. The low price, in turn, improves the number of products they can sell. The smaller the volume of sale, and so lower the demand, the more specialized and expensive a product is.
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Carl H January 29, 2016 10:46 pm UTC
According to their website, here :, the Player's Handbook costs $49.95. Not $26. I'm fairly sure the few places selling them for that, either bought them in bulk or the price was marked down after months of sale.
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This title was added to our catalog on January 17, 2016.