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3 Archetypes #09 - Rogue

3 Archetypes #09 - Rogue

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Welcome to DiBastet's Archetypes. All these archetypes were playtest and used by my own group. I don't believe in charging 1$ for a single option, so inside every file in this series you'll find 3 the archetypes we did for the class.

Inside you'll find some rogue archetypes:

Bandit: "Bandits are a diverse lot: Brigands, enforcers, highwayman, mobsters and the generic thug. Their tactics always deal with shows of force and the clear threat of violence if their target won't give up." A "strong" rogue archetype, capable of sneak attacking with heavier weapons and with a focus on thuggish tactics.

Inquisitor: "Some rogues have their skills of stealth and investigation enhanced with the touch of divine. These Inquisitors act where their armored brethren can't, searching for the enemies of faith in both dungeon and sacred halls." A player favorite, inquisitor is, obviously, a "divine rogue" archetype able to access cleric domains.

Shadowdancer: "Shadowdancers exist in the boundary between light and darkness, where they weave together the shadows to become half-seen artists of deception, unbound by any specified morality or traditional code." We think this archetype needs no introduction. When we converted to 5e my wife's favorite character was one, so of course I had to convert it. Not only jump around shadows, but also possess and control your shadow.

Art by myself, DiegoBastet. See more at: http://diegobastet.deviantart.com/

 
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