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Epic Characters

This 66-page handbook contains progression from 20th to 30th level for all character options found in the Player's Handbook, Dungeon Master's Guide, Sword Coast Adventurer's Guide, Xanathar's Guide to Everything, Guildmaster's Guide to Ravnica, Eberron: Rising from the Last War, and Explorer's Guide to Wildemount. It also includes epic racial bonuses for all races found in the aforementioned titles, in addition to those found in Elemental Evil Player's Companion, Volo's Guide to Monsters, the Tortle Package, Locathah Rising, and Acquisitions Incorporated.

Lastly, several of Matthew Mercer's character options, such as the Blood Hunter class (2020), the College of the Maestro, the Gunslinger martial archetype, and the Totem of the Duck, have also received epic progression.

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Changelog

v1.1: Fixed minor errors and typos, removed D&D; logos

v1.2 (6th of July 2016) - Wording and balance, navigation improvements, two new prestige classes, epic levels for Heroes of the Orient, epic levels for the villainous archetypes found in the DMG

v1.3 (28th of November 2016) - wording and balance, new eldritch invocations, added Unearthed Arcana support, and Volo's Guide to Monsters support.

v2.0 (1st of May 2018) - Complete rebalancing, new artwork, epic flavor, and the inclusion of Xanathar's Guide to Everything. Unearthed Arcana and Prestige Classes have been removed. Added mythic progression as a means to continue advancing after 30th level.

v2.1 (11th of June 2018) - Wording and balance, slight tweaking, including a few elements that had disappeared in the 2.0 release.

v2.2 (2nd of August 2018) - Wording and balance, added subsection with guidelines for creating epic combat encounters, added expanded spell list for paladin and ranger.

v3.0 (4th of May 2020) - Big update, see below for details.

General changes: New trade dress, new layout, Subclass features moves to the end of class descriptions, Added Epic Artificer, removed references to HotO and MotO, added support for subclasses from Explorer’s Guide to Wildemount, added support for races from various sources, tweaked many subclass features.

Epic Barbarian: reworked Unmatched Brutality.

Epic Bard: Moved Legendary Wordsmith from 28th to 23rd level, moved Countercharm Improvement from 23rd level to 24th level, removed Bardic Inspiration improvement, added Magical Secrets at 23rd and 28th level.

Epic Blood Hunter: complete rework to fit with the 2020 update of the class.

Epic Cleric: Reworked Destroy Undead to progress more at epic levels, added Consecrated Mien at 24th level.

Epic Druid: Reworked Beast Shape CR to be better presented and tweaked the progression slightly.

Epic Fighter: Replaced Truly Indomitable with Unstoppable Advance, changed Superior Second Wind at 25th level from 1d20 to 2d12.

Epic Monk: Removed Grand Master at 21st and 25th level, added Extrasensory Perception at 21st level, replaced Danger Sense with Iron Body at 22nd level, added Mantle of Serenity at 25th level

Paladin: Reworked Righteous Demeanor to be permanent.

Epic Ranger: Reworked the Vicious Fervor option of Apex Predator slightly.

Epic Rogue: Reworked Superior Initiative slightly and renamed it Into the Fray.

Epic Sorcerer: Increased the rate at which an epic sorcerer gains sorcery points, capped spell slot creation via sorcery points at 8th-level slots, reworked Weave Conduit slightly.

Epic Warlock: Reworked the Otherworldly Resolve invocation.

Epic Wizard: Replaced Study Focus with 4th-level Signature Spells at 23rd level, replaced Prismatic Juggle with 5th-level Signature Spells at 27th level, reworked Archmage and split it into two features: Archmage and Spellbook of the Ages.

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Dan V January 18, 2021 6:54 am UTC
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any chance of an Epic Items or something similar?
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Dan V January 21, 2021 10:34 am UTC
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also thoughts on expanding the spellcasting of eldritch knight and arcane trickster?
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Elliot D December 22, 2020 2:29 pm UTC
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What character sheets and the like do people use for this? Since going online I've been using form-fill PDFs but the standard ones don't have space for Epic Level 1-3 Spells and the custom expandable ones I've tried link fields if I add more pages for spells. Thanks for any help
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Vince Y December 14, 2020 6:37 am UTC
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is there an ETA for Tasha's content?
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GREGORY E November 18, 2020 11:06 am UTC
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When, roughly, can we expect the Tasha's update on the subclasses?
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Max L October 27, 2020 6:59 pm UTC
Does this include the juggernaut subclass for the barbarian?
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Patrick W November 16, 2020 4:50 am UTC
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This only covers official subclasses. The only homebrew class and subs it incorporates is from Matt Mercer's Blood Hunter.
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Spencer M October 26, 2020 10:27 am UTC
Shouldn't the proficiency bonus increase to +9 by 30th level?
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Damian F October 26, 2020 12:38 pm UTC
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It's a deliberate balance choice by the author.
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Λάιος ? August 31, 2020 9:32 am UTC
Hey, love your book! You plan on updating each time new content comes out? Because of Tasha's Cauldron of Everything coming out etc. Also, what about UA and the other Matt Mercer homebrew options (i.e. Cobalt Soul Monk etc.)?
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Dungeon M August 16, 2020 10:41 pm UTC
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The Paladin's Exemplar feature should probably only make you large if you weren't already larger, because as it is a huge or larger creature would shrink when they used it.
Also, if one of the points of the Change Size mythic maneuver is that you can become bigger to deal more damage dice with the resized weapons, it would be nice to have the damage per size chart with the maneuver.
Two things about the Moon Druid's monstrous wild shape as well - are creatures with telepathy but not verbal speech supposed to be allowed, and is there any particular reason the special use is limited to huge creatures?
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Joshua F August 08, 2020 9:46 pm UTC
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Am I correct in noticing that for the Moon Druid, Wild Shape Improvement does literally nothing? If I'm thinking correctly, Moon Druids should have the ability to turn into CR 6 beasts at that point (7, by the time they get that ability), which means that even if they got the maximum benefit immediately they are already a whole CR ahead of what that ability offers. I understand that the Moon Druid already has a powerful Wild Shape, but that's the main gimmick.
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Vincent H July 23, 2020 9:06 pm UTC
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Are mythic boons and spells awarded after level 30 or on the way to level 30?
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Noah G August 21, 2020 9:00 pm UTC
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After level 30. The authors suggest still using epic boons (from the DMG) during levels 20-29 with adjusted XP requirements.
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Dylan P July 17, 2020 5:35 pm UTC
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There seems to be a but more that changed than what the change log suggests. A lot more rewording and what not. I do find it interesting that the Orient pdfs were taken down and all references to it were removed (this was called out in the change log). The Artificer's Ability Score Improvement is a direct copy from Barbarian so it allows Strength and Constitution to increase to 28 lol.

I made my own subclass features for the Mythic Odysseys of Theros subclasses so it will be interesting to see how they translate once this is updated.

As for when that update will happen. I would assume it will be after the supposed "Xanathar's 2" book suspected to come later this year.
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Simon A July 15, 2020 8:08 pm UTC
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just out of curiosity, when will then next update be due release of mythic odysseys of Theros?
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Joshua F July 14, 2020 8:08 pm UTC
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This may be the wrong place for it but the last sentence on page 10 under Reconstruction Paradigm "...but you still can't do so no more than once on a turn" should have the "can't" changed to "can."
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Joshua F July 14, 2020 9:17 pm UTC
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Additionally, could Battle Smith Artificer be added to the Boon of Improved Extra Attack list? Or could the wording be changed to "level 20 in a class or subclass that gives you the Extra Attack feature?" Weapon attacks are a big part of that subclass.
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Joshua F July 15, 2020 4:17 pm UTC
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One last question for clarification, the level 28 ability Infusion Mastery is worded in such a way that it should allow you to effectively double the number of *infusions* you have, correct? Since infused items are the limited thing (not infusions or infusions known) and how it's worded as "each of your items..." it would seem that this lets you essentially have the same number of items, but each of them is more powerful now with multiple infusions each. Is this the correct way to interpret it?
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Eric V July 14, 2020 2:25 am UTC
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Very nice. But the barbarians indomitable vigor is kind of useless. There are no con based skill checks and I've never been asked to make a con check, only a save.
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finn D July 10, 2020 3:22 pm UTC
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Hey Mark, I'm looking to play a harbinger in one of the coming campaigns and love the flavour it's bringing, it's filling the hole of cultmaster that warlock halfhandedly tried to fill. While was looking through the document when I noticed there seems to be a page missing (A spell description page containing Sword of Order and Twighlight Dust). Any chance of getting that page (or maybe even an update/release to the document)?
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Avery O June 17, 2020 3:22 am UTC
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Is there a reason why 10th, 11th, and 12th level spell points don't follow the formula for calculating spell points? Following the formula (1.375 x level, rounded up), they should cost 14, 16, and 17 points, respectively
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