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Divine Domains, seven new domains for clerics, along with the contemplative class variant
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Divine Domains, seven new domains for clerics, along with the contemplative class variant

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The cleric is, among the classes in the Player's Handook, one of the most versatile ones. Still, as D&D worlds span for decades of stories and chronicles, and as the rules of the games try to catch the legends and myths of countless real world religions, the domains provided so far tend to be sometimes inadequate to the endeavor.

This works aims to provide seven new domains, along with some quick variants, to expand the possibility of the cleric's class.

You will find, along with the contemplative subclass for the less martial clerics, the following, interesting domains.

The Creation Domain, based on the Hindu belief of the Trimurti, a triad of gods dedicated to the cyclical Creation, Preservation and final Destruction of the world.

The Darkness Domain, the gloomy reflection of the Light Domain presented in the Player's Handbook.

The Destruction Domain, that goes beyond its Hindu inspiration to encompass all those deities traditionally associated with the end of the world.

The Passion Domain, for the gods that influence mortal feelings and for their often notorious clerics.

The Preservation Domain, that completes the Trimurti domains with the powers of those that protect the world.

The Rest Domain, for those gods of death that teach how to embrace passing as the end of mortal misery.

The Solemnity Domain, associated with the almighty rulers among the gods, the kings of whole pantheons.

Last but not least, if you have any suggestion, please write a review and comment. I'm more than eager to update my works to make them more suitable.

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August 24th, 2019
This is an attractive, decently-written product that provides information on seven new clerical domains, as well as a variant cleric class, the contemplative. The new variant class is a different take on the cleric, presenting it as a quiet, scholarly [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on February 15, 2016.