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Blood Warrior - A Martial Archetype for Fighters

Blood Warrior - A Martial Archetype for Fighters

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Blood warriors learn to harniss the power of blood to gain bonuses their attacks and abilities.

Inspired by some blood mages/sorceres.

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June 04, 2016 9:00 am UTC
Howdy! I simply love the flavor of the class as well as the idea behind it. However in it's current state it's riddled with typos and spelling error and the rules simply aren't clear. In addition a few feature are a tad overtuned and a few are undertuned. I've went ahead and made some edits that you may want to look into taking.

Blood Die. Your Blood Attacks requires a sacrifice.Whenever you expend a blood die, you suffer damage equal to the number rolled.. At level 3 your Blood Dice is 1d6 at level 7 the die becomes 1d8, and at level 15 the die becomes 1d10.

Congealed Wall. You create a wall of congealed blood around you, protecting you from attacks. Expend one blood die, doing so allows you to add your CON modifier to your AC until you move or take an action, including bonus actions.

Mark of Blood. When you hit a creature with a weapon attack, you can expend one Blood Die to attempt to mark the target. You add the blood die + your CON modifier to the attack’s damage...See more
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June 04, 2016 9:14 am UTC
In addition I noticed it didn't follow the correct progression, granting an ability at level 5 and none at 15 and 18. This needs alot more work then I thought! Be sure to look at the other archetyped when revising this.
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Marc F August 26, 2016 2:21 pm UTC
Thanks! I know its been awhile but I'm getting back into creating more D&D related items.
I'll revisit this one and have more soon. Thanks so much.

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Ben F May 15, 2016 1:20 am UTC
This is an interesting archetype, especially for a vampire character. There are a number of typos/spelling errors. Additionally, it's not 100% clear how the blood die works. When you use it, do you lose that many HP in order to achieve the other effects?
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Marc F February 18, 2016 4:50 pm UTC
Let me know what you think of this archetype. I know its not perfect, but it can be built upon. Any feedback is wanted.
Thanks for checking it out!
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