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Spirit Medium Class Option

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The spirit mediums are a group of brave souls who study the Obscure Arts, everything that has to do with life after death, spirits, ghosts, phantoms.

Mediums work along with spirits to fuel their own powers, no matter the foe they face they give it their all. Of course, mediums excel at dealing with spirits. Learn to channel the ghosts of the departed to unleash your complete potential.

Merge spirits into your weapons and dive fearlessly into battle, or strengthen your own spirit so you become an unstoppable force. There is the option of letting a guest spirit into your body so you gain its benefits for a period of time.

What you will find on this pdf:

  • A complete new class: The Spirit Medium!
  • The complete 20 levels of this class.
  • 3 different archetypes that make for a unique playstyle.
  • A complete compiled spell list and multiclassing options.

Would you prefer it in Spanish? El Espiritista

Check out a class adaptation I made from 4e: The Runepriest

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Jenny L June 20, 2016 8:38 pm UTC
Enhanced Ability seems off. An ability score increase is kinda an odd choice for a subclass feature, especially at level 10 where honestly most people have probably gotten their main stat (in this case, charisma) to 20 and are probably considering feats if those are an option. Considering the Spirit Guardian's JoJo influence, something more interesting/flavorful might be preferable for that level (choosing some sort of unique maneuver? maybe a battlemaster maneuver or low level spell on a short/long rest basis? I don't really know enough about game balance to say if that'd put it over the edge.)

Also, Unlocked Ability is kinda eh. I definitely like it from a "The World" perspective, but for a 14th level ability its far better than Time Stop, a 9th level spell (which doesn't even allow you to affect any creature other than yourself) unfortunately. I'm not really sure what to do with it, considering it's pretty important for the Star Platinum/The World type flavor, but imposing the same "no...See more
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Terrance G June 15, 2016 9:40 am UTC
Which edition of D&D is this best to play with? 5e?
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Ryan R April 08, 2017 3:13 pm UTC
5E by the look of the sample.
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