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3 Archetypes #15 - Cleric 2

3 Archetypes #15 - Cleric 2


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Welcome to the "season 2" of DiBastet's Archetypes. These archetypes are a mix of the remaining first wave of archetypes we created and used on our first 5e campaign in september 2014, and the second wave from january/february 2015. As always they were tested and used by my group.

Inside you'll find some, ahem, divine domains:

Domain of Entropy: "The Entropy domain concerns itself with decay, void and nothingness. Gods of space, darkness and madness might offer this domain." A spellslinger cleric with features related to necrotic damage, and with a twist of spacefaring.

Domain of Mind: "The Mind domain care about all facets of the mind, sane and the not. Gods of balance, madness, of psychics and oracles might offer this domain." We love how ample some 5e domains are, being able to represent more than one concept. Mind is one of these ample domains, being both a Balance and Madness, with a unique twist of wanting to be affected by Confusion.

Domain of Travel: "Clerics of the Travel domain focus on exploring the lands beyond the horizon, and the protection of fellow travelers. Gods of freedom, commerce and wilderness might offer this domain." A very exploration-focused domain, with a side of planeswalker.

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March 12, 2016 3:54 pm UTC
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