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Fighter Archetype - Sword Mage

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A fighter archetype that is a full caster focused on defensive and weapon based spells that aid their attacks.

Blending sword and blade smoothly into one. The Sword Mage is the epitome of fighting prowess aided and infused by magic.

This product includes:

  • Full Fighter archetype from level 3 to 20
  • Unique features that help blend spells into attacks and defense.
  • 12 new spells that merge sword and spell.
 
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Adam S May 27, 2016 5:00 pm UTC
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I think this archetype is far too overpowered. I tried bringing this to my DM and he didn't think it was balanced enough.

Compared to the Eldritch Knight, it's an improvement, but definitely too much of an improvement. Also, why have spell slots that go up to level 9? That's too many for a martial archetype with access to magic. At best, perhaps up to 5th-level slots and fewer spells learned. Also, maybe put in more variety in the spell list? The custom ones are far too overpowered.
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jericho T April 15, 2016 7:00 pm UTC
the wording for attacking with a bonded weapon is a bit confusing, and the armor class bonuses are left a bit too open ended as max ac is 25 before magic armor,which fits the feel of the class but is out of balance from any other class. also i dont understand why its a half caster
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FASM-0002
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This title was added to our catalog on March 28, 2016.