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Draconic Diversities - Archetypes for Harnessing Draconic Power (5e)


Dragons are half the title of the world's most popular roleplaying game, so it is no surprise that players would want to play as them. Although this document is not quite allowing full dragonhood, it is designed to let players of all classes gain some measure of draconic ability, whether wings, magic, or a breath weapon.

This document includes Dragonkin as a new race option--a group of draconic humanoids that can use their wings to glide, possess minor spellcasting ability, and may release explosive energy when downed--as well as class options for each the classes found in the Player's Handbook: the Voice of the Scaled Kings for barbarians, the College of Dragonsong for bards, the Dragon Domain for clerics, the Circle of the Scale for druids, the Dragonknight Archetype for fighters, the Way of the Stone Dragon for monks, the Oath of the Platinum Knight for paladins, the Talon of Tiamat Archetype for rangers, the Hoardstealer Archetype for rogues, the Drakeblood Origin for sorcerers, the Ancient Wyrm Patron for warlocks, and the Dragonheart Mage for wizards.

Draconic power awaits, but will you pledge your service to dragonkind?

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Michael L April 16, 2017 7:45 am UTC
Hi I recently bought this and some of the material is not there. The name is in the table of contents, but it says to the right where the page number should be, "bookmark error". Any reason why? Thanks in advance
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