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The Dungeon is Ours: New Underground Class Options

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The Dungeon is Ours a is handbook of character options for 5E

This can be used by any group looking for a little more variety in their characters and a few new ideas.

In this volume you will find:

The Master Thrower:  A fighter specialising in strength based ranged attacks. One thing I usually find missing from a role playing system, is a a good system for thrown weapons. Dwarves throwing axes and hammers should be better covered and options should be there for halflings who love to throw daggers. This class fixes that gap.

The Ooze Adept: A seemingly intelligent character that focuses on studying and gaining abilities from oozes.

The Mountain Defender: A dwarf and rock gnome built around defence and using the newly created twin shield fighting style. A very solid martial archetype for mountain born fighters.

The Rune Hammer: A dwarven wizard that uses their hammer as a focus. They have combat skills as well and magical abilities.

This volume collects class options published in previous Rats in the Rain releases and gathers them by theme suitable for DMs guild.

 
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This title was added to our catalog on April 21, 2017.