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The True Necromancer

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Having loved playing a necromancer in 3rd edition I felt that doing so again in 5e felt different. So idecided to make my own class as a culmination of everything I enjoy out of a darker hero from previous editions and from other games.

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  • The True Necromancer with 4 subclasses 
  • A few new spells 
  • Alternate rules for how the Animate Dead spell work to give back the versatility the spell use to have from 3rd edition.

Anyway let me know what you think and if I get positive feedback I will come out with a "Tome of Necromancy" with new subclasses for the other PHB classes, Feats, Races, spells and Backgrounds!

 
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alex P May 20, 2018 9:13 am UTC
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Christopher B January 17, 2018 8:38 am UTC
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I have enjoyed the product and the updates. A few things still do not seem clear to me: For example, on p.3, you changed the class spell progression table (I think it parrallels the wizard's spell progression table), but it no longer matches your text on the page. The text reads,"At 1st level, you know four cantrips of your choice from the true necromancer spell list," but the spell table shows that at 1st level you know 3 cantrips. Also, the section about the spellbook states you start off with four 1sts level spells in your spellbook, but with the Quickbuild on page 2, you give only three 1st level spells (and only 3 cantrips) to start. On p.6, Channeled Power: Syphon Soul, the beginning of the paragraph seems to present conflicting information about the duration of the curse, "At 2nd level you can use your Channeled Power to place a curse that lasts for 1 minute on a creature. As a bonus action you may choose a target that you can see within range. The curse lasts for 1 hour." Is...See more
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Bryan P May 03, 2018 3:54 am UTC
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I'm so sorry it's taken me this long to get back to you! Thank you for pointing out those inconsistencies! I plan on having an updated version out soon with clarifications!
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This title was added to our catalog on June 08, 2017.