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5E D&D Class - Blood Hunter, Order Sanguine Vampiris
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5E D&D Class - Blood Hunter, Order Sanguine Vampiris

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When the first vampire succumbed to the darkness so long ago, they were cursed with immortality and endless hunger. This undead blight spread through the ages. A terrible curse that creates monsters who shun the light of day, spending eternity with their emotions heightened, one with the night. Those that embrace that darkness can be charming and ruthless, intelligent and vile. But the power must be tempered, the hunger resisted.

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Tyler B July 18, 2017 4:07 pm UTC
If you would be willing to receive constructive criticism, I have a few suggestions:
-Why is the darkvision range of the Vampiric Blood Hunter 90ft? For most classes, archetypes, or races they give 60ft.
-In order to tie it into the class a bit more I think it might be better if the necrotic damage that the fangs do were equal to the crimson rite damage die.
-For ethernal hunger it doesn't state what will happen to a vamipiric blood hunter if he/she doesn't have blood. I would probably suggest taking on points of exhaustion.
-Lastly for Stunning Gaze and Paralytic Gaze I feel like these could be a Blood curse with Paralytic Gaze being the amplified form.

Other than that this is a cool order for the Blood Hunter. I especially like the Uninvited Guest drawback.
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Klouse W August 01, 2017 5:30 pm UTC
I am willing to hear out and encourage constructive criticism. You make some great points, and I may now consider a revision to fine tune Sanguine Vampiris. Thank you for your download and comment. Happy gaming!
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This title was added to our catalog on June 28, 2017.