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Did you like the Petalars from the new Thundercats cartoon?  Try the Petal Knights, handsome animate flowers that are easy to defeat but hard to kill.

Fan of Micronauts? Maybe the Luminators will be your jam, animated lanterns that run on lamp oil.

Or maybe you remember Alice in Wonderland and the Card army?  Try the Cardkin Shikigami.  Maybe Schoolhouse Rock's Bill from Capitol Hill interests you?  I got nothing for that, but you can be a living wizard's scroll or a paper doll with super origami powers.

I'll put one of them up as pwyw later or you can nab all 3 races and all 7 subraces right now for the price of 2.

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Parker M March 09, 2018 4:13 pm UTC
What does Luck of the Draw do?
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Matthew C March 10, 2018 3:15 am UTC
Thanks so much for your interest in this supplement!

Luck of the Draw is a racial feature of the the Cardkin Shikigami subtype. It is mechanically similar (but not identical to) a Divination Wizard's level 2 Portent ability allowing you to replace dice rolls with a predetermined value. Unlike Portent, you don't determine this value daily or randomly. As you see in the description, the value is based on your level. As a Cardkin grows in experience its face value increases from the lowest valued card in a deck to the strongest. Further, you can replace the result of any die roll with that value, so the rolled value of damage dice can be changed as well as the results of a percentile roll, etc.

At lower levels you are best served using it to interfere with enemy actions and saves, at higher levels you'll want to switch to replacing poor rolls made by allies.

Note: when replacing the result of the damage dice, it's up to the DM to decide if it replaces the combined results...See more
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