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Ships Are People Too! A Guide to More than Naval Combat

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This document explores the idea of seafaring vessels as characters. This idea can be extended to other types of vessels, such as horse drawn battle-wagons or flying ships. I try provide a general design philosophy as well as rules for tactical naval combat that attempt to adhere to the feel of 5th Edition, while being novel. 

Included in this document is the new class: The Ship. This class is presented in a 10 level format, with 5 archtypes: the Scout, Sentinel, Specialist, Stealth, and Striker. 

 
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Trevor M May 19, 2019 4:05 pm UTC
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Does anyone know if someone has inputted these ship types into D&D Beyond yet?
I'm going to have to do that for my party and I just wanted to be sure it wasn't already a thing.
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October 07, 2019 7:35 pm UTC
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It has not been input as far as I am aware.
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