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The Witch - A 5E Class

The Witch - A 5E Class

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The history of the Witch is one maligned with claims of dark pacts made with even darker spirits. Claims of its amoral practitioners dancing round a bound sacrifice under the moonlight. These, for the greater part, are more often than not flights of fancy - which like most whispered tales of old, retain the shades of an obfuscated truth. Yes, Witches exist. They do not melt when doused in water, and most are not green. They are not all women, and male Witches are not called Warlocks. They fly at night, but only seldom on brooms. They sometimes draw their power from ancient spirits, but they also draw it from nature, from artefacts and sigils. As a collective, they don’t serve some eternal evil, and they rarely use sacrifices in rituals. Yes, some of them fall to the old powers, hoarding magic within themselves, corrupting their forms - turning them into Hags - but most exist to quietly explore the Wonders of the world, travelling across planes, and planets and oceans to visit the ancient places, where lingering powers older than comprehension yet dwell.

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Schalk-Christiaan C August 15, 2018 4:05 pm UTC
UPDATED - The new version should be available. Let me know if anything seems off, and I will try and get to it a bit faster.
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Ellen A July 04, 2018 4:13 am UTC
You did not make clear the starting equipment
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K. David L June 13, 2018 1:41 pm UTC
Please make a print friendly version... I like hard copies. :)
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Schalk-Christiaan C June 17, 2018 2:13 pm UTC
Hello - sorry the delay. I had a rather busy week. I will see what I can do. Did not really think people would like to print these kinds of things.
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John D June 12, 2018 5:45 pm UTC
Just started reading it and for their Spell Casting feature the Witch class prepares a number of spell equal to level+proficiency, but prepared spell casters (Druid, Wizard) prepare a number of spells equal to level+ their ability modifier used for spells (Int for Wizard, Wis for Druid). Was this difference intentional?
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Schalk-Christiaan C June 13, 2018 3:16 am UTC
Hello, sorry for getting back to you only now. I thought that since the class gets quite a few spells as always prepared - using the level+prof will give them a statistically 'lower' amount of spells at lower levels, while then giving them a higher amount at high levels, when the class turns into more of a utility class - and could do with more spells. So at lower levels level+2+Two extra cantrips and 3 extra spells. And At higher levels level+6+Bonus spells. Does this make sense? It was just an idea, but I am open to change if it makes no sense to anyone else. Thanks for your input anyway.
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Schalk-Christiaan C June 12, 2018 9:40 am UTC
First time uploading here. If anyone downloads this, feel free to give me any feedback. This is mostly just for my homebrew game where one of my players is testing it out. Also, since this is my first time uploading - let me know if I made any grave errors. I will be on the lookout myself, but help is always appreciated.
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This title was added to our catalog on June 12, 2018.