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Lolth Subclasses

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Here's a few subclasses relating to Lolth, Drow, Spiders, and Poison. These should fit nicely within an Underdark or horror campaign.


Cleric - Web Domain

Paladin - Oath of the Brood

Ranger - Trapper

Rogue - The Fell Stinger

Sorcerer - Toxin Blooded

Warlock - The Spider Queen Patron

Wizard - Venomancer

As always, I try to balance abilities based on the assumption that players are not trying to min-max or overly multiclass. If you find any combination that is utterly broken, please let me know in the comments below.

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-Updated to Homebrewery Formatting


Cleric: Web Domain
-Minor Web is now a range of 10 feet and you take no falling damage.

Sorcerer: Toxin Blooded
-Added a clarification with Increased Tolerance to allow you to still use Magical Detox.

Warlock: The Spider Queen
-Reworked and reworded Dark Weave to better organize thoughts.
-Information concerning Web Improvements is now separate from the Dark Weave feature.
-Strengthened Silk, Rapid Spinning, and Superior Silk (now Spider's Den) have been completely redone.
-Minor changes to the Ceiling Net web improvement.
-Rope Bridge web improvement has been reworked to scale the size of the bridge with level.
-Woven Message web improvement can now be read by any creature that knows a language.
-The Arachnophobia invocation now makes the target frightened of you and spider creatures.
-The Spider Silk Weave invocation now gives an AC of 13 + your Dexterity modifier, instead of 12.

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Charles M January 18, 2020 6:34 am UTC
Could you maybe explain the warlock dark weave ability better?
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Zach H January 28, 2020 6:35 pm UTC
I have reworked the ability. The Dark Weave ability is now separate from the Web Improvements. I realized that within the original Dark Weave ability I kept bouncing back and forth between the web and the improvements which made it a bit hard to read. Let me know if makes more sense.
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