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The Rule of 12: Subclasses

The Rule of 12: Subclasses


Rule of 12: Subclasses

The Last War spawned many innovations in the art of battle and adventuerers blazing their own paths. I asked myself, "What archetypes are unfulfilled in D&D and what world would easily accept them?" I designed these subclassea and I knew just where they belonged. Whether in Eberron or another world of pulp action these subclasses will add new mechanics and open up new styles of play. 

12 subclasses inspired by the pulp action wildness that inspired Eberron itself. 

  1. Bard: College of Metal Scream out thunder damage and charge into the frontlines with steel!

  2. Bard: College of War Dance Step in synch and march to victory, ramping up damage with each attack!

  3. Barbarian: Path of the Clenched Fist The unarmed barbarian wrestler!

  4. Druid: Circle of Symbiosis Bond with the life inside of you and join moon druids on the frontline!

  5. Fighter: Duelist Trade heavy armor for speed and go fishing for critical hits!

  6. Monk: Way of the Hurler You spent your time at the monastary throwing axes and knives to become a storm of blades

  7. Paladin: Oath of Hope Have no fear for YOU are here!

  8. Ranger: Leviathan Hunter Not only are nets useful, you can even bring down giant creatures!

  9. Rogue: Arcane Sniper Enhance stealth with illusions and fire spells into their soft belly!

  10. Sorcerer: Elemental Earth Bloodline No groundwalker escapes your awareness as you swim through the ground!

  11. Warlock: The Great Tree Patron An ancient pillar of life has made a pact to make you a tougher and harder hitting guardian of natural life.

  12. Wizard: Tradition of the Augmented Familiar This squishy wizard brought his own bodyguard, a battle familiar.

  13. The Lost Subclass: Guide the forces of the Draconic Prophecy!

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Furiora H October 03, 2018 1:25 pm UTC
A pretty well thought out module, although with a few minor errors.
The War Dancer and Symbiosis Druid both fail to mention their 6th level abilities (Rhythm Ramp-up and Grow Armor respectively) are gained at 6th level. Also, the wording of the Cleric's Foreseen Fortune is rather confusing to me.

Secondly, the formatting needs a little bit of work; titles and subtitles just seem to be larger rather then bold. Basically just some spit and polish. Also, the Arcane Sniper's table is a little large.

Lastly, and rather amusingly to me, the title of the document in Acrobat Reader is "Powerpoint Presentation", so maybe something to have a look at there.

Most of the content is pretty well thought out though, will be looking forward to using this in my games.
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Zachary P October 04, 2018 8:18 pm UTC
Thank you for pointing out these errors. The file has been updated with corrections. I hope you enjoy using the subclasses in your game. I'd love to read about it.
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Victoria P October 12, 2018 11:28 am UTC
Zach, I bought your House Cannith's Magical Marvels thing and got this instead. While this has some fun stuff, I would really like the other one...
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Zachary P October 15, 2018 7:16 pm UTC
Sorry for the error. It seems I made a mistake in attempting to update the subclasses PDF. Please enjoy 12 Subclasses as a freebie. DMs Guild has temporarily disabled Magical Marvels. I have corrected the PDF and you should be able to get it soon.
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