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Halloween Horror Hodgepodge: archetypes

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This bundle is a new archetype for each class featured in the D&D 5e Player’s Handbook inspired by many different horror movies and stories.  Perfect for the halloween game to get players into it and have a themed game or just for those of you who love a good horror themed character any time of the year.


In this bundle are the following Archetypes:

Barbarian Path: Path of the Demon

Bard College: College of Paranormal

Cleric Domain: Exorcism Domain

Druid Circle: Circle of the Beast

Fighter Archetype: Slasher

Monk Monastic Tradition: Way of the Horseman

Paladin Oath: Oath of Blood

Ranger Archetype: Night Stalker

Roguish Archetype: Shadow Clinger

Sorcerous Origin: Cultist Bloodline

Warlock Otherworldly Patron: The Changing Face

Wizard Arcane Tradition: Reanimation


Art credit goes to MarshallRg.

The halloween horror hodgepodge archetype bundle is unofficial Fan Content permitted under the Fan Content Policy. Not approved/endorsed by Wizards. Portions of the materials used are property of Wizards of the Coast. ©Wizards of the Coast LLC.


 
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Nicholas M October 11, 2018 12:48 pm UTC
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These were all really cool. I especially liked the Exorcist domain, as I have a cleric of the Silver Flame and in 3.5 it had an Exorcism domain.

I only had two qualms.

The Monk archetype: It's really cool and flavorful, but just doesn't feel right for that class. Though to be honest I'm not sure what would fit for a monk.

The Barbarian archetype: the initial 2d6 fire damage is ok, but I think it'd be more balanced to have the ongoing be maybe your con modifier instead of 1d6.

Either way, glad I spent the money on this.
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Daniel B October 11, 2018 1:36 pm UTC
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Thank you for the feedback! To explain the reasoning for the Monk archetype is I did want to do something a bit unexpected for each class, like the vampire-esque archetype for the paladin, for example. I'll certainly look into the balance for the Barbarian archetype, that's a good suggestion, thank you! I'm glad I was able to help reunite you with the exorcism domain cleric :)
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Nicholas M October 12, 2018 2:19 pm UTC
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ironically i think only the monk would be considered "unexpected" but like i said, all of those archetypes hit the flavor of horror/halloween spot on.

i do a halloween adventure every year, and i'm actually going to essentially transform my party members temporarily into the archetypes that are their class for the adventure flavor.

just wish i had a player playing a monk. i've always had a soft spot for the Headless Horseman lol
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