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Warblade Fighter Archetype 5e


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"Warblades, often called sword princes, live to test themselves in battle -the stronger the foe, the greater the glory once an enemy is defeated."

This archetype includes five Disciplines for the Warblade, all with their unique playstyles, stances and martial exploits.

The disciplines available to you are:

  • Diamond Mind
  • Iron Heart
  • Stone Dragon
  • Tiger Claw 
  • White Raven

The subclass is heavily inspired by the 3.5 Warblade Class.





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Chor K November 14, 2020 3:29 pm UTC
Supremely confusing write-up. For instance, take Bounding Assault: "When you hit a creature with a weapon attack, you can expend an exploit and gain advantage to the attack roll. In addition, you gain the benefits of the Dash action for the rest of the turn." If I hit the creature, why would I need the advantage? On further thought, it is most likely the author meant it to read as "When you ATTACK (or ATTEMPT TO HIT) a creature with a weapon attack...". The rest of the text uses the "when you hit a creature..." expression, which makes it a confusing read.
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Stratos F November 14, 2020 4:35 pm UTC
Greeting Chor,

The intent behind the Bounding Assault is to give you advantage on the following attack after the one succeeded.

Thank you for the feedback, and we are going to fix any typos in a future version of the product.

Best regards, Stratos.
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This title was added to our catalog on March 27, 2019.