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Art Domain - Divine Domain Option (Playtesting and feedback requested)

Art Domain - Divine Domain Option (Playtesting and feedback requested)

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“Within the revered ranks of most every pantheon, among gods of war and trickery and justice and knowledge, resides some form of artist. Gods who embellish their creations with the spark of inspiration and make life that much more enjoyable. A cleric of such deities can find beauty in the drab routine of a farmer, in the melancholic debris of a fallen city, or even in the gloomy depths of the Underdark, in a tiny patch of moss and fungi.”

 These clerics might fight to preserve the beauty of the world from those who can’t see it or strive to protect great works of art or artefacts from those who would corrupt them for dark rituals.

This Domain favours those who don’t prepare for every challenge that comes their way, preferring to simply go with the flow of their own journey, tackling each problem as it comes, and not relying on the same tools from their arsenal at every turn, encouraging and enabling more creative use of a fairly general skill set (I hope).

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Massimo T May 03, 2019 4:07 pm UTC
Interesting subclass, here's what I think:
Protean: intresting feature, maybe a little op? I cant say, but seems fun.
Kintsugi: I like the effect and philosophy behind it.
Happy Accidents: awesome feature!
Potent Spellcasting: I would improve the level 8th feature, still potent spellcasting, adding something that contextualizes it. For example: given its adaptable nature you might create a table with differents damage type. When you deal damage with a cantrip, your potent spellcasting damage type is generated by rolling in that table
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Emile D May 04, 2019 8:22 pm UTC
I agree that Protean may be OP, but I haven't been able to playtest it yet, so I don't know. Maybe it could be replaced with some kind of randomised expertise.
As for the Potent Spellcasting change you suggest, I like the idea, but I think its best to leave it as is, since every Divine Domain gets either Divine Strike (which does tend to be flavoured with a fitting damage type) or Potent Spellcasting, which never is. I chose to stick with the basic version for consistency.
Thanks for feedback though, it means a lot to a first time publisher!
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