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Ravnica: Heroes of the Guilds — Character Class Options


What's Inside?

This collection includes 13 new subclasses for all classes and guilds. Aside from being used by players, these subclasses may serve as a basis for villains or NPCs in a Ravnica campaign. We offer a wide range of options with some surprising combinations!

Guild Class Name
Azorius Senate Warlock The Guildpact
Azorius Senate Wizard Lawmage
Boros Legion Fighter Wojek Commando
Cult of Rakdos Bard College of Debauchery
Cult of Rakdos Paladin Oath of Depravity
Golgari Swarm Monk Way of Decay
Gruul Clans Cleric Destruction Domain
Gruul Clans Barbarian Path of the Untamed
House Dimir Sorcerer Awakened
Izzet League Barbarian Path of the Kybernet
Orzhov Syndicate Rogue Extortionist
Selesnya Conclave Druid Circle of the Worldsoul
Simic Combine Ranger Simic Retriever

The Creators

Ravnica: Heroes of the Guilds is presented to you by Christopher Walz and Christian Eichhorn. You can find Christopher Walz on Twitter under @DMChristopherW. You can reach Christian Eichhorn via mail ( or via Twitter (@squirrelgolem).

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Alexander L February 23, 2021 3:07 pm UTC
Hey, couple questions. First, will there be an Artificer subclass for Ravnica in the future? I know the Izzet League is pretty obvious, but that's for you to decide. And secondly, is there a way for the Simic Retriever's features to work with the new Ranger variant rules, like Favored Foe?
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Travis L March 26, 2020 4:47 am UTC
The first feature of the Ranger seems very overtuned for any game that has downtime. Considering a week's worth of downtime, a Simic Retriever can gain 7 new favored enemies if they just spend that single week at a lab. Is it intended that this can only be done once? If so, it is neither communicated correctly nor very interesting or useful. Considering the relative balance and interesting mechanics of most every other subclass here, it seems out of place.

My only other complaint is how non-friendly the names and references of these subclasses are to any other setting. I get that they're intended to be tailored specifically to Ravnica, but given the broad names of things like the Destruction Domain or College of Debauchery or the Way of Decay, I feel as though this convention could have extended to every subclass without sacrificing any flavor or thematic elements. Sure, you can reskin and rename them, but something feels off about that.

Overall, minus a few balance issues and some odd...See more
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Christopher W March 26, 2020 5:26 am UTC
Hey there!

You're correct that Well-informed Hunter should be "capped" at 1 additional favored enemy. The intent here is to give the Retriever a "floating" favored enemy that, in the narrative framework we had for this character, represents their study of whatever target they are headed after at the time. We can clarify that in a future update—thank you!

Obviously opinions will differ on things like this, but I would point out that the Simic Retriever is entirely based around favored enemies; every other class feature it has plays off of the ranger's favored enemy choice. The goal of this 3rd-level feature was to allow more flexibility when using the rest of the subclass, as well as the standard bonuses for favored enemies given in the PHB.

I'm happy you found the collection useful overall, and thanks for your support!
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Fil K July 23, 2019 5:05 am UTC
Full Disclosure: I did the signet art on the page backgrounds. I have a publisher's account so I can't leave reviews, and I had no idea what this book was about, so--

Wow! This book is cool. Class archetypes for specific guilds is exactly what Ravnica needs more of and this book does a great job at capturing the flavor of the different guilds.

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