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D&D 5e Character Professions

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Version 4.0 Changelog:

    Mettling with Metal

10/11/2019: Mining and Smithing Update

  • New Metals!
    • Brand new metals to smelt and smith with! Use them to create new and powerful weapons and armors. 
  • New Metal Effects!
    • Every new metal comes with unique properties when smithed into equipment.
  • Set Effects!
    • Set effects bring an entirely new dynamic to the game. These occur when you equip both an armor and a weapon of the same metal type!
  • New Ores!
    • Brand new ores to mine! With the addition of new metals, comes new ores. Can't smelt the bars without having the ore to do so!
  • More Boring Grammar. 
    • Some spelling and grammar mistakes were found and have been fixed. Now your OCD won't tick every time you read this. Hopefully.

Player Professions

Bringing Excitement to the Mundane

Want to experience more intriguing and rewarding roleplaying for activities in 5th edition?

This project adds rules and information for activities such as Fishing, Hunting, Foraging, Crafting, and more. It adds a current total of 9 Professions to D&D 5e that can be leveled-up to gain more benefits and be able to utilize that profession better. Each profession is described in detail, with meticulous work.

Professions:

  • Alchemy: Combining various herbs and ingredients to brew potions.
  • Cooking: Making meats and fish into platters for a variety of buffs.
  • Crafting: Turning pelts and wood into armors and weapons.
  • Fishing: Catching many different custom fish from shrimps to whales.
  • Foraging: Gathering many different custom herbs from flowers to tree saps.
  • Hunting: Tracking many different custom animals from foxes to hippos.
  • Mining: Obtaining metal ores to smelt and smith.
  • Smithing: Turning bars from ore into metal armors and weapons.
  • Woodcutting: Obtaining wood to craft.


Special thanks to everyone who has purchased this product! This was never a product I expected or wanted to make money on, however, many of you have been very generous! A lot of time has gone into it so far, especially as a 1 person team, so I wanted you all to know you are extraordinarily appreciated! You have all made it possible to earn the "Best Copper Seller" medal. Because of this, and for being such a great tabletop community, I thank you all from the bottom of my heart!

For any comments, questions, clarifications, or concerns, please let me know in the discussions below!

 
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Dylan S September 10, 2019 2:53 am UTC
PURCHASER
This is probably the best crafting supplement out there. I love the progression and reward system to it and a huge upgrade from Benjamin Brews. I look forward to the completed version!
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Mathew M August 27, 2019 1:09 pm UTC
PURCHASER
This reminds me a great deal of the Massive Profession Add On from Benjamin Brews, in a good way. I look forward to any changes you make to this in the future.
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Fuzzy T September 09, 2019 12:24 am UTC
CREATOR
Thank you! I did take inspiration after reading Ben's addition, but wanted to tweak things a little, and overhaul some others to make it more interactive! I have been busy, so I haven't updated recently, but expect another within the month!
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