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Dragons & Dragons: A Class Primer for the Dragon Obsessed

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DRAGONS!

It's in the title of the game! It's half of what drew a lot of people to play this game we all play, and now, you can share in the power and the majesty of these mythical beasts that we so often seek to battle, befriend, or destroy!

This is a collection of 12 NEW SUBCLASS OPTIONS for you or your players to use in your games. Would you like to be a worshiper of Dragonkind and follow the divine Dragon Domain for clerics? Would you rather gain power from a draconic patron and invoke the Ancient Dragon Patron for Warlocks? Perhaps you are simply a bard obsessed with the College of Dragon Lore or you're a Ranger who found an injured Wyrmling in the woods and decided to follow the path of the Dragonheart Archetype. Check out all of the options available in this collection:

The College of Dragon Lore: A Bard based around buffing the damage of your allies with the elements associated with dragons and knowing all there is to know about these magnificent beasts.

Path of the Dragon Caller: A Barbarian based around becoming stronger the more times the enemy attacks you, dealing explosive damage when the time is right.

Dragon Domain: A Cleric based around the worship of draconic gods, making their spellcasting stronger by channeling draconic elements.

Circle of the Dragon: A Druid built around the veneration of the dragon’s place in nature using the druid’s wild shape feature, but with a draconic twist.

Dragonslayer Archetype: A Fighter built around hunting and killing dragons, as well as any other monsters who happen to share traits in common with them.

Way of the Dragon Fang: A Monk built around a style of martial art which emphasizes patience… and explosive power when the time is right.

Oath of the Dragon: A Paladin that exemplifies the majesty of the dragon, and must choose a side in the battle between good and evil.

Dragonheart Archetype: A Ranger who battles alongside a baby dragon, teaching it the ways of the world as you level up.

Hoardbreaker Archetype: A Rogue built around hunting down hoards of treasure, and woe to any creature that stands in their way.

Draconic Bloodline: A twist on the Draconic Sorcerer found in the PHB.

The Ancient Dragon Patron: A Warlock who has sublimated itself to an ancient dragon, gaining a measure of its power. (Includes 3 new dragon-themed invocations)

School of Draconic Territory: A Wizard who is adept at setting aside areas of the battlefield where their allies can rest and recover, or where their enemies are hindered.

A new set of Character Options by David Hardie

 
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