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The Forgeson Class


The Forgeson is a class designed to be used with Dungeons and Dragons, 5th Edition. The Forgeson is a fighter trained to hunt and destroy magic users and undead creatures.

Six subclasses are included with the Forgeson:

Mage Killer: A Forgeson that has been trained to counter or control spellcasters. At higher levels, Mage Killers use spellcasters' own attacks against them.

Death Hunter: These Forgesons spend their lives tracking down and destroying the undead and other supernatural creatures.

Tainted: Forgesons that, for whatever reason, have turned their backs on their original calling. Tainted Forgesons take the dark arts they have seen used by their enemies and make them their own.

Drained: There are times when a Forgeson is overcome by his quarry. A Drained Forgeson is one that has been cursed, or perhaps blessed, by vampirism. Will the Forgeson use these newfound abilities to continue his fight, or join the ones he once hunted?

Bitten: Forgesons know that when they hunt werewolves there is a high chance that they could be turned. The Bitten Forgeson has received the curse of lycanthropy, and now must choose how he wishes to live. Will he be able to control his bestial side?

Bonded: Forgesons often encounter ghosts or vengeful spirits in their work. When one of these creates a powerful bond with a Forgeson, she is given incredible power.

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This title was added to our catalog on August 27, 2019.