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Hellish Spells (5e)

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"Hellish Spells" is a collection of 19 new spells for your campaigns. Preparing for Descent into Avernus? Teach your devils the "Call Cinderstorm" spell and harness the fireballs of Avernus itself! Summon the Pillar of Skulls and torment your foes with psychic whispers! Shatter your enemies' minds with Visions of Screamstone!

 
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Thomas T September 06, 2019 6:32 am UTC
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I like the book. but, there is one main problem. none of the spells say what classes can use them. I think this is a problem, but I don't know how to fix it. most fiend warlocks should have excess to these. however, I'm not sure about the other warlocks. most tieflings would want these spells, even paladins and clerics. but, most gods wouldn't allow it.
the hells are a lawful evil place. maybe that's how ill use them. you most be L/E or a fiend Lock to acsess these spells.
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Eleanor J September 06, 2019 1:38 pm UTC
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Hi Thomas,

That's a good suggestion! I do not include class lists in my spellcasting supplements for precisely the reason you point out--the way they interact with subclasses and their Expanded Spell Lists makes it difficult for thematically appropriate subclasses to have access but not others. This way, the rule is discussion: if you like a spell in this title, discuss with your DM whether your character might have access to it (or from the DM end, offer these spells to a hell-themed player character)!
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