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Cleric Domain of the Tooth: How To Be A Dentist in D&D


Wonder what it would be like to be a dentist in your D&D game? Would you like to give playing a Tooth Cleric "a shot"? Now you can!

In this product, 9 out of 10 dentists agree that you can 'cut your teeth' on the following:

  • The New Cleric Domain of the Tooth
  • 12 mouth-related spells
  • 2 Magic Items (Nibbler and Gibbering)
  • Roleplaying Tips How to Play a Tooth Cleric
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Chad L January 17, 2020 9:50 pm UTC
Hello! Thanks for stopping by and checking this product out! I have been a dentist since 1999, and I did a search for dentist and didn't find much... To defend the honor of dentists across the world, I decided to fill the void, and write The Cleric Domain of the Tooth: a back-line dps and support cleric, that can both intimidate and calm, and use their hypodermic darts to help and hinder those on the battlefield! I give some roleplaying pointers, based on popular (or existant) dentist stereotypes. I hope you have fun with it!
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This title was added to our catalog on January 11, 2020.