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Death Skulk: A Rogue Archetype of Theros
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Death Skulk: A Rogue Archetype of Theros

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This supplement offers a new roguish archetype inspired by the legendary apotheosis of Phenax, the mortal who became a god of Theros after dying and escaping from the Underworld through trickery. Death Skulk rogues emulate Phenax, railing at mortal fate and seeking any means at their disposal by which to steal life back from death. Mechanically, the subclass offers an exciting new paradigm for rogues in the form of Phenaxian invocations—eldritch forms of divine magic granted by Phenax to encourage such daring upheaval against the cosmic order. For use with the 5th Edition of Dungeons & Dragons.

Within you'll find:

  • Complete Death Skulk rogue features, tables, and lore
  • 30 new Phenaxian invocations available to Death Skulks
  • Suggestions for adapting the Theros subclass to campaigns in the Forgotten Realms, Eberron, Ravnica, or beyond!

Planning to cross the Tartyx River and enter the Underworld? Unless you intend to stay, you'll want a Death Skulk in your party...


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