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Gorgons & Oracles: Subclasses for the Ancient World

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Customize your characters for high-fantasy adventures in ancient Athens, Sparta, and Thebes with Gorgons & Oracles - Subclasses for the Ancient World. Will you race the Path of the Marathonian Barbarian, unleashing your Rage with ranged attacks? Craft spells into handheld flames as a Promethean magic Wizard? Perhaps you're playing a Warlock bound to The Furies, or a Moon Hunter Ranger, channeling the magic of Artemis into your arrows. This book presents 12 subclasses perfect for certain Greek-themed adventures on which you might soon be embarking.
 
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Roy P July 24, 2020 9:30 am UTC
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I really like the theme of these, but the balance could use some work (unless they are just meant to be balanced against each other, in which case it's much more difficult to tell).

Some quick points as I don't have time for more unfortunately:
-The Spheres Druid's Graviton Gap and Earthfall allow you to cast a spell not usually possible at that level, and more often than would ever be possible. The latter is particularly out of place here, learning a 9th level spell not on the Druid list several levels early that uses no spell slot and uses short rests. This may be overkill to actually use in a game, but the option to have it overshadows every other ability.
-The Argonaut Rogue's Acrobatics type Deft Dance would probably never be used because they can do almost the same automatically with Disengage as a Cunning Action. In contrast the extra damage on a successful hit outshines a Paladin's Divine Smite and scales in uses and power (1d6 per Deed Point might be okay?).
-The Promethean...See more
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Jeff L July 24, 2020 4:35 pm UTC
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Thank you for the feedback! I plan on revising some of these for balance and appreciate the input.
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This title was added to our catalog on July 16, 2020.