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Myconid and Mushroom Subclasses 5e
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Myconid and Mushroom Subclasses 5e

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Within this PDF are 12 new Subclasses based around the theme of Myconid PC's or PC's who have had encounters with mushrooms that transformed them in some way. These may be considered blessings, gifts, or curses from Myconids, Psilofyr from the feydark, or other entities who have strange power in your campaigns.

This PDF does NOT have a subclass for Druids(Who have Spore Druids) and Clerics. 

This is V.100. 
If you have suggestions, find mistakes, or wish to contact me, please feel free to leave a comment here. If changes are made, there will be a changelog below.

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October 29, 2020
This title was added to our catalog on October 29, 2020.