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The Trophy Hunter: a new class for Dungeons and Dragons 5e

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The Trophy Hunter

Creatures of all kinds walk the earth. Knowing how to defend yourself against them is one thing but what to do with them after they’re dead? Leave the corpse? Cook it and eat it? Those that know how to make the best of their kills are known plainly as Trophy Hunters. Their quarry knows well to fear them.

The Trophy Hunter is a new martial class for Dungeons and Dragons 5th edition. Inside you will find 3 subclasses, 4 new spells, and nearly 30 trophies to use to enhance your prowess on that battlefield. 


Trophy Hunting as a profession is an oddity, one which is often misunderstood. Where a common monster hunter is after they bounty of a kill, those that wear the emblem of a trophy hunter know that the power the quarry provides them is more valuable than any sack of gold.

The Bloody Hunger 

Bloody Hunger Trophy Hunters are some of the most dangerous Trophy Hunters and shunned from most societies. They are known to eat their quarry to gain even more power - even humanoids. Some don’t even wait to cook their prey, perfering instead to have their feast, right in the thick of battle.

The Cryptid Blacksmith

Those that belong to the cryptid blacksmith’s profession can turn just about anything they find into armaments. Through flesh, bone, and sinew, they forge some of the most fearsome creations ever wielded by mortals.

The Grafter

Grafting is a forbidden art, a form of experimentation, looked down on in most circles. Grafters see creatures as a way forward for evolution. The grafter draws inspiration from the grafter feats of 3.5 and is a "third" caster. 

Happy rolling.

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