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The Danger Knight Class

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Break The Rules, Break Some Skulls.

This isn't the first time that the half-orc has been involved in a rooftop chase, but it may prove the most deadly. As he leaps after his pursuer, tiles slide under his footfalls, nearly sending him to the street below. As the pursuer closes in, the runner lets out a wild crossbow bolt that he barely dodges. The half-orc grabs his quarry, wrapping a wire around his throat, but the wrestle brings them to the very edge of the rooftop. They struggle on the edge, getting closer and closer to their doom. Is this the half-orc's final mission?

In Dungeons & Dragons 5th edition, you are mechanically incentivized to be strong or dexterous; an acrobat, a barroom brawler, an action hero, or good at climbing, but never all at the same time. The Danger Knight presents mechanics intended to replicate the parkour, chase-heavy style of play that you might see in a James Bond or superhero movie while still being competent and compelling in Dungeons & Dragons.

The Danger Knight is inspired by characters who use their environment to their advantage; who act quickly and decisively to create entertaining, crazy action sequences.

When you bring a Danger Knight to a table, you are encouraging chase sequences, cinematic action scenes, and combat that takes place in dangerous terrain with iconic hazards like falling buildings and fast-moving (cart) traffic. Expect a mechanical chassis similar to the Monk or Benjamin Huffman's iconic pugilist, but with abilities geared towards replicating action heroes of American film, rather than mystical martial artists or scrappy street-fighters.

 
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This title was added to our catalog on August 03, 2022.