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Xen's Subclass Compendium

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Introducing XEN'S SUBCLASS COMPENDIUM, the ultimate resource for Dungeon Masters and players seeking to expand their options in the world of Dungeons & Dragons! With a staggering collection of 150 subclasses, including 124 meticulously updated classics and 26 brand-new additions, this compendium offers unparalleled versatility and customization for your campaigns.

Inside, you'll discover an array of diverse and innovative subclasses across all character classes, from the ferocious Frostwalker Barbarian to the whimsical College of Flowers Bard, the enigmatic Circle of Chaos Druid to the daring Ballet Dancer Fighter. Whether you seek the path of the Spirit Warrior Monk or the arcane mysteries of the Gem Mage Wizard, there's something to suit every playstyle and character concept.

But that's not all! Xen's Subclass Compendium also features 78 new and exciting magic items to enhance your adventures, along with optional features for every class to further customize your character's abilities and play experience. Dive into the Aberrant Domain Cleric, the Coinseeker Ranger, the Dreamthief Rogue, or explore the depths of the School of Poultrymancy Warlock—the possibilities are endless!

Crafted with meticulous attention to detail and balanced gameplay, Xen's Subclass Compendium is a must-have addition to any DM's arsenal or player's library. Whether you're a seasoned veteran or a newcomer to the world of D&D, unleash your creativity and embark on unforgettable adventures with this comprehensive collection of subclasses and optional features. Get ready to level up your game with Xen's Subclass Compendium, available now on the DMs Guild!


Subclasses included:

  • Barbarian: Frostwalker, Fungal Warrior, Jurassic Marauder, Path of Peace, Path of Sand, Path of the Hunter, Path of the Moon, Path of the Platypus, Path of the Scorpion, Path of the Tomb, Path of the Totem Warrior, Path of the Volcano, Path of the Wrestler
  • Bard: College of Bodybuilding, College of Comedy, College of Flowers, College of Graves, College of Horror, College of Insanity, College of Punk Rock, College of Romance, College of Solitude
  • Cleric: Aberrant Domain, Arachnid Domain, Candy Domain, Desert Domain, Disco Domain, Dragon Domain, Jungle Domain, Love Domain, Seafaring Domain
  • Druid: Circle of Bones, Circle of Chaos, Circle of Fire, Circle of Passion, Circle of Steel, Circle of Teeth, Circle of the Circus, Circle of the Cosmos, Circle of the Owl, Circle of the Sea, Circle of the Sky, Circle of the Sun, Circle of Vines, Landforged Walker, Shaman
  • Fighter: Arcane Archer (revised), Ballet Dancer, Fireguard, Gladiator, Greenguard, Iceguard, Skeletal Champion, Undead Captain, Warlord
  • Monk: Spirit Warrior, Way of the Darkblade, Way of the Gecko, Way of the Ghost, Way of the Iron Bow, Way of the Mime, Way of the Oak, Way of the Phoenix, Way of the Sensei, Way of the Serpent, Way of the Wave, Way of the Webslinger
  • Paladin: Death Knight, Knight Owl, Oath of Flatulence, Oath of Gluttony, Oath of Rebellion, Oath of Repentance, Oath of Terror, Oath of the Greenwarden, Oath of the Stars
  • Ranger: Auroraborn Conclave, Coinseeker, Goatmaster, Harbor Master, Shellshocker, Startrooper, The Undertaker, Whispmaster
  • Rogue: Chicken-Chaser, Dagger Master, Dreamthief, Lucksbane, Radiant Blade, Scorpion Wraith, Spirit Walker, Vagabond, Vigilante
  • Sorcerer: Beetleborn, Bulbspawn, Cretaceous Bloodline, Grave Walker, Green-Touched, Illithid Bloodline, Oozing Bloodline, Psionic Bloodline, Rusted Bloodline, Slaad Bloodline, Vampiric Bloodline
  • Witch InfoWarlock: The Alpha, The Banana, The Cherub, The Colony, The Elder Brain, The Gorgon, The Great Pumpkin, The Mothman, The Pharaoh, The Primordial, Soul Reaper, The Tarrasque
  • Witch: Animals, Birds, Blood, Darkness, Death, Devils, Dragons, Elements, Fear, Giants, Ice, Insects, Plague, Plants, Spiders, Spirits, Stars, Storms, Swamps
  • Wizard: Gem Mage, Primal Scholar, School of Arachnomancy, School of Biomancy, School of Eructation, School of Hard Knocks, School of Lignumancy, School of Lunamancy, School of Poultrymancy, School of Restoration, School of Solarmancy, School of Tempormancy, School of Toonmancy, Smokeweaving, Soul Mage

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Alternate Class Features

Each of the 12 standard classes, plus the Witch, have six new options for features, allowing you to customize your character and explore new ways to play.


Class-Specific Equipment

Included with the alternate class features are collections of class-specific equipment. These magic items are made with the intent of allowing players to essentially double down on the types of abilities and powers available to their characters based on their class.

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Alexander G March 24, 2024 4:42 pm UTC
There's some really interesting subclasses in this that makes me want to purchase a copy of this, but the usage of AI art is incredibly disappointing. Whilst it can be a helpful tool, using it this way just looks lazy and trashy.
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Matthew G February 27, 2024 10:53 pm UTC
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Just an assumption on my part, but on page 270 in the Witch class, Aerial Conduit states that it replaces the 18th level Grand Hex feature, but then states in its description that its speed increases at 6th and 14th level. My assumption is that it instead replaces the 4th level Hex feature, as that would make the speed progression make sense. Am I close?
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Karl W February 27, 2024 11:10 am UTC
Does this have the correct license for commercial use? I'm a pro DM and I don't want to get in trouble with using the Raphael image from the TMNT franchise.

Also, who was the artist?
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Martin W February 26, 2024 9:24 pm UTC
AI “art” is theft.
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Daniel K February 25, 2024 4:57 pm UTC
Who is the artist?
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Evan M February 26, 2024 1:00 am UTC
There is no artist lmao
Cover is the most obvious AI art I've seen in ages. 100% undisclosed, 100% obvious.
At least two characters are straight up ripoffs of copyrighted material, TMNT and Mickey Mouse. No doubt most if not all images in here are just straight up AI Generated just looking at the wildly different art styles visible in his previews.

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Gabriel G February 26, 2024 3:57 am UTC
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"100% undisclosed" makes you 100% a liar. This is on page 8: "As the author of this book, I am thrilled to share with you a world of imagination and adventure. In the spirit of full transparency, I want to acknowledge the use of AI artwork within these pages. While I aspire to feature professional art in the future, the current financial landscape has me struggling to pay my bills and I don't have any funds to commission artwork. As the success and sales of my products on the DMs Guild gains support, my goal is to reinvest in the work of talented artists who bring their unique visions to life. I thank you for your understanding and hope you find joy in the stories and creations that unfold within these pages."

TMNT does not own the copyright on humanoid turtles, the humanoid turtles presented are Tortles. The Mickey Mouse copyright from the Steamboat Willie erra (the version used in this book) entered public domain. You should really learn more about copyright laws, and actually...See more
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Gabriel G February 26, 2024 4:17 am UTC
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Also, this product was listed with the AI filter. Under format, the creation method is listed under the AI-Generated section. Additionally, under the credits section of this book, on page 2: "In compliance with the WOMBO Terms of Service, this publication acknowledges and gives credit to WOMBO for the use of its artistic tools. This product is not endorsed by WOMBO or any of its affiliates. The attribution is provided in accordance with the terms outlined in WOMBO’s service agreement."

All production of imagery in this book has been done above board by DMs Guild guidelines and is in accordance with all US copyright laws.
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Evan M February 26, 2024 9:59 am UTC
Nowhere on the product page prior to purchasing this thing do you disclose the existence of the AI generated images. Disclosing it after we've already sent you your money hardly qualifies. And yes. You do absolutely skirt by copyright laws, I never said you were in direct violation of them. I said they're pretty much ripoffs of established entities. Which they are. That cover image hardly follows the standard design philosophy of Tortles, and much more closely resembles the TMNT style. Copyright violation? No. Obvious lack of creativity? Yes.

In the end, it still boils down to the fact that you're profiting off of what is art theft in all but legal precedent. I guarantee whatever AI generation model you used did not license all the images it was trained on, and that they were taken without consent or even the artist's prior knowledge. Those artists gotta put food on their table too.
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Daniel K February 26, 2024 3:11 pm UTC
Copyright ethics aside, listing WOMBO AI as the "artist" would certainly increase transparency.
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Diego R March 01, 2024 6:49 pm UTC
The use of AI should really be disclosed on the product page, not in the book itself after purchase.

Also just from the image full of character art, there is some questionable use of intellectual properties from the following.
Power Rangers' Pink Ranger (Near bottom, right edge)
Marvel's Spider-Man (bottom left)
Star Wars' Storm Trooper (near bottom left)
At least three green-skinned Warcraft Orcs
Star Wars' Sith Lord (top left)
TMNT's Shredder (near center bottom)
Stephen King's Penny Wise (bottom right)
TMNT's Splinter (near top right)
Mortal Kombat's Quan Chi (near center top)
Assassins Creed assassin (bottom right of Quan Chi)
Bram Stoker's Van Helsing (near top right)

As others mentioned, the art changes style a lot, there is no consistent art style across these characters. The fingers on multiple characters are clearly the victim of AI rendering, and for the character in the wheelchair, their feet should not be touching...See more
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William N February 25, 2024 3:07 pm UTC
You may want to reconsider using copyrighted characters like Ninja Turtles and Mickey Mouse in your product, especially if you are selling it for $$$. That isn't your intellectual property, and it's illegal to profit from. If a random person like me just sees the cover and knows it's another person's intellectual property, chances are you have an issue here.
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Gabriel G February 26, 2024 3:58 am UTC
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TMNT does not own the copyright on humanoid turtles, the humanoid turtles presented are Tortles. The Mickey Mouse copyright from the Steamboat Willie erra (the version used in this book) entered public domain. No copyright laws have been broken by this product.
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William N March 02, 2024 10:59 am UTC
Considering your 'tortle' has a red bandana and red wrist-bands, I think you're sailing dangerously close to their content. Given that the publisher of those comics are releasing new content, this could definitely be confused with their IP and would definitely be grounds for a lawsuit if your product becomes popular. Fair warning. Also your Mickey Mouse is wearing a magician hat and yellow shoes; two features that Mickey Mouse, not Steamboat Willy, use. Again, intellectual property theft is a serious violation of law. Your defenses are misguided at best. Try to create your own content.
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Gabriel G February 22, 2024 8:14 am UTC
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An issue has been detected where the Tarrasque and the Soul Reaper became smushed together. I will be working to upload an updated version ASAP.
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JOHN S February 20, 2024 4:02 am UTC
Roll20 conversion in the works?
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Gabriel G February 22, 2024 8:16 am UTC
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I could potentially make a Roll20 conversion, but the subclasses would have to be individual handouts, as I have no idea how to incorporate them into the automated character sheets.
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