Clerics of war gods tend towards two archetypes: those who inspire powerful warriors to great deeds, and those who leap into the fray themselves. Does your god reward the strong hero, spattered with the blood of their foes, or the battle commander, leading troops to victory?
This SRD5-compatible take on war clerics comes in two flavors - inspiration and valor. The 'inspiration' version of the war... [click here for more]
An avatar of fury, the barbarian achieves victory by carving a bloody path straight to it. While other fighters consciously refine their skills, the barbarian relies less on training and more on tapping into their intuition and anger to guide their hand. Descending into a reckless frenzy, yet at the same time learning to control this power - by mastering this duality, the barbarian turns their rage... [click here for more]
Faced with a long trek through dense wilderness, the expedition recruits a skilled, wise ranger to guard against the dangers of the wilds and lead them safely to their destination. When an unexpected wagon breakdown adds extra days to their trip, the expedition is saved thanks to the ranger’s resourcefulness.
The caravan was on alert for bandits, thanks to their guide spotting the signs earlier... [click here for more]
A hooded figure crouches in ancient ruins, almost invisible save for an outline flickering by faint candlelight. The ritual almost completed, power is within their grasp - power to right wrongs, or perhaps simply for its own sake. Nonetheless, their patron will grant them the arcane might they need to acheive their goals; some lucky sorcerers are just born with their power, but some have to work a... [click here for more]
What does it mean to be born with magical power? Would you manifest it carefully, planning each spell? Or would you harness the entirety of your magic to waste your foes, gambling it all on your victory?
This alternate imagining of the Sorcerer changes its spell mechanics slightly, using existing mechanics and modifying relatively little about the class. Yet the impact it has on the feeling of being... [click here for more]