Warlock Patron – The Vanquished

Hello, everyone! Villain Month continues this week with a slightly late entry. This warlock Patron revolves around unfinished business and the dead who won’t rest until their task is completed. The villain who inspired this subclass was not a willing participant in this scheme, but your character might even seek out a patron willing to…

Monastic Tradition – Way of Anathema

Hello, everyone! Villain month continues this week with a new Monastic Tradition, one which strives to impose equality between those who would wield magic and those who cannot. Whether this attempt is genuine or not, though, I leave as an exercise to the reader. Monastic Tradition – Way of Anathema Some believe that the gifts…

Monastic Tradition – Way of the Traced Path

Hello, everyone! Today’s subclass is a monastic tradition focused around agility, urban navigation, and the occasional willingness to take a dive when the situation demands. Monastic Tradition Way of the Traced Path “Blast!” Aldric scowled, “There’s no way we’ll get to the duke in time to warn him.” Indeed, all hope seemed lost to the…

Paladin Oath – Oath of Conscription

Hello, everyone! Today’s article is a new Paladin Oath, originally suggested by a Twitter follower (@CurseOfSebs) an embarrassingly long time ago. Paladins swearing the Oath of Conscription are bound to infernal powers rather than their own gods, trying to either redeem evildoers or at least utilize them for the greater good. However, this treacherous path…

The Hunter Class (T3 Playtest Draft, Summoner Quarry)

Hello, everyone, and happy Friday! This week’s article is a Tier 3 update to the Hunter, bringing the base class and all of its subclasses to level 16! Additionally, this update brings with it the Summoner Quarry, a hunter who traps extraplanar fey, fiends, and elementals in a deck of soul cards. These trapped extraplanar…

The Hunter Class(T2 Playtest Draft, Dragon Quarry)

Hello, everyone.  Sorry for the late article this week; the workflow involved in designing a class(and its subclasses) from the ground up is a little different than my typical article fare, so I needed to take some extra time to ensure that the class was functioning as I wanted it to. This week, I’ve expanded…