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zeecoshow · 2 days ago
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i've started doing party member portraits as we play ... two down, three to go
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erisperitas · 21 hours ago
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Tavish
My half of an art trade with @/probablynim on Twitter of their Cleric, Tavish! Just honestly a really eye-catching character that was super fun to draw!
[Carrd | Portfolio Site]
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r-h-e-t · 8 months ago
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Caduceus Clay | Divine Intervention
Wow, the Wildmother really loves him.
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jazzkolart · 2 months ago
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I’ve finally made a centaur DnD oc. He’s the biggest most insecure narcissistic cleric/fighter noble to ever exist and i adore him.
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pumpkincalico · 8 months ago
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Finally resting from uni applications so what better way to get back into art than to practice new styles! Heres my dnd character wither in the middle of battle w some fire cause i love making my ocs suffer-
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anna-draws-stuff · 6 months ago
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a doodle of Lys, my changeling trickery cleric ✨
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gaysiimar · 4 months ago
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genpitre · 3 months ago
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can’t get Ophegwynn and Lolth off my mind
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darhak · 2 months ago
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Soldier Poet King animation meme I'm working on something! All the sketches are done, I gave each character their own energy in the walk cycles. Can you guess their vibes? They are heroes from our D&D campaign "Les Passeurs de lumière" -Music: Irelia the blade dancer -Animated on clip studio
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homebrew-a-la-traumaverse · 2 months ago
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Subclasseptember Day 3: Monk
The Travel Domain - 5E Cleric Subclass by Nines
While other martial clerics give heavier weapons and armor, the Travel Domain is a lighter, more mobile cleric subclass that incentivizes avoiding conflict more than anything. Of course, a support unit that can't be attacked might still be more of a threat than the one physically beating your face in...
Before you ask - no, you can't teleport your enemies 1 mile into the air. Unless your DM thinks it would be funny and allows it.
Another entry to the Subclasseptember challenge by @nite0304. Yes, all the class based prompts will have offclass entries. All of them.
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ncat · 10 months ago
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Variant Classes Pt. 1
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With the continued expansion of 5e through new subclasses and races, the ability to create new unique characters continues to grow. Though, in my mind, one of the faults to this is that, every time you make a new subclass or such, it's just 1 more character archetype, which can sometimes feel a little lacking in terms of new possibilities.
Now of course, there's the option to just make a lot of content, which was the style of older editions, but that eventually lead to the issue of content bloat, with there just being too much content for a single person to reasonably deal with.
Though recently in my own homebrewing, I've found what I feel is a pretty good solution for such a thing: Multiplicative, rather than additive content.
This was the idea behind my Prestige Classes document, with each single prestige class being designed to be applicable to a wide number of classes at any time, meaning that with each PrC, each would add a new potential character option for each class it could interact with (or even 1 for each subclass).
So, long rambling on thought processes, Variant Classes. The idea for this is to, by adding one new class, add new character options equal to the number of subclasses a class already had, essentially being a x2.
Variant Classes are new classes that modify an existing class to varying degrees, replacing some or many of their features with new ones, creating a whole new character option. It's sorta like a Tasha optional feature, but the optional feature messes with your entire class.
So above, there are the two Variant Classes of this post: The Archivist and the Eldritch Sage
The Archivist takes inspiration from a 3rd edition class of the same game. They are scholarly mages, though they focus on divine magic rather than arcane. As such, mechanically they are very similar to the wizard (Even having a spellbook equivalent in their 'Prayerbook'), but differing from them is their spell list: rather than the wizard list, they use the Cleric list.
In comparison to the Cleric, the way they interact with spells is a bit different. The Cleric has access to their entire spell list for free, alongside their domain spells. The Archivist however, needs to learn spells, only gaining 3 per level and needing to pay for more. To make up for this is their Domain Studies, in which they initially learn a set of Cleric domain spells of their choice. At later levels however, they can learn additional diving domains, and choose which set of domain spells to prepare from each day. Yet later they even gain the ability to prepare two domains at once.
As such, while a Cleric will often have to focus on a single theme when it comes to their spells, an Archivist is more a multi-tool, able to have a wide number of domains and prepare whichever they might need for a given day.
The Eldritch Sage is a researcher into the otherworldly. They like Wizards use their intellect to fuel their magic, but rather than from direct study of the arcane, their application of magic comes from the study of the extraplanar.
Mechanically, the eldritch Sage is a warlock, with their patron instead representing ehat type of otherworldly entity they focus their research upon. Unlike the regular warlock, they use Int instead of Cha. Most differently is that they use regular Spellcasting rather than the warlocks Pact Magic, making them more of a traditional long rest based caster.
The Eldritch Sage also interacts with Invocations differently. Rather than having a number of invocations at will they instead learn a number of invocations, and can prepare a few of them at the end of a long rest. This means that they will often have more total invocations, but less active invocations.
Woops yeah, lots of text today.
Ah, you may have noticed the Pt.1 at the top of the post! That's because I actually made 4 variant classes, it's just that the other 2 will be posted seperately (very much my own choice, totally not because tumblr didn't like me dropping 20 pages into here). So yeah, I guess look forward to seeing in maybe a few days time the Mentalist and the Mountebank.
Honestly imo they're more my favourite out of the bunch, being the more radical in their changes to their classes. (Or maybe it's bias, since I am in the process of playtesting both of them in campaigns I'm in x) )
Edit: oh hell I forgot to put in the art credits, since they were all part of the images originally, but they'd be on the last page of the second set. My bad
Art credits:
Archivist.
- Clever Distraction from Innistrad: Crimson Vow by Andrew Mar
- Conspiracy Theorist from Strixhaven by Svetlin Velinov
Eldritch Sage.
- Contact Other Plane from Adventures in the Forgotten Realms by Alix Branwyn
- Magus of the Moon MtG from Time Spiral Remastered by Milivoj Ceran
Edit: Part 2 is up, and can be found here
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mathildedraws · 8 months ago
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D&D birds stickers
Commissions are open!
[ID: Drawings of birds, with armor and equipment, each representing a different dungeons and dragons class, in order, a bard goldfinch, a druid robin, a ranger swallow, a figther hawk, a paladin jay, a warlock crow, a wizard european roller, a rogue magpie, a barbarian eagle and finally a cleric barn owl.]
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lizaoverlord · 3 months ago
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My DnD party the Grey Wardens came across a fortune teller’s tent. Deimos was all “Haha fortune tellers aren’t real.” Then Nora (our tiefling cleric) replied “I dare you to go in.”
The fortune teller lady started talking about a fiendish influence Deimos is bound to. Deimos pretended not to know what she was talking about, but she continued to insist. She asked “What is it that you would want?” Deimos asked for a reversal in that power imbalance. The fortune teller only offered that Deimos can pledge his soul to another entity.
Next was Nora. She asked for the protection of those she now travels with. The fortune teller said she could do that, but only in exchange for a piece of Nora’s fortune.
And then Faeyra. She has a mysterious mark on her back that has continued to grow and cause Faeyra pain. The fortune teller offered that it can be removed by transferring it to someone else. It can be someone close to death anyway. Someone who wouldn’t even notice.
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a sexy satyr  cleric for your consideration- her name is Daphne! she loves  a good party and detests pants! she’s a cleric of Dionysus in the delight domain 🍇🍷she does the standard healing of a cleric but is less interested in fighting and is more into officiating weddings and all around having a good time 
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jazzkolart · 6 months ago
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New DnD cleric tiefling guy dropped. His name is Capitali and he’s secretly a horse girl. I’m not used to this semi realistic style but he was quite fun to draw.
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wildfireillustration · a month ago
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New DnD character time!
Gonna be playing a firbolg death cleric of the Raven Queen :3
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