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Many bloodragers don’t know where their powers come from. A consecrated fury knows at least that, either by choice or chance or fate, a deity intermixed its power with the power in his blood. His patron may ask relatively little in exchange of this favor, like completing a quest or two once in a while, or may request that the consecrated fury become the leader of its church’s fighting arm. Either way, he is a dreadful sight on the battlefield– a slayer and a healer, a warning for his god’s enemies and a symbol of victory for the members of his flock.
Primary Class: Bloodrager
1) Blessed bloodline, bloodline power, fast movement, sacred bloodrage
Blessed Bloodline: The granted powers from the consecrated fury’s deity interfere with the natural powers coming from his bloodline. At 1st level, a consecrated fury chooses one bloodline and one blessing granted from his patron deity. The chosen blessing must be related to his bloodline, as per the following table. The consecrated fury replaces two bloodline powers with the minor and major power of his blessing. He can choose to replace his 1st, 4th or 8th–level bloodline power with his minor blessing, and his 12th or 16th–level bloodline power with his major blessing. The consecrated fury can use his blessing powers during a bloodrage, and their effect lasts for all the bloodrage’s duration. Moreover, the consecrated fury doesn’t gain bonus spells from his chosen bloodline. This modifies bloodline.
Aberrant Bloodline: Animal, Destruction, Madness, Void
Fast Movement: As bloodrager.
Bloodline Bane Blooded/Bloodhunting Special Weapon Property
Blood Casting: A consecrated fury gains blood casting at 5th level, and casts spell as a bloodrager of his level –1.
Spells: The consecrated fury adds the following warpriest spells to his spell list at the indicated levels:
For my last one, I'll make the Spirit Guardian (Ranger/Shaman)
So, boys and girls... apparently I wasn't chosen to be in #13.
I made a couple of mistakes. A full stop/new line missing, and "smited" for "smitten". Sorry.
So, for (maybe) my last performance on this thread, here is the
Some inquisitors are divinely inspired to investigate on ecclesiastical crimes and cases. They relentless chase running or hiding criminals, collect clues, and use patience and cunning to solve a case. They are skilled lawyers and thinkers in a court or in a battlefield, and reinforce their divine judgements through cool logic and study.
Primary Class: Inquisitor
1) Domain, inspiration, trapfinding, orisons, stern gaze
Domain: As inquisitor.
Spells: A divine detective adds the following investigator formulae to her spell list:
I don't think your character is dead. The archetype lets you use hexes from bonded spirits. It also says to make the necessary adjustments (Cha instead of Wis). Well, Arcane Enlightenment adds wizard spells to the shaman's spell list, so it will add them to the oracle's spell list the same way.
So I think I'll quit my angel like I quitted familiar stuff, and save it for a more in-theme issue (sigh). Hope my submission about favored class bonuses can still make it, even if five monster subtypes on nine are outsiders...
I created a seducer angel for a book (I don' know if you will ever see that out...). It basically had a "I'm going to show you how better love is if you're good!" attitude and set out to redeem evil beings with love & beauty (never forcing them).
Finished and sent! I tweaked the abilities to make it more appealing to monsters, shapeshifters included, and added a mutated bloodline for wildblooded sorcerers and ten new spells. A bit long, but it's under the 5% limit.
Almost finished a bloodline for shapechanging monsters. All that's left is a little flavor text and then maybe I can send it tomorrow.
That's not the RAW at all. Half-celestial can be applied to "any living, corporeal creature with an intelligence score of 4 or more." Aasimars have either a celestial ancestor (grandparent or further back) or have some other celestial influence (born near a planar 'weak spot', born on a celestial plane, blessed in the womb by a celestial etc.)
It's said in Blood of Angels.
I was thinking about something along the lines of monster cohorts/Monstrous Mount.
Le voilà, messieurs
All swashbucklers are braggarts more or less, and all bards as well; but a boastful gallant combines the swordplay and wordplay of both. Poetry, love, and glory are her lifeblood. Cheerful and romantic at heart, she deeply believes that seeing her beloved’s face and composing verses in his and her own bravery’s praise can give her the strength to defeat a hundred foes single–handedly. The thing is, that’s usually the case.
Primary Class: Swashbuckler
1) Performing deeds, performing panache, swashbuckler finesse
Performing Panache: A boastful gallant inspires herself and her allies to great acts of heroism with her music and songs, and demoralizes her foes’ hearts. At the start of each day, a boastful gallant gains a number of performing panache points equal to her Charisma modifier (minimum 1). This number goes up or down throughout the day, but usually cannot go higher than her maximum, though feats and magic items can affect this maximum. A boastful gallant spends performing panache points to use bardic performances (1 point/round) or to accomplish deeds. She has to sing, dance or play in some way while performing deeds for this ability to work.
A boastful gallant can take a dare in place of a regular feat gained with level progression. Furthermore, a boastful gallant can choose the following new dare.
For Your Beautiful Eyes (Ex): When this dare is active, your Charisma bonus for all abilities and checks increases by +1. You regain 1 performing panache point when someone who counts as romantically or physically attracted by you gives you praise while you are using this dare.
Hmmm... How to transform your familiar in other shapes? How to choose greater monstrous familiars? How to give them class levels? Would this be in theme?