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This product was by far our favorite Class Acts product to write to-date. I love hexes so much.
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@ dunebugg: A reasonable request; I've considered "teasing" the products in the descriptive text. Ask and ye shall receive.
This product contains eighteen new witch hexes, which are as follows:
Abeyance - Flay the environment with the ravages of time.
Alteration Hex - Change not just your appearance, but your physical shape.
Bewitch - Dominate your opponents like only a witch can!
Dance with the Dead - Command the dead with ritualistic dance.
Doom Hex - Curse your opponents to suffer grievous, cursed wounds.
Evil Presence - Gain a stunning aura of evil.
Heartstone Hex - Craft a heartstone, similar to that of a night hag's.
Horrifying Hex - Mortify your opponents with your hideous appearance.
Pestilence - Corrupt the land, creating a breeding ground for disease.
Pinch - Give your opponents (or your allies) a good old-fashioned pinching!
Weakening Hex - Sap your enemies' strength with a touch, as a green hag does.
Witchlights - Lure your opponents to their doom!
Woodwife - Gain a suite of woodland-friendly abilities.
Last Laugh - Curse your opponents with your dying breath.
Lure - Master the arts of deception and temptation.
Promise of Power - Reward your dominated thralls with a promise of power...
Scrying Cauldron - Mix potions into your cauldron to affect the subject of your scrying spells.
Torment - Haunt your foes with your psychic presence.
I've said it before, and I'll say it again: this product was a joy to write, so I'm quite glad to see it so well-received. I think this is probably the most "fun" PDF we've put out, and I'm glad to see the notoriously-hard-to-please Endzeitgeist so... well, pleased.
Thank you for your kind review - look for Druids and Rangers by the end of the month.
Thanks for your excellent review, KTFish7. The admittedly-strange "cleric or paladin" line in Evil Presence, actually mirrors the language you'll find in the detect evil spell. I suppose technically an anti-paladin is a paladin (albeit a variant one), as alternate classes effectively amount to nothing more than exhaustive archetypes. I'll concede that I do find the language strange in hindsight.
In any case, I'm very pleased that you enjoyed this product so much, and I'm even more pleased to see you back in the swing of things, KTFish7.
Reviewed here and at RPGNow.