Player Paraphernalia #60—Hybrid Class: The Mystagogue (PFRPG) PDF
An original concept by Palak Shah, the Mystagogue is a hybrid class, a mixture of the Cleric and Sorcerer. Although the Diocesan from the 2015 December Player Paraphernalia Special provided a hybrid class of the same two core classes, Palak's concept and contributions takes the class more into the realm of bloodlines and an eclectic mix of arcane and divine spells. New feats are also included tailored for some of this class's unique abilities.
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