Caster Prestige Archetype: Bloodmage (OGL) PDF
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Welcome to the first in our new series of prestige archetypes (there is a work-in-progress version if you are looking for the full collection).
Obsessed with the study of the effects of blood and bloodlines on magic, bloodmages swell their bodies and magnify spell power, attempting to replicate the powers of sorcerer bloodlines by mastering blood magic.
Prestige Class Source: Bloatmage
Build Class Options: The bloodmage is built on the wizard, but the following optional build classes are described below: arcanist, druid, psychic, sacerdote, sorcerer, or witch.
A sample character is available on the Purple Duck News blog and will be later added at levels 1, 5, 10, 15 to this file.
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