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Plenty of Oaths in your diet...Michael Sayre (Design Manager) —
So this new supplement lays out new Oaths (as presented in Ultimate Magic) for the Paladin. The new Oaths are Battle, Law, Liberty, and Redemption.
New KnightsMichael Sayre (Design Manager) —
This product introduces 3 new archetypes for the paladin, the Champion of Law, the Knight-Zealot, and the Peacebringer.
Inquisitor goodies!Michael Sayre (Design Manager) —
I know that there's a lot of material out there for the INquisitor, but deep down inside some part of me believes that they are the least supported class in the system, despite being one of the most mechanically elegant and best-built classes in the game. This supplement directly addresses that part of me and says "It's okay. We heard your prayers and sent the angels from Abandoned Arts to set your fears at ease"
They also provide a handy little table at the end of the document to help you match up your new Inquisitor and his Inquisition to the appropriate deity by suggesting appropriate Deific Portfolios for the user of a given Inquisition to associate with.
Cops and RobbersMichael Sayre (Design Manager) —
So Abandoned Arts new Inquisitor Archetypes are definitely going to be seeing table time with my new group. They present them in their usual simple and flawless format, etc...
More Sorcerer Bloodline fun!Michael Sayre (Design Manager) —
Abandoned Arts had my attention instantly with their variant spell-less Rangers, and with the fantastic .99 price on their supplements, I've never regretted purchasing their material. Class Acts: Sorcerers introduces two new bloddlines, the Mesmeric, and the Trollblooded. The Mesmeric bloodline gives you a kind of fun pseudo psionic / divination vibe, which has some fun abilities that don't step on any of the traditional diviners toes. I initially thought their 20th level ability "Thought Made Reality" was a bit over the top (an essentially unstoppable Wish SLA) but then I realized that we are talking 20th level here.
Expanded Monk Styles... I'm in!Michael Sayre (Design Manager) —
So, I'm going to start this review by pointing out that I'm becoming increasingly prejudiced towards Abandoned Arts products. Their Spell-less Ranger Archetypes are some of my favorite and they have a wide array of products that are both fun and balanced.
Another triumph for AlluriaMichael Sayre (Design Manager) —
Cerulean Seas amazed me. I'm starting with this because anyone interested in this product should be starting there first and then purchasing this supplement.