As my various hombrew subclasses were beginning to scatter a little bit all over the place, I decided to create this summary thread, where I will post links to the threads for each of my creations. And yes, this is also a mean for me (at least with this first post) to soft-bump my other threads, a guys has to try, right? ^^"
Monk Monastic Tradition - Way of the Blade - This is my re-creation of a Kensei-style Monk, focusing on widening the use of the Proficiency bonus and introducing here as well a modified version of the Combo mechanic introduced in the Way of the Closed Fist;
Rogue Archetype - Spellthief- This Rogue specialises in stealing the magical energies fueling spells and magic items, and using them to create various effects to their and their companion's benefit;
Rogue Archetype - Shadow Mind - This type of Rogue is at home in the shadows, even more than others, and uses them to move, fight and as source of power to mess with other's minds:
Rogue Soulthief- A Rogue harnessing the power of the soul from its targets, and using it to create weapons and provide limited support;
Sorcerer Sorcerous Origin - Bogchild - A Sorcerous Origin focusing on poison and necrotic damage, taking inspiration form swamp and bog creatures (and maybe just a tad from Nurgle...);
Sorcerer Sorcerous Origin - Summoner - This Sorcerer subclass is, as the name implies, particularly well versed in the summoning of beings from other planes, focusing on either the Elemental Planes or the Lower Planes;
All links and files will be update as new additions, changes and corrections are made.
Feel free to post any comment and suggestions in the subclasses threads themselves, and if you have a cool idea you'd like to see developed and think that I might be up to the task, shoot it down here and I'll consider it :)
I do not usually look up other subclasses on DM's Guild (while I indeed check out the ones appearing here in the forums). If any of the mechanics or features I present in my subclasses can be found in another subclass present as part of any DM's Guild content published prior to the appearance of my subclass here in the forums, that would be an unintended coincidence, and I'd appreciate anyone noticing to let me know, so that I could fix this unwanted parallel.
hmm, should I claim Partial credit on the monk classes? :p
hahahahaha! Hey Addlcove, man! Where did you go? I have another couple of classes for you to proofread :P (joking). I still haven't made a "credits" section in the file, but I will, eventually, mentioning everyone that gave me feedback, corrections, suggestions and contributed one way or another to the refinement of all subclasses that will be included :)
Sorceror Sorcerous Origin - Summoner - This second Sorceror subclass is, as the name implies, particularly well versed in the summoning of beings from other planes, focusing on either the Elemental Planes or the Lower Planes
This one most probably needs some playtesting, as the addition of a secondary creature to use so integrally in one's turn can create unintended unbalanace, but I think this already makes the subclass somewhat more viable.