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Creative Class Constructs IV: Magic Users

January 23, 2014Written by Paul Rehac - Published on

From my thoughts to your screen to your table, welcome back to Creative Class Constructs. I’m your resident Immersion Specialist and today I’ll be discussing the fourth staple D&D class: The Magic-User. The Magic-User, to me, seemed to be the most difficult class to discuss in the Creative Class Constructs series —  you don’t need […]

Creative Class Constructs III: Rogues

January 11, 2014Written by Paul Rehac - Published on

You want your party to go against an NPC from a city’s seedier side, and you want this encounter to be challenging. They’ve cut down guilds of rogues with rings of invisibility and shadow dancer levels, and its getting old. You could simply switch the class of the NPC, but you want his levels to […]

Creative Class Constructs II: Fighters

January 2, 2014Written by Paul Rehac - Published on

From my thoughts to your screen to your table, welcome back to Creative Class Constructs; an article series in which we discuss alternatives to the cliche class models that we all know. Hopefully these suggestions will inspire you, and your players, to make diverse NPC’s and PC’s to bring extra flavor to your game. This […]

Creative Class Constructs: Clerics

December 23, 2013Written by Paul Rehac - Published on

Let’s say you have a player who is new to fantasy tabletops, but is familiar with video games/books/movies in the genre. They know the stereotypes — a back-stabbing kleptomaniac rogue, a hardy fighter wielding a big sword, a pious cleric with so many heal spells he could be named “Band-aid” and a wizard who bends […]

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