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Posted - 15 Feb 2017 :  22:30:31  Show Profile  Visit Storyteller Hero's Homepage Send Storyteller Hero a Private Message  Reply with Quote  Delete Topic
Presenting THE DANCER, a playable class for Dungeons & Dragons 5th edition, available now on Dungeon Masters Guild for $1.99.

The dancer is a warrior that casts spells and moves across the battlefield with supernatural agility. With the power to bewitch enemies with magical dance techniques and an attunement to the Flow of magic that courses through all existence, the dancer is a force to be reckoned with.

After mastering basic techniques, the dancer studies a style of magical dance that is built around an Eldritch Rhythm, derived from their perception of the inherent rhythms found in the Flow of magic.

Rhythm of the Battle Dancer: A dance style that revolves around weapon play, making the dancer a fierce melee combatant.

Rhythm of the Primal Song: A dance style that gives homage to the cycle of nature, granting the dancer powers based on veneration of the four seasons.

Rhythm of the Seven Veils: A dance style that combines the dancer's movements with the visual asthetic of a protective ward imbued with a colorful glow and magical properties.

This product contains the following:

#9679; A full class design from levels 1-20.

#9679; A list of the dancer's spells, including spells from the Player's Handbook and the Elemental Evil Player's Companion.

#9679; 1-sentence summaries of all spells on the dancer's spell list.

http://www.dmsguild.com/product/205334/The-Dancer-5e-Class

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