The Divine Herald, a roguish archetype


The Divine Herald

Greetings Arcanites!

Today's post will showcase Tabbris' archetype of the Rogue, The Divine Herald, through 3rd level.

During our trip to PAX West 2016, Trevor Kidd and I were pondered the eloquent thought, "Dude, I wish there was a subclass that was totally inspired by his faith, and gained some awesome holy features like a paladin, but for, like... a rogue!" (Socrates, aren't we?) That night, I couldn't shake it and before I stepped out of that morning's Seattle rain the Divine Herald started her faithful service.

Whether an clandestine protector of the church's secrets or a tormented assassin of a vengeful deity, a Divine Herald channels the will of her patron to deadly effect against transgressors and even sometimes against the very religious organizations that masquerades in their holy name.

With the first page of this build, and the PHB, anyone watching at home should have enough information to follow right along, for now. But what features may come?

As always, Maze Arcana patrons of the appropriate tier will have access to the entire subclass. We invite you to join the community in helping us keep the show and the development of it moving. At some point in the future, I might release some of these on the DMsGuild but likely not in singular increments.

Thanks for watching, we love you guys, and ENJOY!

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DUNGEONS & DRAGONS, D&D, Wizards of the Coast, Forgotten Realms, Ravenloft, the dragon ampersand, and all other Wizards of the Coast product names, and their respective logos are trademarks of Wizards of the Coast in the USA and other countries. 

This work contains material that is copyright Wizards of the Coast and/or other authors. Such material is used with permission under the Community Content Agreement for Dungeon Masters Guild.

All other original material in this work is copyright 2016 by Ruty Rutenberg (@RutyWoot) and published under the Community Content Agreement for Dungeon Masters Guild.

 

                                                                                                          

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