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Adding More Divine Presence 5e D&D

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Ever feel like despite Paladins, Clerics, and Druids running around all over the place in the worlds of 5e D&D there is a lack of divine presence? You’d think worlds that are rife with divine manifestations would have more ways for the power of the divine to be expressed in our D&D games. Many adventuring parties contain several divinely empowered characters yet the worlds of D&D can seem oddly lacking in divine presence or at least rules and mechanics to support all the divine power that exists in the world.

Fret not brave adventures and Dungeon Masters we’ve got help for you. The fine folks at Eventyr Games that brought you Milando’s Guide to Magical Marvels and Wanderer’s Guide to Merchants & Magic are at it again. This time they look to the heavens to bring you Heretic’s Guide to Devotion & Divinity now on Kickstarter.

Heretic’s Guide to Devotion & Divinity

With 150+ pages of Heretic’s Guide to Devotion & Divinity, you will see adaptable religious cults, ready-to-play relic hunts, plug-and-play divine NPCs, sacred subclasses, feats, celestial creatures and other monsters, mystical magic items, boons, divine oaths, and other godly rewards. This means tons of new options for players to sprinkle the divine into their characters even if they aren’t playing typically divine character classes. The Dungeon Master will have no prep options to add more divine presence in their games and worlds. Plus the tools to craft and really build the divine into their games if they desire. There is even a 20-page sample download – Here

At the time of this writing the project is already funded and 6 stretch goals deep.

Unlocked Kickstarter Stretch Goals

  1. Divine Feats – Become champions of the gods, perform minor miracles, and enhance your divine power.
  2. Cheat Sheets – Printable cheat sheets for NPCs, Cults, Relic Hunts, Ceremonies, and Sample Gods.
  3. Divine Dragon – Wyrmling, Young, Adult, and Ancient versions. Plus STL files.
  4. Sacred Subclasses – New divine subclasses from the Anointed Blade Rogue to the College of Chanting Bard.
  5. Exalted Encounters – Both combat and non-combat encounters add a divine spark to your D&D games.
  6. +1 Back Cult – The backers get to add a new cult with NPC and quest hooks.

There is plenty of time for Heretic’s Guide to Devotion & Divinity to unlock more stretch goals. You can back this project – Here



david friant

My name is Dave Friant I've been gaming off and on for over 27 years. But here is the thing it's always been a part of my life I've kept secret and hidden away. I've always been ashamed of the stigma that gaming and my other nerdy and geeky pursuits summon forth. Recently I decided screw it! This is who I am the world be damned. From now on I'm gonna be a geek, nerd, or however folks want to judge me and just enjoy life. Currently one of my greatest joys is introducing my 13 yr old son to table top RPG's.

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