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Unusual Core Classes the Spellweaver shall Weave Magic back into Your Game

Please note that this product is written for the OGL 3.5 fantasy rules. A newer, updated and expanded version of this product has been written and is intended for use with the Pathfinder Game Rules. You can find the newer version here.

The Unusual Core Classes the Spellweaver presents an alternate magic system that transforms arcane magic into a matter of skill and not just level climbing.

Using the new Spellweaving skill, a spellweaver is able to manipulate the threads of magic that spread throughout Existence like an infinite web of arcane energy. Using this system, arcane spells of any level may be cast so long as the character is sufficiently skilled and willing to risk the hazardous repercussions of failure.

Inside you will find instructions on how to integrate this new form of skill-based magic into your game setting, or how to replace the existing magic system outright. The simple rules for doing so are presented in easy-to-read tables that can be used for converting third party spells to Spellweaving DCs.

Inside the Unusual Core Class the Spellweaver You'll Find

  • The Unusual Core Classes the Spellweaver Class
  • 4 Spellweaving-related Prestige Classes: the Battle Weaver, Cartomancer, Fated, and Weave Dancer
  • More than 30 new feats concerning this new magic system and notes on how existing feats relate to Spellweaving
  • A new race of natural spellweavers, the spider-like Ardekh
  • A new, Spellweaving-based goddess, a new cleric domain, new spells, and new magic items related to Spellweaving
  • 5 new creatures, a new hazard, the Weave creature subtype, and a new creature template
  • Rules for lands where the Weave acts abnormally
  • All SRD spells converted to Spellweaving DC to save you time

The time has come to break the mold and put spell slots aside.

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Timothy B. [Featured Reviewer]
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July 20th, 2010
A very interesting take on the spellcaster. The spellweaver presents a different sort of mechanic for doing magic. Great for the players that want to give something very, very different for a try. The spells from the d20 SRD are re-written as Spell Wea [...]
Peter I. [Featured Reviewer]
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October 30th, 2006
Unusual Core Classes: The Spellweaver is a 55 page d20 pdf product detailing a new core class, the Spellweaver, and a new magical system to support it. The Spellweaver manipulates the weave, the fine strands of energy that connect living and non-living [...]
Sean H. [Featured Reviewer]
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September 17th, 2006
Unusual Core Classes: The Spellweaver by Misfit Studio presents a variant spell caster and spell casting system for the D20/D&D system. It is a sizable work, weighing in at 55 pages (53 after the cover and OGL is removed) with both a color and pri [...]
Nathan C. [Featured Reviewer]
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September 13th, 2006
Misfit Studios?s Unusual Core Classes: Spellweaver integrates another magical weave into the Dungeons and Dragons universe. Though the weave is nothing knew to Dungeons and Dragons fans, the simplistic spell system and casting method included in the Sp [...]
Shane O. [Featured Reviewer]
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August 31st, 2006
Unusual Core Classes: The Spellweaver is a supplement from Misfit Studios. The zipped file is barely over five megabytes, and contains two PDF files; the main file, and the printer-friendly version thereof. The book is fifty-five pages long, including [...]
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