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One of the most iconic archetypes of fantasy RPGs is the robed (un)holy diviner. This type of character uses divine power to evoke power ranging from healing to necromancy to buffing to debuffing to even blasting.

However, in the tabletop world, the only divine characters ever seen are fully equipped in heavy armor and a blunt weapon for whacking. These religious zealots focus on buffing themselves to most effective bash their foes.

Flaming Crab Games presents the Priest Base Class!

At first glance, the Priest appears more like a wizard donned with holy symbols than a typical diviner in Pathfinder. It's a d6, 1/2 BAB divine class equipped to fill in the role of a full divine caster that's most effective WITHOUT the warrior's attire.

How? The Priest gains domain-like Dogmas that grant spells from the wizard and cleric spell lists that have more cloth-caster appropriate spells than the domain list. The priest chooses 3 (sub)dogmas among a list of 100+ dogmas and subdogmas. These dogmas can be spontaneously cast in the same way a cleric spontaneously casts healing spells.

Also in this book are a number of Archetypes for the Priest including the following: Fanatic, Heretic, Hospitaler, Kahuna, Necromancer, Philosopher, Sage, Undivided Priest, Wanderer, and Zealot. In addition, we included a couple cleric/priest feats: Empower Channel, Greater Channel, and Maximize Channel.

 
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Thilo G. [Featured Reviewer]
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December 8th, 2015
An Endzeitgeist.com review The freshman offering by Flaming Crab Games clocks in at 28 pages, 1 page front cover, 1 page editorial/ToC, 2 pages of SRD, leaving us with 24 pages of content, so let's take a look! The priest base class gets [...]
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June 22nd, 2014
I feel there is nothing in the priest class to differentiate it froma cleric, the BAB, and HP have been reduced, the domains have been weakened slightly (ok you get 3) and renamed dogmas, and a capstone ability gained. All in all it just looks like a [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on June 18, 2014.