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Abstract Dungeon: Class Traits

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Bringing fighters, wizards, bards, and multiclass ranger/paladin/martial artist/math-a-magicians to Abstract Dungon

In many roleplaying games, players are able to sum up their characters with just one word, be it fighter, wizard, ranger, or ninja.

While the Abstract Dungeon core game doesn’t have any character classes like many traditional roleplaying games do, but it does contain an extremely flexible trait system. For those who appreciate the direction classes provide, or for those who just want to kick it old school with a half-orc barbarian, you can use these class traits to create characters that mimic the feel of classes.

 
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March 31st, 2020
As a 'light' RPGer, this is a great reference to give me a nudge toward a more creative direction when I think about class and class traits, for Abstract Dungeon system or for any RPGs in general. Provides common, uncommon, and rare classes and traits [...]
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March 26th, 2016
I was really interested by the Abstract Dungeon system. However, finding appropriate and balanced freeform Traits is not as simple as it seems, so I figured that a list of Class Traits would be an excellent source of inspiration for players. I even tho [...]
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