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  • 6 Pages of handwritten lore connecting Earth to Golarion
  • 2 brand new classes and their multiclass archetypes
    • Zealot - A hybrid of Pathfinder 1e's Warpriest and Inquisitor. With 43 feats to choose from and 4 inquisition subclasses!
    • Theurge - A master of all four traditions of magic. With 36 feats to choose from!
  • 7 Zealot Focus Spells
  • 4 Theurge Focus Spells
  • 5 Archetypes
    • Metamagic Master - Grants access to a wide swath of metamagic feats and learns to combine multiple metamagics in one spell
    • Bloatmage - Learns to harness energy in their blood to fuel additional spells. However, such techniques are stressful on the body and mind, potentially causing an overload of magical energy.
    • Shield Mage - Masters of the Shield cantrip. Utilizing specialized techniques, the Shield Mage can repel attackers, block with Shield more frequently, and even explode their Shield with magical force.
    • Silencer - Hunters of spellcasters. Similar to Superstitious Barbarians, Silencers learn to protect their body and mind from magical intrusions while nullifying magic themselves.
    • Corrupter - Experts with spells that cause continuous damage and learn to cast them regardless of tradition. They can also learn to add doses of poison to their spellcasts, making them exceedingly lethal over a period of time.
  • 1 Class Archetype
    • Specialized Research Field: Preservationist (Alchemist) - These alchemists learn to bottle creatures inside vials that can be uncorked later. The creatures are volatile outside of their bottles and dissipate quickly but last long enough to cause harm to the alchemist's foes.
  • 13 New Spells
    • Acid Pit, Aligned Arrow, Aggressive Thundercloud, Bolster (cantrip), Call Lightning, Create Pit, Synapse Jolt, Hungry Pit, Murderous Command, Spiked Pit, Stumble Gap, Summoner's Call (cantrip), and Vine Toss
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Dylan W October 19, 2021 12:09 pm UTC
Update 1.10: Rebalanced the Imprisonment Inquisition. Standardized the Divine Font text (I hope). Thanks to Jackson W. for the feedback!
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Jackson W October 17, 2021 8:33 pm UTC
Just doing a quick read-through of the classes. They seem interesting, though a lot of the power of the Zealot seems to be concentrated into the focus spells and certain subclasses (Inquisition of Imprisonment seems head and shoulders above the others). Current Divine Font also seems a little clunky (would it really be too strong to just use the Cleric version?), and Divine Strike provokes Attack of Opportunity in melee, which can cause issues at higher levels when AoOs become much more common (30% of creatures from levels 16-20 have it).
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Dylan W October 17, 2021 8:43 pm UTC
I did think Imprisonment was a bit strong. I may change it to be more akin to the Fighter's Snagging Strike to allow creatures to move away in order to remove the penalty.

Divine Force should provoke AoOs just as often as Spellstrike from Magus. Since both do their schtick in melee typically, I trust Paizo for the balance of the ability not avoiding AoOs. I will point out that Judgements are verbal only and so do not provoke AoOs even when coupled with Divine Force.

Divine Fervor/Font: I do think using the Cleric version would be a bit too strong and I don't think it's that clunky as it is. You get free heal/harm spells 2 levels lower than your highest slot. Looking at the wording I used, I could change it to be a bit cleaner though.

Thanks for the feedback!
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Dylan W October 13, 2021 4:38 pm UTC
Author here; Let me know if you have any questions and I'll try to answer them!
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Dylan W October 17, 2021 4:21 am UTC
Update 1.01: Declared war on typos. Noticed some incorrect word choices from reusing common things such as the rule text for Dedications.

Judgement focus spells were changed to 2 actions as originally intended. This was to make using them with Divine Force an actual benefit.
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