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Ritual Spell Book and Witch Class for 5e Preview

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Note: This preview is based on pre-release materials, and what you see here may differ from the final published book.

Ritual Spellbook

If you play Dungeons and Dragons, you may look for new content for your game. If you want to add your D&D adventures with magical abilities, this may be a book you may consider. A new Witch class and Shaman, Clairvoyant & Voodoo subclasses are described alongside a book of spells. Check them out in the Ritual Spell Book and Witch Class from Fumble Folks.

Fumble Folks try to introduce new players to the hobby. Their short and light adventures try to provide a way to get your game to the table without taking too long of your time. Their objective is to help those new players that may be scared of the huge amount of content in D&D core books. If you’re taking your first steps into the world of RPGs you may consider it.

In Dungeons and Dragons 5e, there is space for new magical classes and rituals. That is where the Ritual Spell Book and Witch Class come in place. The Witch uses her own Ritual Spell Book to cast powerful spells that may fit your adventure.

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Shaman

With three subclasses based on witchcraft, the Witch is a new ritual spellcaster to 5e. With their abilities, you can create a Witch character as you prefer. Whether you’re creating a Clairvoyant, a Shaman, or a Voodoo practitioner. You’ll find new rules and mechanics, instant-cast spells, and ritual spells to expand spellcaster abilities. It may allow increased flexibility to use spells outside a combat-centric domain for players who want to focus on spellcasting instead of just on melee combat.

Beginner players and game masters may find the book descriptions, design, layout, and illustrations pleasing.

This book is a result of research on witchcraft. Working with real-life practitioners helped the writers in this project.

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Clairvoyant

Ritual Spell Book for 5e and the Witch Class is an addition to Fumble Folk’s previously released Beginner’s Bundle for D&D. The content from this book can be used with previous books.

Remember that this is just a preliminary preview, and things may change before the final release. As the creators stated, their “focus is on making it as good as possible”, and a deeper preview would be possible “once they have solid play-test material”. These are our first impressions of Ritual Spell Book and Witch Class. We can’t provide a comprehensive review, score, and recommendation of the book because, so far, we have had very limited access to the book’s contents and have yet to try it. We may consider reviewing the book once it is published.

Get ready to unleash the power of the occult with this addition to Dungeons and Dragons 5e.

The Kickstarter campaign for Ritual Spell Book and Witch Class for 5e runs from the 31st of October for 20 days.

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