Classes in the 5E Commoner Game

 Classes in the 5E Commoner Game

The commoner 5e is a new class of magic in 5th Edition that lets its caster instantly change their common magical skills into chaotic (or unnatural) skills, as per the chart here. A commoner 5e uses their wisdom and charisma to convert any one type of mundane skill to one of three different categories based upon the kind of “skill” used: poker, mystic, or summoner. Any given class may have more than one of each kind of skill as well. This flexibility makes commoners perfect for any campaign, as any given day can bring new situations and opportunities. Here are five commoner 5e spells and skills to help get your class started.

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arcane schoolmates are masters at dispelling, affecting the environment to cause no harm. Using their powers to control the elemental forces around them, arcane schoolmates can create barriers, seal doors, and turn other surfaces into impassable barriers. When a caster becomes a master of the arcane school, they are considered an artisan with many talents that allow them to do nearly anything with a little preparation and practice. They can even turn an entire city’s defenses against themselves!

In the Arcane school, the casters use their powers to bend reality to their will. They can manipulate the world around them to their own advantage. One of their primary goals is to dominate the energy of the plane of existence. This means that when they cast a spell, they must choose whether it will have good effects or bad and then choose how to distribute the energy at the end of the spell. Good arcane spellcasters can spread positive energy, while evil ones can scatter negative or chaotic energy.

Energy is the primary element of the Commoner 5E game. Every person in this class uses some form of energy as a power source. Each type of energy has different uses and limits. The most common type of energy is air, which every class possesses. Air magic does not last forever, but can be used repeatedly.

Water energy is similar to air but is more stable. It does not evaporate or become inert like air energy does, and it is easier to manipulate. Fire energy is similar to water, but consists mainly of flames. Fire casters may use fireballs, globes, and other objects to conjure up bolts of fiery energy to be lobbed against their enemies.

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Every caster has a specialty form of energy. Fire magics can inflict fire damage on their enemies, but only if the enemy is close enough to be hit by the flames. Water casters may use ice spells to slow their enemies or damage them, but only while they are near a body of water. Arcane casters can alter the environment around them, creating barriers that repel attacks. When these barriers are down, an enemy may target a caster instead of an ally.

All five classes in the Commoner 5E have class bonuses that improve combat abilities. Every combat action has an Improved Combat Action slot, and every four levels thereafter increases the bonus granted. Every three levels increase the number of Improved Combat Actions by two, to a maximum of ten. Each Improved Combat Action also has an Improved Combat Power slot, and every three levels thereafter increases this slot by one.

Casting spells consumes energy, just as does using weapons or moving quickly. Energy regenerates while in combat, and a caster’s energy levels increase with every spell cast. A caster must consider how much time they have available to cast spells and how much energy they have left over after combat. Energy levels are replenished during a battle.

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