The Exemplars of Evil supplement shows Dungeon Masters how to construct villains of various levels that can be easily incorporated into any D&D campaign. 17 items Complete list of all D&D spells, rulebooks, feats, classes and more! Feats in Exemplars of Evil. ‹‹ previous 1 next ›› (total 17 items). Items per page. 17 items Feat name, Short description, Rulebook. Beloved of Demons, The tanar’ri reward you with unholy vitality whenever you defeat Exemplars of Evil.
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The non-Evil villain, the hero pursuing a good goal through bad means.
Exemplars of Evil
If you insist on playing a favored soul, this isn’t a bad option. As an immediate action, a 1 round duration Will Negates debuff is One of the most difficult parts could be the coming up with the objective and motivation of the villain. A modal spell, castable either as an immediate action or by taking one full round. They can come up with motivations and plans just fine.
Your IP address will be recorded. If you’re evil, and take a crappy prereq feat, and take weapon focus, you can spend another feat to break Polymorph. Too bad it’s only useful for evil clerics and requires a terrible feat exemplarz prerequisite. Errors The following errors occurred with your submission.
Feats in Exemplars of Evil – D&D Tools
exempplars All you get in exchange is a once per day Disguise Self, mind, with extra uses as you give up Trap Sense increases, but if you’re not using Trapfinding, or have multiple classes that grant it, it’s a good deal.
This page was last edited on 7 Octoberat There is no reason whatsoever for this spell to have the Evil tag.
As a villain, he’s the sort of guy you can use as a patron without much trouble, and a githyanki civil war would be an interesting campaign plot.
Aside from that, though, this is actually a decent villain, a somewhat sympathetic evil necromancer lich.
Calais Archwinter An elf cursed into the form of a drow, and cursed by Lolth into becoming what she hated most, a foul villain. Finally, something you can trade Trapfinding for.
The last page of the book is a paragraph each about adapting the named places to Eberron and Faerun, since they’re all based by default in Greyhawk. Blessing of the Godless: Frankly, most villains are better off using exemplats rebuke attempts to fuel divine feats.
He’s got a fair chunk of minions and lieutenants, and comes with a fortress and set of encounters. This is not actually the blessing of the Godless. The story behind his “fall” isn’t exactly compelling, but it’s a hell of a lot better than Emmara’s story. IF you take the time to cast it, you get unlimited use for one round per caster level, otherwise it’s a oneshot.
Wizards of the Coast. It discusses challenge ratings of them and how villains can evolve. Monks, rogues, and rangers can trade evasion for Feign Death at will as an immediate action.
It’s not even non-good only. Sure there are plenty of books with stat blocks of things to fight both easy and hard but not so many about how to play a bad guy and how to make them effective. Don’t ask me why, if you’re the sort of person to have Improved Crit and 2d6 or more Sneak Attack, you would sacrifice your delicious extra damage for a shitty short-duration debuff. Exemplars of Evil is a supplement to the 3.
Exemplars of Evil
Unless you’re a summoning druid, you’re not using your conversion ability anyway, so why NOT give it up to hit humanoids with a sicken effect? Evil only, you give up Rebuke Undead to gain a crappy area-effect Sicken attack. There are eight villains written about in the book each one getting its own edemplars. The Rival Villain, the classic recurring villain.