Blade Caster (5e Subclass)

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Blade Caster[edit]

Wizard Subclass

Most wizards are known as masters of the arcane, but frail and too weak to fight with a sword. You're here to prove all of them wrong, but not in the way you'd think. You've spent years learning and mastering the properties of sword and the like and how magic effects them, and now you can bend them to your will. Whether it be sending down a hailstorm of blades on your opponent or creating solid walls of steel to protect you or your friends. You are a perfect mix between the arcane and the physical.

Blade Magister

Beginning at level 3, for years you have studied the properties of different swords and similar weapons and how to use magic to manipulate them, giving you the ability to bend bladed weapons to your will

Bag of Blades

Beginning at level 3, you carry a modified bag of holding that can only hold blades of your back that looks like a simple bag on your back that has a near infinite amount of blades inside it that can only be removed with your magic, and once your magic stops being applied to it, it will automatically go back into your bag. If your bag breaks or is lost, you can create a new one with any unique weapons that you stored still inside over the course of a long rest.

Slicing Dart

Beginning at level 1, You draw one of the many blades being held in your bag and cause it to dart toward your target at extreme speeds, dealing 1d8 slashing damage with a maximum range of 60 feet. The damage increases to 1d10 at level 10, and 2d10 at level 15.

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