Boon of the Gold Dragon God (5e Blessing)
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Boon of the Gold Dragon God
Gain the power of a red dragon. (Do not use in normal campaign)
This is recommended to be given at first level and used for a overpowered campaign
You have been blessed by a Gold dragon of great wyrm status or higher(Such as a god or homebrew being) you are now an avatar of the Gold dragon, the symbol of Judgement.
Level 1 At level one you gain the ability to cast the spells Bane and Bless an amount of times equal to your proficiency bonus x2 and as a bonus action these spells no longer require concentration either. However these spells do not stack with themselves, for example you can't cast bane on a creature 3 times and make them subtract 3d4. Multiple castings do however reset the one minute timer. You also gain advantage on saving throws against spells and abilities that inflict the charmed, frightened, paralyzed, possessed and poisoned conditions. You are also now immune to the bane and bless spells even when cast by you.
Level 5 At 5th level you gain two judgement abilities (More about judgement abilities are explained at the bottom of this page), these abilities do the following and last for 1 minute. Each one of these abilities take 1 judgement point
- I Judge You Guilty. Whenever you judge someone guilty they suffer a -1/4 of your level on their attacks, They also suffer a -1 to AC and disadvantage on saving throws against anything that would subject them to the frightened condition. They also make a Wisdom saving throw or take 2d10 on a failed save and half as much on a successful one.
- I Judge You Innocent Whenever you judge someone innocent they gain 2d10 health, They gain a +1/2 of your level on their attacks, and are under the sanctuary spell for an amount of rounds equal to your proficiency bonus. attacking does not make them lose the effect.
At 10th level you gain two more judgement abilities, these abilities do the following and last for 1 minute. Each one of these abilities take 2 judgement points