Circle of Music (5e Subclass)

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<Circle of Music>[edit]

<Druid> Subclass

Maybe since birth, shortly after beginning your studies, or starting just yesterday, you've noticed the music in nature; its bubbling springs, shuffling grass, growls, purrs, and chirps have piqued your interest. You begin to make music of your own that harmonizes with the music around you, and you settle into the rhythm of the world around you. Druids in the Circle of Music have learned how to appreciate music in nature and how it connects them closer to the earth. These druids have decided to study music and integrate it into their passion for nature. This can include instruments, voice, or simple rhythm.

Circle Spells[edit]
Druid Level Spells
3rd Dissonant Whispers, Sleep
5th Bestow Curse, Gust of Wind
7th Compulsion, Hypnotic Pattern
9th Geas, Move Earth
Grounding Music

By 6th level, your music is truly in tune with the earth around you. If a creature of your choice is charmed, frightened, or stunned, you can use your turn to end the condition.

True Song of Nature

At 14th level, you have mastered your art, and nature answers your call for help through song. You can use your action to


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