Lawless (5e Class)

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The bandit looks up at the man above him blood dripping in his eyes stinging and blinding him of the view of his killer in the blink of an eye the bandit is crushed into nothing more than a stain in the crushed earth.

She smiled dazzling her foe not only with her beauty but a blinding light the light grows more intense burning her foes alive when the light disappears ashes are all that are left of the enemy.

The wall twists and contorts as she works her unnatural ability turning the brick into an easily malleable clay the group gets to work eager for the reward behind the wall.


The Gods all exist together but that doesn't mean peacfully, when a God is angry the world knows it one God unknown to most created the lawless expending the last of his divine power becoming mortal, after which no one is sure what happened. His creation was seen by the other Gods as a abomination but unable to do anything the Lawless are like a hydra for everyone they kill, the more that are born hesitant to create more they instead setout to make sure they couldn't become the god killers they were made to be.

If three different archetypes were to meet they could destroy a universe the birth of one is seen as an omen, generally leading to exile from the group a sad fate for the young. Villages have been known to go missing if a Lawless wakes the dormant power during a tragic event.

Creating a Lawless[edit]

Quick Build

You can make a Lawless quickly by following these suggestions. First, Dexterity should be your highest ability score, followed by Constution. Second, choose the Noble background. Third, choose whatever equipment you want doesnt truly restrict anything

Class Features

As a Lawless you gain the following class features.

Hit Points

Hit Dice: 1d8 per Lawless level
Hit Points at 1st Level: 1d8 + Constitution modifier
Hit Points at Higher Levels: 1d8 (or 5) + Constitution modifier per Lawless level after 1st


Armor: Light
Weapons: Simple and Martial
Tools: One tool of choice
Saving Throws: Dex, Con
Skills: Acrobatics, and Survival


You start with the following equipment, in addition to the equipment granted by your background:

  • (a) Simple weapon of choice or (b) Martial weapon of choice
  • Tool of choice
  • (a) Padded armor or (b) Leather armor

Table: The Lawless

Level Proficiency
Breakpoints Features
1st +2 5 Godless, Breakpoint
2nd +2 10 Fighting style
3rd +2 15
4th +2 20 Ability Score Improvement, Overwhelm
5th +3 25 Limit Break
6th +3 30
7th +3 35
8th +3 40 Ability Score Improvement
9th +4 45
10th +4 50
11th +4 55
12th +4 60 Ability Score Improvement
13th +5 65
14th +5 70
15th +5 75
16th +5 80 Ability Score Improvement
17th +6 85
18th +6 90
19th +6 95 Ability Score Improvement
20th +6 100

Ability Score Increase[edit]

When you reach 4th level, and again at 8th, 12th, 16th and 19th level, you can increase one ability score of your choice by 2, or you can increase two ability scores of your choice by 1. As normal, you can't increase an ability score above 20 using this feature.


At birth every Lawless has a law they can break and manipulate at will each with their own utility and power.


As a lawless you have a inborn ability to break the laws of nature you have 5 times your level worth of points to spend.


Due to your ability to break laws created by Gods rarely will a God help you in a time of need due to this you have -1 to religion along with a disadvantage on rolls but along the way you have suffered many hardships giving a +1 bonus to CON


At the 4th level as a bonus action you can temporarily add 5d4 to your breakpoints for one hour in exchange for 1 level of exhaustion

Limit Break[edit]

At the 5th level as a bonus action you can spend 5 Breakpoints to double your speed, add 1d4+DEX MOD to attack rolls, and increase one attribute by 3 for 10 minutes but after the time must take a dc 14 constitution saving throw the (If CON is increased from the feat it is not counted because the effect has ended)

Lawbreaker's Defense[edit]

At 5th level you can as a reaction destroy a projectile or an obstacle with your Archetype ability (effectiveness does vary between types)


The lawless are born with the ability to break the natural laws of this world the law of gravity does not apply to them they instead control it bending the crushing power to their will, what would you do with such a power?

Force Shield

At 2nd level as an reaction you can create a barrier for 2 or more Breakpoints, it lasts one round and negates 1d4 damage, the barrier provides resistance to all physical damage types the barrier grows more powerful for every 2 points adding 1d4 to the barrier.

Vector Shift

At the 3rd level as a bonus action you can change the gravity of any target within 30ft for 1 minute for 5 Breakpoints the target "falls" colliding with a wall deals fall damage equal to 1d6 per 10 feet if the target moves out of your range the effect ends early.

Weight Change

At 4th level as an action or bonus action you may spend 5 Breakpoints to change the weight of a target within 30 for 10 minutes the weight cannot be weightless or heavier than 300 pounds giving a person less weight gives an advantage on Dex checks and a disadvantage on Str checks and vice versa, giving a weapon less weight decreases the attack by 1d4 but gives an advantage on attack rolls and vice versa and so on making a falling object heavier increases damage by 1d6 and vice versa.


Gravity Field

Gravity Attacks[edit]

Gravity Beam
Gravitational Collapse


The lawless are born with the ability to break the natural laws of this world the law of light isn't an exception to their power, the power of light is a powerful thing that can destroy even the mightiest of foes.

Become light
Spectral Lights
Spectrum Change

Light Attacks[edit]

Solar Barrage
Solar Beam
Scorch Earth
Consuming Darkness


The lawless are born with the ability to break the natural laws of this world the law of matter is included but no lawless has broken the laws of matter completly due to divine intervention many have died an early death following this path but the same is true for the opposite many have lived a long life which are you?


At 2nd level you can spend 1 or more Breakpoints points as a bonus action to create an object you've seen before or created (ask DM for any improvisation) out of any material nearby for every square foot use 1 times Sq.ft rounding to the next whole number usuable.

Destroy Matter
Space Pocket
Change Material

Matter Attacks[edit]

Environmental Weapon
Anti-Matter Shot


Prerequisites. To qualify for multiclassing into the Lawless class, you must meet these prerequisites: Must be taught or given the ability

Proficiencies. When you multiclass into the Lawless class, you gain the following proficiencies:Dex, Con

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