User Base Classes Strong Psionics

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Members of this group are good choices for characters who want their progress toward higher levels of psionics to be uninterrupted.


Homebrew Strong Spellcasting Base Classes
Name Rating1
(out of 20)
Type2 Description3
Ascendant 19 Strong Psionics Ascendants are those who are at one with the flow of existence and who are capable of seeing it fluctuate and warp in unimaginable ways. One of the trademarks of an ascendant is the fact that they are capable of splitting themselves, creating multiple versions of their physical body, and inhabit them all.
Demonic Seductress NR Bad Guy, Strong Psionics, Skilled A Demonic Seductress lives a life of corruption and sin, embracing evil fully into their hearts, they make dark pacts with a Demon Lord for power and everlasting beauty. Ultimately over time becoming a powerful Succubus to further corrupt the material plane and serve their dark benefactor's wishes.
Flayerbred Hand NR Bad Guy, Strong Psionics Dark, powerful and creepy secrets lie in the path of a Flayerbred Hand.
Mad Scientist NR <-What additional roles this class fits (see bottom; e.g. "Good Guy, Combat-Focused")-> <-Paragraph description of the class->
Nevervoid Mindwalker NR Psion, Bad-Guy A Nevervoid Mindwalker Have delved deep into madness, learning all he can about it before once again returning to the reality of the sane. These are the rarest of the Nevervoid classes, despite the potential.
Psi Bender NR Strong manifesting A master of using the mind to bend the physical world.
Psionic Beast NR Psionics Focused You are a Psionic wonder, you can manafest Psionic powers like a Psion but have more power points in the end.
Soulcrafter NR Psionic The Soulcrafter class replaces the soulknife class.
  1. Shows the rating other users have given the class out of 20. Unrated classes are labeled "NR" and not fully rated classes are labeled "NFR". The rating is from the actual class's page; it is not made on this page. Follow the following link to learn more: Rating System.
  2. A general category the class fits into. e.g. Strong Spellcasting, Combat Focused, etc.
  3. A concise description of the class—should advertise the class.
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