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Weekly Brews
Issue #13

by Serban, Quartermaster @ The Guild Hall

June 17 2020

Well, hello there! Today’s brews are a bit more flavorful than the previous ones, offering complex taste! Come and give it a try!

The Myceteum by sthenial

First, in our trio of character options are the Myceteum, a race of slime-like fungi that adopts a humanoid form and tries to blend in with the surroundings. The race is extremely complex, as it has many abilities, a lowered movement speed, and plenty of vulnerabilities, but also a plethora of skills and strengths.

Art credits: avvart (Applibot, Inc.)

New Druidic Circles by LaserLlam

Art credits: Wizards of the Coast

The Savant by LaserLlama

To end the trio, we’re bringing to light another great piece of work by LaserLlama, the Savant. I, for one, am ABSOLUTELY OBSESSED with supportive classes. Although underwhelming early on, this class quickly picks up in pace and allows you to have plenty of powerful support abilities to help out your friends in both combat and social encounters, making for an excellent overall fit in any party or setting.

Art credits: Wizards of the Coast

That would be all for this week, but rest assured, there is plenty more to come! Be patient, and more will come!

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