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    the 5E Guilder?

    Hi all-

    I have always liked the Guilder class, and i am wondering about adding one to 5E.

    Perhaps the guilder could be another rogue archetype. However, there are a number of rogue abilities (sneak attack, cant, dodge, evasion, etc) that may not fit the guilder. The rogue in all guises is clearly a sneaky type, but a Guilder is not (necessarily) so.

    So maybe the Guilder could be justified as its own new class, with its own paths: adventurer, trader, things like that.

    I like the idea of the Guilder, and i think the 5E system could support one , but i am undecided on the best way to implement.

    What do you think?


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    Do it! A Guild class, with a number of paths (including an nautical based one) would be awesome.

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