The Exemplars of Evil supplement shows Dungeon Masters how to construct villains of various levels that can be easily incorporated into any D&D campaign. 17 items Complete list of all D&D spells, rulebooks, feats, classes and more! Feats in Exemplars of Evil. ‹‹ previous 1 next ›› (total 17 items). Items per page. 17 items Feat name, Short description, Rulebook. Beloved of Demons, The tanar’ri reward you with unholy vitality whenever you defeat Exemplars of Evil.

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For any caster, though, spending two slots to cast an Illusion Glamer spell as an immediate action is WAY the fuck out of the park. Great Villains In a half page that should have been part of the DMG, some guidelines are given for the mechanics of villains as regards the CR system, for oneshot and recurring villains, both major and minor.

Dragondown Grotto Red Hand of Doom. Friday, 12th October, It lets you deflect any ranged attack or ranged touch attack eevil another target within 30′.

He’s got a fair chunk of minions and lieutenants, and comes with a fortress and set of encounters. Dragonlance Forgotten Realms Greyhawk Ravenloft. That mission is to re-assert the old 2e orc alignment of Lawful Evil. Posted By Morrus Friday, 28th December, THen you’re just screwed.

Apparently, only evil characters horribly maim their opponents, sacrificing Sneak Attack in increments of 2d6 to deal 1 point of Charisma damage per sacrifice. The introduction is also nothing special, and is a bit misleading, referencing Strongheart and Warduke, almost making you think this is a book about iconic evils, which it really isn’t. A modal spell, castable either as an immediate action or by taking one full round. One of the most difficult parts could be the coming up with the objective and motivation of the villain.


I hated this part in those books, and frankly, it’s no better here. IF you take the time to cast it, you get unlimited use for one round per caster level, otherwise it’s a oneshot. For Dungeons and Dragons this is probably the best book on villains since the Complete Book of Villains for second edition. I flipped the first page to this chapter and had to go get a bucket to hold all the angst dripping out of this chapter.

But there are going to be DMs who want the extra help or can find ways to use this to enhance their game. As an immediate action, a 1 round duration Will Negates debuff is Wizards of the Coast. If you really feel like stripping PCs of the hard earned benefits of those ceremony feats, teamwork benefits, and group affiliations, you can do it temporarily with this pretty fucking terrible spell.

If you can’t find competent minions, at least ensure that they don’t betray your evil schemes prematurely. Post a new comment 4 comments. Dark Alliance Baldur’s Gate: Results 1 to 1 of 1. Doesn’t actually require evil alignment, or a conspiracy, this is a valuable PC feat, and the only really worthwhile Ceremony feat ever printed.

It’s not evil-only, and is somewhat useful for recurring villains, and more useful to most PCs than evasion, which can be obtained from several items.

Being able to convert spontaneously to Illusion Glamer spells is good enough, for a wizard. The o has the very familiar solid lay out of the Third Edition game line.

The story behind his “fall” isn’t exactly compelling, but it’s a hell of a lot better than Emmara’s story. Zargath Human-Bane The iconic racial baddy, Zargath is an orc on a mission.

Exemplars of Evil

It is one thing to have a book filled with villains but allowing someone to be able to create their own and use these guidelines to make their own ideas better is very important. It is the how to do exemplafs stuff yourself. AND, at level 9, if you’re so misguided as to take 9 levels of monk, you get Blink with a 3 round recharge time, immediate action, lasting 1 round per point of Wis mod. Instead, she exempars tortured and cursed into being evil. He’s just not really anything special, but as a low level slottable racial mini-campaign, he’s not bad.


Monday, 17th September, Even without the shitty corrupted paladin, the book, aside from a few mechanical high points, is a melange of bland, forgettable villains in a book that purports to be about how to make villains that players will remember years later. The next section is the standard villainous plots, objectives, and such. Since it’s a Phantasm, their mind is literally changed to fill any logical holes in the story.

There are some nice examples listed in here and there is good information on how they can be used in the Forgotten Realms and Eberron.

There is no reason whatsoever for this spell to have the Evil tag. They take 1 point of wisdom drain and are effectively screwed until they can make a Fort save to regain their form, or when the 1 round per 2 levels elapses. He is one of the few writers that has a sadistic imagination that is perfect for this kind of book. There are a few feats and class options in here but they are designed for NPC villains.

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Emmara Ishandrenn An absolutely uninspired antipaladin, Emmara didn’t even have the common decency to fall properly. What is it about drow that attracts so much damn angst? And they like you, too.

I suppose the generous sacrifice is on the part of your loyal minions, because shoving your negative levels off onto them sure doesn’t seem good.