The Profane Archaeologist- a rogue subclass. Delve into the deepest secrets a dungeon has to offer with this Intelligence based archetype.

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    Tools used: would be the v1 of a subclass I have been working on as part of a game with some friends; we had to roll 1d20 and the number would decide what class you had to make a subclass for in order to use it for a Oneshot. In my case, it landed on rogue and I wanted to make a wild magic-y subclass, but not as random as the sorcerer’s nor as beneficial as the barbarian’s.The balance may be a little off as I have not play-tested it on a normal campaign, but I tried to pair the effects on both tables so that a player would really consider them both options when rolled, along with a handful of semi- reliable ways to get Sneak Attack. I also tried to give the rogue some more utility outside of combat with what I consider useful spells and proficiencies (even though I doubt that the tools will ever be used but, you gotta have some hope!).A last note is that the extra d6 to the Sneak Attack’s damage comes from the fact that I’ve found myself struggling to keep up with other martial’s damage output at higher level, where you have to land a sneak attack or deal around 10 damage per attack (5 per average of 1d8+ 5 if you’ve maxed your dexterity.

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