Sidenote: The Dresden Files has its own RPG and its AMAZING. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. This is for 14 levels so he can learn Blindsense, which feels much like his ability to "Listen" and then go 6 levels into Wild Magic Sorcerer. Stat wise he's a variant human with (after racial +1,+1 and observant +1int) 8str, 14con, 16dex,12wis, 16int, 8cha to start and bumping dex/int to 20 each as I level.
I have the Dresden RPG so I hadn't considered putting him 5e. STR: 12 may have been true early in his life, but not anymore. This was my closest second on a build. Spells in the Dresden Universe are not as clear cut as spells in a system like fifth edition Dungeons & Dragons. The Winter Knight stuff is going to be exclusively Feylock levels. I have a pretty solid outline for a wizard set up to be like Chicago's favorite wizard detective already but I wanted to see what my favorite 5th edition DnD community had for ideas! Eh, I'd say Harry is easily more smart than charismatic. Forzare: Magic Missile, Bigby's, Telekinesis. All the same, great to see another Dresden fan sounding off. Awesome! Round him off with a few feats including Tough, War Caster, Gunner, and Observant. Light a man a fire and he'll be warm for a day. Before the Mab stuff he was at least partially a Warlock. Battle Ground. Maybelet him wield a nail... And it's a great series. Oh, we are using 30 points for stats with the optional sanity rules from the DMG so keep that in mind when thinking about ability scores!!
His Blasting Rod can be an Arcane Implement, while the staff is a quarterstaff.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ORLJ-WfXqNk. More posts from the dresdenfiles community. If you want a familiar you could use his big mean old cat, or ask if Bob the skull would be too much to have. Edit: Spoilers all for The Dresden Files below! Active Abilities are great because you - the player - are demonstrating your Dwarvenness or Elfishness. Or you should be true to character play as barbarian and complain about others using magic wrong. It’s hilarious to read all by itself whether you play the actual game or not. So, r/dndnext, let me hear your ideas for Dresden. Maybe wizard 3 lock 17 even. Dresden Files Characters in 5e. I still think Harry's veil is just normal invisibility, not the greater version. I actually modified the criminal background and made it investigator!
But I think that Soulfire is a great way to represent Metamagic. Dresden in dnd 5e. 1 level fighter to flesh out and symbolize the time it took for him to become a crackshot with his gun (dmg flintlock, obtained in background. Do you want him as the Pre or Post-Changes version? I feel like tome warlock is the best call for harry.It covers the ritual magic angle easily.Eldritch blast makes sense for his rings.
Great stuff! ... Reddit's Home for the Dresden Files book series by Jim Butcher. It depends on what books you are talking about - it's pretty obviously an evocation wizard though most of the books, but recently, he's taken a few levels in Warlock (and we all know who that patron is). Harry mentions a ton while the magic is inate it takes tons of study and focus to really utilize it to the fullest. They're really more like. As much as I want to argue for bob the skull... ALL HAIL MAJOR KERNAL TOOT. You could go evoker to emphasize his more explosive spells. Most DMs wouldn't allow an accurate Dresden as a player character because to do him right he'd need high stats in constitution, intelligence, wisdom and charisma and would probably need a fair amount of homebrew rules/features/feats. Also fyi we play with everyone getting one bonus feat at 1, so that's where sharpshooter comes in. Frankly, I think the designers and novelists did great work in the post-Spellplague Realms. I already have a character concept in mind, but none of my friends want to try something outside 5e D: I wish my group read The Dresden Files, but nobody does, so it's really hard to justify a campaign.
Feats are out, sadly. Press J to jump to the feed. No way Harry has greater invisibility as his veil. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast.
Sidenote: The Dresden Files has its own RPG and its AMAZING. The wizard for his ability to "make up" and use different spells on a daily basis. If the latter, the build may change somewhat. Everybody seems to have got some great ideas going already, I'm just gonna say it would be cool if you got a sprite familiar (Toot-toot of the Za-Lord's Guard) and maybe if somebody else in the party was playing a paladin they could be Michael Carpenter. I'd argue the warlock side should probably be Feylock. Proceed at your own risk! I would have to go with warlock especially with his condition later in the series, (not wanting to spoil books for anyone who reads them). Fuego: Firebolt, Scorching Ray or Fireball, depending on how much effort he puts into it. Yeah yeah, I know that 5e isn't an urban fantasy system, I know that Dresden Files has a very fleshed out FATE system, but I like the last two threads that have been statting out aSoIaF and disney princess characters, and Dresden files is easier to adapt than those. Might end up getting a revolver sometime in the adventure) and 10 levels in artificer to give him more of an improv/McGuyver/Supernatural hunter flair on his spellcasting. Proficiency in Athletics and Insight. Edit: Background wise he's got a custom Investigator background focused on his time spent trapped in the feywild (aka most of his life) with the researcher feature to emphasize the other side of detective work. Considering that some of his power was due to a deal he made with his "Godmother" (blanking on her name). I'd actually argue against Wizard, or at the very least very few levels of it. By word of jim he has a low charisma and a medium/low wisdom. What levels should be invested to what class? Shadow magic works thematically given his brushes with black magic and/or his connection with outsiders. Sadly there already a warlock in the group. Michael Carpenter is approximately fifty years of age, with grey eyes, and greying dark brown hair. Throughout the series, she has shown unusual interest in Harry Dresden. I might put him with say 10 levels of sorcerer and 3-5 of warlock. In training with mab he was lifting 400 kg saying that he didnt know much that was because it was in kilogram... that's about 880 lbs.
For his sorcerous bloodline, there's a few that could work. In 5e Harry Dresden would be a Sorcerer/Warlock with the Wizard Ritual Caster feat. I really really really want to play this! Perception and Arcana should be trained if possible, and for a "perk" he might be able to have a network of contacts through local law enforcement and/or wizards guild. check out the. Reddit's Home for the Dresden Files book series by Jim Butcher. I like all this! I'm not really sure about this though. taking observant and sharpshooter makes him a deadeye shot and a damn good detective with +5 passive perception and investigation alongside double proficiency in both from expertise.
Wizard, but he could also be dual class with something like berserker, as he usually sees red due to the Mantle.
I would vote Wizard, especially if you want the feel of the earlier Dresden books. Gonna go ahead and agree with the Sorcerer choice. I will buy that with Molly. It can work with a lot of non-fans, but I think it's much better if everyone enjoys the series and knows what kind of world they're getting into. It's friggin Queen Mab after all. I want to hear everything from class, stats, backgrounds and spells for the first few levels. Id say maybe Divine Wizard or even rogue 2. If you want to be closest to books be a sorcerer/wizard. He could easily be a wizard or a warlock! He is married to Charity Carpenter and is the father of Molly Carpenter and several other children. About 6' tall,(reference needed) with long white hair (usually described as flowing all the way down her back), she has green cat-slitted eyes, very pale skin, and lips the color of frozen mulberries.
I will pay him goodies for a job well done! Let me know your thoughts.
I would talk to your DM about making a custom "investigator" or "bounty hunter" background for him. Just for how quick he is, definite expertise in investigation, and hes definitely in tune with the criminal world to understand Thieves Cant.
Feel free to discuss the books, television series, comic books, RPG, and other works by Jim Butcher (such as Codex Alera and Cinder Spires, et al. Strength 12, Dexterity 12, Constitution 16-18, Intelligence 16-18, Wisdom 14-16 and Charisma 18-20.
The equivalent of the Player’s Handbook is written BY THE ALPHAS with notes in the margins from both Harry and Bob.
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