Hello Everybody. I’m new here but really love DW. I’m fairly new to dungeon world but am currently running two campaigns and decided to try my hand at making a class. It’s currently in it’s very early stages, but I wanted some feedback on what I have so far. Thanks. I’ve pasted the information below.
They say wars are won by soldiers, but they have what that really means. They say it, but they don’t understand. But you do.
No matter what colors you wear, you’re a soldier. You’ve seen the clash of armies and smelled the rank stench of death. You’ve seen friends and foe alike hewn down. You’ve sacrificed more than they can possibly understand, for reasons they can’t possibly comprehend. You are the line between your foes and everything you hold dear. While many have broken, you are still strong, be it for your country, for honor, or for glory. War has changed you for good or for ill, but now, you are the master of it. You are the Soldier.
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Steely Determination v1
Your war stories may be known fair and wide or by a privileged few, but you’re known for your expertise and hardiness on the field of battle as well as your unique . Choose a battlefield discipline from the ones provided.
(Combat specializations here?)
Discipline of the Blade
When you deal damage with a bladed weapon after a hack and slash, roll d8+1 instead of a 2d4.
Discipline of the Shield
When you successfully mitigate an attack with your armor or shield, you gain +2 ongoing against that enemy or threat.
Discipline of the Arrow
When you volley, your damage ignores armor.
(Combat specializations here?)
Discipline of the Warrior
When your hit points reach 0, you call upon reserves of strength beyond any normal man. Regain 4 hit points. May be used only once per day.
When calculating your maximum health, you gain 10+constitution instead of 8+constitution.
Discipline of the Leader
When you engage in a combat situation similar to past experiences you may choose to roll hack and slash or defy danger with +WIS, but you must tell the GM about the original experience that gives you this knowledge in as much detail as they would like.
Discipline of the Marksman
Your battle experience allows you to dodge projectiles with ease. When defying danger against projectiles, add your DEX and your WIS to the roll.
When you study an opponent for a moment, even in the heat of battle, your next volley against that target automatically hits.
*split these two into disciplines and specializations? (i.e Specialization of the Archer, the Defender, the Swordsman)
Discipline and Combat Specialization v1
Your war stories may be known fair and wide or by a privileged few, but you’re known for your expertise and hardiness on the field of battle as well as your unique fighting style. Choose a battlefield discipline and a Combat Specialization from the ones provided.
Multiclass Move: Uncommon Strength
You may take the fighter’s Bend Bars, Lift Gates advanced move on level up instead of a Soldier advanced move.
Bend Bars, Lift Gats
When you use pure strength to destroy an inanimate obstacle, roll+Str. ✴On a 10+, choose
3. ✴On a 7-9 choose 2.
• It doesn’t take a very long time
• Nothing of value is damaged
• It doesn’t make an inordinate amount of noise
• You can fix the thing again without a lot of effort
Multiclass Move: Outnumbered, but not Outmatched
You may take the thief‘s Underdog advanced move on level up instead of a Soldier advanced move.
When you’re outnumbered, you have +1 armor.
Multiclass Move: Soldier of the Wilds
Your years of campaigning have made you adept at tracking. You may take the ranger’s Hunt and Track starting move instead of a Soldier advanced move.
Hunt and Track (Wis)
When you follow a trail of clues left behind by passing creatures, roll+WIS. ✴On a 7+, you
follow the creature’s trail until there’s a significant change in its direction or mode of travel.
✴On a 10+, you also choose 1:
• Gain a useful bit of information about your quarry, the GM will tell you what
• Determine what caused the trail to end
Seen it All v1
You have seen it all, haven’t you? You are immune to all forms of fear and social manipulation.
Quarter Master v1
When you spend several hours to use your cooking kit to cook from scratch, you never use up rations and use this alternate penalty list.
• Barren landscape
• Unclean water
This handy kit contains whatever a skilled chef might need to satisfy the tastes and hunger of a diverse adventuring party. When you spend several hours preparing a meal with your cooking kit for your company, roll+WIS. On a 10+, you use one ration to feed your entire party for a day and everyone gains 1 preperation. On a 7-9, you feed your entire party with one ration. On a miss, the food spoils or becomes otherwise inedible, everyone marks off a ration. For every tricky situation that applies, subtract 1 from your roll result.
• Impending danger
• Wet Weather
When you have a moment to study an impending combat situation, roll+WIS. On a 10+ you gain 3 preparation to be used throughout the battle on one roll or in any configuration. On a 7-9, you gain 1. On a miss, you take -1 on your next roll.