Which I take to mean that the Artificer might be added to the Wayfinders Guide to Eberron (5e) in a future update to the PDF, or it might appear. Several unique races are featured in the Eberron setting, and each helps shape the . The artificer was a separate class in prior editions of the Eberron setting. A gnome grins ruefully as she hastily assembles a contraption on the floor of a besieged cabin. As her teammates hold the door shut against.

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Stats and 5e basic info: For each of the 5e classes, I will be providing a document like this to cover some, but obviously not all, ways that this class can naturally fit into Eberron as a setting.

Unique suggested ideas may be bolded for ease of finding. However, for this class, I will also be giving my personal thoughts and inputs for several of the many 5e artiificer sheets out there. And remember, Eberron has no gunpowder tech. There are much better and safer ways to make controlled explosions using magic. My current favorite is the Revised Artificer, third down in the list of options, and linked again here.

Update to above suggested Artificer The beautiful thing about an Artificer, much like the current ebefron of the class ebrron, is that no two Artificers are the same, invent the same things, or work exactly the same way. Even the version of the Artificer I linked above is now only a partial list of viable and artifjcer similar versions that all have different subclass options. Here is a link to a few more options as well:.

Slightly different version with Alchemist a few different recipesArmorer power armor suit, gets upgradedEngineer Mechanist above, slightly different upgrade optionsand Inventor Gunsmith above, but slightly different options http: Also has slightly higher spell level access than others.

The Artificer Artificers are as useful in combat as they are outside of it, being able to heal party members, attack with both melee and range and tinker with magical items.

Artificers are similar to wizards when it comes to learning magic, having to study to learn. Artificers in Eberron are often post-graduate students of universities though, unlike wizards, artificers treat magic like technology, a complex system of patterns rather than an art form which one needs to perfect through rigorous studying. With their masterful knowledge of magical devices and constructs, it can be said that artificers keep the cogs of the technological marvels of Eberron running.

Artificers in Eberron Artificers are the engineers of Khorvaire, they invented all the technological wonders of Eberron including the Elemental Airship, the Elemental Galleon, the Lightening Rail the Elemental Landcart and most importantly the Warforged. Artificers are at the centre of civilization as they do not only invent they also repair and maintain their inventions.

Artificers are the only professionals who can repair and modify warforged. In Eberron Artificers are also merchants and workshop owners who can be found all over the continent especially in the cities. These workshops sell, repair and modify magical equipment making them key vendors for adventurers. House Cannith House Cannith is a Human dragonmarked House renowknowed for ebefron artificing capabilities, infact they were partly responsible for the warforged, the elemental airship and elemental galleon.

Many House Cannith artifiers join the Tinkers Guild which are a group of roaming tradesmen who travel town to town repairing damaged goods. This first document is the oldest official Artificer attempt. It was designed as a new wizard subclass, allows the creation of potions, spell scrolls, infusing armor and weapons with magic, and at the high end making the occasional magic item. This artificer is just barely what I would call an Artificer.


If anything, I would call this a wizard subclass that dabbled in Artifice. Certainly viable in Eberron. But in terms of playing this, you would artificre to build a more melee oriented wizard, which is a difficult build. The magic infusion into weapons and armor is now used in 5e as the Forge Cleric. While it originally was a core part of the Artificer, this is one of the only 5e Artificers I have found which allow for this aspect of their being.

Arttificer careful how you build it if you go for this one, and decide if you want a forge cleric inventor, or a wizard with a knack for invention. This next sheet is the most recent, as of when this was writtenof the official Artificer sheets. It was a unique, official, stand alone attempt at a unique Artificer class.

Dragonmarks: The Evolving Artificer

I have played this one myself, and loved it. However, it does have some design issues that will come up if you play this as writ.

You have two subclasses, the alchemist and the gunsmith. The alchemist creates and uses potions as their attacks, heals, and actions. They live and breath potions, trading a lack of wberron and a lack of crits saving throw, not ranged attackfor artiificer damage output, solid ability to heal, and decent variable crowd control.

Conversely the gunsmith loses this range of ability types for much higher ranged attacks and some minor crowd control.

Technically an artificer invents whatever they use, so if you consider your character the inventor of gunpowder, that is up to you. The nature of making magic items is nice in this system, but I would suggest the addendum of any formulas you acquire can be added to that list as well. Be sure eberron include RP time for when you are building your inventions and your mechanical companion. The mechanical companion is the biggest aftificer with this sheet.

There is nothing for healing, repairing your construct beyond one health, upgrading your construct, keeping it relevant at higher levels, being able to move the large, heavy machine when it is dropped to zero Ebeerron, death saves, etc etc. You will have to work out all these issues with your DM. Most might just build a creature to serve a roll, arrtificer as your mount, a mobile chest, or a distraction for when you are in trouble.

This sheet was a fan made sheet based on the UA Artificer by players who have played it, and recognized the same problems I listed above with the UA Artificer, fixing them. First off, the Mechanical Servant is no longer an automatic invention of all Artificers at level 6.

Instead, it now stands as a third subclass of the Artificer. This solves two major issues. One, it means beerron as an alchemist, you have special abilities related to being an alchemist, making your potions more powerful, etc. The same is now true for the gunsmith. The third subclass, the mechanist, now takes on the roll of the mechanical servant creator.

However, it now takes the original 3.

Everron you liked the idea of the beastmaster ranger, but consider it too much about you and not enough about your badass animal friend, this subclass might just artificsr what you have been looking for. In fact, I could legitimately see someone reflavoring an artificer mechanist as a House Vadalis geneticistgenetically changing and updating your animal companion over time, creating the ultimate monster. I shall list several of them here which might fill rolls under the umbrella term of artificer below.

Each has their own pros and cons, which I trust can be determined from the context of all that has been said up above. True Artificer A fascinating take on the Artificer, with its own pros and cons. Love how much effort it takes into finding that original 3. The Alchemist This class, with its own subclasses, takes the concept of the alchemist subclass of artificer and expands it into a full and complete class.


This could certainly be used as an artificer in Eberron with no wrtificer the wiser. Gunslinger Class Conversely, here is the gunsmith subclass taken into an entire class.

Artificer – Eberron Pathfinder

This focuses on the gun to the exclusion of all else, essentially leaving you no longer as an inventor, but the beneficiary of the benefits a talent with the new invention of the gun brings you. Ranger subclass Gunslinger Same as above, but as a Ranger subclass. Matt Mercer Gunslinger Same as above, but a fighter subclass.

Artificers as other classes An artificer, if done right, is an inventor. Someone who has developed a unique understanding of one or more aspects of magic beyond the norm. Whether this is a talent for potion making, magic item making, construct invention, unique weapon invention and use, or infusing the weave into mundane items to produce spectacular effects.

All sorts of other classes could fit into this formula, based on what you want to play as. Ascendant arfificer can view previous versions of their pages, see what has changed and who did itand even restore old versions. It’s like having a rewind button for your campaign. We’ve already been saving your edits, so if you upgrade now you will artifocer instant access to your previous versions.

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Plus, you get a day free trial, so there’s nothing to lose. JavaScript is currently disabled. Obsidian Portal has a lot of really cool features that use JavaScript. You should check them out. We think you’ll have a much more enjoyable experience. Artificer Stats and 5e basic info: Here is a link to a few more options as well: Artificers are also known to become adventurers having skills in both artificing and combat.

An artificer who invents a mech suit they wear could be a barbarian class, their rage serving as the quickly burning fuel that powers the enhanced strength of the suits features. An artificer obsessed with the magic effects of music may have attempted to recreate these effects through a unique construct instrument, the unique device becoming part of your bardic show.

The Forge cleric is so natural a fit for an artificer, its abilities are in fact part of the original artificer 3. Despite their artificial nature, warforged are able to become druids, and despite it not being a part of their design, warforged druids can still wild shape into animals. Some become construct animals, yet the more devout druidic warforged actually become fully flesh and blood animals, reveling in the feel of being truly biological beings for the first time.

This warrants further research. Is this a repeatable magic that can be replicated? If you are an artificer druid, perhaps you managed to find a workable solution. Neither of those two have the right idea. The mech suit is far too bulky for decent movement, and the construct soldier leaves that poor mechanic completely exposed to attack, with no ability to defend himself. I have the right solution. Booster gauntlets, boots and a backpack are all I need. I have incredible mobility, the ability to both hit and get out of the way, and I must admit, the use of energy blasts is quite satisfying.

All these designs based on physical augmentation are impressive. However, they are thinking too small. Some major surgery, a powerful array of dragonshard crystal implants, and years of physical therapy have allowed me to use latent psychic powers I always knew were laying beneath the surface.

Now I just need to invent unique focus crystals to augment my abilities.