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Grave clerics get a couple offensive abilities with their Channel Divinity and bonus cantrip damage (at level 8). However, I'd consider them more.


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Grave clerics get a couple offensive abilities with their Channel Divinity and bonus cantrip damage (at level 8). However, I'd consider them more.


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At 1st level, a cleric gains the Divine Domain feature. feature: Forge, Grave, and Protection. Playtest column is not legal in D&D Adventurers League events​.


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The Grave Cleric is a bit of an odd duck in that they're one of the 5e subclasses that is supportive but isn't control-, utility-, or healing-focused, especially when.


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The Grave domain was a deity domain pertaining to the line between life and death. In addition, Grave domain clerics gained access to the power path to the​.


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The Grave domain was a deity domain pertaining to the line between life and death. In addition, Grave domain clerics gained access to the power path to the​.


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Grave clerics get a couple offensive abilities with their Channel Divinity and bonus cantrip damage (at level 8). However, I'd consider them more.


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The Grave Cleric is a bit of an odd duck in that they're one of the 5e subclasses that is supportive but isn't control-, utility-, or healing-focused, especially when.


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However, it boasts one of the most explosive Channel Divinity options in the game when used correctly. You regain all expended uses when you finish a long rest. Try to make sure you know what your target is immune to before planning to use this ability on a specific type of burst damage. And if they already had vulnerability to the damage type, nothing happens. Now, for the damage-dealing ability that comes in at level 8;. Picking someone off the ground with a small heal is useful. And this ability gives Vulnerability to any type of damage, and all types of damage that specific attack uses. The Grave Cleric is a unique specimen, in that a lot of its abilities focus on supporting their allies or dealing a lot of damage. As Cure Wounds gets better, so does this ability. The domain gets utility outside of the standard Cleric Spells , but some are situational to the point of redundancy. Stopping critical hits is quite powerful, in the right situations. This ability has a lot of damage potential, and can be used from a safe distance. However, I would tend to avoid options that reduce movement speed. Replacing bonus proficiencies, the Grave Domain gets a scouting tool;. You can use this feature a number of times equal to your Wisdom modifier minimum of once. The first level 1 ability of the Grave Clerics cements your role as the healer. This class really likes keeping their distance. That means that if your party member, or yourself, does an attack that they are immune to, the damage is still doubled… To 0. This can be nice in certain situations. There are hopefully better damage options than these to double. Resistance is still okay, since the damage just equals out, but it still reduces your potential damage by a lot. Ray of Enfeeblement can be a life-saver against high-damage, physical boss characters, provided they fail the save. At 1st level, you gain the ability to occasionally sense the presence of the undead, whose existence is an insult to the natural cycle of life. A final good use is in an intrigue scenario. This domain has a lot of abilities that rely on it; preventing crits, increasing damage, and scouting. As an action, you can open your awareness to magically detect undead. The Domain spells of the Grave cleric are situational and, unfortunately, not always in a good way. This subclass is quite specific, and is often considered to be weak compared to a lot of the options available for Cleric. Then, on your next turn, you cast Blight, or another high-damage spell option, to deal a lot of damage to your intended target to start a fight. The upside is you get multiple uses instead of the extra duration. The other use for these divine spells are for healing and reviving. In addition, the range increase on Spare the Dying upgrades it from a mediocre Medicine replacement into a versatile, stabilizing ability for your backline caster role. There are also some few enemies that are immune to curses, and thus this ability cannot be used on them. This class may not be as tanky as other options like Tempest Clerics , though. Even so, this ability does not make the Grave Domain a more enticing option. This ability is an insurance policy, pretty similar to Circle of Mortality. Starting at 8th level, you add your Wisdom modifier to the damage you deal with any cleric cantrip. Adding Wisdom modifier to these cantrips is more solid than it seems. Toll the Dead can do d12s, if the target is missing health, so adding your Wisdom modifier can improve that damage quite a bit. Including yourself. Uh oh! In terms of divination abilities, this one is… Lacking. And having reviving spells always prepared is always useful.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Boosting Wisdom is important for this Domain because of how many abilities Wisdom is based off of. When you would normally roll one or more dice to restore hit points with a spell to a creature at 0 hit points, you instead use the highest number possible for each die. As an alternative to Turn Undead, this ability is massive. And I have never heard a DM groan louder than when they forgot this ability existed right after rolling a With you being a Cleric and all. But, using your Bonus Action to keep someone from making Dying Saves is huge. Especially compared to the level 17 abilities of other Domains. The odd one out is Blight, which is a high-damage spell that targets living creatures. So, the Grave Cleric can use the life forces of others to embolden their allies. The final, capstone ability for the Grave Domain is… Underwhelming, to be honest. Hit Dice are not really a tall pool for most monsters. But the heal is minor. Putting it bluntly, this ability is primarily to save an ally from having to make Dying rolls. Try not to use a cantrip on Path to the Grave , though. Why anti-undead Clerics get a spell that targets only living creatures is something only the Undying Court can explain. Bane works into this role well, dealing with low Charisma damage-dealers quite effectively. And so, our Grave Cleric 5E Guide comes to its natural end. Otherwise, I would heavily incentivize finding races that your GM allows that increase the Wisdom score. This can be situational compared to other level 1 abilities, but it is, quite literally, a lifesaver. For you, it has a range of 30 feet, and you can cast it as a bonus action. Gentle Repose combos well with Revivify, allowing for a long buffer if you need to scrounge up diamonds. A race should fit into the background of what you want your character to act like. Death Ward acts as an infinite health shield once per cast. At 17th level, you can seize a trace of vitality from a parting soul and use it to heal the living. As long as your Wisdom is high enough, any race would make a fantastic keeper of the Cycle. This can turn a horrendous and party-ending disaster into just a basic hit. Choosing a Wood Elf grants you that Wisdom this class so desperately wants. All-in-all, a list of good, situational options for preventing death, reviving, and a good damage option. Fantastic flavor, fantastic for picking people off the ground… And probably will not be the reason you pick up Grave Domain. Or you could become a backline supporter with good ranged techniques that the archetype offers. It also has good flavor potential, if you are playing a paranoid Grave Cleric. As a reaction when you or an ally that you can see within 30 feet of you suffers a critical hit, you can turn that attack into a normal hit. In addition, Firbolgs have abilities that keep the Grave Domain safe with their ability to briefly go invisible and carry much more weight. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}These clerics are focused on protecting the concept of life, a natural demise, and the destruction of undead. However, this is intentionally written not to remove immunities or resistances. Any effects triggered by a critical hit are canceled. Imagine using this ability and then having a Paladin spend a lot of spell power on a Smite attack, or a Sorcerer using Disintegrate. Healing for no actions? The extra 30 feet of range is very beneficial, and it can still find Undead who are simply disguised or faking death. The downsides are twofold; this is a curse, and it only gives vulnerability. This works well with the Channel Divinity option that the Grave Cleric gets, which will be shown later. Capping off health with a small heal is useful. At 1st level, you gain the ability to manipulate the line between life and death. Doubling the damage of an attack is absolutely crazy. Sacred Flame and Toll the Dead both have a 60 ft. For the Melee Grave Cleric, Hand of Radiance offers a decent area of effect option in melee range, increasing the d6s by quite a lot. As such, they are primarily spellcasters with a profound hatred of the unnatural, and some pretty unique supportive abilities for the backline role. Remove Curse is a relatively low-level spell, and if this is identified as a curse, then it can be removed by an enemy cleric or another lackey. There are no truly awful races to avoid with this subclass. Unlike a few Domains, the Grave Cleric gains a bonus to damage with Cleric Cantrips, rather than weapons. As an action, you choose one creature you can see within 30 feet of you, cursing it until the end of your next turn. Vampiric Touch offers good healing opportunities for yourself, at the cost of being melee range. Bonus Actions are important for clerics, for some spells. If a primary damage dealer is knocked out, then your healing magic gives them a gigantic buffer for their health. At this point, when you see something die, you heal an ally for an average of 17 health. All Clerics know the pain of low-rolling that so-important heal, and trust me; 12 is so much better than 5.