Iron Avenger (5e Class)
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- 1 Iron Avenger
- 1.1 Creating a Iron Avenger
- 1.2 Class Features
- 1.2.1 Table: The Iron Advenger
- 1.2.2 Ability Score Increase
- 1.2.3 Iron Suit
- 1.2.4 Repulsion Beams
- 1.2.5 Superhuman Strength
- 1.2.6 Superhuman Reflexes
- 1.2.7 Advanced Combat Analysis
- 1.2.8 Energy Conversion Power Recharge
- 1.2.9 Self-Contained Life-Support System and Environmental
- 1.2.10 Lasers
- 1.2.11 Smart Micro-Guns
- 1.2.12 Mini Missiles
- 1.2.13 Tools of Invention
- 1.2.14 UI (User Interface)
- 1.2.15 UI upgrade
- 1.2.16 Extra Attack
- 1.2.17 Chest Beam (Unibeam)
- 1.2.18 Flight Capability
- 1.2.19 Brilliant Inventor
- 1.2.20 Arc Reactor(palladium core)
- 1.2.21 Arc Reactor(Stark's New Element) Suit Upgrade
- 1.2.22 Iron Suit Creation
- 1.2.23 Martial Prowess
- 1.2.24 Armor Summoning
- 1.2.25 House Party Protocol
- 1.2.26 Clean Slate Protocol
- 1.2.27 Nanotech
- 1.2.28 Regenerative Suit
- 1.2.29 Heart of Iron
- 1.2.30 Invincible Iron Man
- 1.3 Multiclassing
Rocketing down from the skies, an ironclad man decimates the battlefield with a brutal charge into the front lines leaving a swathe through the earth with a single attack.
An inventive tinkerer with just the solution to a difficult problem.
A titanic wall of metal built for a single purpose, destruction through raw strength.
These are the calling cards of the Iron Avengers. As varied as they are, they all have one thing in common, domination over the skies. The Iron Avengers are counted as some of the most intelligent battle masters there are. They are both leaders and soldiers.
Genius Inventors Tinkering plays an integral role to the Iron class. Ever striving towards highly advanced combinations of arcane and mechanical, these individuals seek out the means to advance themselves and their equipment. These Avengers have little martial skill and no magical skill, but, they more than make up for this with there intellect, always finding new ways to surpass the limitations of men.
The Suit The suit is the life-blood of the Iron Avenger. Without it, an Iron Avenger is little but a man with a spear. But with it, they are a force to be reckoned with. Due to the class's dependency on the suit, losing or severely damaging it puts the Avenger in grave danger and as such, your suit should be protected at all costs, especially if you do not have the time or money to have it replaced.
Creating a Iron Avenger
- Quick Build
You can make an Iron Avenger quickly by following these suggestions. First, put your highest ability score in Intelligence, followed by Strength and Constitution. Second, choose either the noble or inheritor background.
As a Iron Advenger you gain the following class features.
- Hit Points
Tools: Tinker's tools and one additional tool of your choice
Saving Throws: Constitution, Intelligence
Skills: choose Four from Acrobatics, Athletics, History, Investigation, Medicine, Persuasion, Survival
You start with the following equipment, in addition to the equipment granted by your background:
- (a) two simple weapons or (b) two simple weapons
- (a) an explorer's pack or (b) a scholar's pack
- (a) an Iron Suit or (b) an Iron Suit
- If you are using starting wealth, you have your starting wealth depends on your own backround in funds.
|1st||+2||Iron Suit, Repulsion Beams(Blaster), Arc Reactor(palladium core), Superhuman Strength, Superhuman Reflexes|
|2nd||+2||Tools of Invention, UI(user interface),Advanced Combat Analysis, Energy Conversion Power Recharge|
|3rd||+2||Extra Attack, Flight Capability, Self-Contained Life-Support System and Environmental|
|4th||+2||Ability Score Improvement, Lasers, Smart Micro-Guns, Mini Missiles|
|5th||+3||Chest Beam (Unibeam), Brilliant Inventor|
|6th||+3||Tools of Invention feature|
|7th||+3||Arc Reactor(Stark's New Element) Suit Upgrade|
|8th||+3||Ability Score Improvement, Iron Suit Creation|
|9th||+4||Martial Prowess, Armor Summoning|
|10th||+4||House Party Protocol, Clean Slate Protocol|
|12th||+4||Ability Score Improvement|
|15th||+5||Chest Beam enhancement, Suit Upgrade|
|16th||+5||Ability Score Improvement, Nanotech|
|17th||+6||Regenerative Suit,Heart of Iron|
|19th||+6||Ability Score Improvement|
|20th||+6||Invincible Iron Man|
Ability Score Increase
When you reach 4th level, and again at 8th, 12th, 16th and 19th level, you can increase one ability score of your choice by 2, or you can increase two ability scores of your choice by 1. As normal, you can't increase an ability score above 20 using this feature.
A suit of armor made from a blending of arcane and mechanical design that, for the right wearer, is an extremely powerful and essential tool. The creation of an Iron Suit is extremely complex and only those with a mastery of tinkering could have the faintest of chances to create or use such a tool. At 1st level, you gain a special suit of armor, each suit is tailored for its maker and may not be used by any other creature. The armor is heavy armor and provides an armor class of 16. You have disadvantage with stealth checks while wearing the suit. There is no strength requirement for wearing the suit. It weighs 600 pounds though only encumbers you for 30 pounds. The rest of the weight is picked up by the enchantments of the suit itself. The armor class of the suit increases as you level 1-5 AC is 16, 6-9 Ac is 17, 10-14 AC is 18, 15-19 AC is 19, 20 AC is 22 While wearing the suit, you gain a +2 to your strength score. At 11th level, the bonus increases to +4. Additionally your unarmed strikes deals bludgeoning damage equal to 1d4 + your strength modifier while wearing the suit and whenever you may make any attack, you may make an unarmed strike as a bonus action on your turn
The suit is equipped with a pair of repulsion beams in the palms of the gauntlets that can be used for deadly ranged attacks. At 1st level, while wearing the gauntlets of the armor, you gain the usages of specialized Repulsor beams. You gain uses of different effects for these at higher levels. When you make an attack you can instead choose one of the following beams to utilize. These beams each have a range of 60 feet unless stated otherwise. You are proficient with these beams. Choose one of the effects below, then you may make a ranged attack. These attacks use your Intelligence modifier instead of your Dexterity modifier. You must declare which attack you are using before you cast the die for the attack.
Blast. At 1st level, you use a damaging beam. The beam deals 1d8 + your Intelligence modifier force damage. This damage increases when you reach 5th level (2d8), 11th level (3d8), and 17th level (4d8).
Forceful Blast. At 3rd level, You may attempt to push one creature or object away from you. On a hit, a creature that is of a size large or smaller is pushed back 5 feet and takes force damage equal to your Intelligence modifier. This damage increases when you reach 5th level adding 1d8, 11th level (2d8), and 17th level (3d8). If targeting an object that weighs less than 100 pounds that isn't being worn or carried, the object is pushed 30 feet away from you. If the object is being worn or carried by a creature, you must make the ranged attack with disadvantage contested by that creature’s Strength score. If you roll higher than that creature's Strength, you succeed and push the object 30 feet away from you.
Rapid Blast. At 3rd level, once on your turn, you can attempt to fire a pair of blasts in rapid succession. Make an attack roll for each blast, all of which must come from the same gauntlet. On a roll of a 2 or lower on the dice, your blast misfires and the repulsor in that hand is disabled until a bonus action is used to make a successful DC 15 tinker's tools check to repair the hand. You may have two blasts target either the same creature or one blast for two different creatures. On a hit, these blasts deal force damage equal to 2 + your intelligence modifier. The amount of beams you fire increases as you level to three at 5th level, four at 11th level, and five at 17th level.
Harassing Blast. At 6th level, once on your turn, you may launch a single flare at a point you can see within 60 feet of you. Any creature within 5 feet of this must make a Constitution saving throw or suffer disadvantage on the first attack roll it makes until the end of their next turn. Overcharge Blast. At 6th level, once on your turn, you can push extra charge into the gauntlet to force it to do additional damage. A creature hit by this attack takes the damage for a Blast attack and one additional damage die. On a roll of a 3 or lower on the dice, your blast misfires and the repulsor in that hand is disabled until a bonus action is used to make a successful DC 15 tinker's tools check to repair the hand.
Adds 20 to your Strength score only when in the Armor
Adds 20 to your Dexterity score only when in the Armor
Advanced Combat Analysis
The armor and component UI have the ability to analyze people's specific fighting patterns, and in turn, find a counter to said fighting style. the number of rounds is determined by rolling 2d6
Energy Conversion Power Recharge
The armor is able to absorb and convert energy sources, such as heat, kinetic energy or energy from the planet itself into electricity, directly into the batteries for recharge.
Self-Contained Life-Support System and Environmental
The armor can be completely sealed for operations in vacuum or underwater, providing its own life support. It is also shielded against radiation.
A powerful weapon in the gauntlet wrists that can cut through any common metal, it only had a one-time use. is an instant kill to everything in a 100ft radius that fails a Dexterity Check at 10th level you can upgrade the lasers to be used multiple times.
Small anti-personnel guns in the shoulders that can target individual targets at once and fire at a moment's notice. They could be used to incapacitate rather than killing. they deal 1d6 damage
mini-rockets hidden in a secret compartment in the boosters on the back, can be Anti-Tank or Armor-Piercing rounds. Anti-Tank deals 4d6 damge to a single target, Armor-Piercing ignores all armor and deals 2d6 to a single target.
Tools of Invention
At 3rd level you become a master with your tinker's tools, your proficiency bonus is doubled for any tinker's tools ability checks you make. At 7th level, whenever you make an ability check with a tool set that lets you add your proficiency bonus, you do so with advantage.
UI (User Interface)
You Have a User Interface System or UI that is also an artificially intelligent system, that you create and Name to help you run your Suit as well as provide a tactical information durning combat as well as any situation that you need. At 8th level you can use it to run multiple Suits, which maxes out at half your level plus your intelligence modifier, Increases your dexterity +4
With This upgrade your UI can run even more suits then before now its your level plus your intelligence modifier, Increases your strength +2 and dexterity +6
Beginning at 3rd level, you can attack twice, instead of once, whenever you take the Attack action on your turn.
Chest Beam (Unibeam)
Starting at 5th level, at the end of a long rest, you can overcharge the chest piece of the armor. Doing so can lead to an overload if not released after 2 full rounds, causing you to operate at half power meaning you can't fly far and your blasts do half damage. When you use this attack, each creature in a line that is 5 feet wide and 60 feet long originating from your chest must make a dexterity saving throw. The DC for this saving throw equals 8 + your Intelligence modifier + your proficiency bonus. A creature caught in this takes 5d10 force damage on a failed save, or half as much damage on a successful one.
The damage increases to 8d10 at 11th level and 11d10 at 17th level
At 3rd level you have learned how to fly with the repulsors and thrusters on the suit flying distance is double your movement speed you can also use the this abulity to increase the impact of unarmed attacks when doing this you gain a +4 to your attack rolls and 1d6 damage
At 5th level you have gained the knowledge and ability to create anything you need to overcome any problem as long as you have the time and to do so. it is determined by an intelligence check the DC is Determind by what you need to do at the DM's discretion
Arc Reactor(palladium core)
This is used to power your Suit of Armor.
Arc Reactor(Stark's New Element) Suit Upgrade
Increases the power output of your energy blasts adds 1d6 to all engery attacks
Iron Suit Creation
you can create more iron suits and set them up to how you'd like for what ever task you need it for the max number of suits you can have is your intelligence modifier at 14th level its your level plus intelligence modifier
Even without your suit you are not helpless. At 9th level, you gain proficiency with all martial weapons. Additionally, you gain one fighting style from the fighter list. You may only use this Fighting Style while not wearing the suit.
With the use of the magnetic implants embedded in your forearms, individual pieces of the armor can self-assemble themselves onto yourself or others. you just need to pass an intelligence check with the dc of 17 or better
House Party Protocol
Uses your UI to call and control multiple suits to aid you in your fight how ever all suits with out you in them have only 20 hit points
Clean Slate Protocol
Self destructs all suits in the area dealing damage to all in a 15ft radius of the suits. multipule suits does equal multiple hits each one being 1d10 damage.
Your Suit is now made up of Nanotech and can be used in any way for any situation, making shield, blade exc.,a Nanotech suit doesn't self destruct
Starting at 17th level, you have such a mastery with the tools at your disposal, to embed your armor into yourself forming a regenerative skeleton just beneath your skin. As a bonus action you may don or doff your armor and may don or doff specific pieces of the armor, i.e. boots, gauntlets, helmet, etc. Additionally, if the suit is ever damaged, it will automatically attempt to repair itself at the end of your turn making tinker's tools checks on your behalf. Also, while you are conscious, at the start of each of your turns, you regain 1d10 hit points if you have no more than half of your hit points left.
Heart of Iron
your suit keeps you alive as it sits beneath your skin. If you are attacked while not wearing the suit, your UI will automatically don the armor for you before the attack hits. Additionally, whenever you roll for initiative, the suit will don itself. You also are immune to poison, disease, and gain advantage whenever you are required to make a death saving throw.
Invincible Iron Man
Your reputation is legendary all know and respect or fear you in addition your gain advantage on initiative rolls
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