Ash Legendary Bloodline

Hailing from a volcanic homeland, those of the Ash bloodline find their natural attunement for concealment and quiet movement amongst the flames a great boon.

Class Skill(s)

A legendary bloodrager gains Stealth as a class skill.

Bloodline Spell(s)

A legendary bloodrager with this bloodline gains vanish (5th), fiery shuriken (8th), ash storm (11th), volcanic storm (14th)

Blood Source

When you deal damage to an opponent who is flat-footed or denied their Dexterity bonus to their armor class, you gain 1 blood point. You cannot trigger both effects on one attack. Bloodline Apotheosis: You count as being the outsider type and fire subtype when it would be beneficial to you. You gain immunity to bleed, paralysis, poison, and sleep effects. You also become immune to fire and precision-based attacks, such as sneak attack. Finally, you gain a fly speed equal to your land speed.

Bloodline Powers

Ash Cloud (Su)

At 1st level, you may spend a blood point as a swift action to create a cloud of fog and ash. This functions as fog cloud, filling a contiguous area equal to one 10-foot cube, plus one 10-foot cube per 5 levels for a number of rounds equal to your Constitution modifier. When you use this ability, you may choose one of the following effects to affect any creature ending their turn in the cloud:

  • They become staggered as the ash induces coughing fits (Fort negates). This does not affect creatures that do not breathe.
  • They take 2d6 fire damage, plus 1d6 at 4th level and every 3 levels thereafter (Reflex half). You never suffer these effects for being in your ash cloud.

Sneak Attack (Su)

While you have at least one blood point, you gain sneak attack 1d4, as the rogue ability. At 4th level, and every 4 levels thereafter, your sneak attack increases by 1d4.

Flame’s Shadow (Su)

At 7th level you gain mistsight. You also gain hide in plain sight, but only within your smoke clouds. As long as you are within one of your clouds, you can hide yourself from view in the open without having anything to actually hide behind and even while being observed. At 10th level you can use this ability as long as you are within 10 feet of some sort of shadow, cloud of smoke, or fire of at least large size. You cannot, however, hide in your own shadow.

Smoke Double (Su)

At 13th level, as a standard action you may spend 2 blood points to teleport up to 10 feet per 2 legendary bloodrager levels, leaving behind an insubstantial cloud that mimics your appearance perfectly. You may immediately attempt to use your hide in plain sight ability in your new location. Any creature that attacks your double is immediately exposed to an invidious gas and takes a -2 penalty to armor class and saving throws against your attacks and abilities until the end of your next turn. At 17th level, you may use this ability as a move action.

Ashen Demise (Su)

At 19th level, upon taking damage of any kind, you may spend 3 blood points to burst into flames, becoming invisible and leaving behind an illusory pile of ashes and bones, as if he had been slain by the fire effect. The wearer’s invisibility and his illusory remains last for a number of rounds equal to his constitution modifier or until the wearer attacks any creature. Creatures that study or interact with the ashes can make a DC 10 + Constitution modifier Will save to disbelieve the illusion, though this does not end the invisibility effect.

Bloodline Defenses

Barely Solid

At 2nd level, you gain a +4 circumstance bonus to AC on attack rolls made to confirm critical hits against you.

Smoke Cloud (Su)

At 9th level, whenever you spend at least 2 blood points on the same turn, you gain the effect of the blur spell until the end of your next turn.

Living Ashes (Su)

At 19th level, whenever you spend at least 3 blood points on the same turn, you gain the effect of the displacement spell until the end of your next turn.

Section 15: Copyright Notice

Legendary Bloodragers © 2021, Legendary Games; Authors Tara Collins, Kieran Easter, Lilith Carter, Andrew J. Gibson, Dave Nelson, Nathan A. Reinecke, Adam Ricks.

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