Doctrine of the Blizzard

You embrace the storms of snow and ice and such storms presage your coming. You gain the following abilities.

The Coming Storm (Su)

You can spend 1 point of faith as a swift action to create a sleet storm spell effect for 1 minute. As with the freezing mist ability, you can continue the ability by expending a point of faith as a free action when it would normally expire. Additionally, you are not impacted by fog, mist or precipitation, magical or otherwise when it comes to line of sight, targeting and concealment.

Dropping Temperatures (Su)

Any spell you cast that creates fog, mist or precipitation is changed to a harsh winter storm. Any creature that begins their turn within the area of effect of the spell is dealt cold damage equal to 2 times the level of the spell. A successful Fortitude save (DC 10 + 1/2 your cleric level + your Wisdom modifier) reduces the damage by half. Any spell affected by this ability gains the cold descriptor.

Doctrine of Freezing

Cold… Cold has a face… and you must make a friend of the cold. Cold and freezing ice are your friends. If they are not, then they are enemies to be feared. You gain the following abilities.

Freezing Solid (Su)

When a creature fails their save against a spell you cast that deals cold damage, they are partially frozen and are staggered for 1 round per class level you possess. If the creature fails their save by 10 or more, they are fully frozen and are treated as paralyzed for 1 round. At the end of their turn, they may make a Fortitude save against the spell’s DC to end the staggered effect early.

Icing Death (Su)

At 16th level, your cold becomes painfully cold. When you cast a spell that deals cold damage you can spend 1 point of faith to increase its maximum number of damage dice by 5 levels (only for the cold damage), and its damage is increased by 50%. This ability stacks with the Intensify Spell metamagic feat and the Empower Spell metamagic feat (additively, increasing the damage by 100% instead of 50%).

Section 15: Copyright Notice

Prayer – Gods of Winter and Hunting, © 2023, Orphaned Bookworm Productions, LLC, Author: Connor Bates.

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