Daily Punch 6-7-16 Disciple of David cleric domain for DnD 5e

Keeping with our anti-giant theme, here is our cleric domain-the Disciple of David!


Disciple of David

Some heroes of old guide clerics almost as much as the gods you both follow.  You’ve chosen to follow an old hero who teaches that no matter how small you may be, you can stand tall against the odds.

Table: Disciple of David Domain Spells
Cleric Level Spells
1st true strike, shield of faith
3rd enhance ability, enlarge/reduce
5th haste, spirit guardians
7th guardians of faith, banishment
9th dispel good and evil, hold monster

Disciple of the Wise

While your chosen saint was young, he was a man of action.  When he was older, he was known for his Wisdom.  When you choose this domain at 1st level, you gain a +2 bonus to Wisdom, to a maximum of 20.

Channel Divinity: Divine Strike Guidance

Starting at 2nd level, you can use your Channel Divinity to ask your saint to guide your allies strikes.

As an action, you present your holy symbol and evoke the god’s to aid your allies.

Choose a number of creatures equal to your Wisdom modifier within 30 feet of you, and those creatures gain advantage on their next attack.

Blessed Defense

Beginning at 6th level, any ally you target with a spell gains a bonus to their defense equal to your Wisdom modifier for one turn.

Bend the Knee

At 8th level, you learn from your patron the secrets of fighting the tall.  Any spell you cast that does damage or weapon attack on a giant deals extra damage equal to your level.

Fighting Goliath

Starting at 17th level, you have mastered the art of fighting giants.  When you cast a spell or make an attack against a giant, you always have advantage on the strike.  Giants always have disadvantage on saving throws against your spells as well.


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