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Level Up: Gate Pass Gazette Issue #13 (A5E)

Level Up: Gate Pass Gazette Issue #13 (A5E)

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The Gate Pass Gazette is the official monthly magazine for Level Up: Advanced 5th Edition. Each month, this digital supplement delivers new rules and resources for your game.

The Mines of Herekda

Many, many centuries ago, so far back that even the oldest elves could scarce recall hearing the name, the dwarf prince Herekda came to Brentur, one peak among many in the Westwatch Peaks. Unsatisfied with the cold iron and precious gems the mines there already produced, Herekda drove ever deeper into the heart of the mountain and there, according to legend, something consumed him.

This article introduces thematic exploration challenges, magic items, and monster variants that can be used together or individually in your games under the mountains. By Marc Kenboi

Those of the Astral Seas: The Zevites

The Astral Plane is filled with many wonders, most of them beyond mortal reckoning, but there are those that make their homes there: the zevites. On a plane where they are often outsiders and strangers even in the world they were born to, they are a people on the move, for on the Astral Plane all things are ever in motion. Regardless of where a zevite is, however, they are people with a lust for life itself. But this comes with a dark reflection, because they also hate with a deep-seated passion. This article introduces the psychic zevite heritage, as well as two related cultures: The Children of Zev and the Zevanchists. By Rachel Williamson.

Tertiary Casters

One does not need a lot of magic to get an edge from it. While many adventurers choose to specialize in the use of magic, others merely dabble—and find that even their limited spell knowledge gives them some useful capabilities. By Peter N Martin.

Life of a Combatant

For some, fighting is life. There are those that grow up constantly embroiled in combat, whether in street fights or on the battlefield. Through tactics, focus, or unconventional brutality, these warriors have learned from a young age to utilize whatever is needed to be victorious. The following backgrounds are for just such adventurers, whether well-schooled or self-taught. By Tyler R Lee.

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