by Stephen Radney-MacFarland
This issue, Class Acts brings new powers and options for the warlord. Masters of strategy, these leaders excel at leading their allies through one difficult battle after another. But in this article, learn about the warlords of long-fallen Bael Turath and the powers their multiclass warlord/warlocks wielded.
Resourceful. Bravura. Commanding. Inspiring. All these words describe the warlord. Unlike the cleric who channels leadership by using divine inspiration, a warlord digs deep into her inner being to pull victory from defeat and inspire her companions toward victory after victory. But some warlords find inspiration and power beyond their ken to supplement their native tactical genius. One of the most dramatic examples of this tradition comes from fallen Bael Turath as detailed in sections of The Hellpath Tome.
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About the Author
Born on a stormy Christmas day, in our nation's capital, during the Nixon administration, the stars were definitely wrong when Stephen Radney-MacFarland came screaming into the world. Spending most of his impressionable years as a vagabond and ne're-do-well, he eventually settled in the Northwest to waste his life on roleplaying games. Once that RPGA guy, Stephen is now a developer in RPG R&D. He also teaches a class on roleplaying design for the Art Institute of Seattle, molding the minds of young and upcoming designers. Be afraid. Be very afraid.