Madness Domain

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The Lore of the Gods
Book One: The Greek Gods

Lead Designers
Steven Creech and Kevin Ruesch Lead Editor Steven Schend Creative Director Jim Butler Art Director
Todd Morasch Artwork Aaron D. Siddal

Deities: Dionysus, Eris

Granted Power: The character gains an Insanity score equal to half his or her class level. For spellcasting (determining bonus spells and DCs), the character uses his or her Wisdom score plus his or her Insanity score in place of Wisdom alone.

You gain a +2 to Will checks and are granted an additional +2 on saves involving Intelligence, memory or sanity.

For all other purposes, such as skills and saves, use Wisdom minus Insanity in place of Wisdom.

Once per day, the character can see and act with the clarity of true madness. Use the character’s Insanity score as a positive rather than a negative modifier on a single roll involving Wisdom. Choose to use this power before the roll is made.

Madness Domain Spells

1. Lesser Confusion
2. Touch of Madness or Haunted*
3. Spark of Insight*
4. Confusion
5. Bolts of Bedevilment
6. Method of Madness*
7. Insanity.
8. Maddening Scream or Splinter the Mind*
9. Weird

-Spells marked with an asterisk (*) are new spells.

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