How to make Black Adam in Dungeons and Dragons 5E

How to make Black Adam in Dungeons and Dragons 5E

With his powerful mystical abilities tied to multiple divine beings and a tragic past that pushes him to the fine line between good and evil, Black Adam would make an interesting character to add to any Dungeons and Dragons campaign. Here's how you can create your own Shazam rival.

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Black Adam: how to create the character for a Dungeons and Dragons campaign

Race: Human variant or Aasimar Class: Paladin (Oath of Conquest) Background: Haunted (new profile added by Van Richten's Guide to Ravenloft) Skill Scores (in order of importance): Strength, Constitution, Charisma, Wisdom, Dexterity, Intelligence Before becoming the mystical champion of the Wizard Shazam, Black Adam was one of the countless slaves of the cruel ruling class of the kingdom of Kahndaq. As a result, the Human variant is the best breed choice for players hoping to recreate the humble origins of Black Adam. Variant Humans can put a +1 on any of their skill scores and gain proficiency in a free skill and talent. The two +1 should be placed in Strength, Constitution or Charisma for our Black Adam and the Intimidate proficiency completes his threatening profile.

Alternatively, players who want to focus on the " fallen angel ”of the character of Black Adam, might consider the Aasimar race. As an Aasimar, Black Adam not only gains resistance to necrotic and radiant damage through the Celestial Resistance function, but also gains the Healing Hands function (healing hands that allow you to restore some of his hit points).

As a witness to the ruthlessness of life, the background of Haunted One introduced in Van Richten's Guide to Ravenloft is an almost perfect combination for Black Adam. Of the four skills a "persecuted" can acquire, Arcana and Survival are best suited to Black Adam's magical experience and stubborn personality. The added languages ​​reflect the knowledge he has accumulated over the course of his secular life. Finally, the Heart of Darkness alignment reflects the infamous reputation Black Adam has earned among the heroes of the DC Universe, as well as the authority he wields as king of Kahndaq.

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