Some generals focus on presenting a strong front in the face of fear, and ensuring their squads are able to help where is needed, no matter the threat.



At 3rd level, the rallier’s presence, encouragement, and guidance allows her and her allies to travel with confidence. The rallier and her squad are considered to have the movement, alertness, and navigation benefits of the ranger’s Natural Explorer ability in all terrain, but does not gain the benefits related to tracking, foraging, or stealth.


At 7th level, the rallier’s squad gains immunity to the frightened effect.

Forward in the Face of Fear

At 13th level, any time an enemy subjects the rallier’s squad to a fear causing effect, the squad gains advantage on attack rolls and saving throws until the end of their next turn.

Section 15: Copyright Notice

Ultimate Kingdoms (5E) © 2020, Legendary Games; Lead Designer: Jason Nelson. Authors: Ben Walklate, Mark Seifter, Linda Zayas-Palmer, Will McCardell

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