Negative Plane Sorcerer Origin

Communing with the dead and draining vigor from your enemies comes naturally to you. Your magic causes plants to wither and die and your enemies to shrivel from decay.

Planar Magic

At 1st level, you learn additional spells which reflect the energy draining and life-sapping nature of the negative energy plane when you reach certain levels as detailed below. Each of these spells counts as a sorcerer spell for you (regardless of what spell list it originally came from), but it doesn’t count against the number of sorcerer spells you know.

Sorcerer Level Spells
1st false life, inflict wounds
3rd crown of madness, ray of enfeeblement
5th speak with dead, vampiric touch
7th blight, compulsion
9th antilife shell, contagion

Touch of Death

At 1st level, you know the cantrip chill touch and it does not count against your limit of cantrips known. Whenever you cast it, you deal an additional amount of necrotic damage equal to your Charisma modifier.

Inured to Necrosis

Starting at 6th level, you can use your reaction to spend 1 sorcery point and gain resistance to necrotic damage for 1 minute.

Necrotic Energy Affinity

At 14th level, necrotic damage invigorates you. When you suffer at least 1 point of necrotic damage, you gain advantage on all attack rolls, ability checks, skill checks, and saving throw rolls until the end of your next turn.

Aura of the grave

Beginning at 18th level, you can use a bonus action to create a 30-foot necrotic aura around yourself for 1 minute. Enemies beginning their turn in the aura must make a Constitution saving throw or take 1d6 points of necrotic damage and their hit point maximum is reduced by an amount equal to the necrotic damage taken.

The reduction lasts until the target finishes a long rest. The target dies if this effect reduces its hit point maximum to 0.

Once you use this feature, you can’t use it again until you finish a long rest, unless you spend 5 sorcery points to use it again.

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