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The armorer is a subclass of the artificer.

Abilities and traits[]

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Appearance and personality[]

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Society and culture[]

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Relationships[]

Organization[]

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History[]

Origins[]

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Notable Armorers[]

For a full list of Armorers, see Category:Armorers.

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Related classes[]

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Publication history[]

D&D 5th edition[]

The armorer was introduced in the 2020 Unearthed Arcana Subclasses, Part 3 in playtest form, before being officially released in Tasha's Cauldron of Everything (2020).

Creative origins[]

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Reception and influence[]

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