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==Dungeons & Dragons==
 
==Dungeons & Dragons==
Like all of the ten guilds, the Simic Combine appeared in the Guildmaster's Guide to Ravnica, a [[splatbook]] for [[Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition]]. Here, it was handled as a combination of Background and Faction, with the player choosing the "Simic Scientist" background to certify they have membership, and being able to earn Renown. This is a new system to 5e, and basically is a kind of abstractified experience; you start off as a general worker (Renown 1), and as you complete missions for the Guild or do things that get you noticed, your Renown increases, giving you increased abilities. Of course, if you publicly screw things up for your guild, your esteem will drop and you can lose Renown.
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Like all of the ten guilds, the Simic Combine appeared in the Guildmaster's Guide to Ravnica, a [[splatbook]] for [[Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition]]. Here, it was handled as a combination of Background and Faction, with the player choosing the "Simic Scientist" background to certify they have membership, and being able to earn Renown. This is a new system to 5e, and basically is a kind of abstractified experience; you start off as a general worker (Renown 1), and as you complete missions for the Guild or do things that get you noticed, your Renown increases, giving you increased abilities. Of course, if you publicly screw things up for your guild, your esteem will drop and you can loose Renown.
  
 
Characters from the Simic Combine are most likely to be [[Human]]s, [[Elf|High Elves]], [[Vedalken]]s or Simic Hybrids (obviously). The most iconic classes associated with this guild are [[Druid]] (Circle of Land - Coast/Forest), [[Fighter]] (Champion), [[Monk]] (Way of the 4 Elements - Air/Water), and [[Wizard]] ([[Conjurer]] or [[Transmuter]]). In-universe, Wizards and Druids are known as Scientists, as these are the people performing the [[magitek]] biology research and experimentation; Fighters are known as Guardians or Soldiers, respected for their role in protecting the Combine against krasis-gone-wrong and external threats, and Monks are called "Deepsages", serving as warrior-philosophers.
 
Characters from the Simic Combine are most likely to be [[Human]]s, [[Elf|High Elves]], [[Vedalken]]s or Simic Hybrids (obviously). The most iconic classes associated with this guild are [[Druid]] (Circle of Land - Coast/Forest), [[Fighter]] (Champion), [[Monk]] (Way of the 4 Elements - Air/Water), and [[Wizard]] ([[Conjurer]] or [[Transmuter]]). In-universe, Wizards and Druids are known as Scientists, as these are the people performing the [[magitek]] biology research and experimentation; Fighters are known as Guardians or Soldiers, respected for their role in protecting the Combine against krasis-gone-wrong and external threats, and Monks are called "Deepsages", serving as warrior-philosophers.

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