The Dissonance Domain: A Cleric Subclass is a DMs Guild supplement from Jon Allen.
The download introduces a Cleric Subclass of Alternative Facts but has some restrictions. To qualify for the Dissonance Domain, Clerics must offer all-out dedication to a fey, abyssal, or demonic entity that distorts reality to sew chaos.
Examples of such entities in D&D mythology are the likes of Cyric, Leira, Tymora or Zuggtmoy. Followers of dissonance are devotees who travel the land, using their magic to push back against logic and order regardless of the consequences.
The Dissonance Domain cleric, who want to make Avernus great again, is just the teaser from a much larger compendium of subclasses that Allen will bring out in November.
The DMs Guild description of Dissonance Domain: A Cleric Subclass says that this is a tongue and cheek subclass, but it has been tuned for balance.
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Jon Allen’s supplement costs $1.99, which means you can buy 376 of them for $750.
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