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Seekers are rangers that hunt explicit quarry, acting much like bounty hunters. Seekers are consummate huntsmen, with a single-minded purpose in their pursuits.

Seeker Features
Ranger LevelFeature
3rdSeeker Magic, Hunter’s Focus, Master Tracker
11thQuarry’s End
15thHunter’s Wile

Seeker Magic

3rd-level Seeker feature

You learn an additional spell when you reach certain levels in this class, as shown in the Seeker Spells table. Each spell counts as a ranger spell for you, but it doesn’t count against the number of ranger spells you know.

Seeker Spells
Ranger LevelSpell
5thlocate object
13thgrasping vine

Hunter’s Focus

3rd-level Seeker feature

As an action, you can set your focus on a single creature you can see which is within 60 feet of you. As long as you maintain this focus, you have advantage on Wisdom checks against it.

Additionally, the target of your focus is affected by the hunter’s mark spell as if you cast it. When cast this way, hunter’s mark doesn’t expend a spell slot, has no components, and doesn’t require concentration. It remains in effect as long you maintain your Hunter’s Focus feature on the target.

Once you use this feature, you can’t use it again until you finish a long rest, unless your focus target is reduced to 0 hit points. Once you set a new focus, you lose your old focus.

Master Tracker

3rd-level Seeker feature

While tracking any creature, you can add your proficiency bonus to the roll. If you have proficiency in Survival, you instead double your proficiency bonus when tracking.

You can also use your Primeval Awareness feature to locate the creature you set your focus from your Hunter’s Focus feature; if the creature is within 5 miles of you, you know its direction and distance from you.


7th-level Seeker feature

Exceptionally adept at trapping and eliminating your quarry, you increase the spell save DC of your ranger spells and class features by 2.

Quarry’s End

11th-level Seeker feature

You can use your Hunter’s Focus feature as a bonus action.

After you deal damage to your hunter’s focus target with a weapon attack or ranger spell, if it has fewer hit points remaining than your level in this class, it is immediately reduced to 0 hit points. Whenever you reduce your focus target to 0 hit points, you decide whether to render it unconscious or have it make death saves (or outright kill it if the DM doesn’t allow death saves for the target).

Hunter’s Wile

15th-level Seeker feature

When your hunter’s focus target succeeds on an attack roll against you, you can use your reaction to force it to reroll the d20 and use the lower roll. If you are still hit, you don’t expend a use of this feature.

You can use this feature a number of times equal to your Wisdom modifier (minimum once) and regain all expended uses when you finish a long rest.