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So, I was looking up Fighter subclasses in D&D 5e, and I came across a website called Giger's 5e D&D. In it there is a subclass called Fencer, and I was wondering if it's Unearthed Arcana or pure Homebrew.

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It is homebrew.

There is no official subclass (or any feature actually) called Fencer in any officially published book or UA. So this must be a homebrew created by someone outside of that.

As for citations, I did a deep search of all the UA material for the term "fencer" and it never comes up as a class option. A similar search on D&DBeyond also turns up nothing.

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    \$\begingroup\$ Might it be worth linking back to this question in your answer for future reference on official (sub)classes? \$\endgroup\$ – Purple Monkey Apr 5 at 16:00
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This subclass for the fighter is a homebrew. Someone talked about making a fencer homebrew subclass on reddit, however I do not know if they made this one. The subclass is not listed in any official D&D 5e books so it is a homebrew.

https://www.reddit.com/r/DnD/comments/a40mb8/a_fighter_subclass_the_fencer/

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    \$\begingroup\$ Note that that reddit post is a completely different subclass. It appears to be unrelated to the one OP is referring to. \$\endgroup\$ – Rubiksmoose Apr 5 at 19:26

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