So my campaign setting uses a major adjustment to the class, subclass, and leveling aspects of 5e.
While all 13 classes cam be chosen, the campaign only has a few subclasses unlocked I have set up a system to unlock most all the subclasses.
This is all written by hand on college ruled loose leafs, and I'm trying to find a way to make a digital or even typed way of showing this that is legible to someone besides me.
By acquiring a number of levels in a subclass, you can unlock new subclasses. Most could be linier, except when multiple requirements need to be met, and not necessarily from the same branch.
I'm not sure what I should be looking up, because all the games that inspire my set up are just referred to by their own game/community's term for the mechanic.
If I could use a budget application to fill in and connect all the subclasses in the convoluted way I've devised that would be ideal. Because putting it in an excel spread will only improve the reading process slightly, I'd like to keep the positions to better express the relationship between subclasses.
So what do I search for rebuilding a web of words, levels and arrows?