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Storyteller Hero
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Posted - 14 Jan 2017 :  23:58:13  Show Profile  Visit Storyteller Hero's Homepage Send Storyteller Hero a Private Message  Reply with Quote  Delete Topic
Multiclass Feats for 5th edition is now up for sale on Dungeon Masters Guild.

The feats contained in this work are designed for use with the Dungeons and Dragons 5th edition Player's Handbook.

Multiclass Feats (for 5th edition) takes a departure from the previous edition's design direction by offering multiclass feats that combine elements of different classes rather than grant abilities of individual classes. As such, every multiclass feat in this work has a prerequisite of being a multiclassed character with at least 4 levels in one class and 1-2 levels in another.

In addition, this work contains Archetype feats that allow a character to gain features from a different archetype within the same class, as well as offer another way to qualify for multiclass feat prerequisites that include specific archetypes.

132 multiclass feats - every class and archetype in the Player's Handbook will have at least one feat associated with it.

40 archetype feats - one feat for every archetype in the Player's Handbook.

A total of 172 feats in all.

In addition, feat list page indexes (organized by class) have been included to provide convenience of reference for buyers of this product.

http://www.dmsguild.com/product/202906/MultiClass-Feats-5th-Edition

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Posted - 17 Jan 2017 :  09:15:03  Show Profile Send Diffan a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Storyteller Hero

Multiclass Feats for 5th edition is now up for sale on Dungeon Masters Guild.

The feats contained in this work are designed for use with the Dungeons and Dragons 5th edition Player's Handbook.

Multiclass Feats (for 5th edition) takes a departure from the previous edition's design direction by offering multiclass feats that combine elements of different classes rather than grant abilities of individual classes. As such, every multiclass feat in this work has a prerequisite of being a multiclassed character with at least 4 levels in one class and 1-2 levels in another.

In addition, this work contains Archetype feats that allow a character to gain features from a different archetype within the same class, as well as offer another way to qualify for multiclass feat prerequisites that include specific archetypes.

132 multiclass feats - every class and archetype in the Player's Handbook will have at least one feat associated with it.

40 archetype feats - one feat for every archetype in the Player's Handbook.

A total of 172 feats in all.

In addition, feat list page indexes (organized by class) have been included to provide convenience of reference for buyers of this product.

http://www.dmsguild.com/product/202906/MultiClass-Feats-5th-Edition



While I'm intrigued I'm not sure what sort of niché this fills? I like the idea of getting additional archtypes from class but what do the actually do? Can we have an example? Like if I'm playing a Paladin 5/ Rogue 3 what would a multiclass feat do?


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quote:
Originally posted by Diffan

quote:
Originally posted by Storyteller Hero

Multiclass Feats for 5th edition is now up for sale on Dungeon Masters Guild.

The feats contained in this work are designed for use with the Dungeons and Dragons 5th edition Player's Handbook.

Multiclass Feats (for 5th edition) takes a departure from the previous edition's design direction by offering multiclass feats that combine elements of different classes rather than grant abilities of individual classes. As such, every multiclass feat in this work has a prerequisite of being a multiclassed character with at least 4 levels in one class and 1-2 levels in another.

In addition, this work contains Archetype feats that allow a character to gain features from a different archetype within the same class, as well as offer another way to qualify for multiclass feat prerequisites that include specific archetypes.

132 multiclass feats - every class and archetype in the Player's Handbook will have at least one feat associated with it.

40 archetype feats - one feat for every archetype in the Player's Handbook.

A total of 172 feats in all.

In addition, feat list page indexes (organized by class) have been included to provide convenience of reference for buyers of this product.

http://www.dmsguild.com/product/202906/MultiClass-Feats-5th-Edition



While I'm intrigued I'm not sure what sort of niché this fills? I like the idea of getting additional archtypes from class but what do the actually do? Can we have an example? Like if I'm playing a Paladin 5/ Rogue 3 what would a multiclass feat do?






There's a PDF preview on the product page.

These feats grant new abilities or benefits based on existing fluff and crunch.

With a Paladin 5/Rogue 3, you'd qualify for the Radiant Stab feat, which lets you deal Sneak Attack extra damage as radiant damage, among other things.



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