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Assassin-5e Class

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Among the taverns filled to the brim with adventurers, or those seeking aid from them, occasionally one may spy one who stands out from the rest; or more aptly, doesn't stand out from the rest. When not performing their dark work, Assassins can be found amongst parties of adventurers using their training in the art of swift death to eliminate monsters or bandits.

While not always on the side of good, none can deny the efficiency and skill found amongst those who call themselves Assassins.

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Cody T October 03, 2017 11:42 pm UTC
the shadow MO's unparalleled finesse references critical fails which cant happen to skill checks
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Danik S October 05, 2017 4:31 am UTC
I'm unsure what you mean by critical fails can't happen to skill checks. When I run my games, players making any skill checks (I.E. Acrobatics, Sleight of Hand, etc.) they have to roll a d20, crit succeeding on a natural 20 and crit failing on a natural 1.

The inspiration was from the Rogue's "Reliable Talent" feature.
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Cody T October 05, 2017 4:47 pm UTC
by the official rules, only attack rolls and death saving throws have special rules for 1's and 20's. if your doing crits on skill checks that's a house rule
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Cody T September 06, 2017 2:54 pm UTC
this looks really good. a couple of things though, level 11 is empty and needs a class feature to go there, and the assassination die should follow a pattern of (assassin level/4) rounded up this would result in a more regular increase in power.
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Cody T September 06, 2017 3:21 pm UTC
on further reflection the number of d12's should be be doubled while the number of d6's remain the same. This would allow the class to out perform the rogue in surprise attacks but not be as good once the surprise is gone.
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Danik S September 13, 2017 12:38 am UTC
Thanks for the feedback! I'll consider these things for any future versions of it.
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