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Mechanist-5E Class

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In the realms of D&D, many warriors wear armor but few build their armor from scrap metal and magic. Such is the life of a Mechanist, who build full body suits of armor to protect them from the dangers of the world. With armor types ranging from the agile Viper armor and the heavy-duty Rhino armor, Mechanists are versatile warriors that train rigorously to enhancem the potency of their armor.

 
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Robert M July 17, 2017 3:32 pm UTC
It seems a bit underpowered at times, especially the Viper, which while emulating a Rogue does FAR less damage because it lacks sneak attack. It does however, have much more HP if you count suit plus flesh. The Rhino seems the best to me. I'd also consider going into more details on the mech point abilities (for example how to calculate saving throws for Grease). Plus, the formatting could be tightened up to more closely resemble the PHB (for example: "2 Martial Weapons" isn't something you'd see in the PHB, Weapon Master feat says "four weapons").
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Danik S July 21, 2017 12:20 am UTC
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Thanks for the feedback! I agree the classes each suit represents are meant to be slightly less powerful than the real ones so as not to overshadow an actual Rogue or Fighter; it's the versatility. I will definitely look at the Mech point economy more in the future and the two weapons felt appropriate for a "Tinker-esque" character that doesn't spend a lot of time training martially.

Regardless, I greatly appreciate the constructive criticism!
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Gage R June 13, 2017 2:16 am UTC
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You should add a mech upgrade that allows you to pilot a large mech. Also, I would advise perhaps adding up to 2 more mech points somewhere along the progression, but that's just my opinion.
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Danik S June 15, 2017 1:20 am UTC
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Thanks for the feedback, I'll definitely consider it! A 'Hulk Buster-esque' suit would be fun indeed.
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