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This has been a pet project of mine for a while now and I am so glad to finally be able to publish it. I originally had the idea when I first read through Matthew Mercer's Gunslinger architype for fighter. It seemed to me that the idea deserved it's own full class, and I had my own idea of how to approach gun-wielding characters in a fantasy rpg.

I have not had much oppertunity to test this so I'd be grateful for any feedback, thanks!

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Cody T November 24, 2017 4:42 am UTC
there's no such thing as main-hand or off-hand in 5e so the last part of Up-Close and Personal doesn't make sense. Also called shots references a non-lethal damage nature check DC list that doesn't exist in the document.
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Michael H August 11, 2017 2:48 am UTC
Overall it seems like a very fun class to play and I might try to talk one of my DMs into letting me play this. One thing I've noticed is that the Commando lvl 18 ability says 'The number of attacks you make when you take the attack action on your turn increases to 3' but you get 3 attacks at lvl 12. I'm pretty sure you meant to make it 4 attacks, and I'm sure you'd like to know of this little error (and only error I could find other than balanceing which I'm not good at)
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Richard S August 13, 2017 10:41 pm UTC
Thanks for the feedback! I did intend for the Commando archetype feature 'Super Soldier' to essentially grant extra attack(3) as you correctly surmised, thanks alot for pointing that out, I'll make sure it gets fixed in the next update. If you do end up using the class, please let me know how it works out!
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