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11 New Feats

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(Note these were first published in my Compendium of Feats - where you will find many more)

Eleven more new feats that can be incorporated into 5e D&D on agreement with your DM: 

  • Battle caster: As a warrior trains with a sword you have trained with your magic; you know where to aim your spells and where to place them for maximum effect.
  • Burn out: You have discovered what happens when you are out of magic and try to cast spells: it hurts. You can do it, but it drains you physically and mentally.
  • Helping Hand: You use minor cantrip magic to help you improve your skill with tools and kits.
  • Internal Whispers : You have learned how to "speak" the verbal component of any spell inside your own head with only the sound of your breathing.
  • Magic Sculptor: You have learned how to put a little bit of artisan craft into your spells to make them look prettier
  • Miniscule Movements: You can reduce the somatic movements required to cast your spells to an imperceptible twitch or eye movement as you picture the shapes in your mind.
  • Miracle Worker: You have trained to disguise your spell casting and make others believe that the things happening around you have nothing to do with you.
  • Multitasking: You have trained to compartmentalise your mind and concentrate on multiple things at once.
  • Shield Caster: You have learned how to cast your spells to intercept other spells and effects; you throw damage to absorb and deflect the damaging effects.
  • Substitute: You can substitute components or a focus that are normally required during casting.
  • Telekinetic Fighter: You use your reactions to quickly cast cantrip magic in the middle of battle to give a little shove to weapons at just the right time; deflecting blows, finding gaps in armour and wounding deeper.
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September 13th, 2017
A great set of feats for spellcasters, though I can see some of them being 'tested' within a group before getting the total go ahead to use them on a permaneent basis. Well Done! [...]
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