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Rebalanced Feats by DiBastet

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Hello guys, it's been a while! Two years actually! Me and my playeres here in Secrets of Alancia have been busy playing other games most of this time, but finally really got to come back to 5e last year. We don't like publishing material we didn't get to really playtest on real games, and that's why we took such a long hiatus. But now we're back for content we've been creating and running for the past year or so.


Today we bring you feats! And not our own homebrewed feats, like we did with our 18+1 product. This time we bring you guys what we did to rebalance the core feats. While we enjoy most of them, there's the problem that they're not all balanced against each other:

-Some of them are very weak at what they're supposed to be good at.
-Some of them give so very little that it's not worth picking even for characters that would otherwise be interested.
-Some of them are so good what they do that they become "default" options.

We like to point out Actor as a feat we consider balanced; it's meant for a face character that is trying to become a better face. It increases Charisma and gives circumstancial bonuses that help in that function. By itself it won't carry you on a combat (even though it might help you if your class is CHA-based), but that's not its objective! For its intended objective its actually pretty good.

We tried to balance other feats around this idea, mostly by turning the very weak ones into "half feats" that fit into a character's ASI progression, but also by "nerfing" the really strong ones (including but not limited to removing the "power attack" mechanics and replacing it with +1 ASI).

Anyway, we hope you guys enjoy it.

 
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