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Allied Classes: Connected Subclasses

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Allied classes are character subclass options created to be paired with another specific character subclass. You and another PC would create characters together that would work off of each in a number of ways. For example the Barbarian and Bard are the closest of allies. She has great strength and he has boundless charisma. Bard songs and words inspire her, strength and ferocity keep him safe. As a team they are nearly unstoppable, on and off the battle field. The idea behind paired classes is it will create a stronger bond between characters for role playing and battle mechanics.

 
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Nathan H July 11, 2018 11:48 pm UTC
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Hey this is fantastic. Couple of quick things.

1.What is the spellcasting modifier for the Fighter companions spells?

2. In the Wizard companion you say "they does not count against your number of prepared spells". Minor grammar issue but thought i'd point it out.

3. 3 Ki is a lot for that casting of enhance ability when those points could go to raising your CR by another one. Don't foresee the monk capstone ever really getting used at that tier of play.

4. Rushed support on the Rogue references the rogue instead of the ranger. Also, i feel like you don't have to just copy paste the features and make them the same for both. Maybe it would be unbalanced, but I don't know. Could be something that has some fun synergy when the ranger/rogue rushes to the other ones aid or related to stealth checks. Something that really feels like a combo. Not a critique i'd fight for there, just a thought.

5. Sorcerer 14th level feature says walrock instead...See more
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tyler L July 16, 2018 10:23 pm UTC
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Nathan,
This is really great feedback. I appreciate you taking the time to leave constructive thoughts. I am definitely going to use some of the ideas you have here and update. I will make sure to let you know when I get a chance to post it.
Thanks,
Tyler
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Darren K July 11, 2018 6:41 pm UTC
This is awesome. Truly awesome.
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tyler L July 16, 2018 10:24 pm UTC
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Darren,
I'm really glad you like it! Thanks for letting me know.
Tyler
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