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Within these pages, you will find my version of the revised Artificer. It addresses several issues in the last release. This includes a mechanic that is more reminiscent of the original spell storing item feature, a new mechanic for the ability to create magic items, weapons, and armors on the fly, replacing the Gunsmith with the Wand Expert, and removing the construct features to allow for a new archetype: The Clockwork Engineer. I hope you enjoy this revision as much as I did creating it!

 
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Wheelercub L July 24, 2018 11:05 pm UTC
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I really like the direction you went here with the Artificer and I think you're onto something. Especially the Clockwork Familiar and Clockwork Guardian options. My only concern is that the overall damage of all 3 subclasses fall short on damage at higher levels due to the separation of the Clockwork Guardian into it's own subclass. Here are some things that stood out right away.

* The Alchemist loses a single target attack option for higher damage. Leaving them at a significant disadvantage in combat vs tougher solo enemies. On top of that, all their damage effects are AOE, meaning they will likely hit themselves at close range. Bring back a single target acid attack for 9d6 at highest level (27 average damage), and make the Acid and Wand/Gun attack an actual spell attack roll (not a saving throw), so the player has an alternative attack option vs creatures with very high saving throws. Plus it's not very fun watching the DM roll the dice to for you to hit all the time.
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Michael H July 25, 2018 12:59 am UTC
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Hi George, I'm really glad you enjoyed my write up! And I love the feedback. I'm gonna reflect on it a bit and see how I might incorporate it, as this is certainly a concept that is constantly evolving.

I think I was being a bit conservative on damage due to the at-will aspect to many of the abilities. But I do agree that the AOE could improve and was already considering increasing it at some point for the Alchemist.

Look out for future updates and definitely keep the feedback coming! ^_^
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Michael H July 26, 2018 2:15 am UTC
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Hi George. So your feedback got me thinking and I adjusted a number of mechanics, as well as included some new ones. Let me know what you think!
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