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Enjoy these six new feats that allow creative new approaches to problem-solving, whether you're delving the darkest depths of a dungeon or unraveling a web of intrigue in the city's fanciest ballrooms.

 
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Matthew S May 08, 2019 10:00 pm UTC
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short question on your feat Rippling Muscles; does it add the Strength mod to AC in addition to other Stat additions? for example, does a Barbarian using this add this alongside their unarmored defence? ie AC= 10+DEX+CON+STR or is it instead of, IE 10+DEX+STR OR 10+DEX+CON
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Thomas A May 09, 2019 12:28 am UTC
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Hey Matthew! You've homed in on exactly the use case I created the feat for. Any class can take the feat, but an unarmored Barbarian would calculate their AC as 10 + Dex + Con + Str. Similarly, an unarmored Monk would calculate theirs as 10 + Dex + Wis + Str.

The idea is to make Unarmored Defense comparable with Splint and Plate Mail armor at higher levels, which UD can't keep up with.

Hope this helps!
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Matthew S May 12, 2019 12:34 am UTC
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Then personally I would suggest using different grammar to make the RAW a bit clearer - avoid the term armor calculation or a similar term and instead use something along the lines of "grants a bonus to your AC equal to your STR bonus." the reason is that the base game considers Armor, Mage Armor, Unarmored Defences, etc as "Armor Calculations" and by the rules you may only use one. So using the term Calculation in the feat Description could cause unnecessary confusion between player and DM, especially if one or the other is a rules lawyer type player/dm
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Thomas A May 12, 2019 10:33 pm UTC
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That's a very good point, thanks for bringing it up! I'll make that change when I release a second revision. (Probably sometime in the next week.)
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