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Gambler Class 5e

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do you get tired of not being the lucky one in the group? or do you feel like you should be swindling waaaaay more gold from people to support the super luxiorious and lavish lifestyle that you SOOOOOO deserve? well then this class is for you. giving you several abilities that rely on luck (which you will be highly good at) you can kick the old ways of walking down the street and not tumbling over a pile of gold to the curb. this class comes with 2 subclasses. 

the Loan Shark: who has a bilities to better help him get whats his as well as tracking down those responsible for the lateness.

The Arcane Gambler: who uses magic to trick and mislead people away from his true intensions.

so go ahead, gather round, and become the lucky dog that you've always wanted to be.

 
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Alex S September 04, 2019 4:49 am UTC
Putting this bluntly.... this class is very broken, in only the first level you completely make the Lucky feat pointless, for yourself. At second level, you do the same but for your whole party. ...In all honesty while it is a cool premise, I think it needs to go back to the drawing board.

Perhaps instead of mimicking the luck mechanic, make it similar to the divination wizard who can store spare dice rolls and sub them out at any time during the day? Or maybe you have disadvantage after using a luck point from the class, until you take a short rest? I don't know, but a 1-2 level dip in this makes anyone insanely powerful.

Also I don't know if I missed them as I didn't get much past the first 2 levels just lightly skimming the rest, you don't have stats or info for a handgun, yet it is one of your starting weapon options, and proficiencies. Maybe you just updated an old file?

Good luck with the class, its certainly a cool concept, just needs some major toning back to be...See more
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