God of the Forge (5e Feat)

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God of the Forge

Prerequisites: Blacksmith Feat, Master Blacksmith Feat
You have joined the highest tier of blacksmiths in the world and even other realms, and gain the following benefits:

You have a +2 to all Smith's Tools checks.

You gain a total of quadruple your proficiency bonus as long as you already had proficiency with Smith's Tools before taking the Blacksmith feat

When you craft and item using a Natural 20, you are able to make that item a +4 variant, the DC for it being 35

When mining or looking for materials to craft weapons and armor, you see exactly where to hit and where to look to get as much as possible, causing you to find twice as much material on a successful check to mine or find it, three times as much on a Natural 20.


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