Human Prodigy (5e Race Variant)

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Human Prodigy Variant[edit]

Prodigies are capable of more than just their class dictates.

Ability score increase: Two different ability scores of your choice increase by 1.

Skills: You gain proficiency in one skill of your choice.

Feat: Whenever you advance in level, if there are viable class features to be obtained, you may choose to replace all of the class features from that tier with a single Feat of your choice.

If a class feature has multiple versions of itself or relies on the existence of another class feature that was replaced earlier, you must replace it with the earlier feature.

For example, a fighter could replace Extra Attack at 5th level with a feat. At 11th level, they only gain the 5th level of Extra Attack instead of the Extra Attack (2). Same goes for cleric's Destroy Undead or a barbarian's Rages and any others that apply.

You can always choose to replace that tier with a Feat as well as long as you keep in mind that future class features may fall further and further behind the capabilities of your peers.

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