Path of the Swift Striker (5e Subclass)
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Path of the Swift Striker
|A Hare in the Forest, Hans Hoffmann https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hans_Hoffmann_(painter)|
"Swiftly now and do not falter, for time is of the essence" ~Gimbri Swiftfoot
A rush of adrenaline coursing through your veins, the wind blowing on your face. THIS is true power.
- Rabbit's foot
Starting at 3rd level, when you take this path, your base movement speed increases by 10 feet. If you do not move the full distance on your turn, but you did move at least 10 feet and perform a melee attack, you may convert your remaining movement speed into damage, adding 50% of your remaining speed to your attack roll rounding up, or you may push an enemy up to 50% of that distance away. You also gain a +2 to hit on this attack. You may only use this feature a number of times equal to your proficiency bonus, regaining half of your uses (rounding up) after a long rest.
- Tortoise and the Hare
Starting at 6th level, you emit an aura while raging. Every enemy within this aura at the start of their turn loses 10 feet of movement speed. For every enemy in this aura at the start of your turn (max bonus of 30 ft at level 6, increasing to 40 at 10th level, 50 ft at 14th, and 60 ft at 20th), you gain 10 feet of movement speed. Your base movement speed also increases by 10 feet.
Starting at 10th level, you may add +5 to hit on opportunity attacks. If an enemy within 10 feet of you makes an opportunity attack against anyone other than you, you may impose a -5 to hit and use your reaction to make a melee attack on that enemy, regardless of reach. You may only use this feature once per short rest. Your base movement speed also increases by 10 feet.
Starting at 14th level, you may perform the dash action as a bonus action on your turn. Additionally, when an enemy makes an opportunity attack on you, you may impose a -5 to hit and perform a bonus melee attack, with a +5 to hit. You may only use this feature once per long rest Your base movement speed also increases by 15 feet.