Swiftblade (5e Class Feature)
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Variant Rogue: the Swiftblade
A warrior who favors the opportunistic fighting style of the common Rogue but is not interested in a criminal lifestyle may choose to take the path of the Swiftblade. The Swiftblade differs from the Rogue class in only the following ways:
- You do not know Thieves' Cant.
- You do not gain proficiency with Thieves' Tools by default.
- You choose three, not four, of the Rogue's available skill proficiencies. You may also choose to gain proficiency with Thieves' Tools instead of a skill.
- You gain proficiency with shields, scimitars, whips, and all martial ranged weapons.
You start with the following equipment, in addition to the equipment granted by your background:
- (a) a rapier, (b) a shortsword, or (c) a scimitar
- (a) a longbow and quiver of 20 arrows, (b) a shortsword, or (c) a scimitar
- (a) a dungeoneer’s pack, (b) an explorer’s pack, (c) a diplomat's pack, or (d) an entertainer's pack
- Studded leather armor, a dagger, and a small shield
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