Talk:Deathslinger (5e Class)

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Look at the Deathslinger class:

  • Armor proficiencies should at least include a type of armor see the 5e_SRD:Barbarian's armor proficiency
  • weapon proficiency should be All simple and martial melee weapons
  • Saving throws are divided into a good (Constitution, Dexterity, and Wisdom) and weak/bad (Strength, Intelligence, and Charisma) saving throws. Every class in 5e has one "good" saving throw and one "bad" saving throw. Good saving throws originate from earlier editions where the only saving throws were (Fortitude or Con, Reflex or Dexterity, and Willpower or Wisdom)
  • Extra Attack (2) might need its own level
  • Death Target the range seems a bit weak, but you are a paladin/warlock mix class so it should be fine
  • Visions and Dreams is incredibly powerful at 3rd level, I would suggest moving it to a much later level is the feature is kept in its current state
  • From the Grave is a very strong feature, could be changed to 1d4 + Wisdom modifier instead
  • Collected Thinking considering a good trait is rerolling a failed saving throw once and is recovered after you finish a long rest wouldn't you say the current version of this feature is overpowered? I would recommend changing it to just 2 uses that are recovered after you finish a long rest since the feature is more restrictive than any failed saving throw
  • Death Leech is interesting, I would just restrict the creatures it works on to a minimum CR of 1 or 2 to prevent abuse by buying small creatures and killing them for a dirt cheap price
  • Death Infused Strikes is pathetically weak, see divine smite
  • Break Them Down and A Lasting Legacy levels could be changed to 17
  • Soul of Resistance add until you finish another long rest to the end of the feature
  • Needs spell list
  • Needs multiclassing

The class looks pretty good, but still needs a lot of minor tweaks and additions to finish the class.--Blobby383b (talk) 17:39, 21 August 2017 (MDT)

Actually, I'd say it's fine to have only shield proficiency and no armor proficiency. It deviates from precedent, but I don't think there's actually anything wrong with it. The Artificer also broke from precedent by giving medium armor but no shield proficiency. — Geodude671 (talk | contribs)‎ . . 18:05, 21 August 2017 (MDT)
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