Talk:Gunslinger (5e Class)
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The "Hide in Plain Sight" feature is exactly what people hate about Rangers, I recommend replacing it with literally anything else (might I suggest a feature that, when at 0 HP, allows you to use all remaining Grit points to remain at 1 HP?) —The preceding unsigned comment was added by SirCranburry (talk • contribs) . Please sign your posts.
- OK, I replaced it with a feature that should be a lot more useful now. Better? Quincy (talk) 18:08, 22 November 2018 (MST)
I am not sure why this class needs 13 Int to multiclass. I could understand Wis and Dex, would prefer to see Cha and Dex since many features are based on Cha but overall, the class needs Wis, Cha, Dex. I am sure Con wouldn't hurt either. ~ BigShotFancyMan (talk) 07:25, 3 January 2019 (MST)
- The multiclassing requirement was Wisdom until someone changed it without giving a justification. I'll just go ahead and change it back. Quincy (talk) 09:16, 3 January 2019 (MST)
It should only be on CQC and Desperato. As a class that can play both at extreme range or within 5 feet of the target, I don't see the point of Evasion, except on CQC or Desperato, which are purpose made Close Range Combat classes.
It's your class, do what you want with it, but it's just something I noticed. I'll read on though and recomend.
Gotta say, I am a fan of the class but I worry a little about getting triple attack at 11th level. It feels like it might be a bit much, especially when used with two weapon fighting and the Desperado’s +4 damage/+2 attack. Maybe consider giving a different benefit instead of an additional attack? It’s not my class so up to you, but just a suggestion
Duelist Fighting Style
This feature is worded a little strangely in my opinion. I can’t tell if it’s supposed to stack with two gun fighting, but I think it is supposed to? Also, does the benefit apply to both guns in two gun fighting or just the main hand weapon? --Jackent (talk) 09:28, 16 May 2020 (MDT)