Talk:Mime (5e Class)
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Thank you for your feedback I've implemented most of the changes so far but tell me if I've missed anything since I am still working on the class.
Hi just wanted to say that this is probably one of my favourite homebrew classes on this site and youve done a great job keep up the good work! 20:22 (GMT)
Also, what does mimicking "an element" or "an agility" mean? I can mimic anything... can I mimic the ochre jelly's Split feature? Despite the one hour duration, can two mimics mimic each other to perpetuate a very powerful ability? Marasmusine (talk) 03:02, 8 October 2016 (MDT)
What is the "deceiver" background? If it is homebrew, provide a link if possible. If you mean the charlatan background (which I assume you do), change it to charlatan. SirSprinkles (talk) 03:56, 19 October 2016 (MDT)
- Stuff that isn't right,
- "gain someone else's proficiency's" (at 1st level), "you gain the ability to copy the skills of another creature" (at 2nd level).
- "ability specific to their creature type or race" - abilities are Strength, Dexterity, etc, so what does this mean?
- "free action"
- "creatures feat" - only other players have feats, and feats are an optional mechanic
- "After being targeted with an attack you can reflects the image of the person attacking, and instead of being hit it hits itself with the attack and the damage is transformed into magic damage." - WUH?
- "when targeted by a fatal attack" ?
- "you may change your skin into the skin of the attackers" ?!
- "per long rest"
- Missing ranges/targeting/action information everywhere.
- That's just scratching the surface. Marasmusine (talk) 19:10, 19 June 2017 (UTC)
Thank you Marasmusine for your critique this class is not even close to being finished. I am currently only in my first campaign so I am still learning about game mechanics and terminology. I have been testing this class during it and can see a lot wrong with it and most of the terminology I used only makes sense to me but I still really enjoy the idea, so I will try to update it again after some more testing. However feel free to go over any balance or grammatical errors if you would like. Cloudykins (talk) 5:02, 16 July 2017 (PST)