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Need an account? Click here to sign up. The other thing is it says to designate each space adjacent to the target and roll a d4 - if you're See more counting diagonals there's 8 spaces. Sorry for more armchair game design! I think I agree with your suggestion for Indiscriminate Talent and it would make it feel more significant.
That makes sense. One other thing I noticed is that the invocation that enhances Chill Touch adds cold damage - but Chill Touch doesn't actually deal cold damage, it does necrotic.
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I'm not sure if that was intentional or not to split the damage type two ways. They all do "half the maximum value of the dice", which is less than average. IE: For a d10, the average roll is 5. So for consistency, you're actually doing a everything a little -worse- than normal, AND removing your ability to crit, which feels like a bit of a drag for your only level 1 class feature.
It's also how 5e does 'average' HP and such. I'm considering changing it to match WotC expectations of average die value when I add the expanded content. Gives it more tactical applications. Daniil G January 04, am UTC I just want to be sure before I get this, because some of my friends are pretty serious about things. Is this book official?
This site is for independent creators to make content using WotC IP--so we can use Forgotten Realms, Eberron, deities, characters, etc. It has a lot of cool things for Warlock classes like how your pact weapon looks like in each of the subclasses.
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