D&D 5E Adding proficiency to damage?


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Kobold Stew

Last Guy in the Airlock
Supporter
I understand wanting to help various martials, but this really leaves clerics and some of the lower-end cantrip users behind. Waiting for potent cantrip to kick in just holds clerics back in the lower tier (and those already limited by cantrips that require a save, rather than an attack roll) when they need it most.
 

Stormonu

Legend
I understand wanting to help various martials, but this really leaves clerics and some of the lower-end cantrip users behind. Waiting for potent cantrip to kick in just holds clerics back in the lower tier (and those already limited by cantrips that require a save, rather than an attack roll) when they need it most.
Clerics and Wizards have their own perks that this isn't a concern (for me). They're already bolstered by other spells that enhance them in a variety of other ways, including their damage potential.
 

Kobold Stew

Last Guy in the Airlock
Supporter
I agree about wizards, and I disagree about Clerics. I think further limiteing the damage opprtunities of clerics restricts the possible viable builds.
 

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